Bringing your own wine or beer can really help cut down on restaurant costs — but what if you don't know what to bring? Check out this pairing guide.
by: Ashley Watson | channel: Food and Drink
Whether you're in a cleaning pinch or just have extra vodka around, discover how you can use it to remove stains, as part of your beauty routine, and more.
by: Elizabeth Lang | channel: Health and Beauty, Home
Well, 'tis the season to be merry and enjoy some beers. Here are 13 that are well worth your time, during the winter and beyond.
by: Paul Michael | channel: Food and Drink
You don't need a lot of money to throw a truly killer party. Discover the four basic things a good party needs, and how you can get them all for cheap.
by: Nicholas Pell | channel: Entertainment, Food and Drink, Home
Skip the mouth-puckering, bottom-shelf stuff and enjoy your drinks (while saving money!) with these great, moderately priced spirits.
by: Meg Favreau | channel: Food and Drink
Getting together with friends for drinks is great...until the bill comes. Here are four ways to lessen the cost of a night out at the bar.
by: Janey Osterlind | channel: Entertainment, Food and Drink
For elegant, tasty, and frugal drinks, learn how to flavor your own spirits.
by: Meg Favreau | channel: DIY, Food and Drink, General Tips
The party season is almost upon us, and you'll have more than enough occasions to drink a little more than you should. Are there any good hangover cures out there? It turns out the
by: Paul Michael | channel: Food and Drink, General Tips, Health and Beauty
Can you save money by making your own beer? Is it worth the effort?
by: Marla Walters | channel: Food and Drink
I’ll make no bones about it; I love beer. But you don’t just have to drink beer straight from the bottle. If you’re feeling experimental, here are 21 (the lega
Making moonshine is especially easy because running it through a still makes all the delicate balancing of flavors that mark a great beer or wine irrelevant.
by: Philip Brewer | channel: DIY, Food and Drink
A story in the New York Times says that exercise helps human brains build more neurons (a process called neurogenesis). It also reports on some mouse studies that show that exe
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Extra Commentary
After quitting smoking, having one or two drinks a day is the best single thing you can do for your cardiovascular health. [more]
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Food and Drink, Health and Beauty, Lifestyle
Some summer evenings are simple too hot to contemplate firing up the stove or using the oven. Some nights, even standing in front of the grill flipping burgers sounds like a bit to
by: Andrea Karim | channel: Food and Drink
If I can get drinks for free I'm a happy tightwad. Here, I show you five great ways to hustle free drinks in your local bar or pub.
by: Paul Michael | channel: Life Hacks, Food and Drink
Party hardy tonight, but don't drive drunk! Not only could you die (bummer) or kill someone else (unforgivable), but it could cost you financially big time (not savvy living).
by: Greg Go | channel: Cars and Transportation, Food and Drink, Lifestyle
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