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For soda, the genie is out of the bottle

A small group of modern soda jerks (they wear the term proudly) are trying to change that. Places like Blueplate, the Franklin Fountain in Philadelphia and the Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain are leading a revival that is bringing up-to-date culinary values — seasonal, house-made, ripe, local — to ice… [Continue]

Jumping the Shark

The idiom “jumping the shark” is defined as the moment in time when a creative effort moves beyond the essential qualities that initially defined its success and progresses into absurdity. The publication of “The Sorcerer of Shaken & Stirred” by the New York Times is a perfect example… [Continue]

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.@EatThisNotThat Hydration while drinking simply requires more water between alcoholic drinks. Very simple, but highly effective.
.@EatThisNotThat that study is from 1970, it's really dated and old. Trying searching Pubmed ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed
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.@EatThisNotThat potassium salts don't keep you hydrated and fructose doesn't help metabolize alcohol. #badinfo
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