Sacre Bleu! The Best French Beers for Thanksgiving May Be Made in America

I’ve said it before (for instance, here) but it bears repeating: Thanksgiving is my favorite American holiday. I love everything about it, from the mythology to the mashed potatoes; from my family’s adherence to our culinary traditions (like this regional requisite) to the outlandish¬†reinterpretations I’ve encountered elsewhere (like this ghastly gallinacean); from the nearly non-secular… Continue reading Sacre Bleu! The Best French Beers for Thanksgiving May Be Made in America

Who Cares What the Calendar Says, It’s Time to Think (and Drink) Spring

A few weeks ago, a well-known and storied prognosticator delivered yet another of his dire predictions about the condition of the world as we know it.¬† We will be locked in a state of stagnation, he said, a period characterized by frozen assets, low averages, and very little growth. Moreover, he gauged, this predicament would… Continue reading Who Cares What the Calendar Says, It’s Time to Think (and Drink) Spring