A hangover on New Years Day seems like an inevitable, if not horribly depressing, beginning to each new year. But 2016 doesn’t have to begin in a shame spiral! Use this tips to avoid your hangover altogether.
The deep dark days of winter bring with them bone-chilling effects. Luckily, though, there’s a healthy, effective way to warm your bones–with bones!
This cozy dish is perfect comfort food for the deep dark days of winter. It’s aromatic, filing, and the type of yummy that keeps you coming back for seconds, and licking your plate clean.
A few weeks back, I posted a lukewarm review of Samurai Papa. But Mama is back in town, and she sure as hell knows what she’s doing.
You might be in the mood to cook your loved ones an elaborate meal this Christmas. Unfortunately, sometimes creating a feast ends up causing you more stress than joy, which is the last thing anybody needs during the holidays. Follow these simple tips for a seamless dinner.
In college, Rebecca Chodorkoff and friends fondly invented a signature cocktail, aptly named The Hotface, because of the uncomfortable facial flush it provoked upon consumption. Today, she elevates the Hotface, bringing it to heights that far exceed its’ former glory.
’Tis the season to regift that thing you got last season! From pickles to not-weed, BTR staffers talk about the worst gifts they have ever received.
This recipe is perfect when you want a simple, delicious meal that doesn’t require too much prep!
Today marks Winter Solstice, the shortest, darkest day of the year. It’s a turning point, though, as tomorrow our sun will shine brighter, our days will grow longer, our depression less severe (hopefully).
This holiday season, for the sake of your loved ones, keep your food to yourselves! Because if BTR’s Rebecca Chodorkoff sees one more picture of slice of pie that she can’t eat, she’s going to lose it.
Nothing gets me going quite like cheap tacos on a summer’s day at the beach. But cheap tacos on an unseasonably warm winter night with two charming co-workers, that ain’t so bad either.
Wraps are a food that should hence-forth cease to exist, and here’s why. Wraps are one of those faux-healthy choice options which offers no redeeming factors.
This drink will wake you up and give you a buzz at the same time! Try the Amalfi Sunrise.
NYC restaurant tycoon Danny Meyer recently announced that he is going to end tipping in his establishments.
There’s a fair share of controversy surrounding the bagel; find out where Dish and Drink stands on some of the bagel’s greatest debates.
There are a lot of delicious foods to look forward to this holiday season, why waste your time on the gross stuff!?
Faro in Bushwick, though a newcomer to the scene, has collected quite a few accolades during its short but influential run. It was only right that Dish and Drink’s Rebecca Chodorkoff make the trip and decide for herself.
Chicken Jazz Turntable (yes, that is the real name of this restaurant) can be found on the second floor of an unassuming building in K-Town.
For your next Holiday Party, try my mom’s go-to simple dish for a potluck: Garlic Feta Dip with Roasted Red Peppers. It’s easy as can be, and downright delicious.
This Thirsty Thursday, drink the pain away people. Or, more accurately, drink the pain of an absolute stranger, or friend, as you add distilled human tears to your cocktail of choice.
Get your kids involved in the kitchen! It might little scary or irresponsible to give a kid a knife and say “Mince this garlic for me,” but there are plenty of ways to get youngsters involved in the kitchen that won’t end in bloodshed.
The Board of Health in New York recently passed a controversial provision which would force New York restaurant chains to label items that exceed a sodium limit–they are now facing a lawsuit.
BTR staffers share the worst jokes they’ve ever heard.
It’s time for the 8 Days of Hanukkah! Here’s a list of as many tasty Jewish foods as there are nights of the Holiday, each miraculously delicious in their own right.
Last month, Chipotle had a significant E. Coli scare, during which they were forced to temporarily close 43 of their storefronts in the Pacific Northwest. As a result, the company may be rethinking their commitment to locally sourced ingredients.
Are you sick of reading Ramen? Too bad. Because Dish and Drink’s Rebecca Chodorkoff has developed a rating system, and she won’t stop until she finds the perfect bowl.
The FDA has approved GMO AquAdvantage Salmon for sale and consumption, and asserted that it has no foreseeable ramifications health ramifications. However, due to reasonable concern, some of the country’s most influential grocers are opting out.
BTR staffers take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test to see if the results align with their own perceptions of themselves.
169 Bar is one of those places that Dish and Drink’s Rebecca Chodorkoff knew about before it was cool. Check it out!
In the spirit of Holiday cheer, our favorite candy company, Reese’s, released a limited edition peanut butter cup in the shape of what they claimed to be a Christmas Tree. But what customers found didn’t quite make their mouths water.
How can we feast happily and healthily this holiday season, and help others to do the same?