From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Forget about getting tipsy – that’s not the point here. Cooking with a little liquor can be a healthy way to add flavor to recipes.
With spring fever in the air, relax with a glass (or two) of alcohol. Beer, wine and cocktails can be part of a healthy diet---as long as you do it responsibly and follow our tips.
Some combinations are a match made in heaven. Pair these easily-found mixers with their compatible alcohols.
There's no need to deny yourself a drink or two at your next party -- it's knowing how to control all those calories that's the tricky part. Here's some things to keep in mind.
If a whiskey is aged in space, will it be mellower? It sounds a bit like a Zen koan, but in fact it is a question that may soon have an answer.
This is perfect for when a caffeine buzz isn't enough.
In this week’s nutrition news: Revamping school lunches menus, examining health claims of alcohol, and a closer look at the “Smart-Choice” label on Cocoa Puffs