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This Frozen Drink Embraces Bartending’s Recent Past, As Well As Its Future
The so-called Penichillin is the star drink at a casual Brooklyn bar run by a team of very serious cocktail experts.
‘World’s Most Expensive’ Scoop of Ice Cream Honestly Sounds
Truffles and saffron and vanilla? Maybe not.
This Restaurant Charges Extra for Clear Ice in Its Cocktails
“It’s worth it.”
Some Guy Was Arrested at Dairy Queen Trying to Sell Human Brains
David Charles was arrested December 16 with six jars of brains, some weed, and a pipe.
Watch a Kaleidoscope of Daiquiris Pouring in New Orleans
Gallon jugs of the stuff.
Freeze Out: The Crackdown on Liquid Nitrogen Cocktails Begins in England
The U.K. Health Minister says the bars have been warned.
Girl Scout Cookie Season May Be Over, But World Domination Looms
It’s been a banner year for Tagalongs and Thin Mints in particular.
The Chain Gang
7-Eleven Plans to Take Over Basically Every Deli in New York
The enormous deli chain plans to open 20 new locations per year for the next five years.
Watch Out, Big Gay: Duane Reade Is Launching a ‘Freezee’ Station
It’s like Tasti D-lite with a toilet paper aisle.
Death and Robbery Won’t Stop Jim’s Steaks; Scientists Explain Brain
Plus: Five, possibly six, of the eight species of tuna are at the risk of extinction; and Sinatra liked his Jack Daniels, all in our morning news roundup.
Lovin’ Spoonfuls Donation Count at 40,000; Finally, What You Need to Know About
Plus low-cal Starbucks meals and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Queen Frostine Makes Ice-Cream-Truck Jingle Tolerable
See Genevieve “Punky B” Belleveau perform the “Ice Cream Girl” song off her truck.