It happens, even to—some would say, especially to—culinary experts. Chefs keep weird hours. The work is hard and the nights are late. Plus there’s the inherent sense of community found both intra- and inter-restaurant. A late night, lots of friends, a sense of relief. But moonlight pleasure becomes early morning pain; chefs get hangovers, too. The difference is, they know what to whip up to ease the headaches, nausea, and grogginess. Some treatments are good for you, others contain tequila. All 14 of them are purported to work.
‘Tis the season for over-eating! While the leftovers from Thanksgiving might be gone, indulging in too much food, too many helpings of desserts, and a few too many cocktails may have left you feeling sluggish and bloated. So if you’re pants are feeling a little too tight and you haven’t bounced back from the Thanksgiving […]