As a Carol Brady-aspiring mom, I hardly ever leave the grocery store without at least a pound of lean ground beef covered in plastic wrap.
Ginger is a highly nutritious plant. In fact, it's widely used as a folk medicine for a number of conditions.
If you've seen or heard the phrase "Dilly Dilly" at your local pub or on social media in the last few weeks, you can thank Bud Light for turning the phrase into a cultural phenomenon.
London cafe Coco di Mama sells a croissant made with activated charcoal. The charcoal gives the pastry its black colour. The croissant is also vegan and made with sunflower margarine instead of butter. The croissants cost £1.80 to take away and £2.15 to eat in.
I read with interest the news that guests at Prince Louis’ recent christening were served slices of cake from Wills and Kate’s wedding seven years ago. Granted, their cake was a fruitcake, which has alcohol in it so that it keeps better than a standard American wedding cake.
Welcome to Ask Kate About Beer, in which The Takeout’s resident beer expert answers everything you’ve ever wanted to know about beer but were too drunk to ask.
Salty Waitress is The Takeout’s advice column from a real-life waitress that will teach you how not to behave like a garbage person while dining out—and maybe in real life.