Alibi V.28 No.14 • April 4-10, 2019 
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Know Your Ingredients

The Internet Idiot’s Cooking Guide

Quit sharing your garbage meals on social media

Much like a car accident, it’s hard to look away from food disasters on the internet.
Chef Eric McBride is full of talent and personality.
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Chef du Jour

Celtic Cuisine With A Side Of History

Eric McBride is well-known for a reason

Dan Pennington attends a NM Renaissance Celtic Festival masquerade ball fundraiser and enjoys a full four-course traditional Celtic meal made by chef Eric McBride.
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Weekly Specials

Coming up, there's the Taste of Nob Hill, 505 Food Fight, Hempowered Pineapple Gose limited release and possible market interference which would result in higher prices on fruits and veggies.
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Training Days

Lil' Rudies Baking Camp

This week-long camp full of baking and decorating keeps the kiddos entertained while teaching valuable baking skills straight from the professionals.
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Let's Get Cheesy!

Beer and Grilled Cheese Pairing with Cheesy Street

Get excited about pairing two of the greatest things in American cuisine with a flight of four beers and four mini-grilled cheeses.

Chowtown Restaurant Guide

A Taste of Thailand

At some point down the line Thai food became synonymous with comfort food for me. It was my family’s favorite dining out cuisine when I was young, and now I have a lot of good nostalgia wrapped up in the smell of lemongrass and curry. Tom kha gai, papaya salad and pad see ew are my go-to orders when I’m sick or just craving something warming and familiar, so I’ve visited most of the Thai spots in town to find some of my favorites of each. That GrubHub bill is getting a little out of control at this point, honestly.

Here’s a few of my favorite spots to order Thai in the Duke City. May they bring you many spicy tears and great evenings.

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