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Alan Cumming Proves He’s a True Renaissance Man

Actor Alan Cumming is extremely charming on screen, but what you might not know is that he is just as charismatic when he’s tending the bar. That’s what we learned when

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She’s New Orleans’ Biggest Praline Producer and You Don’t Know Her Name

It is without a doubt that Louisiana is one of America’s truest treasures. The creation and influence of jazz and bounce music has influenced American music in some of the

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This Tiki-Inspired Pop-Up in New Orleans Is #Goals

New Orleans‘ recent culinary history is littered with restaurants that got their start in less-than-traditional spaces. Chefs with more ideas than capital have set up shop in market stalls, food

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Universal Eats: Is the Sandwich the Best Invention Ever?

Who doesn’t love a good sandwich? Whether open-faced, composed between two pieces of bread, or a multilayered behemoth using several slices, there are great sandwiches all over the world, and

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The Miami Marlins Go Above and Beyond to Help the Environment

The Miami Marlins’ team colors are teal, black, silver, orange, yellow, and white. And they might as well add green to the mix. Marlins Park is one of the greenest

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12 Coffee Products You Never Knew You Needed

A “good” cup of coffee means something different for everyone, ranging from a cup of dark, almost chewy truckstop coffee to a lighter-bodied pour over made with meticulous measurements and

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Dallas’ Cedars Neighborhood Is Home to Great Food and Drink—And the Police

One doesn’t usually consider fun synonymous with the police department. But in the Cedars neighborhood of Dallas, a small set of streets just south of downtown, people fill businesses and

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Celebrate Spring Produce This Cinco de Mayo with Vegetarian Mexican Dishes

In the United States, Cinco de Mayo is mostly seen as an excuse to drink margaritas and Mexican beer and eat lots of tacos, burritos, and other Mexican fare. What’s

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For a City So Fit and Healthy, D.C. Sure Loves Its Dessert

Ranked fifth, up four spots from last year, in Wallet Hub’s in-depth analysis of the Healthiest Cities in America for 2018, Washingtonians are known for their fit lifestyle. With a

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How to Make Homemade Nut Butter

Barring food allergies, pretty much everyone loves peanut butter, whether with jelly, in more involved preparations (peanut butter frozen yogurt, anyone?), or straight off the spoon. If you have a

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Friday Food Finds: Japanese Snacks, Glitter Gum, Avocado Toast Marshmallows, and More!

Spring has sprung, and while the temperatures may not reflect this change in season, the latest food offerings have embraced outdoor flavors with open arms. Lucky for you, we’ve rounded

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How to Eat a More Sustainable and Nutritious Diet

There’s no magic diet for sustainable eating. There are, however, some actionable tips for eating with sustainability in mind. It’s impossible to name the most nutritious foods. After all, individual

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Dunkin’ Donuts Ice Cream Is Finally Here

Coffee ice cream is one of the most ideal flavors. It’s sweet, yet has an acidic bite, plus it provides a caffeine jolt in dessert form. Dunkin’ Donuts brand loyalists,

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Up Your Brunch Game with the Cro’saffle, a Croissant and Waffle Hybrid

From the Piecaken to meatball pizza bowls, we have covered a lot of impressive food mash-ups in past. But none of them have tackled breakfast as well as this latest

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Earth Oven Cooking Produced the World’s First Comfort Foods

As obscure as it may sound, an earth oven is an ancient cooking technology that dates back globally tens of thousands of years and is still used by cultures all

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Stella’s New Chalice Is Fit for a Royal Wedding

With Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal wedding on the horizon, everyone wants to get in on the celebratory occasion. Stella Artois is no different. The Belgian beer brand just

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All Pink Starbursts Are Back, Accompanied By a Pink Starburst Clothing Collection

You may think millennial pink is so last year, but the candy-sweet shade has serious staying power. Case in point: pink Kit Kats, which just debuted earlier this year (though

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How an Illegal, Underground Restaurant Turned into a Treasured LA Arcade Bar

Part bar, part arcade, Button Mash is a nostalgic gamer’s dream come true. The Echo Park  bar and arcade has become a hot spot for 20-somethings searching for something different

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Coca-Cola Thinks We Need Soda in a Pouch

There’s nothing like a freezing cold soda to cool you down on a hot summer day, but imagine if it actually was frozen. You know, like those Slurpees you can

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Composting 101: Everything You Need to Know About Preventing Food Waste

Food is a major part of my life. I’m more on top of dining and restaurant news than world news. My personal Instagram feed is basically all food porn. I

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How to Cook with Pot in a Crock-Pot

You already knew that the humble, but beloved Crock-Pot can cook food low and slow, just in time for your dinner, tailgate, chili cook-off, or holiday party. In fact, the

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