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Straight From the Source: What Is Detroit-Style Pizza?

What is Detroit-style pizza, exactly? And how was it invented? Glad you asked.

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This Persian Butter Bean Stew May Be the Best Thing You’ve Never Eaten

Iranian food (or Persian food) is underrepresented in most U.S. cities, even famously multicultural New York—but Sofreh is an excellent example of the vibrant and delicious cuisine traditional to Iran. Our

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Not All Guinness Is Made in Ireland: 5 Surprising Facts About the Official Suds of St. Patrick’s Day

Having left behind the green face paint and “Kiss Me I’m Irish” buttons of morally dubious St. Patrick’s Days past, perhaps this year you’re thinking of simply settling in for

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How the Women Behind Coolhaus Built an Ice Cream Empire

Throughout International Women’s Month, Chowhound is sharing stories from and about a wealth of women entrepreneurs, businesses, chefs, and cookbook writers who have all found success in the food space.

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Enjoy an Unexpected Taste of Ireland at Mungo Murphy Seaweed Co.

Irish seaweed may not be the first thing you dream of tasting on a trip to Ireland, but this account of a visit to Mungo Murphy’s Seaweed Co. will change

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St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah, Georgia Is Kind of a Big Deal

If you’re looking for a place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, look no further than Savannah, Georgia. It’s one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the nation, and

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Stay Cheese: 6 U.S. Road Trips for Adventures in Dairy

Europe is hardly the only place on earth anymore where you can’t swing a baguette without hitting a cheesemaker. France, The Netherlands, and Switzerland have long since been destinations for

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15 Destinations to Get Your Wine Fix on the Central Coast of California

It’s been nearly two decades since “Sideways” put the Central Coast wine scene on the map, but like a fine pinot noir, the area has only improved over the years.

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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 evolution of jazz and bounce music has influenced American culture in some of the

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A Pastry Chef’s Favorite Spots for Sweets in Paris Right Now

To some, Paris is the city of love, but to others, it’s unquestionably the city of pastries. And that’s a fact that’s certainly undeniable: The city is strewn so numerously

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Forget Bourbon Street: The Real Party During New Orleans Mardi Gras Is on Frenchmen Street

Bourbon Street may be the best known place to party in New Orleans, but here’s why you should skip it for Frenchmen Street instead.

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Drinking History: George Washington’s Whiskey Distillery at Mount Vernon

An interview with the director of preservation for Mount Vernon about George Washington's whiskey-distilling career.

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A Bite Size Guide to Austin, Texas

Planning a trip to Austin, Texas? Here’s where to eat, drink, and stay, and what to see and do. In the middle of Texas sits a neon blue oasis fluent

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A Bite-Size Stop in Nashville, Tennessee

Planning a stop in Nashville? Here’s where to eat, drink, and stay, and what to see and do.

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10 Food-Filled Airports That Will Make You Happy You Have a Layover

Flying is perhaps the most stressful part of any vacation. Pesky delays, cancellations, and inclement weather always manage to pile on, and don’t even get us started on dining options.

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The Top 10 Tastes of Finland

Finnish food may not have the global cachet of some other cuisines, but there are lots of delicious things to eat and drink in Helsinki and surroundings. Here, one writer’s

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A Bite-Size Stop in Memphis, Tennessee

Planning a stop in Memphis, Tennessee? Here’s where to eat, drink, and stay, and what to see and do.

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Mezcal Unión: Preserving Mezcal’s Sacred History

Mezcal is ultra trendy and ultra old-school, with an ancient history, a vibrant present, and a bright future. This is the story of how one Oaxacan mezcal company is on

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In Miami, Stone Crabs Are King

If you happen to be headed to Miami for a certain big game (or just for vacation), you have to try stone crab claws. Here’s why. If you were to

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Made in Miami: A First-Generation Cuban-American Reflects on Merienda, the Best Meal of the Day

Is there any food-loving culture that doesn’t adore a good snack? One Miami-born writer remembers his favorite Cuban dishes (and American treats) served at the merienda hour at his grandmother’s

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Lomo Saltado Is the Chinese-Peruvian Stir Fry Dreams Are Made Of

If you’re not familiar with Peruvian cuisine, there’s a lot to love. One of the most iconic dishes of the country is lomo saltado, a delicious example of fusion cuisine

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