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Kim J7 minutes ago
What's That You're Eating?
Before you take another bite, have you ever stopped to consider what you are really eating? Lately, there has been growing concern across the nation in regard to where our food comes from and how it i...
Natalie Caneenan hour ago
Healthy Living
Did you know that more than 53 percent of Americans skip breakfast at least once a week and 12 percent never have breakfast at all? I used to fall into this category. I would wake up late, mozy around...
Restaurants That Recycle Food
With the way American food portions go, many restaurants used to just throw it away but there is a new movement now about restaurants giving away their food for free. A new app called Meal Connect lea...
Ashley Terrell2 days ago
Harvest Time, Probiotic Style: Vanilla Pear Shrub
The summer is coming to an end, but the fall is seeming to be promising with welcoming arms! As a busy body, probiotics are ideal for the everyday busy body. Whether you're on the go or need foods to ...
James E. 3 days ago
Pro Tips for Gaining Muscle While Living a Vegan Lifestyle
Do you live a vegan lifestyle and want to get super ripped? It can be difficult to make major muscle gains if you are not following a proper diet. A key ingredient in gaining muscle mass is protein in...
Dale Hurst3 days ago
5 Weird Food Combos That Actually Work
Having been a food writer and restaurant critic for a few years now, I have come to realise that food is less about tasting good and more about defying expectations. It’s more about the dining experie...
Alexis Montoya4 days ago
The Bronx Vegan Eats: Vegan Chopped Cheese
Every city has its dish. Philly has its cheesesteaks. Chicago has its deep dish pizza. The Bronx, Harlem, and Queens have the beautiful, greasy sandwich that is chopped cheese. It’s the pièce de résis...
Kasey Colligan14 days ago
Make Cold Brew at Home
I loved Cold Brew before it was cool. I'd been sucking back Cold Brews from May through August long before Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts were slinging them across the counter. If it's over 60 degrees o...
Top 10 Gifts for a Coffee Lover
Do you love a pour over? Well, if so you will have a great time reading this article because we have put together some amazing things for you. From manual coffee grinders to gourmet stuff, we have you...
Victoria Evelyna month ago
8 Easy Keto Recipes
The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, adequate-protein, low-carbohydrate diet that forces the body to burn fats rather than carbohydrates.
Addison Lewisa month ago
Best Hot Plates to Buy
Scope the best hot plates anytime you need to add a burner or two to your kitchen arsenal. Hot plates are also ideal for college students, boarders, and professionals who want to make a bowl of soup o...
Ossiana Tepfenhart2 months ago
I Took Gordon Ramsay's Cooking MasterClass and Here's What I Learned
Anyone who's ever been to my house or read my restaurant reviews can tell you that I'm a cooking aficionado. I cook my own food daily, live for a good curry, and even have my own drink pairing suggest...
Summer Palate
Light, breezy and oh-so-refreshing are non-negotiables for summer fare.
State by State
See what's on the menu from sea to shining sea.
Meal Planning
No self control? No problem! The art of the meal plan, simplified.
Top 10 Gifts for a Coffee Lover
Do you love a pour over? Well, if so you will have a great time reading this article because we have put together some amazing things for you. From manual coffee grinders to gourmet stuff, we have you...
Tyler Williams3 months ago
Healthy Foods That Can Damage Your Body If Consumed too Much
Hello, fellow health nuts and fast-food junkies! Let’s get straight into it, everyone knows that if they eat too much fast food like your local McDonald’s or unhealthy snacks such as Cheetos and Lays ...
Stephen Green5 months ago
The 5 Blessed Attributes of Coffee
Ah, coffee! That delightful juice of heaven has been there for me through thick and thin! But what makes coffee so incredible? So delightful? So preferable to humans??? Hello. My name is Stephen, and ...
Claire Raymond4 days ago
Things You Should Know Before You Leave Home: Cooking
Cooking is a basic life skill that everyone should know at least a little something about. Nobody expects you to be Gordon Ramsey (though I swear about the same amount as him) but you need to know how...
M. M.13 days ago
Why Everyone Should Drink Pour-Over Coffee—Complete with Recipe for the Perfect Cup!
I think of pour-overs as the caveman's "wheel" of coffee machines. In today's age, coffee makers are systematized and programmable, and K-cups and Keurigs are mean to be fast. Espresso makers are on a...
M. M.19 days ago
Having Friends Over for Coffee or Tea?
I had a free afternoon one day, and decided to do something I haven't done in a really long time: go to a coffeeshop, sit down, and do some light reading and writing. I wrote a letter to my sister-in-...
Alexis Montoya3 days ago
Why This Vegan McDonald’s Should Come to the Bronx
It was recently announced that vegan fast food restaurant Plant Power plans to open ten location within the next three years. It was also announced that they aim to open in locations “where low-income...
Haley Peterson4 days ago
Dutch Bros Coffee Grand Opening: Blue Diamond Location in Las Vegas
Did someone say free coffee? After hearing that the new location of Dutch Bros Coffee in Las Vegas was giving away free 16 ounces drinks as a part of their grand opening I decided to head on over. I w...
Michaela Weiss12 days ago
A&S Bagels
Do you like bagels? Cheese? Sweets? Food? Do you live on Long Island? Well, A&S Bagels is the perfect place for bagels. First of all, they have a deli inside too. The deli has all the good meats (incl...
Vegan Irish Nachos That Will Make Your Mouth Water!
I often find myself craving specific dishes while I’m doing the most random things or when I see a Non Vegan dish I want to recreate. I decided this week I wanted to eat all Plant-Based and no additiv...
Liana Hewitt5 days ago
Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes
The thing about sweet potatoes is I always forget how much I love them until I eat them. Somewhere in my mind I think sweet potatoes are just okay but then I eat some and think where have you been all...
Ella Zombies5 days ago
Sweet Embodiment of Fall
Maybe you’ve seen it on the baking aisle, or remember it from your grandma’s basement, but for me it was a new ingredient I had never even heard of. “Never? Like never ever, ever?” Never.
Natalie Caneenan hour ago
Healthy Living
Did you know that more than 53 percent of Americans skip breakfast at least once a week and 12 percent never have breakfast at all? I used to fall into this category. I would wake up late, mozy around...
Ashley Terrell2 days ago
Harvest Time, Probiotic Style: Vanilla Pear Shrub
The summer is coming to an end, but the fall is seeming to be promising with welcoming arms! As a busy body, probiotics are ideal for the everyday busy body. Whether you're on the go or need foods to ...
T. Turner6 days ago
What They Don't Tell You About Keto
The ketogenic diet is all the rage within the American society currently. The ketogenic diet is an extremely low carb diet that puts your body in a state called ketosis. “Ketosis is a natural state fo...
7 of the Best Places to Eat in Porto
More famous for its port wine than its food culture, Porto is nonetheless a real gem for any foodie. With exquisite seafood, a mix of Portuguese and world cuisine, and a surprising array of vegetarian...
Linda K Silsby16 days ago
Top 10 Foods to Eat While in Hawaii
What is the first thing that pops in your head when you think of Hawaii? The beaches? The scenery? The guys and ladies? What about the FOOD? Yes! The food. You can't go to Hawaii without trying the am...
Best Dessert Spots in Los Angeles!
Whether you're a local or a visitor in the Los Angeles area, it's important to include some good desserts in your trip or just your everyday life! Everyone knows that dessert is the best part of any m...
Kasey Colligan14 days ago
Make Cold Brew at Home
I loved Cold Brew before it was cool. I'd been sucking back Cold Brews from May through August long before Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts were slinging them across the counter. If it's over 60 degrees o...
Alex Fetterhoff22 days ago
How to Be Your Own Barista
All that money starts to rack up when you spend tons every morning on your Starbucks. Here are tips, tricks, and techniques to being your very own, at-home barista!
Ellie Cook22 days ago
Ice Cream Three Ways
It's pouring down with rain as I write this; the first break in a weeks-long heatwave that has left our entire country reeling. I know we Brits are known for nattering about the weather, but it just g...
Kathy Lester4 days ago
Five Reasons Why You Should Have an Air Fryer in Your Kitchen
So, have you ever heard of an air fryer? I know there are still people out there that have never heard of this kitchen appliance before. You see them on TV, you hear about them on the radio and you ev...
Sasha Konikovo12 days ago
Best Glass Storage Containers That Are Microwave-, Dishwasher-, & Freezer-Safe
Tupperware parties might have taken over the 1950s, but that doesn't mean that plastic storage containers are king. If you ask any serious cook, they will tell you that it's all about glass. Glass sto...
Chloe Gilholy14 days ago
Caffe Nero’s Caramel & Pistachio Frappuccino
I love teas and coffees, both hot and cold and I'm always open-minded to trying out new flavours and drinks whenever they're released. Sometimes I discover something I really love and it becomes an al...
molly !12 days ago
A Brief History of the Disposable Coffee Cup
It’s a Monday. You stayed up until two o’clock last night finishing your homework. You roll out of bed fifteen minutes before class starts, throw on some decent clothes and groggily make a stop at the...
Alexis Hustus5 months ago
GTR: Identifying Teas Pt. 1 - White Tea
Hello, and welcome back to a great edition to the Ginger Tea Reviews! Tea is my passion, and I am making it my goal to share my passion with the world! We spend a lot of time talking about different b...
Jon Medrano Miller5 months ago
A Hispanic Irishmen's Revelation of Food History: Part I
“Always put la sal in before la pimienta.” it was apparently a secret that no one knew but my mother since she would often assert this piece of useful information in a half-baked sentence that somehow...
Sam Derbyshire4 days ago
The Scott’s Porage Oats Man and I
As I settled down to my hearty bowl of porridge the other morning, my eyes strayed casually to the cereal box in front of me. As I fixed my gaze once again upon his taught torso, I experienced the sud...
10 Health Foods That Aren't Really Healthy
I remember when I first decided to clean up my diet as a teenager. I wanted to be slender, fit, and healthy because most of my preteen life was spent being bullied about my weight and my acne. So far,...
Iggy Paulsen25 days ago
Worst Cooking Mistakes People Make
I will begin this article by saying that I love my family dearly. They are family, and to a point, you can't really expect anyone to be perfect. That being said, a pretty large portion of my family ar...
Dale Hurst3 days ago
5 Weird Food Combos That Actually Work
Having been a food writer and restaurant critic for a few years now, I have come to realise that food is less about tasting good and more about defying expectations. It’s more about the dining experie...
My Churro Shop
It is rare that you find churros in the United States that aren’t homemade. Churros are also known as the cruller or the Spanish donut. Some restaurants do have churros, like Rubios or Costco. I’m tal...
Jlynn Sheaks19 days ago
Comfort Food
What is comfort food? Well that may seem like an easy answer but there is much more to it than the obvious answer. We all know that the meaning of comfort food is food that makes us feel comfort, peac...
Zach Grattan3 months ago
Don’t Eat the Fuzzy Ones
I swear that the first greens of the spring come like a green sigh of relief. After damn near five months of winter, they release like the forest has been holding its breath all that time. Some folks ...
Yada Mariah6 months ago
The Health Benefits and Nutrients of Kale
Kale has grown to be one of my absolute favorite things to add to my daily routine. First, let me explain where kale comes from! Kale comes from the "Brassica Oleracea" family, otherwise known as the ...
Delilah Jayde7 months ago
Why Buying Organic Is a Huge Waste of Money
I never understood the point of organic food. You can walk into a grocery store and you think, alright, it is now 2018, and eating healthy is supposed to be on the rise. That sh*t is good for you, so ...
Lauren Day22 days ago
I Travel for Tony
I travel for Tony. Anthony Bordain. AKA, Tony. Legendary top chef, restaurateur, and TV personality of CNN's Parts Unknown—the best travel show I have ever watched and my favorite TV show of all time....
Armando Carreraa month ago
Most Famous Celebrity Chefs of All Time
Who hasn’t flicked through television channels only to stumble upon a delectable looking dish on an addictive cooking show? Your stomach draws you in, but the famous celebrity chefs have you coming ba...
George Backofen2 months ago
The Bourdain Effect
Today, I learned about the passing of Anthony Bourdain. I didn’t know him personally. I’m not going to gush about what a great guy he was and how unbelievably sad his passing is. I knew his TV persona...
James E. 3 days ago
Pro Tips for Gaining Muscle While Living a Vegan Lifestyle
Do you live a vegan lifestyle and want to get super ripped? It can be difficult to make major muscle gains if you are not following a proper diet. A key ingredient in gaining muscle mass is protein in...
Alexis Montoya4 days ago
The Bronx Vegan Eats: Vegan Chopped Cheese
Every city has its dish. Philly has its cheesesteaks. Chicago has its deep dish pizza. The Bronx, Harlem, and Queens have the beautiful, greasy sandwich that is chopped cheese. It’s the pièce de résis...
Alexis Montoya4 days ago
Goya Goes Vegan
While perusing my local supermarket, I always keep a lookout for new vegan-friendly products. A surprising realization was seeing a can of refried beans from Goya with a "vegan" label on the front. To...