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Summer weekend - ready, set, go!
Your grill is so fresh and so clean (clean). You're chock-a-block full of red-hot grilling tips. You've got a bangin' burger recipe. Nothing could go wrong. Nothing will go wrong.
Juuuuust in case it does, meet our last line of defense: John Stage, the pitmaster and founder of the wildly acclaimed Dinosaur Bar-B-Que.
Onward and upward. Deep breaths. Keep calm and grill on. Remember: You hold the spatula in this relationship.
Five Most Common Grilling Mistakes and How to Fix 'Em: John Stage
"All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt." - Charles M. Schulz
Traveling to beautiful places is already sweet, but the journeys can get decadent if you succumb to the power of chocolate.
Chocolate tourism is big, as luscious bonbons, pralines, pastries, cakes, cookies, mousses and other delights have chocoholics all over the world craving classes and museums devoted to the heavenly food.
You probably already know about Hershey, Pennsylvania; Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco; and other destinations for chocolate-lovers closer to home.
Here are five more decadent spots in Europe for chocolate lovers on CNN Travel.
When he's not too busy connecting people across the universe, Mark Zuckerberg is pursuing a new "personal challenge," as he calls it. "The only meat I'm eating is from animals I've killed myself," says the Facebook founder and CEO.
It's an odd dietary direction for the 27-year-old Internet billionaire, but since he has taken to killing goats, pigs and chickens, "I'm eating a lot healthier foods. And I've learned a lot about sustainable farming and raising of animals," he says. "It's easy to take the food we eat for granted when we can eat good things every day."
Zuckerberg's new goal came to light, not surprisingly, on Facebook. On May 4, Zuckerberg posted a note to the 847 friends on his private page: "I just killed a pig and a goat."
Read Mark Zuckerberg's new challenge: Eating only what he kills (and yes, we do mean literally...)
Remember way back when our Managing Editor Kat spent the day at a pig slaughter on Beekman Farm and then ended up harvesting the innards and whatnot? They were all put to excellent use when Josh Kilmer-Purcell, author, ex-drag queen and co-star of The Fabulous Beekman Boys - not to mention the owner of said pigs - dropped by Kat's home so they could take their maiden sausage making voyage together.
The clip above never made it past The Fabulous Beekman Boys' censors 'cause it's a tad...suggestive, so watch at your own discretion.
Get The Fabulous Beekman Boys' Sausage and Sour Cherry Stuffing recipe at Beekman1802.com
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