To ensure you don't scare your date away during your Valentine's Day dinner, researchers say to drink a glass of milk with garlicky foods.
Tuesday, February 12
Are you planning on taking your sweetie to a romantic dinner for Valentine’s Day? To avoid garlic breath, researchers say to grab a glass of milk. The Institute of Food Technologists reports that drinking milk while eating food filled with garlic can cut down on the bad breath commonly linked with the food. The news source says whole milk does the trick better than reduced fat options, and drinking the beverage with the meal is proven more effective than drinking milk afterwards.
We demonstrate how to make a classy cocktail from the cheapest ingredients known to man.
Welcome to Dollar Store Drinks! This week we were going to make you something classy, but the Internet had other plans. We visited the Dollar Tree at 785 West Golf Road in Des Plaines and picked up some surprisingly good ingredients. You can make this classy looking cocktail at home for only $3 in mixers. You’ll need: 1 box Gingersnaps Whatever juice you have in the house 2 shots Rum 1.5 shots Yoo-Hoo ½ shot Hazelnut Syrup First, put a handful of the Gingersnaps into a plastic bag and press all the air out. Now put that into a second plastic bag just to make sure you don’t end up with crumbs everywhere. It doesn’t really matter how you turn it into flour. I chose to beat the heck out of the Gingersnaps with a can of pineapple chunks. It’s …