Things not to Eat with Alcohol

Things not to Eat with Alcohol

So there are people who make rookie mistakes while drinking and then there are people who repeat those rookie mistakes and those are the worst kind. When we are talking about mistakes, we are referring to the type of food that you are not supposed to have when you are...
Pairing Food with Whiskey

Pairing Food with Whiskey

We think tequila and beer are for the kid and Whiskey is for the man. We are not starting this on a sexist note; we are just trying to make a point. Whiskey cannot be chugged like beer or taken in shots; well it can, but it is better taken on the rocks and sipped....
Pairing Food with Vodka

Pairing Food with Vodka

The biggest reason some people give up alcohol is because they want a super fit body and to a large extent they are right, alcohol does add extra pounds. Of all the alcohol, vodka is your safest bet to maintain your love for alcohol and to maintain your diet to get...
Pairing Food with Rum

Pairing Food with Rum

Rum is one of the standout drinks on the planet. Even though there is tough competition among light coloured and dark coloured alcohol rages on. Rum is definitely loved by a lot of people and is quite often the intermediary level between vodka and whiskey. Some people...
Pairing Food with Beer

Pairing Food with Beer

Beer is one of the must drink things for most people. It has gained and sustained popularity because of its price and taste. Food has always been around the compliment the type of liquor you have and there are certain foods that are perfect for Beer by enhancing the...

Foods to have while you are drunk

Almost everybody has had a bad hangover the day after getting sloshed the night before. The coolness of the whole drinking things ends as soon as you wake up and rush to the bathroom to puke your guts out. Having a hangover is the worst sensation in the world and it...
Classic Food and Alcohol Pairing

Classic Food and Alcohol Pairing

Bourbon and Picked Vegetables Bourbon is a niche drink and is enjoyed by a few compared to the popularity that whiskey and rum have. The thing is that there are not a lot of things that can be paired with Bourbon, but pickled vegetables and bourbon have silently...