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Cocaine-Dusted Bearclaws
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Cocaine-Dusted Bearclaws

Archer is back and … back to normal. After last season’s complete departure (to mixed reviews) from the typical super spy plotlines to the crazy drug-selling, country music-singing Archer Vice, the team is back in the office. The office that has been painstakingly remodeled to look exactly like the old one (with the exception of…

Gingerbread Challah
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Gingerbraid (Gingerbread Challah)

We’re halfway through Hanukkah and on our way to Christmas. Living in a household that celebrates both holidays, I love combining them and making our own traditions. This year, I did just that by making some Gingerbread Challah. If there’s one thing that always disappoints about gingerbread, it’s that it’s not actual bread. If there’s…

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Elvis Rolls

I am by no means a huge Elvis fan. (My uncle is, though.) But I am, however, fascinated with the hubub around the Elvis Sandwich. Restaurants all over the country have some sort of a take on it. There’s even a whole section on it in his Wikipedia page. To quote Wikipedia, which I’m not…

Sweet Dee's Christmas Strata
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Sweet Dee’s Christmas Strata

It’s that time of year again where all the nerds step from their dark doorways, blinking into the bright summer sun, donning their bestest cosplay gear and nicest camera equipment, thrusting themselves into the sweaty world of comics, film and television with other like-minded individuals and the actors/writers/illustrators that turned them into the fanboys and…

Earl Grey Scones with Limoncello Glaze
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Earl Grey Scones with Limoncello Glaze

There’s really no crazy backstory to this recipe. I just wanted to make a lovely little nibble for my more refined friends. I had made a delicious Earl Grey Soda awhile back (the Patrick Stewart-themed Make It Soda). It was mostly well-received, but I did hear from a friend that having Earl Grey flavor in…

Slingers
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Slingers

I fancy myself a fan of good, hearty Midwest comfort food. I grew up in Ohio and ate fresh-caught fried walleye at my gramma’s cottage, beef and noodles from my mom’s kitchen and broccoli cheese casserole when we went out for dinner. So when I was watching the Chicago ep of Feed the Beast (psst,…

Breakfast Hoagies
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Breakfast Hoagies

In Ohio, we call them subs. In Philly, we call them hoagies. You can argue that there are subtle differences, but overall, they are the same thing. What you can’t argue is how much it sucks that they are primarily a lunch-food item. No more, my friends. I whipped up a solid, hearty breakfast hoagie…

Sausage Gravy and Hop Stoopid
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Little Sumpin’ Stoopid

If there’s one thing I know, it’s comfort food. I grew up on it. My mom always made the best shit. One of my favorites, though we didn’t get it often, was sausage, gravy and biscuits. When brainstorming recipes for DrinkingCraft.com, I like to play to my strengths and try to enhance the already awesome…

Victory Lager & 4-Cheese Soft Pretzels
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Victory Lager & 4-Cheese Pretzels

Hows about some Philadelphia in your mouth!? Head over to DrinkingCraft.com and check out my latest Ode to Philly. (I know I do it a lot, but I can’t help it, I love this town!) I’ve put together some delicious, pillowy soft pretzels using the light, crisp and too-easily chuggable Victory Lager. Loaded with four…

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