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Besha Rodell talks about her award-winning article on the cultural significance of the 40 oz, and we hear about Blue Bottle Coffee’s acquisition of Handsome Coffee Roasters. Plus, is the microwave era over?
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From nachos to potato skins, L.A. beer sommelier Christina Perozzi tells us what beers go best with all your favorite Super Bowl snacks.
If you don’t get enough pie at our September 7 contest, there will be more pie to eat – and drink – that day at Ray’s and Stark Bar at the museum.
It’s time for the 2013 LA Craft Beer Crawl in DTLA. Last year’s event sold out quickly so this year an extra day’s been added so you can expand your consumpti..oops I mean knowledge of Craft Beers. Share a story about learning that all beer isn’t mass produced lager. I’ll pick my three favorite stories to each win a pair of tickets! Good Luck! …
Today’s pie makes us sad. Sad that we’re a long way away from pot pie weather.
Then again, we do have air conditioning here at KCRW, and Heather Christo’s Chicken and Guinness Pot Pie is pretty tempting…
It comes from her book Heather Christo’s Generous Table.
Click for the recipe.
We received over 200 comments on our #PieBeer naming contest. Thank you to everyone who participated! After a long pow wow with my friends at The Bruery I have narrowed the submissions down to five candidates. Drum rolllllll…..
We’ve launched a contest to name my pie beer! “Pie Beer?” you ask… “Yes,” I answer. Below is the story of how my pie beer with The Bruery came to pass.
A couple of months ago my pal, Beer Chick, Christina Perozzi suggested that for a summer project we should get into my kitchen and do my first home brew. She suggested I think about what kind of style …
Hi there. I’m Evan and I’ll be your initiator to another fantastic summer of communal pie. We’re now entering our 5th summer of Pie-a-Day. That’s CRAZY! But it’s also super satisfying. That first summer of 2009 all I wanted to do was get better at making pies. So I promised myself (and a few thousand of you) that I would make a pie …