This bread-based tart combines cheese, apples, pears, and spicy preserves.
Whip up a batch of these chocolate chip cookies that are far less tired than Grandma’s.
Serve up these bagel sandwiches at your New Year’s Day brunch.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane talk about an Eight O’Clock Coffee commercial that’s relatable for both women and men. Then, the two share their feelings on the idea of opposites attracting. The show closes out with a conversation about New Year’s Eve plans. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:43 Shucks – Dungeonesse 01:23 Analyzing Stereotypes: Eight O’Clock Coffee 09:09 Tan Lines – Gold & Youth 09:29 Range of Relationships: Opposites Attract 18:43 See It My Way – Mikal Cronin 19:08 College and Post-Grad Life: New Year’s Eve 25:27 Outro 26:04 Finish The Music Dungeonesse (Official Dungeonesse album art.) Gold & Youth (Official Beyond Wilderness album art.) Mikal Cronin (Official MCII album art.) Live: Jan 08 – Rickshaw Stop – San Francisco, CA
When it comes to papaya spots, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Hey there, fashion fans! Hope you’re all enjoying these last few weeks of December as we hurry into a brand new year! And speaking of the new year… on today’s Sew & Tell, I’m joined by fellow BTR DJ, editorial staffer, resident foodie, and fellow fashion aficionado, Dane Feldman; together, we’ll take a look back at 2013 in fashion. You’ll hear about some of the trends we loved and hated, a few of the year’s defining moments in fashion, and our favorite additions to our personal closets this year! Plus, a holiday-rific music playlist full of tracks from top indie artists like The Rural Alberta Advantage, Pink Mountaintops, Mum, and more. Join us as we reminisce on a hallmark year as it comes to close, celebrating the holidays in style with Sew & Tell on BTR!
Spinach and eggs are the focal points of this Mediterranean dish.
Keep warm with these rum and hot chocolate after dinner shooters.
Mix it up this Christmas with shrimp and sausage to complement your ham or turkey.
Save your Christmas menu with these last-minute nutty and fruity biscotti cookies.
Try this alternative for a traditional Scottish delicacy this Christmas.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about repurposing holiday gifts. Then, the pair is joined by Jen Glantz, author of All My Friends are Engaged and blogger. Jen, Molly, and Dane compare online dating with face-to-face meet-ups. Later, Jen shares her experience with her friends’ engagements and coping. Image by Molly Freeman. Molly and Dane in their holiday sweaters. Photo by Jen Smith. Jen Glantz in our studio! Photo by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:43 Bring You Back – Beacon 01:21 Advice Time: Gift Receiving 10:41 You’re Getting Like Your Sister – Bill Ryder-Jones 11:10 Relationships in the Digital Age: Online vs. Real World Meet Ups 23:51 Pretty Boy – Young Galaxy 24:20 Range of Relationships: Friends Getting Engaged 32:25 Outro 33:01 Finish The Music Beacon (Official The Ways We Separate album art.) Bill Ryder-Jones (Official A Bad Wind Blows in my Heart album art.) Young Galaxy (Official Ultramarine album art.)
Read about the New Jersey sushi restaurant with outside-the-box specials.
For avocado lovers, there’s now a pesto for that.
Turn up the heat with this spicy spin on an old classic.
Serve up this easy salad that is both fruity and wintery at the same time.
While spicing up your holiday cuisine, don’t forget to pass the mashed potatoes!
Some seafood recipes are better for winter.
Serve up these seasonal pancakes at your next brunch.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about an app for women called Lulu for their College and Post Grad Life segment. Then, the two rip into transphobia in sitcoms like Mike and Molly. The show wraps up with a conversation about heroism and The Hunger Games’ Peeta and Katniss. Image by Molly Freeman. The Playlist 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:45 Drive All Night – Glen Hansard 01:39 College & Post-Grad Life: Lulu 09:24 zealots of stockholm [free information] – Childish Gambino 10:24 Analyzing Stereotypes: Transphobia in Sitcoms 18:47 Pennies in the Fountain – Glen Hansard 19:35 Range of Relationships: Male/Female Heroism 24:50 Outro 25:27 Finish The Music Glen Hansard (Official Drive All Night album art.) Live: Dec 22 – Axis – Ballymun, Ireland Childish Gambino (Official because of the internet album art.) Live: Feb 5 – Manchester Gorilla – Manchester, UK Feb 6 – KOKO – London, UK
This lunch take out spot is more than just a break for the wallet.
Add a little weight to your habanero sauce to create the perfect dip.
Misconceptions about LinkedIn, social-media stat comparisons, and surprising successes.
Dish + Drink covers the do’s and don’ts of holiday party etiquette.
Stuffed squash makes for a healthy and hearty dinner side dish.
Cook your next chicken under a brick for a unique flavor.
Who says a protein shake has to be protein powder and water?
When the question is brunch, sometimes hot cereal is the answer.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane analyze gender and multitasking in response to a study that found women are better at it than men. Then, the pair share their feelings on selfies and the war between Thought Catalog and Jezebel. The show wraps up with a chat about texting and relationships. Image by Molly Freeman. Molly’s scarf selfie. Dane’s poolside selfie. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:50 Came Out of a Lady – Rubblebucket 01:19 Analyzing Stereotypes: Women & Multitasking 09:51 The End of That – Plants and Animals 10:27 Relationships in the Digital Age: Selfies 19:45 How Do I Know – Here We Go Magic 20:21 College & Post-Grad Life: Texters 29:58 Outro 30:35 Finish The Music Rubblebucket (Official Music from Drinking Buddies album art.) Live: Dec 7 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL Dec 28 – Port City Music Hall – Portland, ME Dec 30 – Higher Ground – Burlington, VT Plants and Animals (Official Music from Drinking Buddies album art.) Here We Go Magic (Official Music from Drinking Buddies album art.) Live: Dec 9 – Baby’s All Right – Brooklyn, NY
New Jersey’s top-notch pizza isn’t exactly a secret.
Spice up your burgers with this homemade sweet and hot habanero sauce.
Make a bottled batch of cocktails for your next holiday party and avoid mixing drinks all night long.
Hearty vegetable soups make for a great winter meal.
Rock your next stir fry with some less traditional ingredients.
Pair your next tuna melt with eggs and salsa for a game changer.
This latke Thanksgiving sandwich could be the newest craze in holiday foods.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane reveal the celebrities they find most attractive in response to a BuzzFeed article. The two then debate over who they think Piper should end up with on Orange is the New Black. The show wraps up with a discussion of holiday gift giving. Image by Molly Freeman. Molly’s Celebrity Picks Chris Evans Dylan O’Brien Daniel Sharman Tom Hiddleston Jeremy Renner Josh Hutcherson Evan Peters Skylar Astin Nico Mirallegro Chris Pine Holland Roden Emma Stone Kristen Bell Lucy Liu Kerry Washington Dane’s Celebrity Picks Jennifer Aniston Sophia Bush Kate Beckinsale Emma Stone Lauren Conrad Sarah Shahi Mila Kunis Beyonce Miranda Kerr Ke$ha Ryan Gosling Jon Hamm specifically as Don Draper John Slattery Zac Efron Nick Wooster Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:42 Rumi – Iska Dhaaf 01:08 Analyzing Stereotypes: Attractive Celebrities 10:30 Miles, Miles, Miles – Kevin Morby 11:01 Range of Relationships: Orange is the New Black 18:15 Hot Summer – Cool Ghouls 18:47 Advice Time: Gift Giving 27:29 Outro 28:06 Finish The Music Iska Dhaaf (Official Happiness album art.) Kevin Morby (Official Harlem River album art.) Live: Dec 3 – Rickshaw Stop – San Francisco, CA Dec 5 – Doug Fir – Portland, OR Dec 6 – Barboza – Seattle, WA Cool Ghouls (Official I Want You Bad album art.) Live: Dec 13 – Brick and Mortar Music Hall – San Francisco, CA
By Dane Feldman Photo by Dane Feldman. PLAE, like the Verandah, is located in the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort on Amelia Island, Florida. It is also one of my family’s favorite spots to dine when we are in Amelia Island because the menu is often eclectic and the service is great. The food This year, my parents and I each enjoyed our own salad (romaine lettuce, tomatoes, roasted chickpeas, cucumber, carrots, hearts of palm, brie, and balsamic dressing) followed by seared ahi tuna with seaweed salad and three dipping sauces. For my main course, I ordered the cedar plank salmon with caramelized grits and granny smith apple jam, which was served with mushrooms and green beans. These grits had to be the best I’ve ever had. PLAE has small plates, medium plates, and large plates, so sometimes when we dine there we share everything. This time around, all three of us were sure we wanted an entree, but PLAE is definitely a great place to share. The drinks I ordered a salty dog (vodka, fresh grapefruit juice, and a salt rim), which I enjoyed. The salty dog is my go-to whenever I’m at PLAE, but it’s not quite the highlight of my meal the way the cocktails at the Verandah sometimes are. The ambience/service The service at PLAE is what really makes this restaurant so unforgettable. My parents and I like to dine there on our last night of the trip each year because it’s closer to where we stay than downtown Fernandina Beach making it a bit more stress free the night before a flight. This time around, when my mom called to make a reservation she was notified that the restaurant was bought out by a party of 50 and so it wouldn’t be open to the public. She told the hostess over the phone how much we enjoy dining at PLAE and that we saved dining at PLAE specifically for our last night in the area. The hostess put the owner and head chef on the phone who immediately promised to seat us as long as we didn’t mind sitting in the bar area. My mom agreed. When we arrived, we were seated at a table in the bar area where only one other group was dining. The jazz band played in the far corner just softly enough that it wasn’t intrusive. Our waitress checked with us to make sure we were comfortable regarding the party in the other room and, of course, we didn’t mind. After taking our order, the waitress came back with complimentary salads. Already we knew we would be treated well despite the attention given to the party. When we finished dinner, the chef/owner came out to thank us for being flexible. He gave us complimentary honey cake and brownies to take home and had a long conversation with my mom about how he remembered us from our last visit. The food at PLAE is definitely great, but knowing that we received such wonderful treatment from a knowledgeable and helpful group of wait staff made our experience that much more enjoyable.
Dane visits a favorite seafood spot in Florida.
Whip up a batch of seasonal sangria for Thanksgiving dinner tonight.
Sweet potato latkes combine the celebrations of both Thanksgiving and Hanukkah.
Located in Newberry, Fla., Sabore is unsurprisingly terrific.
Amelia Island’s Espana is impressive and consistent in both flavor and freshness.
This cocktail is far from the expected brunch bunch.
This week on The Hash DJs Molly and Dane discuss Seth Adam Smith’s article featured on Viralnova about marriage and selfishness. Then the two rip into a blogpost called The Case Against Female Self-Esteem. Molly and Dane wrap up by talking about why men shouldn’t say girls can’t cut their hair short in response to a Total Frat Move piece. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:47 Found You – Megan Bonnell 01:20 Range of Relationships: Marriage is Not for You 09:21 Devil We Know – Lily & Madeleine 09:50 Analyzing Stereotypes: The Case Against Female Self-Esteem 21:23 I Don’t Believe in Ghosts – Sebastien Grainger 21:53 Advice Time: Why Girls Should Not Cut Their Hair Short 31:27 Outro 32:05 Finish The Music Megan Bonnell (Official Hunt and Chase album art.) Live: Nov 27 – Joy Eslava – Madrid, ESP Nov 30 – The Drake Hotel – Toronto, ON Lily & Madeleine (Official Lily & Madeleine album art.) Sebastien Grainger (Official Yours to Discover album art.)
Toasties Deli in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood is a pleasant experience all around.
This recipe for chicken francaise includes swiss chard and hot sauce.
This bourbon milkshake is both refreshing and warming at once.
This unique dish can’t be found at your local seafood restaurant.
With Thanksgiving on its way, this recipe will help spice things up.
Sometimes, cliché or not, chicken soup is the answer to feeling under the weather.
Oatmeal is a healthy alternative to some of the more fattening brunch foods.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane rip into Men’s Rights Activists. The pair then talk about their personal experiences with crushes and, later, hash out the Luxury Spot’s A Comprehensive List of Annoying Wedding Shit. For more information on Men’s Rights Activists, read Jaclyn Friedman’s piece. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:46 No Illusion – The Black Hollies 01:13 Analyzing Stereotypes: Men’s Rights Activists 10:54 No Right Thing – Blood Orange 11:30 Range of Relationships: Crushes 18:36 Taken Down – Grizzly Bear 19:12 Advice Time: Wedding Annoyances 28:10 Outro 28:47 Finish The Music The Black Hollies (Official Somewhere Between Here and Nowhere album art.) Blood Orange (Official Cupid Deluxe album art.) Grizzly Bear (Official Shields – expanded album art.) Live: Dec 28 – Falls Festival – Lorne, VIC, Australia Dec 29 – Marion Bay Falls Festival – Marion Bay, TAS, Australia Dec 31 – The Falls Music and Arts Festival – Byron Bay, NSW, Australia
A popular New Jersey deli owns up to the hype.
Try this healthier spin on a classic winter favorite.
A classic French 75 calls for gin and champagne.
Enjoy these green tomatoes with curry and chutney as a simple appetizer anytime.
Try this variation of Thai red curry at home.
Try the lighter side of chili with this recipe for white chicken chili.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss a article that slashes Miley Cyrus and other female pop stars for dressing like porn stars. The pair also chat about TimeHop, a smartphone app that allows us to relive our own past. Later, in their Analyzing Stereotypes segment, Molly and Dane talk about Powerful Yogurt, a protein-packed yogurt geared towards men. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:44 Say My Name – Megan Bonnell 01:23 Advice Time: Pop Stars Are Dressing Like Porn Stars 11:36 Your Body Works – Sebastien Grainger 11:59 Relationships in the Digital Age: TimeHop 18:37 Lying to Myself – The Can’t Tells 19:04 Analyzing Stereotypes: Powerful Yogurt 26:19 Outro 26:56 Finish The Music Megan Bonnell (Official Hunt and Chase album art.) Live: Nov 21 – TBD – Bilbao, Spain Nov 22 – TBD – Bilbao, Spain Sebastien Grainger (Official Yours to Discover album art.) The Can’t Tells (Official No Television album art.)
The sushi at Asian Bistro makes it more than just a diamond in the rough.
Whip up some of this hearty and wintry risotto for dinner again and again.
Thirsty Thursday this week is all about fresh-squeezed juice and tequila. Ole.
Whip up this healthy farmer’s market mash with some seasonal ingredients.
This fish recipe requires just a few simple steps and yields a delicious meal.
Start the week fresh with this healthy and delicious protein shake.
Bake these fall fruity muffins for your next brunch get together.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane analyze Paul Hudson’s article Why Men Aren’t Really Men Anymore on Elite Daily. Later, the pair discuss why warning college women to steer clear of alcohol may not be the solution to rape on campuses. Molly and Dane wrap up by chatting about professional snugglers and what this could mean for lonely folks nationwide. You can read more about the response to Yoffe’s article on college women and alcohol here on HuffPo. Also, check out the BTR Pinterest page this weekend. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:47 We Exist – Arcade Fire 01:15 Analyzing Stereotypes: “Why Men Aren’t Really Men Anymore” 12:14 Never Lonely – Diane Coffee 12:43 College & Post-Grad Life: “College Women: Stop Getting Drunk” 21:43 Nothing But Time – Lily & Madeleine 22:12 Range of Relationships: Professional Snugglers 28:20 Outro 28:57 Finish The Music Arcade Fire (Official Reflektor album art.) Live: Nov 11 – Roundhouse – London, UK Nov 12 – Roundhouse – London, UK Nov 15 – Barrowland Ballroom – Glasgow, UK Diane Coffee (Official My Friend Fish album art.) Live: Nov 2 – Red 7 – Austin, TX Nov 4 – Molly’s Kitchen & Lounge – Santa Fe, NM Nov 5 – The Rhythm Room – Phoenix, AZ Lily & Madeleine (Official Lily & Madeleine album art.) Live: Nov 8 – IOTA Club & Cafe – Arlington, VA
Rickshaw Dumplings is shaping the way we eat dumplings in NYC.
Eat this healthy meatloaf alternative instead of classic meatloaf this fall and winter.
By Dane Feldman Photo by Dane Feldman. This week, I bought my first batch of grapefruits of the season, which means I’ll likely go on a grapefruit recipe rampage. This ginger greyhound is just my jumping off point, but I can see this cocktail becoming a staple for me this winter. What you’ll need: 2 oz dry gin 2 oz fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice Ginger ale Ice Directions: Put the ice in the bottom of a rocks glass and pour the gin over it. Squeeze the grapefruit juice into the glass and add in the pulp as well. Top off with what should be about 3-4 ounces of ginger ale and stir. I used half of a grapefruit and its pulp to add another dimension to the drink, but for those who aren’t pulp fans it isn’t a must. The ginger ale brings out the flavor in both the grapefruit juice and the gin, which makes this a more three-dimensional greyhound. For anyone looking for more Halloween-themed food and drinks, check out BTR’s Halloween’s Here Pinterest board.
This original marinade makes for a citrusy and flavorful oven-baked chicken.
This stuffed acorn and delicata squash recipe will spice up any fall dinner and even Thanksgiving.
This spicy side dish is simple to cook up and goes well with a wide variety of other foods.
This brunch staple is as flexible as can be.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss BuzzFeed’s article 20 Ridiculously Specific Online Dating Sites That Actually Exist. Then, the two analyze Chris Brown’s shocking rape story and Olivia Cole’s piece Chris Brown and a Nation of Raped Boys. For the Range of Relationships Segment, Molly and Dane finish off this week’s episode by chatting about Broder, a Tinder parody for bros looking to hang with mutual bros. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:48 Angel Blood – Cass McCombs 01:12 Relationships in the Digital Age: Specific Dating Sites 09:19 Sum of Our Lives – Maria Taylor 09:54 Analyzing Stereotypes: “Chris Brown and a Nation of Raped Boys” 22:54 Summer Skeletons – Radical Face 23:21 Range of Relationships: Broder 27:26 Outro 28:16 Finish The Music Cass McCombs (Official Big Wheel and Others album art.) Live: Nov 7 – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR Nov 8 – The Crocodile – Seattle, WA Nov 9 – Fortune Sound Club – Vancouver, BC Maria Taylor (Official Something About Knowing album art.) Radical Face (Official The Family Tree: The Branches album art.) Live: Nov 9 – Colston Hall 2 – Bristol, UK Nov 10 – The Deaf Institute – Manchester, UK Nov 12 – Union Chapel – London, UK
Our Unofficial Sushi Month coverage continues!
Combine some seasonal vegetables with filets of flounder for this healthy dish.
Salsa Y Salsa is quickly becoming a BTR favorite happy hour spot.
Dane and Eatopia’s DJ Hanabi venture to MetLife Stadium and eat some fanfare.
This spicy side dish pairs well with almost anything.
Butternut squash soup is a fall classic that can’t be reckoned with.
No brunch is complete without silver dollar pancakes.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss their feelings on taking big steps in relationships. Then, the two analyze California’s new revenge porn law in the Range of Relationships segment. DJ Dillon, co-host of BTR’s RAR, comes on the show to talk about female archetypes in romantic comedies. For more information on California’s new law, check out Forbes and the New York Times. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:38 Bricola – Coastgaard 01:10 Range of Relationships: Big Commitment Steps 09:00 Cuckoo – Dr. Dog 09:28 Relationships in the Digital Age: CA’s Revenge Porn Law 19:23 Make It Up – The Blow 20:01 What to Learn from RomComs: Women Archetypes 31:01 Outro 31:49 Finish The Music Coastgaard (Official Coastgaard album art.) Live: Oct 23 – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY Dr. Dog (Official B-room album art.) Live: Oct 19 – USF Sun Dome – Tampa, FL Oct 20 – Sunset Cove Amphitheater – Boca Raton, FL Nov 1 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA The Blow (Official The Blow album art.) Live: Oct 19 – Flying M Coffee Garage – Nampa, ID Oct 20 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR Oct 21 – Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room – Seattle, WA
Asuka Sushi is a reminder that there’s no dining experience quite like being treated like you belong.
This risotto recipe separates itself from the pack with langostino tails and string beans.
Curl up on the couch this fall with a hot bourbon and cider.
This spicy spin on guacamole is simple and delicious.
Pick-Your-Own apples has never been so nice!
Hurry out to the apple orchards before fall’s end.
Make delicious soup for autumn using just a few fresh ingredients.
This week’s Sunday Brunch is all about the perfect pumpkin bread.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about the 5 Love Languages and how they apply to the story behind Stephanie Smith’s 300 Sandwiches blog. The two then chat about “Things Not to Say to a Lesbian” for the Analyzing Stereotypes segment and finish off the show with a discussion on bad online dating classifieds as seen here on The Frisky and here on Jezebel. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:46 Hegira Emigré – of Montreal 01:11 Range of Relationships: Love Languages 09:26 Your Holiday Treat – Frog Eyes 09:47 Analyzing Stereotypes: Things Not to Say to a Lesbian 20:38 White Collar White Trash – The Dismemberment Plan 21:13 Funny Pick Ups: Horrible Online Dating Ads 28:05 Outro 28:54 Finish The Music of Montreal (Official Lousy with Sylvianbriar album art.) Live: Oct 18 – 40 Watt Club – Athens, GA Oct 22 – Cat’s Cradle – Carrboro, NC Oct 23 – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC Frog Eyes (Official Carey’s Cold Spring album art.) The Dismemberment Plan (Official Uncanney Valley album art.) Live: Oct 19 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC Oct 20 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC Nov 2 – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA
The Union Square W Hotel bar, Olives, stands out among the pack of other expensive NYC hotel bars.
Revamp a classic with this recipe for a more modern version of chicken parm.
This light and seasonal gin cocktail delivers a smooth kick.
Trader Joe’s seafood blend gives this dish the perfect boost.
Indulge in these doughy and dense pumpkin spice cookies this fall.
This fall-inspired smoothie is a great way to shake up your post-workout meal.
This week’s Sunday Brunch recipe is a simple one that won’t compromise taste.
This week, DJs Molly and Dane share their feelings on soul mates, meet with DJ Jordan, and chat about an invasive new app.
BonChon on John Street is one of the best college spots in NYC.
Grilling doesn’t have to restricted to summer with these chicken burgers.
Keep fall going with this boozy recipe for a pumpkin milkshake.
Seasonal farmer’s market vegetables make a great roasted side dish.
October’s here with these homemade pumpkin walnut muffins.
Tasty Picky Bars are the perfect combination of fat, protein, and carbohydrates meant for athletes.
Forget about the tired pumpkin recipes for fall and try this one for pumpkin oatmeal.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about a Canadian family living like it’s 1986. Then, they are joined by DJ Jordan and the three analyze the stereotypes, creepy and crazy. More information on these stereotypes can be found here. Lastly, Molly and Dane talk about some of the weirdest “sexy” Halloween costumes. Links to the costumes can be found on Sexy Watermelon, Double Gum, Coral Clownfish, Sexy Banana, Sexy Hamburger, and Sexy Brian from Family Guy. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:51 Minding the Usher – Dr. Dog 01:14 Relationships in the Digital Age: McMillan Family 06:42 Comfort – Arms 07:05 Analyzing Stereotypes: Creepy/Crazy with DJ Jordan 17:24 Kings – Coastgaard 17:55 College & Post Grad Life: Unsexy Halloween Costumes 26:35 Outro 27:25 Finish The Music Dr. Dog (Official B-Room album art.) Live: Sept 28 – Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA Sept 30 – Troubadour – West Hollywood, CA Oct 1 – Comerica Theatre – Phoenix, AZ Arms (Official Arms album art.) Live: Dec 12 – Glasslands Gallery – Brooklyn, NY Coastgaard (Official Coastgaard album art.) Live: Oct 11 – Ortlieb’s – Philadelphia, PA Oct 12 – Velvet Lounge – Washington, DC
Pommes Frites, a Belgian french fry shop, is a great snack spot in NYC.
Wow house guests with these healthy recipe for single-serve pumpkin mousse.
Bourbon, fig, and orange juice makes for the perfect fall cocktail (and it’s orange!).
Tim Dillon and Dane collaborate on this fall-festive recipe for blackened duck orange.
Welcome fall with this hearty combination of sweet potatoes and black beans.
Kick off fall with homemade oven-baked pumpkin fries.
Make mayonnaise-less egg salad without compromising flavor.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane ask each other some questions about the opposite gender, inspired by this Thought Catalog article. Then, they chat about why it’s great to have platonic friends of the opposite gender. Lastly, Molly and Dane discuss their first impressions of the new sex app, Spreadsheets, and why it’s worth a try. Molly had the opportunity to talk to the app’s founders and you can read more about that here and listen to Matt DeMello’s Third Eye Weekly interview here. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:49 Spins in Circles – Dinosaur Bones 01:26 Analyzing Stereotypes: Qs Men & Women Are Afraid to Ask Each Other 13:41 Becoming the Gunship – Islands 14:00 Range of Relationships: Friends Of the Opposite Gender 20:11 Lucky Young – Someone Still Loves You, Boris Yeltsin 20:37 Relationships in the Digital Age: Spreadsheets 29:56 Outro 30:35 Finish The Music Dinosaur Bones (Official Shaky Dream album art.) Live: Oct 9 – Red Dog – Peterborough, ON Oct 10 – The Moustache Club – Oshawa, ON Oct 11 – The Clarkson Pub – Barrie, ON Islands (Official Ski Mask album art.) Live: Sept 21 – The Media Club – Vancouver, BC Sept 22 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR Sept 24 – The Chapel – San Francisco, CA Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin (Official Fly By Wire album art.) Live: Oct 10 – Mojo’s – Columbia, MO Oct 11 – The Record Bar – Kansas City, MO Oct 12 – Firebird – St Louis, MO
Dish + Drink’s quest for the best burger in NYC continues with a burger from Schnipper’s Quality Kitchen.
Shake Shack and Cronut creator, Dominique Ansel, team up to make custard.
Celebrate fall and National Bourbon Heritage Month with bourbon cider.
Add figs to your next oven-baked chicken dish.
Reel in fall with homemade curried pumpkin seeds this week.
Wow guests at a cocktail party with these easy stuffed tomatoes.
Spice up your grilled cheese with brie, fruit, and caramelized onions.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about NSA Pickup Lines. Then, they each choose a few of the 19 Brutal Truths About Life That No One Will Tell You that they both needed to hear. They also share their test scores for LoveFlutter’s Quirky-Interesting Test. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:53 Shelly – Aisha Burns 01:13 Funny Pick Ups: NSA Pick Up Lines 05:56 Born Tight – Man Man 06:28 Advice Time: Brutal Truths 15:23 Daddy Was A Real Good Dancer – The Dismemberment Plan 15:59 Relationships in the Digital Age: LoveFlutter 27:29 Outro 28:13 Finish The Music Aisha Burns (Official Life in the Midwater album art.) Man Man (Official On Oni Pond album art.) Live: Sept 19 – Chop Shop – Charlotte, NC Sept 20 – The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA Sept 21 – The Howlin’ Wolf – New Orleans, LA The Dismemberment Plan (Official Daddy Was A Real Good Dancer album art.) Live: Sept 14 – Meadow Brook Music Festival – Rochester Hills, MI
A trip to Cape May might be worth it for Frescos menu.
Turn leftover salmon into a delicious and fresh lunch.
Bourbon Heritage Month is in full-swing with this cocktail float.
Whip up this restaurant-style Italian dip for your next cocktail party.
Whip up this farmer’s market veggies and chicken dish before summer’s end.
Serve this hot habanero cheese dip next Sunday afternoon during the game.
Spice up your french toast with challah bread and extra eggs.
This week, DJs Molly and Dane reveal some interesting facts about themselves in response to this Thought Catalog article. The two also chat with DJ Jorri about age differences in relationships and later analyze what went down with #SlaneGirl.
The original Shake Shack lives up to its reputation.
Try this healthier version of classic banana bread.
Try this bourbon sidecar variation with fresh citrus juices.
Reel in autumn with this recipe for homemade apple sauce.
The grounds at the 2013 US Open offer some great spots for foodies.
What’s better than world class tennis? World class food and entertainment to accompany it.
Grill these homemade chicken burgers this Labor Day.
Serve refreshing gin mint lemonade at your Labor Day brunch.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about their personal shortcomings. They also analyze the stereotype that men should pay for dates as discussed in this Nerve article and finally, the two talk about the dating app, Tinder. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:44 Burial Suit – Still Life Still 01:17 Get to Know Molly & Dane Through Bad Characteristics 06:37 Endlessly – Dent May 07:08 Analyzing Stereotypes: Who Should Pay? 17:11 A Rainy Night in Soho – The Kissaway Trail 17:42 Relationships in the Digital Age: Tinder 24:49 Outro 25:32 Finish The Music: Still Life Still (Official Mourning Trance album art.) Live: Oct 26 – Zaphod Beeblebrox – Ottawa, ON Dent May (Official Warm Blanket album art.) Live: Sept 10 – Club Downunder – Tallahassee, FL Sept 12 – Gasa Gasa – New Orleans, LA Sept 13 – Red 7 – Austin, TX The Kissaway Trail (Official Breach album art.) Live: Sept 7 – Golden Leaves Festival 2013 – Darmstadt, Germany
Mira Sushi & Izakaya is a great spot for food and drinks, just maybe not for happy hour.
Make vegetable shrimp curry at home.
Before summer’s end, try out these refreshing watermelon martinis.
Saute some seasonal swiss chard before summer’s end.
Spice up classic mac and cheese with hot peppers and avocado cheese sauce.
Enjoy this twist on the classic Italian Oreganata with flounder instead of shrimp.
Brunch doesn’t have to mean heavy French toast and greasy bacon.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss their turn offs and the BuzzFeed article Straight Girl’s Guide to Gay Boys, which is based on this YouTube video. The DJs also chat about the unique new dating site called Grouper Social Club.
BTR staff check out NYC’s Mission Chinese Food for the first time.
This spicy cantaloupe soup takes just 10 minutes to make.
Make your own lime-infused vodka by making lime limoncello at home.
Using an abundance of seasonal vegetables differentiates this fried rice from the rest of the pack.
Adding lemon zest and zucchini to this pasta dish makes it just right for summer dinner.
Whip up some of this homemade spicy chili lime butter for grilled swordfish.
Complete Sunday Brunch this week with some whole wheat blueberry muffins.
Lessons learned from the internet on those guys we all know from college.
New York Burger Co. combines too many strong flavors and is otherwise somewhat forgettable.
Sauté some garden veggies to make a spicy Mexican side dish.
Celebrate the heat of the summer with a frozen gimlet.
Grill chicken using fresh rosemary and lime before grilling season is over.
Make this cold shrimp appetizer for your next barbecue.
Put a spin on pasta and pesto with langostino tails and pistachio pesto.
By Dane Feldman Photo by Dane Feldman. Welcome, once again, to Sunday Brunch here on Dish + Drink. It’s been a while since I posted a cocktail recipe for this segment (I know, I know, I’ve gotten a bit wrapped up in various egg dishes). In the spirit of summer being in full-swing, I thought it best to work on a perfectly summery brunch drink. What you’ll need: 2 oz wine 2 oz seltzer/club soda 1/4 oz creme de cassis Ice 4 strawberries Directions: In a blender, combine the wine, seltzer, creme de cassis, and ice. Wash and add in 2 of the strawberries before blending. Serve in wine glasses or champagne flutes with the remaining 2 strawberries. This drink is a spin on a classic favorite: the kir royale, which is traditionally a champagne cocktail. Instead of using champagne, I used a combination of wine and seltzer because I wanted to keep the same volume of liquid without a higher alcohol content. If you plan to use champagne in this recipe, I would suggest cutting it with extra ice.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane are discussing their top turn ons in the segment Get to Know Molly & Dane. They also analyze the NYTimes article Sex on Campus — She Can Play That Game, Too written by Kate Taylor. Lastly, Molly and Dane introduce their High School Mixtape segment by chatting about a few of their favorite tunes from back in the day. Follow The Hash on Twitter @TheHash_BTR for more updates.
The cheeseburgers at brgr in NYC are impressively good and well worth a try.
Diets may not actually be as helpful in losing weight as we think they are.
Make limoncello at home with this simple recipe for Thirsty Thursday.
Zen isn’t the best sushi spot in NYC, but it’s always half price.
Indulge and nourish yourself at the same tiem with this coffee protein shake.
Make a delicious and hearty dinner using only what you already have in your refrigerator.
Cafeteria in Chelsea is a great spot for Sunday Brunch, but it may not be worth the price.
The Hash is BTR’s all-new dating and relationships podcast. The inaugural episode covers romantic comedies, Sister Wives, and a Thought Catalog piece.
Dane checks out some of the hot spots in NYC’s Koreatown.
Ben & Jerry’s brings free city-inspired ice cream flavors to 11 US cities including NYC.
Thirsty Thursday is here and it’s time for some muddle strawberries and whisky.
This sandwich is a variation of the croque monsieur, croque madame, and monte cristo.
This NJ diner isn’t what you might expect as it serves Thai food exclusively.
Combining Thai basil and chili paste makes this cucumber salad both refreshing and spicy.
Use scraps from smoked salmon to make lox cream cheese at home.
Cook leftover stone fruits into a fruity compote for dessert.
Naked Juice, owned by PepsiCo, settled a $9M lawsuit regarding all natural ingredients and GMOs.
This peach mint cocktail packs a punch with either bourbon or vodka.
Asuka in Chelsea is a great deal for both sushi and happy hour.
Quinoa as a breakfast component is just as delicious and nourishing as it is as a dinner component.
The farmer’s markets in July have different produce on offer than they did in June.
Serve up these egg cups at brunch this Sunday.
Kick the weekend off with this light take on an Italian classic.
Fill up and fuel your body with a hearty protein shake.
Shake up the classic gimlet with this fruity recipe.
Use overripe bananas to bake these healthy banana nut muffins.
Mussels and clams together is a great summer dish, rain or shine.
Add some grilled zucchini to your sauteed vegetables for extra flavor.
Sunday Brunch serves eggs this week with a spicy southwest spin.
Venture to New Jersey for some quality dining al fresco.
Kick off your weekend with this healthy breakfast shake.
Update your home with a functional and stylish bar cart.
Switch up your pesto with some walnuts instead of pine nuts.
Dane interviews Dominique Ansel, head chef and owner of the bakery responsible for the trademarked Cronut.
Sauté veggies with fingerling potatoes for a hearty and healthy side dish.
Combine celebrating America and enjoying Sunday Brunch with this champagne cocktail.
Bake some red, white, and blue cookies this holiday weekend.
Bake an American flag cake from scratch for this year’s July 4th barbecues.
Celebrate Independence Day with homemade jell-O shots.
Grill steak instead of burgers this Independence Day.
Celebrate America’s birthday by grilling some North American rainbow trout and corn.
These two healthy red, white, and blue breakfasts are in the spirit of Birthday Week.
Try this recipe for a guilt-free bagel experience.
Try this recipe at home for spicy shrimp and vegetable curry.
This week on Sew & Tell, we examine the lack of transparency within fashion production, and how that’s changing in the wake of April’s tragic factory collapse in Bangladesh. I’m joined by Kaytee Riek, Campaign Manager for an organization called Sum of Us, who generate campaigns to hold global corporations accountable for their business practices. Kaytee will talk about the fast fashion’s fundamentally broken production system, the Bangladesh Safety Accord vs. the Gap/Walmart alliance, and what consumers can do to pressure brands into cleaning up their act. Plus, Dane’s back to dish about last Sunday’s Mad Men Season 6 mega finale, and we’ll hear a bunch of great new music from Mavis Staples, The Stranglers, Lightning Dust, and more! So tune in and wisen up – we’re tackling fashion transparency here on BTR!
Fresh cucumbers make for great summer sides.
Thirsty Thursday on D+D takes a look at the Lantern’s Keep, a swanky bar in the Iroquois Hotel near Times Square.
Serve this zesty marinade over grilled salmon for a tasty summer dish.
BTR staff members try a variety of meats at NYC favorite Bareburger.
Check out what to find this week at your local farmer’s markets.
Put these lemonade cubes in your iced tea for a refreshing spin on the Arnold Palmer.
Try these simple steps to make your own sorbet at home.
Baked sweet potato fries are a great alternative to regular French fries.
The frozen fruity gin fizz is a no brainer when it comes to summer cocktails.
Cauliflower and broccoli rabe make this pesto stand out from the crowd.
Great grandmothers make the best chicken vegetable burgers.
Use this homemade rub for your next grilled chicken dinner.
This Sunday try avocado and yogurt in your deviled eggs for a refreshing spin on a classic.
Frozen yogurt bananas are packed with protein and natural sugars.
Keep cool and caffeinated this summer with these coffee ice cubes.
Slow Food USA has been gaining traction since 1989 with its anti-fast food mantra.
Taking small, but efficient steps can help thwart procrastination.
In the spirit of Slow Week here on BTR, Dish + Drink focuses on a slow-cooking Israeli breakfast.
Tips and tricks to help energize your body and fuel it with the right kinds of slow foods.
Watermelon salad in martini glasses adds zest to brunch.
Start the weekend off right with a refreshingly light fruit smoothie.
This homemade hummus recipe is a great and easy alternative to store bought hummus.
Try this recipe for quinoa black bean burgers with avocado yogurt sauce.
Try these strawberries two ways at your next Sunday brunch.
Spice up your salad regimen with this new spin on an old favorite.
Celebrate Thirsty Thursday this week with a spin on the classic mint julep.
Make your oatmeal the night before with this no-cook breakfast recipe.
Egg whites meet smoked salmon in this simple and nutritious sandwich.
Gear up for the week with this healthy advice.
Enjoy some classic American cocktails this holiday celebration.
Avoid overeating this weekend at various Memorial Day barbecues.
BTR staff members experiment with three kinds of tequila in spirit of Thirsty Thursday.
This protein smoothie is great for an on-the-go breakfast as well as a post-workout meal.
Blueberries are great in more than just waffles. For instance, take Quinoa.
Forty years after Roe v. Wade, the abortion debate continues amidst new emerging state laws.
This week’s guest is Jessica Schreiber, Program Manager for New York City’s Bureau of Waste Prevention, Reuse, and Recycling. Jessica share details about re-fashioNYC, the city’s textile recycling program, and how you can participate to help reduce the 200,000 tons of textile waste produced each year in New York City. She’ll also talk about the ingenious idea behind Directional Dining, the food blog she co-authors with roommate Jules, and a few of her favorite eateries in the city. Later in the show, Dane and I dissect the red carpet styles from Monday’s punk-themed Met Gala, and recap last Sunday’s action-packed episode of Mad Men, in anticipation of big changes ahead for SCDP. Plus! The latest music from artists like She & Him, Small Black, AM & Shawn Lee, and ADULT. Celebrate Friday in fashion on BTR!
Boston Marathon bombings prove the old media is going to get the story wrong but should we just get used to it?
What’s better than the semi-smug satisfaction of discovering a new, emerging talent in design? Pretty much nothing. Let’s be honest: we all love being the first to know. This week’s guest is here to help you build a wardrobe full of trend-bucking, uniquely artful pieces that will make your friends crazy with jealousy. Briana Swords and her husband Ryan Smith are co-founders of Brooklyn’s hottest new boutique, Swords-Smith, located in Williamsburg and stocked with some of the best in today’s indie fashion, from Feral Childe to K/LLER Collection, Dessu to Thorocraft. On today’s show, Briana will talk about her mission to support independent labels, the development of their own in house Swords-Smith line, future plans for the retail space, and more. Plus, Dane joins me to talk about our picks for best and worst spring trends! Also in the mix are samples off the latest records from Cold War Kids, Generationals, John Grant, Born Ruffians, and more. Fashion fans, get ready for all the latest & greatest here on BreakThru Radio!
What could be better than a vintage boutique that stays open until 2 am? Browsing that boutique with a cocktail in hand! And thanks to The Dressing Room on NYC’s Lower East Side, you can do just that! On today’s show, I’m joined by co-founder and retail curator Alex Adame, who maintains a tastefully eclectic mix of vintage pieces and new designs from local and independent labels. On the show, Alex will talk about turning their inventive vision into reality, how The Dressing Room has changed as its grown, some of the independent designers they carry, a few of her own vintage wardrobe treasures, and more. Later, Dane & I will talk cocktail shop, and there’s a playlist full of new music from artists like Bettie Serveert, Sanders Bohlke, Little Green Cars, and more. Give your Friday a makeover with vintage style on Sew & Tell!
On last week’s show, I introduced Sew & Tell’s new addition: fashion correspondent and resident menswear authority Dane Feldman. I wanted our listeners to get to know Dane better, so on today’s show, you’ll have an opportunity to do just that. Dane is a recent graduate of University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where he studied Communications and wrote a lifestyle column for the school’s paper, The Daily Collegian. With a fascination for vintage style and an eye for good taste, Dane has crafted a well-curated style for himself that reflects classic sensibilities and formal silhouettes. On today’s show, Dane will talk about the widespread impact of AMC’s “Mad Men” on fashion, the overlooked style demographic of college men, and he’ll share a few of his favorite stores, celebrity fashion icons, and wardrobe essentials. Plus, I have a great playlist full of brand new releases from BTR favorites Helado Negro, Suuns, Shout Out Louds, and Robyn Hitchcock, along with tracks from Bon Iver and Dead Man’s Bones. Friday has never looked better on BTR!
What do Katharine Hepburn, Emmylou Harris, Jane Birkin and Coco Chanel have in common? Classic, fearless Tomboy Style! And for today’s show, I got to talk with the founder and writer behind this beautiful, award-winning blog and book, Lizzie Garrett. Tune in to hear us chat about tomboy style icons from yesterday and today, and what it takes to be a savvy tomboy. PLUS! Exciting new weekly segment making it’s debut on Sew & Tell today – I’m joined by fashion news commentator and dapper gent, BTR’s Dane Feldman. Together we’ll share some news updates from this past week, talk about Dane’s recent trip to the lesser-known Couture Fashion Week, and review Sunday’s Oscar looks! And of course, some great new music to go with the great conversation – tracks today from Lia Ices, Cat Power, Beach House, and POLICA. This hour of Sew & Tell is EPIC, so jump-start your weekend right now with fashion fun on BreakThru Radio!