Introducing Your Anti-Resolutions
It’s like clockwork. Almost like Groundhog Day. At the end of each year, you (okay, we) overindulge, only to pay the price with short-lived resolutions come the new year. Herewith, the indulgences to make it all worthwhile...
Hops Salt French Fries
So yeah, french fries aren’t that indulgent these days. But if you’re in a beer-obsessed bar and you so happen to find fries that are seasoned with a concoction of pulverized salt and hops, well, you’d be crazy not to order them. How many rounds is up to you.
White Truffle Madeira Flip
It’s hard to believe that one drink could knock at least three resolutions out of the park. But after a few rounds of this $35 Madeira, maple syrup, egg and truffle cocktail, you’ll kick saving money, staying fit and maintaining sobriety to the curb. Believe it.
Whole Beast Dinner at Bluestem
Essentially, you and five friends will pick a whole beast—hog, lamb or goat—and gracefully devour it in three different ways (paired with three different wines). Then, take some of the animal home in the form of housemade charcuterie. And while you’re at it, throw any semblance of moderation out the door.
Next year, you’ll dutifully stay within a reasonable range of the speed limit. Except this once: when you slip behind the wheel of a Formula 3 race car that’ll easily hit triple-digit speeds and corner at up to three G’s. If you break the sound barrier, you might consider easing off the gas...