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  • Mostafij Tuhin
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Food identity in Italy's Emilia-Romagna

    Food identity in Italy's Emilia-Romagna

  • Erin Jones-Wesley
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Community is Crucial

    Community is Crucial

    I live in Santa Monica, on the Westside of Los Angeles, which basically means anything that makes me get on the freeway has to be very, very important because I just genuinely LOVE my neighborhood.
  • Claire Amy Handscombe
    Published about 11 hours ago
    How to Make a Cup of Tea, the Proper British Way

    How to Make a Cup of Tea, the Proper British Way

    It is a truth acknowledged by all but the most stubborn Brits that there is is very little that a cup of tea can’t fix, or at the very least make slightly better. And since most of us are in need of soothing at the moment, might I recommend this ancient remedy?
  • Tiff2taste
    Published about 14 hours ago
    Bosscat Kitchen & Libations

    Bosscat Kitchen & Libations

    Bosscat Kitchen & Libations in Newport Beach is the perfect place to brunch like a boss! A whiskey bar with a menu full of Southern elements to pair with. In 2019 Bosscat Kitchen & Libations was awarded, "Best Brunch in OC" by the Golden Foodie Awards. While lines around Bosscat every Sunday morning are all the proof we need regarding its brunch devotion -- the comfort food with exciting new twists and personable hospitality is what keeps customers coming back for more. With a very unique menu serving from sweet to savory, creative creations by Chef Peter Petro combines good ol' American comfort food with contemporary flavors and cooking techniques. Their exciting brunch menu has gems such as The Fruity Pebble French Toast, Nutella S'mores Pancake, The Donut Burger, and many more! All creations are well thought out with a personal touch to each dish. For example, the Nutella S'mores Pancake was born from Chef Petro's childhood memory of being on the beach at night making s' mores by the fire. It's made with a sweet cream pancake batter with a gram cracker sauce, some Nutella maple syrup, topped with toasted marshmallows torched to perfection. Another innovative dish offered is The Donut Burger, which is a beef patty, cheese, bacon, an over-easy fried egg, all in a donut -- how could you go wrong?! People have driven for hours to come and try the famous brunch dish, The Fruity Pebbles French Toast and anyone who orders this dish is guaranteed to have some crazy brunch content to add to their feed. Instead of simple maple syrup, Chef Petro wanted to find a more creative way to serve french toast all while showcasing Fruitty Pebble's fantastic colors by using sweet condensed milk. This dish is also topped off with bacon bits to give you a taste of both savory and sweet all in one bite. Lastly garnished with some fresh berries to really bring the experience full circle. 
  • Adrian Praljak
    Published a day ago
    What Veganism and Environmentalism Have In Common and Is It Possible To Convert Others to a Vegan Lifestyle?

    What Veganism and Environmentalism Have In Common and Is It Possible To Convert Others to a Vegan Lifestyle?

    A lot of people want to go vegan because it is something they believe lines up with their morals. They are against cruelty toward animals and want to do something meaningful that will contribute to their liberation or to a better and more humane treatment during their lives in the factory farms where most of them are raised. This can be a very noble and worthy goal, but there is more to it than that.
  • Adrian Praljak
    Published a day ago
    Don’t Be Tricked By Snake-Oil Salesmen: How to Beware of Greenwashing and Creating Meal Plans That Work

    Don’t Be Tricked By Snake-Oil Salesmen: How to Beware of Greenwashing and Creating Meal Plans That Work

    Most of us have never heard the term “greenwashing.” In fact, it seems a little bit strange. What is greenwashing and why is it something to be wary of?
Staff Picks
  • Ritalu
    Published 5 days ago
    A Little Piece of Vegan Heaven: Clementine Bakery

    A Little Piece of Vegan Heaven: Clementine Bakery

    I moved to Brooklyn just over 3 years ago, and I'm not exaggerating when I say that I go to Clementine maybe three times a week—every week. This tiny bakery near my apartment in Clinton Hill has become my neighborhood staple. I never expected to find "my neighborhood spot" so soon after moving to the area, but it truly was love at first bite (you'll have to try their wraps—or anything really, to understand what I mean!)
  • David Wyld
    Published 5 days ago
    The Post-COVID-19 Business World - Part 2: Restaurants

    The Post-COVID-19 Business World - Part 2: Restaurants

    NOTE: In the first article in this series (The Post-COVID-19 Business World — Part 1: Overview), we sketched out the very changed world that all of us are living through presently as we cope, both individually and as a society, to the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic. We set the stage for examining how the business world in general will change in what will be the post-pandemic environment to come (and yes, it will!). We believe that it is critical that companies across the board, from the largest corporations to small, local businesses develop strategies to succeed in the post-pandemic environment.
  • Misha Alsleben
    Published 6 days ago
    Recipes That Make Your Groceries Go Further

    Recipes That Make Your Groceries Go Further

    Grocery budgets can be stressful , but I think they are especially stressful in the event of a emergency.
  • Lisa Ikin
    Published 8 days ago
    What The Flip!

    What The Flip!

    He has been told by a former employee that Gordon Ramsay has nothing on him and he has been known to use some slightly dodgy methods to further the cause of a suburban market but “What The Flip’s” owner and operator, Islam is a warm, intelligent and empathetic human being with nothing but the community’s best interests at heart.
  • Arlee Maxwell
    Published 15 days ago
    Unpopular opinion: Vegetables are better than dessert

    Unpopular opinion: Vegetables are better than dessert

    Long ago when we were each a young child, I’m willing to bet you heard your parents trying to bribe you to eat vegetables by threatening you with the loss of dessert? I myself have done this many times as a parent, have you? This common strategy may backfire and increase your child's resistance to eating vegetables or other healthy foods. As a child I remember hating vegetables not giving them a chance, because of being forced to eat them just so I could eat my cake too. It has instilled it into our brains that dessert is better than vegetables that’s for sure. As I got older I realized how many vegetables I use to turn my nose up at that I actually enjoy and prefer over any type of sweets or desserts. So here I am with my unpopular opinion to many and ready to debunk that dessert are better than your veggies.
  • Alyson Lewis
    Published 15 days ago
    7 drinks, 7 days: caffeine edition

    7 drinks, 7 days: caffeine edition

    No one asked me to do this. I didn’t need to do it for any specific reason, except I was preparing to be in my house for a long, indeterminable amount of time and decided to make it interesting. I tried these 7 energy drinks over the course of the last 7 days. I’ve never had any of them before this, so here are my first impressions of each, along with a rating out of 10. Enjoy!
Featured Collections
Celebrities
  • Jen S
    Published 3 months ago
    Celebrity Place

    Celebrity Place

    You ever been to a place owned or run by a celebrity? Like the Wahlburgers and their famous pretty awesome burgers?
  • Brendan Blowers
    Published 8 months ago
    What Anthony Bourdain Left Behind

    What Anthony Bourdain Left Behind

    Anthony Bourdain lived many lives in his too-brief 61 years on this planet.
  • Edward Anderson
    Published 8 months ago
    Valerie Bertinelli Is My Mortal Enemy

    Valerie Bertinelli Is My Mortal Enemy

    Like Florine Mark before her, Valerie Bertinelli is on my list. It's an exclusive list of two people—well, it used to be three but Kesha has redeemed herself in my eyes. Also like Florine, Valerie has no idea who I am and doesn't care that I'm unhappy with her.
Cuisine
  • Mostafij Tuhin
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Food identity in Italy's Emilia-Romagna
  • Claire Amy Handscombe
    Published about 11 hours ago
    How to Make a Cup of Tea, the Proper British Way

    How to Make a Cup of Tea, the Proper British Way

    It is a truth acknowledged by all but the most stubborn Brits that there is is very little that a cup of tea can’t fix, or at the very least make slightly better. And since most of us are in need of soothing at the moment, might I recommend this ancient remedy?
  • Don Anderson II
    Published a day ago
    Cravings I Deal With

    Cravings I Deal With

    Not gonna lie, I like food but I don't like food enough to call myself a foodie. However, I do have certain times where I can go for a certain kind of food so I tend to get cravings which is kind of funny to me because I'm a guy and women usually get cravings more when they're pregnant. I'm not saying that guys shouldn't have cravings but it's probably easier to accept when a woman is craving something.
Diy
  • Samantha Wilson
    Published 12 days ago
    What our Gardens Should Look Like After 2020

    What our Gardens Should Look Like After 2020

    While we couldn’t have foreseen the exact circumstances that led to the current breakdown of society as we know it, I guess we all have been warned that this type of disaster could happen at any time.
  • Sarah Beattie
    Published 13 days ago
    Honey on Pizza, Salt on Watermelon and Chocolate Cover Potato Chips

    Honey on Pizza, Salt on Watermelon and Chocolate Cover Potato Chips

    Kids and pregnant women come up with the weirdest food combination. However, when kids do it, its a joke to see who could come up with the weirdest combination. In the seats of the cafeteria, they find themselves daring each other to try each new strange concoction. Some of them are pretty good, others are really really gross.
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published 21 days ago
    Unique Dessert Ingredients

    Unique Dessert Ingredients

    Desserts are a great way to bring friends and family together for a sweet treat. They bring joy and comfort with their deliciousness. For bakers who feel they are getting a bit bored with doing the same old thing or for more bakers with adventurous palettes, there are fun takes that you can take on traditional desserts to spice them up and add some excitement to your typical routine. Consider swapping these ingredients for some additional zest to your baking routine.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Cecil Pulley
    Published 12 days ago
    More People Should be Eating Ramen with Kraft Singles

    More People Should be Eating Ramen with Kraft Singles

    Imagine this. You're an American kid in the mid-2000's, halfway through your second grade year. You were looking forward to a weekend of scooter-ing around your local cul-de-sac but tragically, a cold has left you bedridden and woebegone. You stare out your bedroom window, longing to join your neighbors outside. But alas! You have a headache, a slight fever and a sore throat. You may as well be dead.
  • Billy Clarke
    Published 14 days ago
    Unpopular Opinion: The Best Tea in the World

    Unpopular Opinion: The Best Tea in the World

    There are many different ways to make a cup of tea. What on the surface looks like a simple set of instructions has spawned a plethora of different styles and preferences. You can have whole milk, skimmed milk, oat milk, no milk, 1 sugar, 2 sugars, 100 sugars, or none, and so much more. Indeed many people have many differing tastes when it comes to preparing tea, but there is one particular method, unlike the others, that is universally frowned upon. It is considered taboo, a strict no-no. This method would only be found in the forbidden section of the Hogwarts library.
  • Gabrielle LaFontaine
    Published 15 days ago
    Why Coffee is Just Okay

    Why Coffee is Just Okay

    Let’s get one thing straight: I don’t like coffee.
Healthy
History
  • Lady Sunday
    Published 24 days ago
    St. Patrick's Day

    St. Patrick's Day

    I absolutely did NOT eat this traditional St. Patrick's Day meal growing up. I was a picky eater and went through a couple years as a vegetarian. My grandmother and grandfather frequently ate out and ordered this. After I learned to drive, my grandmother and I went out to eat and she indulged in Irish coffee with her lunch, but I did not fully appreciate this food until my late teen years. Now I love it! My son's birthday falls a couple days before this favorite Irish Holiday of mine and I have always tried to buy all the cool Irish things I could! Between his birthday and until the end of May, I love my Irish and Mardi Gras themed party stuff! I actually have my birthday and my other sons birthday in May, so I just spend a lot of time between March first and May planning, buying, and eating! I can be totally honest about myself...I'm a foodie! In the worst sense. This love includes anything Mediterranean, South American, French, Italian, desserts from anywhere in the world, American Chinese is one of our favorites and they keep coming up with new dishes all the time! I don't think I could handle the traditional Chinese or Japanese foods. I tried Sushi as a child, since one of my babysitters was Japanese, and I still like to try new foods. But if something new is too unusual, I will try anything vegan, stick with rice, and I won't try anything with fish or meat...I'm picky still. But of course, then there is this traditional Irish meal I love every year!
  • Danny Kane
    Published 2 months ago
    Food that Conquered the world; Spartan Black Broth
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 2 months ago
    Beitzah,(Roasted Hard-boiled eggs) is part of the Passover Seder
How To
  • Daniel Goldman
    Published 4 days ago
    Meet Buster II, my new Sourdough Starter

    Meet Buster II, my new Sourdough Starter

    This bread was the first loaf I that I made with Buster II, my new sourdough starter. Why Buster II? When I was going to college, I made a starter named Buster. I have no idea why I named them Buster honestly, except that I consider a sourdough sponge to be very much a pet.
  • ASHLEY SMITH
    Published 7 days ago
    Eating during corona virus on a budget

    Eating during corona virus on a budget

    One of the problems many will face over coming weeks and months is feeding and eating on a reduced budget and with reduced supplies. For example feeding kids that would normally eat at school. I will try and share some things I have done when money has been tight and mix it with good ideas I have seen shared on line.
  • Samantha Wilson
    Published 10 days ago
    How To Make 2 Ingredient Oat Milk In Desperate Times.

    How To Make 2 Ingredient Oat Milk In Desperate Times.

    As the coronavirus sweeps the globe, affecting life as we know it, we are in the midst of panic buying, where the shelves of our stores may have been wiped clean of basic provisions.
List
  • John Axley
    Published a day ago
    10 best foods for your skin

    10 best foods for your skin

    Proper hydration has many positive effects such as helping your skin look fresh and young as well as regulating blood flow to your heart and brain. It can also boost mood, alertness, memory and productivity in the short term.
  • Kayla Hakimian
    Published 2 days ago
    Top 10 Trader Joe's Snacks You Need For This Quarantine

    Top 10 Trader Joe's Snacks You Need For This Quarantine

    If anyone is a snack queen it is me. I know it is bad but you can truly find me snacking, especially during this quarantine at all hours of the day, I mean it, literally 24/7! For those of you who are just like me, you probably know how bad it is to snack all the time! Especially if the snacks you are eating are very bad, you can gain weight, break out in pimples and more, but there is an alternative, and that is what I am here to give you now. You know those one of a kind snacks you can only get at one place that are your favorite? That place for me is Trader Joe’s. Walking in there is like walking into Disneyland for me, and I couldn’t help but find myself buying the same yummy addicting yet a little more healthy (or so I like to make myself believe) snacks over and over again once or twice a week. The staff there are so nice, they give out samples of anything you want, and they are always clean. The lines usually move quickly and I literally am always smiling when shopping there. While all the food there is super yummy, what has attracted me most have been the snacks that they sell there. They are all delicious and healthier than most snacks and honestly when I eat them I genuinely feel better than when I eat other snacks. Being there so often has had my friends and family wondering what is there that I love so much and they’ve asked me to share those things and reasons with them multiple times so I figured why not share them with you too?
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 11 days ago
    Foods For Your Immune System

    Foods For Your Immune System

    As being quarantined in the house isn't overwhelming, you have to make sure you take care of yourself. As eight hours of sleep and three balanced meals can be essential to live a healthy lifestyle, your body needs more than breakfast and a gym routine.
Organic
  • Devgad Mango
    Published 8 days ago
    Why is Devgad Alphonso the Best Compared to Other Mango Varieties?

    Why is Devgad Alphonso the Best Compared to Other Mango Varieties?

    Mangoes, as we know, are the kings of all fruits and the national fruit of India. There are around 1500 varieties of mangoes- that have different shapes, textures, and colors. Although, the best variety hails from a little village in Devgad that is situated in the west part of India in the Konkan Belt.
  • Reuben Salsa
    Published about a month ago
    Unpopular Opinion: Lettuce Tastes Like Wet Grass

    Unpopular Opinion: Lettuce Tastes Like Wet Grass

    Don’t be fooled by the Lovers of Lettuce Society. There may be a myriad of varieties to consume, but every single piece tastes like wet grass.
  • Penny Blake
    Published 6 months ago
    Eat Wild

    Eat Wild

    Foraging for wild food can have many benefits. Besides being an enjoyable hobby and a good excuse to get out and enjoy a productive walk in the fresh air, it can save you money on your grocery bill, and give your health a boost, because wild foods often contain more nutrients than those grown in intensive farming conditions.
Product Review
  • Alyson Lewis
    Published a day ago
    Koios Review

    Koios Review

    I’m always intrigued by drinks that claim to do “more” for me. Nearly every drink is boasting some kind of functionality now—every beverage is required to “do” something. Water can’t just be water anymore. Soda can’t just be soda.
  • Georgette Smith
    Published 13 days ago
    Unpopular Opinion: Sweet Tea is Overrated!

    Unpopular Opinion: Sweet Tea is Overrated!

    Try living in the south where everyone is a major fan of Sweet Tea. At least five times a day, you will be guaranteed to hear something along the lines of, “let me get a Sweet Tea with that order”. The phrase never gets old. I moved to Atlanta, Ga. towards the end of 2017. Before that, I was living in good ol’ Cape Cod, Ma. We ate Cape Cod potato chips and drank Nantucket Nectars. Atlanta, was a huge culture shock, but definitely a place I had to experience.
  • Alyson Lewis
    Published 15 days ago
    7 drinks, 7 days: caffeine edition

    7 drinks, 7 days: caffeine edition

    No one asked me to do this. I didn’t need to do it for any specific reason, except I was preparing to be in my house for a long, indeterminable amount of time and decided to make it interesting. I tried these 7 energy drinks over the course of the last 7 days. I’ve never had any of them before this, so here are my first impressions of each, along with a rating out of 10. Enjoy!
Recipe
  • Phoenixx Fyre Dean
    Published 2 days ago
    Ruction Repast

    Ruction Repast

    We are living in trying times, and for some it can be really scary. Families are often faced with making a decision between putting food on the table or purchasing medication or enough fuel to make it to work. To add insult to an already injured budget, families that have budgets that have long included the school system feeding each child two meals a day, five days per week, can no longer claim that security. Companies are laying off their employees or are closing all together, leaving many without jobs and uncertain futures.
  • Ada Zuba
    Published 3 days ago
    Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

    Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

    I love to bake. It is one of my hobbies. I like to stand in the kitchen and look up a recipe and then make it my own. A lot of people claim that their chocolate chip cookies are the best, but I think my cookies are pretty good and very edible. I am not a cookie connoisseur or anyone that knows anything about food, but the cookies that I make turn out great every time. I am not saying that they are to die for, but I think about my own chocolate chip cookies a lot. I crave them a lot as well. I am a big food fanatic and cookies are one of the favorite things to make. I had a really hard time finding a recipe that fits my liking, so with a few adjustments I found the perfect recipe that works for me.
  • Smoke and Slate
    Published 3 days ago
    Puff Pastry Tarts

    Puff Pastry Tarts

    This is the easiest way to make good looking food for any occasion, it couldn't be easier, it comes half made! It's basically delicious cheating. Even I can make it and I don't know my arse from my elbow. So get off your elbows and make this tasty morsel (worst joke ever).
Restaurants
  • Erin Jones-Wesley
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Community is Crucial

    Community is Crucial

    I live in Santa Monica, on the Westside of Los Angeles, which basically means anything that makes me get on the freeway has to be very, very important because I just genuinely LOVE my neighborhood.
  • Tiff2taste
    Published about 14 hours ago
    Bosscat Kitchen & Libations

    Bosscat Kitchen & Libations

    Bosscat Kitchen & Libations in Newport Beach is the perfect place to brunch like a boss! A whiskey bar with a menu full of Southern elements to pair with. In 2019 Bosscat Kitchen & Libations was awarded, "Best Brunch in OC" by the Golden Foodie Awards. While lines around Bosscat every Sunday morning are all the proof we need regarding its brunch devotion -- the comfort food with exciting new twists and personable hospitality is what keeps customers coming back for more. With a very unique menu serving from sweet to savory, creative creations by Chef Peter Petro combines good ol' American comfort food with contemporary flavors and cooking techniques. Their exciting brunch menu has gems such as The Fruity Pebble French Toast, Nutella S'mores Pancake, The Donut Burger, and many more! All creations are well thought out with a personal touch to each dish. For example, the Nutella S'mores Pancake was born from Chef Petro's childhood memory of being on the beach at night making s' mores by the fire. It's made with a sweet cream pancake batter with a gram cracker sauce, some Nutella maple syrup, topped with toasted marshmallows torched to perfection. Another innovative dish offered is The Donut Burger, which is a beef patty, cheese, bacon, an over-easy fried egg, all in a donut -- how could you go wrong?! People have driven for hours to come and try the famous brunch dish, The Fruity Pebbles French Toast and anyone who orders this dish is guaranteed to have some crazy brunch content to add to their feed. Instead of simple maple syrup, Chef Petro wanted to find a more creative way to serve french toast all while showcasing Fruitty Pebble's fantastic colors by using sweet condensed milk. This dish is also topped off with bacon bits to give you a taste of both savory and sweet all in one bite. Lastly garnished with some fresh berries to really bring the experience full circle. 
  • NT MEDIA
    Published 3 days ago
    Cov-19 and Restaurants
Travel
  • Lexie Palasciano
    Published 3 days ago
    Mediterranean Restaurants You Just Can’t Miss

    Mediterranean Restaurants You Just Can’t Miss

    I had no idea how living in London for three years would turn me into a complete foodie. While growing up near the Gulf of Mexico always meant fresh seafood & water views, I never knew what incredible Mediterranean restaurants were just across the Atlantic. While it may seem like a long flight to catch for a Michelan star meal, check out these Mediterranean eats that will leave you grabbing your passport for your post-quarintine getaway.
  • Lainyyx
    Published 23 days ago
    5 food places you must visit in Seminyak

    5 food places you must visit in Seminyak

    Before I go anywhere I love reading reviews, seeing pictures, hearing people’s experiences. Not so I can pre judge however I like to be in the know and prepare myself.
  • Jennie Harluk
    Published 25 days ago
    The Best Places for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner in Calgary!

    The Best Places for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner in Calgary!

    Being in a relationship, 75% of the activities executed, are eating out and finding new places to eat! I live in the country side of Calgary, so venturing in to the city for a new food venue is always an adventure, here are my findings!
Vegan