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December 2014 - page 2

20 Awesome Mid-Atlantic Beers To Check Out


1. Embrr Rye Porter, Ithaca Beer Co.; NY


Ithaca, NY
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A cold weather game changer of a beer, Embrr is every bit as rich and tasty as its sonorous name suggests. A true wake up call if you haven’t started packing away your Summer whites yet. Embrr (not a typo!) is brewed with a hefty portion of rye and flaked rye to give this smooth porter a rich chocolaty body and hint of spice. Keep Reading

Top 20 Mid-Atlantic Bakeries


1. Junior’s Restaurant & Cheesecake; Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn, Times Square, Grand Central and Foxwoods, New York, New York
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In 1950, restaurant Founder Harry Rosen and Master Baker Eigel Peterson, created and produced what is now known as the World’s Most Fabulous Cheesecake. The recipe has been part of the Rosen family for three generations. Keep Reading

20 Great East Coast Beers To Try


1. The Shirtless Horseman Russian Imperial Stout, Denizens Brewing Co; MD


1115 E West Hwy, Silver Spring, MD
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This stout has a bold blend of aromas and flavors from the dark malts. Notes of dark chocolate, dark roast coffee, and toffee permeate the complex flavor profile stemming from the ten different malts used in the recipe. Keep Reading

Top 20 Mid-Atlantic BBQ Joints


1. Edley’s Bar-B-Que; Nashville, TN

2706 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37204
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Edley’s Bar-B-Que smokes all meats fresh daily using local White Oak wood. The meat is smoked low and slow. They smoke only enough meat for the day, so it is a first come first serve kind of place. They also prepare eight to ten Southern-style side dishes made from scratch everyday with recipes derived from mothers, grandmothers, nannies and housekeepers. Keep Reading

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