Posted // June 18,2013 Everyone has encountered old, mystery chocolate. Sometimes it’s leftover Halloween candy from three years ago. Sometimes it’s a hardly recognizable M&M found in an old coat pocket. And sometimes, as is the case with archaeologists in southern Utah, it’s over 1,300 years old and is found in a stash of ancient pottery.
Posted // June 10,2013 Because the only way to figure out which state is the best is by its beer, The New Yorker created an interactive map that breaks down all the breweries and how each state performs in different categories, like annual production, production growth and largest breweries. The results are pretty surprising.
Posted // May 22,2013 Although France's Chateauneuf-du-Pape appellation is known primarily for its rich, luscious red wines, I'm a big fan of its lesser-known whites.