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  • Treathyl Fox (aka cmoneyspinner)
    Published a day ago
    Welcome to the Wonderful World of Pesto

    Welcome to the Wonderful World of Pesto

    What do you know about making pesto?
  • Ada Zuba
    Published 2 days ago
    Sushi

    Sushi

    I wanted to share a special photo with all my readers, it is sushi. Looking at the photo you would think not too much of it other than the fact that it is sushi. But, let me tell you the story behind this picture of sushi. I do not like seafood. As a matter of fact lobsters and crabs scare me, it started from the day my dad would leave me alone in the shopping cart at Superstore staring at the creepy crawlers and to this day just the thought of a lobster gets me squirming in my seat. I never tried sushi before, when my sister convinced me to go with her to celebrate the end of school and the fact that neither of us had stable jobs. She took me to Kinjo and we sat down and I said to her straight "Look, I am not going to try anything weird" I told her. Reluctantly she agreed, but she ordered one of those party platters with different types of sushi from squid to eel to raw smoked salmon. I had no idea what was in each roll until we got 3/4 done and she turned to me and said. "You just ate octopus, squid, eel, fish, tuna, crab, and shrimp" my face just about went white. How could that be possible? I hate seafood and I knew that, but yet. I was liking all of that in a sushi roll? It changed my life forever. Later, that month my fiance (at the time boyfriend) and me went together for a date. I told him, "do not do what my sister did to me by not telling me what we are getting". I like to know what I am eating as I am sure a lot of people do. He looked across the table to meet my eyes and winked. "Don't worry you can trust me," he told me and he judged the expression on my face "Have I ever given you anything icky to eat?" he asked me and I shook my head no. "Exactly." Then he ordered this magical thing called "The dynamite roll" it sounded weird, but I agreed and I tried it and since then, we order it every time we go out for sushi. It started a love for me, which I still like eating and have not been sick from it. Now, the picture above is from neither of those experiences. You see my other sister and her husband hold these fun parties once in a while, where we get to pig out and chat with people that I do not see very often and there is usually some fun activity involved at these parties. This time she was hosting a make your own sushi party and I was nervous about going, but they reassured me the food was bought fresh, so no food poisoning would be happening. They bought imitation crab, carrots, cucumber, smoked tuna, salmon and a lot of other ingredients that I have forgotten, but there was a choice for everyone even for the people who do not like fish. I do not remember where in my sushi timeline this event occurred, but I am 84.5% sure that it happened before me liking sushi. Anyways, we got to make our own sushi. I chose good ingredients my first one was carrot, cucumber and avocado and that was it and it was surprisingly tasty. The next one I made had imitation crab mix and avocado, and cucumber. Which I am 95% sure it is the one in the above picture. Getting the hang of the rolling took me some time to understand how it works, when it comes to learning hands-on stuff it takes me a while, but I become a pro after I get the hang of it. I had to unroll it and look at everyone else's rolling skills and then try it again and then getting frustrated because I am not sure what my fingers were doing and I tried again and made the beautiful ones that are displayed in the picture. That is the story behind the sushi picture. It was a mobile moment because I took it with my IPhone, when I had an IPhone 3G this was three years ago. I was a little behind the trend because it was when everyone was carrying a 5C IPhone. This was even my last photo I took before getting my new phone, so it was much more than just sushi picture to me, it was a way of saying goodbye to the best shaped IPhone that was every created.
  • Mesutcan Ilhaner
    Published 3 days ago
    San Gabriel Valley - The Asian Food Mecca of Los Angeles

    San Gabriel Valley - The Asian Food Mecca of Los Angeles

    Do you think Panda Express or P.F. Chang's is Chinese food? Think again! The real and the best Chinese food in America lies in the San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles.
  • J.Jackson
    Published 3 days ago
    D-Licious by Debbie

    D-Licious by Debbie

    The Divinity of Debbie's D-Licious Products
  • Courtney Cunningham
    Published 3 days ago
    Cultural Japan

    Cultural Japan

    Cup Ramen. Cheap, quick, easy to eat, delicious.
  • Alyson Lewis
    Published 3 days ago
    Neurogasm Review

    Neurogasm Review

    First, I want to state that horniness is a sickness, and the only cure for it is death. Until we die, horniness plagues most of us in our waking and sleeping life. There is no escape. That being said, I had to try this drink. I first came across it during the summer, when the packaging was much more vulgar (looked like a sex toy). I appreciated the boldness of their gesture; insinuating that this drink was like a rocket ride to Horny Town packed neatly in a 35 calorie beverage. I don’t understand why anyone would want to get horny from a drink. I would prefer something more subtle, like a salad dressing or a drink sweetener. Something that could provide me with just a Touch of Horny. A drink seems like something to overwhelm the senses. If it worked, how long would it take to wear off?
Staff Picks
  • Plates of Dana
    Published 8 days ago
    Kourtney Kardashian's Avocado Egg Salad

    Kourtney Kardashian's Avocado Egg Salad

    I saw Kourtney Kardashian make avocado egg salad...so I made avocado egg salad. But seriously, Kourtney Kardashian posted a snapchat story showing off a colorful bowl of vegetables that made me run to my local farmers market.
  • Samantha Bentley
    Published 17 days ago
    Easy Vegan Recipes for Beginners

    Easy Vegan Recipes for Beginners

    For most, the idea of going Vegan seems almost impossible. It is met with questions like:
  • Bianca Valle
    Published 18 days ago
    How to Eat More Consciously, for You and the Planet

    How to Eat More Consciously, for You and the Planet

    I have always known that food is mood. I have always been aware that what I put in my body results in what comes out of my body. Along my health journey I have also realized, like many of us, that whole and natural foods make me feel the best, and keep me smiling. Whole and natural foods are those that come from the earth and are not processed.
  • Alyson Lewis
    Published about a month ago
    drank review

    drank review

    My sleep schedule has been all fucked up. I think it’s a combination of anticipation, a lot going on in my personal life, and a general sense of sadness about world events. Anyway, I haven’t been sleeping. I’m sure a lot of you can relate. Lack of sleep is the most jarring shock to the system. It makes the night unbearable and the following day is even worse. There’s a fuzzy haze on everything..conversations, the work day, food. Nothing sounds or flows or tastes quite right.
  • Pam Jannes
    Published 2 months ago
    Do You Live in One of The Best Cities for Coffee?

    Do You Live in One of The Best Cities for Coffee?

    As we all know, coffee is one of mankind’s greatest creations. The versatility, flavor, and caffeine content of coffee wakes us up in the morning and keeps many Americans moving through their workday. Whether it be a home coffee machine or a daily trip to Starbucks, espresso or black coffee, there are plenty of ways we satisfy our daily need for a boost.
  • Erica Wagner
    Published 3 months ago
    Hands-On Pasta in Rome

    Hands-On Pasta in Rome

    What could be more blissful than an autumn week spent in Rome? I'll tell you what: learning to cook perfect Roman pasta on a sunny Roman afternoon. I'd come from London to Rome to stroll the ancient city's streets in the company of a dear friend and expert tour-guide, the writer Kate Nicholls, who lives in the Eternal City — Cucina Trastevere, opened just a couple of months before I arrived, happened to be right around the corner from her flat. If you are visiting this extraordinary city, this is an experience not to miss.
Featured Collections
Celebrities
  • JC S
    Published about a month 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 7 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 7 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
  • Ada Zuba
    Published 2 days ago
    Sushi

    Sushi

    I wanted to share a special photo with all my readers, it is sushi. Looking at the photo you would think not too much of it other than the fact that it is sushi. But, let me tell you the story behind this picture of sushi. I do not like seafood. As a matter of fact lobsters and crabs scare me, it started from the day my dad would leave me alone in the shopping cart at Superstore staring at the creepy crawlers and to this day just the thought of a lobster gets me squirming in my seat. I never tried sushi before, when my sister convinced me to go with her to celebrate the end of school and the fact that neither of us had stable jobs. She took me to Kinjo and we sat down and I said to her straight "Look, I am not going to try anything weird" I told her. Reluctantly she agreed, but she ordered one of those party platters with different types of sushi from squid to eel to raw smoked salmon. I had no idea what was in each roll until we got 3/4 done and she turned to me and said. "You just ate octopus, squid, eel, fish, tuna, crab, and shrimp" my face just about went white. How could that be possible? I hate seafood and I knew that, but yet. I was liking all of that in a sushi roll? It changed my life forever. Later, that month my fiance (at the time boyfriend) and me went together for a date. I told him, "do not do what my sister did to me by not telling me what we are getting". I like to know what I am eating as I am sure a lot of people do. He looked across the table to meet my eyes and winked. "Don't worry you can trust me," he told me and he judged the expression on my face "Have I ever given you anything icky to eat?" he asked me and I shook my head no. "Exactly." Then he ordered this magical thing called "The dynamite roll" it sounded weird, but I agreed and I tried it and since then, we order it every time we go out for sushi. It started a love for me, which I still like eating and have not been sick from it. Now, the picture above is from neither of those experiences. You see my other sister and her husband hold these fun parties once in a while, where we get to pig out and chat with people that I do not see very often and there is usually some fun activity involved at these parties. This time she was hosting a make your own sushi party and I was nervous about going, but they reassured me the food was bought fresh, so no food poisoning would be happening. They bought imitation crab, carrots, cucumber, smoked tuna, salmon and a lot of other ingredients that I have forgotten, but there was a choice for everyone even for the people who do not like fish. I do not remember where in my sushi timeline this event occurred, but I am 84.5% sure that it happened before me liking sushi. Anyways, we got to make our own sushi. I chose good ingredients my first one was carrot, cucumber and avocado and that was it and it was surprisingly tasty. The next one I made had imitation crab mix and avocado, and cucumber. Which I am 95% sure it is the one in the above picture. Getting the hang of the rolling took me some time to understand how it works, when it comes to learning hands-on stuff it takes me a while, but I become a pro after I get the hang of it. I had to unroll it and look at everyone else's rolling skills and then try it again and then getting frustrated because I am not sure what my fingers were doing and I tried again and made the beautiful ones that are displayed in the picture. That is the story behind the sushi picture. It was a mobile moment because I took it with my IPhone, when I had an IPhone 3G this was three years ago. I was a little behind the trend because it was when everyone was carrying a 5C IPhone. This was even my last photo I took before getting my new phone, so it was much more than just sushi picture to me, it was a way of saying goodbye to the best shaped IPhone that was every created.
  • Mesutcan Ilhaner
    Published 3 days ago
    San Gabriel Valley - The Asian Food Mecca of Los Angeles

    San Gabriel Valley - The Asian Food Mecca of Los Angeles

    Do you think Panda Express or P.F. Chang's is Chinese food? Think again! The real and the best Chinese food in America lies in the San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles.
  • Courtney Cunningham
    Published 3 days ago
    Cultural Japan

    Cultural Japan

    Cup Ramen. Cheap, quick, easy to eat, delicious.
Diy
Fact Or Fiction
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 27 days ago
    Cucumber Pickles and Their Health Benefits

    Cucumber Pickles and Their Health Benefits

    Cucumbers are not the only foods that can be made into pickles. In fact, there is a long list of foods that can be pickled. They include onions, beets, watermelon rinds, and even boiled eggs. However, this article is only about pickles made from cucumbers.
  • Jackie Green
    Published 29 days ago
    Is soy bad for you?

    Is soy bad for you?

    Soy has been a point of concern for many people, especially those transitioning to a vegan/plant-based diet. Men seem to be worried about feminising effects such as "man boobs", and women's concerns mostly lay in the danger of excess estrogen within the body.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published about a month ago
    Differences Between White and Brown Eggs

    Differences Between White and Brown Eggs

    Some people prefer white eggs. They wouldn't purchase brown eggs if there were no white eggs available at their grocery store. They think brown eggs are much different from what the white ones they are accustomed to eating.
Healthy
History
How To
  • David Wyld
    Published 8 days ago
    Warm Up with Simple Slow-Cooker Meals

    Warm Up with Simple Slow-Cooker Meals

    During the cold winter months, a hearty, home-cooked meal is just the thing you need to warm up. After a long day, it can be tough to find time or energy to get dinner on the table – so take advantage of your slow cooker and let it do all of the work for you. A few minutes of morning prep time are all you need for a rich, satisfying dinner that’s ready to serve the moment you walk through the door.
  • Chelsea Lynne
    Published 9 days ago
    How to Can & Preserve Food

    How to Can & Preserve Food

    Canning food is a great way to preserve foods you want to make larger batches of. For example, I love to make jams and jellies, but it's impossible to make small enough batches for just me, myself, and I to consume before they start to mold. I learned to can so that I can not only preserve them, but I can also keep them on hand to give to family, friends, and neighbors. When I first looked into it, I had assumed canning would be a complicated and somewhat difficult process. However, I was pleasantly surprised by how simple it is!
  • Sustainable Scott
    Published 16 days ago
    Sustainable Urban Farm with Video.

    Sustainable Urban Farm with Video.

    This was the heat of summer , with onions , multiple herbs , massive Sunflowers 🌻 , potatoes 🥔 for days , beans , mint, Thyme , several types of basil 🌿 to include one that taste like lemons 🍋 .
List
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 13 days ago
    The 10 things you have to try when you're in Ottawa: Food edition.

    The 10 things you have to try when you're in Ottawa: Food edition.

    Ottawa as many of you already know is Canada's nation's capital. It's got a large multicultural community that continues to grow. I've lived in the city for quite some time so there's been a ton of restaurants that have come and gone.
  • shane mathew
    Published 20 days ago
    5 New Trends that Are Ruling in Cake Baking Industry!

    5 New Trends that Are Ruling in Cake Baking Industry!

    Cake is one of the best items that are used in all type of celebration, cake are most common thing which people like to eat, there are number of cakes variations are available in the market, there are new trends are ruling in the cake baking industry which are giving the new taste and favors in the cake mania. There are various simple baked cakes are available in the market which have new flavors and stay for a long time. In the current era there are lots of online portals are available which provide the delivery at your doorstep.
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 29 days ago
    Pick A Straw!

    Pick A Straw!

    Non-dairy alternatives are one of the newest food trends. As a lover of milk, [yet lactose intolerant], non-dairy alternatives are a gift from the food heavens.
Organic
  • Penny Blake
    Published 4 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.
  • Rachel Anderson
    Published 8 months ago
    What Is Matcha?
  • Isla Wright
    Published 10 months ago
    7 Benefits of Switching to Organic Food

    7 Benefits of Switching to Organic Food

    The question of whether organic food has any merit as a healthier alternative is a controversial one. The reason for this is because it should be healthier in theory, but you should be keenly aware of the fact that produce is defined as organic within certain parameters, and a willing grower of these groceries can find holes in these parameters in order to save money, and still retain the required stamp of approval. Still, the bottom line is that the organic variety truly is healthier most of the time, so it really ends up being a question of whether the quality corresponds fairly to the increase in pricing. In order to be certain about this conundrum, you should just take a look at seven benefits of switching to organic food.
Product Review
  • J.Jackson
    Published 3 days ago
    D-Licious by Debbie

    D-Licious by Debbie

    The Divinity of Debbie's D-Licious Products
  • Alyson Lewis
    Published 3 days ago
    Neurogasm Review

    Neurogasm Review

    First, I want to state that horniness is a sickness, and the only cure for it is death. Until we die, horniness plagues most of us in our waking and sleeping life. There is no escape. That being said, I had to try this drink. I first came across it during the summer, when the packaging was much more vulgar (looked like a sex toy). I appreciated the boldness of their gesture; insinuating that this drink was like a rocket ride to Horny Town packed neatly in a 35 calorie beverage. I don’t understand why anyone would want to get horny from a drink. I would prefer something more subtle, like a salad dressing or a drink sweetener. Something that could provide me with just a Touch of Horny. A drink seems like something to overwhelm the senses. If it worked, how long would it take to wear off?
  • Alyson Lewis
    Published 12 days ago
    Pep Talk Review

    Pep Talk Review

    Caffeinated seltzers are becoming a subgenre of the fizzy sugarless variety, and I came across Pep Talk during one of my usual beverage browsing sessions online. The drinks only have three ingredients: carbonated water, natural flavor, and natural caffeine from green coffee beans. I’m always intrigued by anything that has so few ingredients, because while it’s possible to make something taste good with only a few elements, it’s definitely more difficult in certain instances. For those who don’t know, green coffee beans are just coffee beans that haven’t been roasted. Different green coffee beans have different “roasting profiles” that open up when the bean is roasted (this is when the bean turns brown). If the coffee bean remains unroasted, though, it maintains the amount of chlorogenic acid it originally carries. Please keep in mind I’m not a scientist, or a coffee expert, I just have the same google you do. Anyway, chlorogenic acid has antioxidant properties and caffeine.
Recipe
  • Treathyl Fox (aka cmoneyspinner)
    Published a day ago
    Welcome to the Wonderful World of Pesto

    Welcome to the Wonderful World of Pesto

    What do you know about making pesto?
  • Hardia
    Published 4 days ago
    Guilt Free Dessert Recipes

    Guilt Free Dessert Recipes

    Have you ever had that moment, when all you are thinking about is chocolate, desserts and candies? When you are scrolling through your Instagram and Facebook pages and all you see is the most mouth-watering recipes ever?
  • Plates of Dana
    Published 4 days ago
    Baked Cauliflower Ziti

    Baked Cauliflower Ziti

    Calling all Keto lovers! I have another new recipe for you to try... In my prime Keto days, I remember sitting around dreaming about my favorite Italian dishes that are covered in sauce and cheese, but it would ALWAYS involve pasta. This dish is super quick and easy to prep for the week and leaves you feeling satisfied.
Restaurants
Travel
  • H&N Adventures
    Published 8 days ago
    The Best Ramen in Japan
  • Holly M
    Published 9 days ago
    A European Vending Machine Tour

    A European Vending Machine Tour

    I definitely can admit that incorporating vending machine options into your travel diet doesn't exactly sound the most appealing. BUT, you will not be disappointed by the seemingly untrustworthy food you will encounter in any hotel, train station, etc.
  • Holly M
    Published 2 months ago
    A European Food Tour Without the Meat

    A European Food Tour Without the Meat

    Being a Vegetarian/Vegan or having any sort of dietary restrictions while travelling can be a bit of a challenge honestly. Places like Europe tend to be pretty good with non-meat based options but it can still be hard to find things while "on-the-go" all the time. Depending on how you like to travel.
Vegan
  • Lola Lana Larsen
    Published 6 days ago
    Vegan-Zen

    Vegan-Zen

    I can't, I can't cut out meat, cheese, EGGS! I love eggs! It would be too hard and I don't want to set myself up to fail!
  • Samantha Bentley
    Published 17 days ago
    Easy Vegan Recipes for Beginners

    Easy Vegan Recipes for Beginners

    For most, the idea of going Vegan seems almost impossible. It is met with questions like:
  • Maria Caroline
    Published 19 days ago
    How to be VEGAN

    How to be VEGAN

    Thinking about going vegan? Intrigued by where to begin? Or looking for creative ways to expand your vegan culinary skills?