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How the Women Behind Coolhaus Built an Ice Cream Empire

When Natasha Case decided to prepare architecturally-themed ice cream sandwiches made from scratch in her Los Angeles home it was just meant to be a hobby, something fun to share

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Hudson Yards’ Best Food Options

We’ve been waiting for years, and now we’re spoiled with choices—so what’s the best food at Hudson Yards? Well, there are so many options you’ll have to try a few

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These Regional Chains Need to Expand Nationwide

Despite some progress, “chain” is still considered a dirty word in the food world—and for good reason. From to sea to shining sea, our country is littered with restaurant franchises

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Tour a Distillery This Spring Break For an On-Theme (Yet Highbrow) Experience

Distillation is the process that converts the sugars from grains or fruit into alcohol by way of evaporation using metal columns or pots known as stills. Spring break is the

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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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The Women of ‘Top Chef’ Are Taking Over Los Angeles

Season 16 of “Top Chef” was an impressive one for the show’s female contestants, as four of the competition’s final five spots were occupied by women. What their next move

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

If you look at a map of The Crescent City, you will find a number of streets that proceed in an east-west fashion, only to make a sudden left turn

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How To Avoid a Tourist Trap Restaurant on Vacation

There are few dining experiences worse than the full-on tourist trap, so learn how to avoid them with their overpriced drinks, uninspired food, and cloying or incompetent service. Never again

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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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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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3 Must-Visit Hotels in Mexico City and Puerto Vallarta, Free of Polar Vortexes

Is it just me or does it seem like tomorrow’s date is going to be Jan. 83? The start to 2019 has dragged, which means winter has also dragged and

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The Best Spring Break Food Destinations

Going on spring break is an American right of passage, and even though drunken debauchery is often part of the equation, a huge part of the excitement for these early

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Why You Should Always Take a Food Tour When You Travel

Making plans to travel may include things like buying airline tickets, making sure you have your passport, and booking a table at that restaurant everyone Instagrams. However, there is something

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This Old School Chocolate Factory Will Make Your Holiday Dreams Come True

The holidays are the ultimate time for indulgence. And for most of us that means chocolate. Lots and lots of chocolate. While most of us gobble down the candy within minutes

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Cakies Are the Hybrid Dessert You Need This Holiday Season

Cookies are great dessert options. So are cakes. But what if they combined their forces to create the ultimate synergistic sweet? Enter Cakies. The name really says it all. Part cookie,

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These Decadent Takes on Babka and Rugelach Are What You Need This Holiday Season

If you’ve been missing out on the doughy awesomeness that is babka, then Hanukkah is the perfect opportunity to rectify that situation. So what is babka anyway? (Besides delicious, of

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This NYC Bar Celebrates Halloween All Year Long

Be still, our cold black hearts. NYC bar and restaurant Beetle House is for any “freak, weirdo” or “grown-up goth kid” who revels in the idea of celebrating Halloween year-round. Inspired

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Fascinating Facts About 8 NYC Bars to Impress Your Drinking Buddies

As one of the world’s top nightlife capitals, New York City’s got some pretty cool bars. But sometimes, you crave a place that offers something more than a fancy cocktail

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A Texas Tailgate Goes International

Texas is known for a lot of amazing cuisine. Obviously steak and tacos come to mind. And, sure, no one in their right mind is going to turn down authentic Tex-Mex

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Corn Boxes, Pig Races, and a Pumpkin-Eating Dinosaur: The Wonders of an Over-the-Top Fall Pumpkin Festival

Fall generally bums me out, but there are a few things that help me get over the end of summer. One of those things is a good ol’ pumpkin farm.

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Community and Cinnamon Rolls: What Is an Alaskan Roadhouse?

The road tripper’s Alaska seems more like a different planet than merely a different landscape from that which might be experienced by the majority of travelers who visit via cruise.

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