'The Big Chill' house is for sale, Nuns making cheesecake and a 330-foot fall captured on video

Posted by Patrick Donohue on March 12, 2013 


The New York Times wrote about a convent of nuns in Upstate New York making some of the best cheesecake around.


The Times' David Itzkoff wrote a charming -- if not short -- profile on comedian Gilbert Gottfried.


The Beaufort house featured in "The Big Chill" is for sale for a cool $4.5 million, Erin Moody writes in today's Gazette.


Food & Wine's Kristin Donnelly compiled an interesting list of innovative pasta recipes, including one for Italian ramen.


Do the Irish feel compelled to drink Guinness on St. Patrick's Day?


Speaking of Guinness, Food Republic has a list of 11 things you probably didn't know about the world's most famous stout.


Rene Redzepi and Noma blamed for more than 60 diners getting really, really sick.


Chefs like Edward Lee, Eric Ripert and even Charleston's Mike Lata share their daily rituals with Food & Wine.


What the heck are sprinkles made out of?


The Beatles secretary, Freda Kelly, talks about working for the Fab Four in a new documentary that debuted this weekend at SXSW.


Some details about Marc Maron's new show on IFC.


Don't troll a boxer on Twitter. Just don't do it. 


Sad news: The Washington Post's iconic TV critic Lisa de Moraes is leaving


Does drinking after a workout affect recovery?


What it's like to fall 330 feet down the side of a mountain in Wales? Surprisingly, this guy only suffered a broken ankle.


The New York Times has the story of the promotional poster for the upcoming season of Mad Men and the man who drew it

 

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