Most of us don’t think about how many calories are in a beer or glass of wine. But those calories still count if you’re trying to be healthy. This graphic from the folks at Greatist shows you exactly how heavy that oatmeal stout really is.
If you’ve started a good bottle of wine, you may have wondered how to keep a half-poured bottle fresh overnight or for a few days. You could re-cork it, but air is an open wine’s worst enemy. Wired tested some alternatives that make the grade.
Researchers and students at the University of Washington in Seattle have conducted a very important study proving, once and for all, that stubby holders do in fact keep drinks cold. Here’s the science behind it.
Pairing wine with food doesn’t have to be a fussy process. While some wines go better with certain foods, picking the right one can be as simple as picking a varietal you like. This chart can help you when it’s time to order.
Backyard cocktails are great, but if you’re not vigilant you may find a fly or wasp in your drink. Placing a cupcake liner over your drink with a hole for a straw will help keep your beverage insect-free.
We usually think of 7-Eleven when we think of slurpees, but there is an easy way to make one out of any cold drink. Teaching blog Charlie Brown’s Teacher has a recipe that only requires a freezer bag, salt and water.