A look at what we're reading, clicking, and cooking this week.
By adding Spanish cedar — the type of wood synonymous with cigar boxes — to their brew, craft beer newbies, Cigar City Brewing, have created a surprisingly innovative new beer that tastes remarkably close to a Cuban cigar. USA Today
• Put to use the end of season abundance of summer squash by cooking them up in a fresh and bright lemon risotto. NY Times
• Mosquitoes got you itching to ditch outdoor dining events this time of year? Well go ahead and have another cocktail because It turns out that booze might just be a natural repellent. Food Republic
• Even though the weather's cooling down and hot drinks will soon be warming our hands, there's still time to enjoy a few more cups of iced coffee. And it's not too late to learn how to cold-brew it yourself! Kosher Camembert
• With fresh corn flooding the farmers markets, these versatile corn pancakes are perfect for any meal. Smother them with guacamole, fresh salsa and sour cream for a savory dish, or coat them in molasses and butter for a sweet treat. Closet Cooking
• Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but these incredible egg sandwiches will have you fueled up anytime of day. Serious Eats
Sure, aged gouda pairs perfectly with a nice cabernet sauvignon, and a stinky Stilton balances nicely with a sweet port wine — but what happens when a double cream like Brillat-Savarin is paired with Emily Dickinson? Cheese and Poetry