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  • Natalie Fletcher
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Eating Around Philadelphia

    Eating Around Philadelphia

    The Philadelphia food scene is very sophisticated, when not in a world pandecmic you need a reservation at just about any place, espically since some restaurants have few tables, like less then 10! There are also tons of BYOB places, meaning they are very food foward and will only serve you flat or sparkling water. Honestly you could live in Philadelphia your whole life and rarely have to repeat a resturant.
  • Natalie Fletcher
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Poor Man's Beef Stroganoff

    Poor Man's Beef Stroganoff

    Cooking is something that I love doing. My kitchen is where I am happiest, and I am always wanting to entertain my friends so I can cook them some yummy food. One think that I have been stuggling with is using up everything in my fridge, freezer and pantry. Therefore I buy and buy and buy and items just get push further and furhter to the back of the shelf. The COVID-19 pandemic of the year 2020 has shown that we can not let that happen as store shevles were cleared out in early March, and now we see limits on items or price increases on just about everything.
  • Ellen S
    Published a day ago
    THE BEST HOMEMADE MAC & CHEESE

    THE BEST HOMEMADE MAC & CHEESE

    Every year when my boyfriend’s birthday rolls around, I always ask him “what do you want for your dream birthday dinner??”
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published a day ago
    Doritos Were Once Trash

    Doritos Were Once Trash

    Like a lot of foods, Doritos came about by accident. In fact, Doritos were once staled tortillas that had been thrown in the trash. Soon after Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California in 1955, a Mexican restaurant was available for customers called Casa de Fritos. The menu included tamales, enchiladas, and plenty of corn chips.
  • Lindsey Trahan
    Published 2 days ago
    Spanish Pork Chops

    Spanish Pork Chops

    Over the years I've collected so many good reads and one of these little nuggets of knowledge I’ve found is an extremely unique cook book written by Meta Givens in the 1940's. There were so many creative, interesting, and sometimes, slightly strange recipes in this book. I felt that it would be a great project for myself, publicizing these long-lost recipes and making some of them my own.
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 2 days ago
    Good Eating in Boise, Idaho

    Good Eating in Boise, Idaho

    Whether you’re just passing through or planning on staying a while, it’s important to get a lay of the land food wise in any new city. A meal can make or break your memory of a place, so choose your restaurants wisely. Boise, Idaho has some great and unexpected culinary treats in store for you. There are many ways to get to know Boise and experience a lot of different cultural experiences and groups that Boise has to offer.
Staff Picks
  • M F
    Published 27 days ago
    How To Make An Epic Charcuterie Board in 10 Steps.

    How To Make An Epic Charcuterie Board in 10 Steps.

    Charcuterie (pronounced "shahr-ku-tuh-ree") is the art of preparing and assembling cured meats and other meat products.
  • Bakhtawar
    Published about a month ago
    Make Tea Not War, But If It Spills Make Some Art

    Make Tea Not War, But If It Spills Make Some Art

    The history of tea is said to date back to ancient China, a long 5000 years ago when Emperor Shen Nung discovered tea when leaves from some tree blew into his pot of boiling water. He was transfixed by the pleasant smell and taste and discovered the tea's soothing effect on the body. From there on, tea spread to many places all over the world. Tea has been used for various medicinal purposes and many swear by its amazing effects.
  • What If
    Published 2 months ago
    What Would Happen If Everyone Stopped Drinking Coffee?

    What Would Happen If Everyone Stopped Drinking Coffee?

    We have had a long-lasting love affair with coffee and caffeine, but now might be the time to assess whether it’s worth keeping the “chipper twins” around.
  • Andy Potts
    Published 2 months ago
    Where help and hope are on the menu

    Where help and hope are on the menu

    Not every café is the same. On Chester-le-Street High Street, REfUSE has established itself as a hub in this County Durham market town. The café has a special ethos – combating food waste by rescuing ingredients rejected by retail and creating a vibrant community space in the town centre. That usually makes it a bustling hub, with live music and open mic nights adding to a winning recipe, and all on a ‘pay-as-you-feel’ basis.
  • Zoe Alice
    Published 2 months ago
    Why you'll never crave a carrot. (but you could always eat a pizza).

    Why you'll never crave a carrot. (but you could always eat a pizza).

    Once upon a time, we humans ate food to sustain ourselves. You see, we are pretty amazing. We have sophisticated systems to enable us to perform our most essential task; find food for fuel. Our taste abilities have been shaped by the ecological niches our evolutionary ancestors occupied and by the nutrients they sought. They helped us to identify nutrients to survive.
  • Emma Reidy
    Published 3 months ago
    First Place in Recipe Swap Challenge
    Cucumber Ice Cream

    Cucumber Ice Cream

    Scintillating chandeliers, crimson draperies, hundreds of table settings arranged for local and global elite: the Egyptian Hall of the Mansion House was a grandeur entertaining space in Victorian London. Despite its name, the hall was not Egyptian-inspired, but rather it “was built upon Lord Burlington’s plans, who gathered his ideas of such Hall from a description by Vitruvius.” The pillars of the Roman architecture stood amongst myriad banquets throughout the century, displaying food from kitchens with a fireplace so extensive it could roast a huge ox or “fifty or sixty fowls or ducks” simultaneously. At the centrepiece of this grandiose, glittery space of consumption was, of course, food.
Featured Collections
Celebrities
  • Jen S
    Published 7 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 about a year 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 about a year 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
  • Jordan Rands
    Published 2 days ago
    Sun Basket Meal Delivery System

    Sun Basket Meal Delivery System

    Are you conscious of what you eat? Are you looking for a meal plan that suits your organic needs? Do you dislike cooking? Worry no more because we at Sun Basket have got you covered. We are a meal delivery service keen on our customer satisfaction. For people who do not fancy cooking, our meal plan options will have you sated. All you must do to get our stupendous food is log in to our website and chose a meal subscription that suits you one week before when you need the delivery made. Our weekly subscriptions have a variety of meals delivered to you. The wide ranges of food we deal with are:
  • aaish Husain
    Published 3 days ago
    Is Sliced Tomato Sauce Famous?

    Is Sliced Tomato Sauce Famous?

    Mexican sausage is known as spaghetti and is eaten all around the world. There are many different types of Mexican sausage, all of which can be made in many different ways. You can buy Mexican sausage from most supermarkets, but if you really want to buy something special, you can buy it online. Here are a few things you might like to try out when you buy online.
  • aaish Husain
    Published 5 days ago
    Spaghetti is famous all over the world
Diy
  • Rhianon Condello
    Published 12 days ago
    Chocolate Mini Muffins With Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting

    Chocolate Mini Muffins With Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting

    Chocolate mini muffins with cream cheese frosting
  • Ellie
    Published 2 months ago
    International Picnic Day

    International Picnic Day

    Thursday is a day like any other. Nothing too special – another day in the daily grind. Some love Thursday as they are only one more day away from the weekend. Many are indifferent to Thursday. It seems Thursday is the most underrated day of the week. Nothing out of the ordinary or special about it. And yet this Thursday is a rather special one as we celebrate International Picnic Day.
  • katarzyna stomska
    Published 3 months ago
    Brighten your day with a colourful plate

    Brighten your day with a colourful plate

    Cooking is something I more than enjoy. It's part of my self care, great way to relax and has played an immense part in healing from the narcissistic abuse I have experienced. It's something me and my two children enjoy.
Fact Or Fiction
  • sarah-rashael
    Published 6 days ago
    Sweet & Sour
  • Fernanda Manuela Tomas Viegas
    Published 9 days ago
    Olives

    Olives

    For those who don't know, when we talk about olives, we don't just have one kind of olives. We have several: Black olives, green olives, crushed, shredded or stuffed with the most varied delicacies.
  • Noel Anderson
    Published 2 months ago
    Crab Claws

    Crab Claws

    The shop was pretty ordinary, situated on Exhibition Street opposite the Comedy Theatre. If you blinked, you’d miss it. They sold crab claws, the best in Melbourne so the sign in the window outside stated. Mrs Cray stood facing the red and gold oriental door and wondered if she should try them, rain pelting her, clothes soaked to the skin. It was an hour before her lift to Barbara’s house, her complaining sister-in-law. Well, thought Mrs Cray, I suppose John’s death five days ago has finally given you something to really bloody complain about. Cruel thoughts about Barbara given the circumstances…but true none the less, Mrs Cray believed.
Healthy
  • Elaine Gallagher
    Published 2 days ago
    Zoodles Instead of Pasta
  • Mila Sofiya
    Published 6 days ago
    Foods to Avoid During Summer

    Foods to Avoid During Summer

    Summer is finally here, and there’s no better feeling than being comfortable in your own skin and confident in your body while catching some rays. Whether you’re basking in beach vibes, hitting the trails, or putting in time at the gym, strong and healthy is the goal when working toward your ideal “summer body.” In order to feel fabulously fit, you want to be sure to avoid foods that make you feel bloated, bulky, and sluggish. Instead, opt for fuel that boosts your energy and nourishes your best physique. Read on for some tips for a healthy body this summer.
  • Mohamed Karni
    Published 6 days ago
    What are the benefits of eating grapes?

    What are the benefits of eating grapes?

    There are many varieties of grapes: red, green, purple to seedless grapes, not to mention wine and raisins. This popular fruit has been cultivated for the past 8000 years. It was known to be cultivated first in the Middle East. The humble grape is actually a berry. Several million tones of this berry are grown in the world each year, with most of them used to make wine.
History
  • Julia Alfred
    Published 8 days ago
    PB & J

    PB & J

    From old to young, transcending beyond gender and race we can all hold heads in unison and agree that this duo is the ultimate pairing that all pairings shall forever be compared to.
  • Antonio Acuna Peterssen 🍷
    Published about a month ago
    “The Art of Assemblage: A Healthy Alchemy for Fine Wines and Premium Olive Oils”

    “The Art of Assemblage: A Healthy Alchemy for Fine Wines and Premium Olive Oils”

    In the wine industry, when wine buyers are picking a bottle, a very important element taken often into consideration in the purchase decision is the identification of the grape varieties in which wines were elaborated from.
  • Bakhtawar
    Published about a month ago
    Make Tea Not War, But If It Spills Make Some Art

    Make Tea Not War, But If It Spills Make Some Art

    The history of tea is said to date back to ancient China, a long 5000 years ago when Emperor Shen Nung discovered tea when leaves from some tree blew into his pot of boiling water. He was transfixed by the pleasant smell and taste and discovered the tea's soothing effect on the body. From there on, tea spread to many places all over the world. Tea has been used for various medicinal purposes and many swear by its amazing effects.
How To
  • Claire Raymond
    Published 7 days ago
    Life Skills Everyone Needs: Making Tea Or Coffee

    Life Skills Everyone Needs: Making Tea Or Coffee

    You might not think it’s a necessary thing to write a 600 word minimum article about. But believe me it is. There are people out there who don’t know how to make a cup of tea or coffee for people because they either don’t drink it or have just never had to do it before. 
  • Peaushan Devanarayana
    Published 8 days ago
    How to Make the Cup of Perfect Chinese Tea

    How to Make the Cup of Perfect Chinese Tea

    As a centuries-old tradition that has truly survived the test of time, making and enjoying a cup of Chinese tea is a must for all first-time visitors to the country. The art of preparing a well-brewed and refreshing cup, however, is not as simple as it seems as a series of steps are required to achieve the best result. Here is a step by step guide on how to make a cup of exquisite Chinese tea right at home or during a trip to the republic.
  • Peaushan Devanarayana
    Published 9 days ago
    How to Eat with Chopsticks

    How to Eat with Chopsticks

    Eating using chopsticks can be quite challenging to a novice. But if you are someone planning to travel to Asia and explore its cultural intricacies, using chopsticks might be something you'd want to do. It's a difficult skill to learn, but you can learn it.
List
  • Kaushank
    Published 7 days ago
    Is cow ghee an immunity-boosting dairy product?

    Is cow ghee an immunity-boosting dairy product?

    Ghee has been an indispensable and favourite dairy food in most Indian households. It is recognised as an ancient remedy for cough, cold and supple skin. But in the last few years, the credibility of this superfood has been debatable. Some believe that saturated fat are the bad fats.
  • Aisha Kapoor
    Published 14 days ago
    4 Common Food Allergies and Their Symptoms

    4 Common Food Allergies and Their Symptoms

    Any food allergy is the immune system’s response to certain food items. The most common food allergies can be caused due to intake of milk products, wheat, shellfish, and egg. However, the range and severity of allergies may vary from person to person. An allergy blood test should be conducted if any signs of a food allergy are being observed in an infant or young adult. 
  • Govind Dhami
    Published 21 days ago
    10 REASONS TO LOVE TEA

    10 REASONS TO LOVE TEA

    Tea is the second most popular drink in the world next to water, and it is becoming a very popular drink of choice for Canadians today. In Canada we drink about 9 billion cups of tea each year! What makes tea truly appealing is how healthy it is for you and how versatile it can be. There are different types of teas and endless variations and flavors – so there will always be a perfect tea for you. Tea has a long history and is steeped in traditions from around the world, making it an intriguing topic for those interested in culture. Yes, our fellow tea loving friends, there are so many reasons to drink tea … and so many reasons to love tea. But where does one start? We’ve put together our top 10 reasons to love tea, so here we go:
Organic
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 3 months ago
    Gon' Ho Fo' Mangoes

    Gon' Ho Fo' Mangoes

    I was first introduced to mangoes through a former associate and their family. When we lived together, I fell in love with their Caribbean food culture.
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 3 months ago
    Explain To Me, Pokeweed...

    Explain To Me, Pokeweed...

    When I first heard about pokeweed, it was referred to as "polk salad". My neighbor brought knowledge to me about the leafy green.
  • Porsche Lacewell
    Published 3 months ago
    Sprouted Grain Bread is Legit

    Sprouted Grain Bread is Legit

    Bread is not something I should be consuming on a daily basis given my health and weight loss goals, however, I found a sure-fire healthier way to enjoy it so that it doesn't interfere. Sprouted grain bread was introduced to me through Food Babe, Vani Hari (an activist), and she describes it as a vegetable because it's basically a plant that grows from a grain when soaked in water. That plant is then ground into bread. This is supposed to be the healthiest type of bread to consume because it doesn't give you the insulin spike that refined flour doughs do, even the rich, darkened ones, due to the breakdown of starch that occurs during the process. Thus, it doesn't make you gain. Angelic Bakehouse, Food for Life, and Dave's Killer Bread are convenient ones to purchase at stores. From my experience, Dave's Killer Bread tastes better than the knockoff healthy brands like Pepperidge Farm. I haven't yet tried Angelic Bakehouse, but Food for Life offers a variety of types of bread like English muffins and tortillas. Their Ezekiel Bread has to be kept frozen and does come in a cinnamon raisin version. At any case, I was grateful to come across Vani's book the Food Babe Way that highlights so many flaws in our American food system and methods to navigate them and overcome our greatest health concerns. It made me a more informed eater.
Product Review
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published a day ago
    Doritos Were Once Trash

    Doritos Were Once Trash

    Like a lot of foods, Doritos came about by accident. In fact, Doritos were once staled tortillas that had been thrown in the trash. Soon after Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California in 1955, a Mexican restaurant was available for customers called Casa de Fritos. The menu included tamales, enchiladas, and plenty of corn chips.
  • Adam Smith
    Published 9 days ago
    Congratulations! You are just 3 steps away from Your Desired Food Boxes.

    Congratulations! You are just 3 steps away from Your Desired Food Boxes.

    It is rightly said that people can live without modern technologies, including smartphones, laptops, the internet, etc. but they cannot even think to survive without consuming the required food. That is why the sales of food and beverages are continuously on the rise. Therefore, a large number of brands have associated themselves with this business to earn a handsome amount of money due to the ever-increasing demands of the customers. But the company of such products cannot make any considerable progress if they are not packed in the most appropriate form. The food chains and restaurants are always looking for the best packaging suppliers so that their products might be presented to the target audience in a safe as well as in an elegant manner. The best companies are considered those who provide an option of customization to the clients. The custom food packaging is explicitly prepared according to the type of items that are going to be placed inside them. The custom food boxes typically utilize Kraft or cardboard in their manufacturing. Although these two substances are entirely different from each other in their nature, yet they are equally important in protecting the food from the harms of the external environment.
  • Myra Hotchkiss
    Published 15 days ago
    Cheeseburger In Paradise, Biscuits, Mashed Potato Time, Oh, My

    Cheeseburger In Paradise, Biscuits, Mashed Potato Time, Oh, My

    I'll bet you read all the blogs and articles written about seniors. After all, they cover important stuff such as what we should wear, the food we should eat, natural methods for caring for ourselves and natural medicines to take. All this helps. We're grateful that someone takes the time to talk to us, even if it is only online.
Recipe
  • Natalie Fletcher
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Poor Man's Beef Stroganoff

    Poor Man's Beef Stroganoff

    Cooking is something that I love doing. My kitchen is where I am happiest, and I am always wanting to entertain my friends so I can cook them some yummy food. One think that I have been stuggling with is using up everything in my fridge, freezer and pantry. Therefore I buy and buy and buy and items just get push further and furhter to the back of the shelf. The COVID-19 pandemic of the year 2020 has shown that we can not let that happen as store shevles were cleared out in early March, and now we see limits on items or price increases on just about everything.
  • Ellen S
    Published a day ago
    THE BEST HOMEMADE MAC & CHEESE

    THE BEST HOMEMADE MAC & CHEESE

    Every year when my boyfriend’s birthday rolls around, I always ask him “what do you want for your dream birthday dinner??”
  • Lindsey Trahan
    Published 2 days ago
    Spanish Pork Chops

    Spanish Pork Chops

    Over the years I've collected so many good reads and one of these little nuggets of knowledge I’ve found is an extremely unique cook book written by Meta Givens in the 1940's. There were so many creative, interesting, and sometimes, slightly strange recipes in this book. I felt that it would be a great project for myself, publicizing these long-lost recipes and making some of them my own.
Restaurants
  • Natalie Fletcher
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Eating Around Philadelphia

    Eating Around Philadelphia

    The Philadelphia food scene is very sophisticated, when not in a world pandecmic you need a reservation at just about any place, espically since some restaurants have few tables, like less then 10! There are also tons of BYOB places, meaning they are very food foward and will only serve you flat or sparkling water. Honestly you could live in Philadelphia your whole life and rarely have to repeat a resturant.
  • Andy Potts
    Published 4 days ago
    Positivity in crisis

    Positivity in crisis

    Social distancing doesn’t have to mean isolated. At lunchtime in Bean Social, a lively café on Durham’s North Road, the tables may be spaced out, but conversation still ebbs and flows between them. A couple of weeks after returning from lockdown, it feels appealingly normal; a space to meet and eat.
  • Melody Porter
    Published 19 days ago
     Getting Back in the Corner Booth

    Getting Back in the Corner Booth

    Across the country, the discussion around the restaurant industry during the pandemic has been full of questions. How will restaurants survive long-term closures? Will social-distancing measures be upheld by wait staff and patrons alike? Will the treat of eating out ever be the same?
Travel
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 2 days ago
    Good Eating in Boise, Idaho

    Good Eating in Boise, Idaho

    Whether you’re just passing through or planning on staying a while, it’s important to get a lay of the land food wise in any new city. A meal can make or break your memory of a place, so choose your restaurants wisely. Boise, Idaho has some great and unexpected culinary treats in store for you. There are many ways to get to know Boise and experience a lot of different cultural experiences and groups that Boise has to offer.
  • Jordyn Floming
    Published 6 days ago
    Milwaukee...The Coffee City?

    Milwaukee...The Coffee City?

    Brats, cheese, beer, the things you come to Milwaukee for right? Yes! If you leave Milwaukee without eating cheese curds, did you even come to Milwaukee?
  • Robin Searcy
    Published 2 months ago
    Vegan Travels

    Vegan Travels

    I keep a running list of the places I would travel to. Some dream of historical monuments and natural landscapes.
Vegan
  • Yoga Prema Gaia
    Published 14 days ago
    7 years of being a vegan

    7 years of being a vegan

    My first months of being vegan
  • Gilles Berdugo
    Published 15 days ago
    Do You Have to be Vegan if You Care For the Environment?

    Do You Have to be Vegan if You Care For the Environment?

    The world we live in is undergoing major transformations on so many different levels. We are not only experiencing an environmental awakening, but also a social emergence. Part of this global phenomenon is that we are becoming more aware of how our actions impact the environment and this includes what we eat, particularly when it comes to meat and other animal products. In 2018, the United Nations declared that meat, rather than transportation and industry, is the "world’s most urgent problem."
  • Kaelin Priger
    Published 17 days ago
    I Could Never Go Vegan, Right?