The History Of The Shrimp Cocktail And How To Make The Perfect One From Scratch

From the 1960s to the 1980s there was only one starter to serve at your dinner party: the shrimp cocktail. Served in a wine glass, this gloopy mix of defrosted prawns and sweet pink sauce balanced on a nest of iceberg lettuce was the sophisticated way to begin a night among friends. 

 

The Most Exotic and Rare Hamburgers On Planet Earth

Although you might be familiar with some of the best burgers in your hometown, you probably haven’t experienced some of the most exotic and unusual burgers the world has to offer.

 
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This Green Mac ‘n’ Cheese Is Depression Food Done Right

On your dystopian, semimonthly trip to the grocery store, you may throw a big old plastic sack of greens in your freshly sanitized cart, convincing yourself that you might, IDK, suddenly crave A Really Great Salad even though each day brings fresh hell.

 

Work Out While Enjoying A Cold One With This Dumbbell Beer Glass

 Have you ever dreamt of getting ripped while letting rip?

 
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9 Face Masks For Wine Lovers And Where To Find Them

As face masks have become a necessary part of the safety routine when leaving home during the coronavirus pandemic, many of us are choosing to showcase our individual style through them.

 

The Super Luxe History Of Pineapples And Why They Used To Cost $8000

Though native to South America, pineapples (scientific name: Ananas comosus) made their way to the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, and it was here that Christopher Columbus first spotted their spiky crowns in 1493. Columbus and his crew took pineapples back to Spain, where everyone loved how sweet this new, exotic fruit tasted. They tried to grow them there, but because pineapples need a tropical climate to grow, Europeans didn’t get very far. The only pineapples they could get their hands on had to be imported from across the Atlantic Ocean, a time-consuming trek that often resulted in bruised, rotten fruit.

 
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How Crystal Head Vodka Skull Bottles Are Made

Crystal Head Vodka shared how their iconic skull bottles are made. In 2007, artist and co-founder John Alexander designed the bottle, which was inspired by co-founder Dan Akroyd‘s vision of 13 crystal skulls. Italian manufacturer Bruni Glass brought the design to life. The entire process took almost two years before the spirit made its debut in the United States.

 

Golden Rules To Stick To When Making A Piña Colada

The piña colada, one of the world’s most iconic cocktails, was born in Puerto Rico. However, it’s at this point that the history of the piña colada gets a little complicated because while it’s agreed that the drink was created in San Juan, multiple people lay claim to its invention.

 
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Is It Safe To Use Vodka As Hand Sanitizer?

You might have heard that using alcohol, like vodka, will kill the coronavirus and destroy germs is the same as using hand sanitizer. But is it true?

 

The Sit N Sip Refillable Winebag Chair Proves Perfect Quarantine Furniture Does Exist

Furniture might seem like the last concern for people facing a pandemic. It’s not a typical panic buy, like toilet paper but comfortable spaces and places during quarantine is essential.