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Originally published at The Green Man Review! Who doesn’t love it when someone brings strange flavors of KitKats to a party? NO I’M NOT THE ONLY ONE. Friends either coming back from Japan, or hitting up the local cool Asian … Continue reading
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted one of my brew reviews. Because I forget. So… Originally published at The Green Man Review! What do you get when two great Pennsylvania tastes decide to mix it up? You get a fantastic … Continue reading
A little something for All Saints Day… Originally published in 2003 at The Green Man Review! Ghosts. You can’t live with ’em, you can’t just throw ’em out on the street. Jim and Sara Evers are husband and wife. They … Continue reading
This piece original published at The Green Man Review! All hail the spice! Pumpkin everything is the rule of the day this time of year, and I’m all for it. Give me my pumpkin donuts, pumpkin pies, spicy roasted pumpkin, … Continue reading
Originally published at The Green Man Review! Sam Adams has changed up their Summer Ale for the first time in 23 years. If you think I’m passing up a chance to give it a sip-see, you’re crazy. And you’re not … Continue reading
Originally published at The Green Man Review! “Oh lord, keep me safe from harm. Oh lord, keep me safe from my skin” This is a first novel? Wow. Absolutely stunning. Feels a bit like Shirley Jackson’s We Have Always Lived in the … Continue reading
Originally published at The Green Man Review! A look behind the kitchen door, into the world of restaurants, chefs and what it takes to thrive in this business, Agg’s unflinching look at her life feels like a master class in … Continue reading