Omnivore - The Hash: Second Self's Bleeding Heart, hangover-free liquor, and more

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SLIMY YET SATISFYING: Just because it's good for you doesn't mean it looks good...or tastes good.

It's cold. Like, really cold. Warm up with red velvet hot chocolate – cake included – or a slow cooker concoction, such as beer cheese soup or chipotle white bean chicken chowder.

El Chapo's taco craving really was partially responsible for his recapture.

Second Self's Bleeding Heart amber ale, made with Tanzanian cocoa nibs and Madagascar vanilla, is back for Valentine's Day. The lovers' brew evokes red velvet notes and pours pink. Sister brew "Old Heart," a bourbon barrel-aged version, is also out in with limited availability.

Add pimento cheese and bacon grilled cheese sandwiches, serrano ham and manchego croquetas, or cheesy sausage dip to the menu for the conference championships or Super Bowl Sunday.

The Pyonyang Times is reporting that the first ever hangover-proof liquor, Koryo Liquor, has been distilled in North Korea.

Starchy water from freshly cooked pasta may be the most important and most neglected pasta preparation tool.