I’m beginning to think that the Lincoln brand is a lot like a cat. That is to say, there have been several times in recent memory when it looked like the brand was going to be killed off, only to have it resurge with seemingly endless lives...Read More »
For Porsche, the future is electrifying. And in order to look to its future, it had to look into its past.
The first vehicle built by founder Ferdinand Porsche was an electric car back in 1898 called the P1. It had a range of 79...Read More »
Hyundai’s current lineup includes a fairly substantial 11 models and that doesn’t include the different variants of the same model such as the electrified version of the Kona or the high performance N version of the Veloster. On...Read More »
I think this is the first time I’ve ever started a pick-up truck review with the interior, but it needs to be acknowledged that this is one of the nicest interiors I’ve experienced in a long time.
I’ve driven fully...Read More »
A couple of years back I noticed a problem for Cadillac: they had very few crossover/SUV offerings in their lineup and far too many sedans and coupes. For someone like me, that isn’t a problem. I love sedans, hatchbacks, wagons, coupes...Read More »
It’s really nice when auto manufacturers actually listen to feedback from customers and so called auto critics such as myself.
For decades we’ve been touting the Corolla as being an excellent choice for a student or your...Read More »
In many ways, I think the current Tiguan is worse than the previous generation. It’s slower, less nimble, more tuned for comfort than performance and generally doesn’t stir much emotion.
However, the new recipe for the...Read More »
The other day I was all gung-ho to make parmesan tuiles. The recipe was from a trusted name in the cooking industry but as I was dishing out the ingredients, something inside me was saying the quantities, oven temperature and method seemed...Read More »
Adobo is a sauce that is indigenous to the Philippines. When the Spanish colonists settled in the Philippines during the 16th century, they saw this traditional Filipino cooking method and called it adobo (from the Spanish word adobar,...Read More »
The entertaining season is just around the corner! Christmas is in 47 days and now is a good time to think about what you’ll serve at your next soirée. I have my go-to finger foods but I always incorporate a few new ones...Read More »