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German Man Is Mysteriously Harassed with Free Pizza

Most of us welcome free pizza. We’re guessing Guido Grolle did at first too. But after the 100th pie arrived at this German lawyer’s doorstep, he got fed up. In

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How to Make a Giant Fortune Cookie

Feb. 16 marks the Chinese New Year and, as always, we’re celebrating with food! Whenever I eat Chinese food, I always finish off my meal with a little fortune cookie.

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A Tuscan-American Love Story: How Cooking and Dancing Brought This Atlanta Couple Together

An American girl travels to Italy, meets a charming Italian man, gets married, and together they live happily ever after. It sounds like a cliché love story, right?

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The World’s First Rooftop Vineyard Thrives in NYC

By 4:30 a.m. on Oct. 1, 2017, the Rooftop Reds team could be found picking grapes as the sun began to rise. Come autumn, vineyard harvests are a familiar scene

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According to a New Survey, Many British People Can’t Identify Common Fruit

British people have an awful hard time identifying fruits. That’s according to a recent survey that polled over 2,000 adults in the U.K. When it comes to comparing apples and

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The Easiest Valentine’s Day Dinners You’ll Ever Make

Need a last-minute Valentine’s Day dinner idea? Something easy and quick, but a little more thoughtful than a heart-shaped delivery pizza (although, this $62.00 Chicago gourmet deep dish available on

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How to Get Married at Your Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

According to a survey by The Knot, the average wedding in the United States costs $35,329. That’s a lot of money to spend on a party, especially if you’re not all

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A Craft Beer Was Launched Into Space, Because All the Cool Kids Are Doing It

Taking a cue from Tesla, one craft brewery decided to launch its beer into space. However, Oregon’s BridgePort Brewing took a more DIY approach than Elon Musk. Without the use

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This Hidden San Jose Ice Cream Factory Is a Treat, Literally

For those who live in San Jose, you may have tasted the unassuming Treat ice cream without knowing much about its mission and origin. A scoop of the delicious indulgence

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‘Peter Rabbit’ Filmmakers Apologize for Food Allergy Bullying Scene

The mischievous Peter Rabbit is in trouble again, although for reasons you probably wouldn’t expect. The new children’s movie named after the popular Beatrix Potter character had to issue an

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Why Are Egg Rolls Called Egg Rolls?

Not to go all “where’s the beef?” on the classic Chinese-American appetizer, but the snide literalist in me has occasionally taken pause to wonder why the egg roll only delivers on

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New York’s Chinatown Isn’t What It Used to Be, But Is That Okay?

When you go up the massive escalators into Jing Fong, a dim sum restaurant and staple of the New York City Chinatown food scene, you know you’re ascending into something

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Lucky Charms Is About to Change Forever

Time is up for one of Lucky Charms’ marshmallows. The yellow hourglass, which has been in every box for over a decade, is being retired this spring. Its replacement has

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How Moon Pies Became a Mardi Gras Tradition

Mardi Gras is synonymous with certain foods and places—king cake and New Orleans top the list. Most people don’t think of MoonPies and Mobile, Alabama, but in fact, they both

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This Valentine’s Day, Give Your Heart a Break at This San Francisco Dive Bar

Nothing makes you want to quit Christmas quite like getting dumped in the glow of lights you and the person you had thought was your love had carefully hung together

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What Is the Difference Between Egg Noodles and Pasta?

If you’re thinking the answer to the question is an easy, obvious one, you’re right. Well, sort of. Eggs are the big differentiating factor between egg noodles and pasta. But

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How to Make an Elegant Bejeweled Valentine’s Day Dinner

For those who celebrate Valentine’s Day, there are generally two schools of style: the cutesy and the eleganza. If heart-shaped everything and a candy-pink palette isn’t your jam, consider a

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Chicago’s Epic Spices Lives Up to Its Name

Tucked beneath the facade of an old menswear store, Epic Spices is unassuming at first glance. Step through the little corridor between diagrams of posters (featuring figs, cloves, and pepper),

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Chipotle vs. Qdoba: Which Is Better for You?

If you grab lunch on the go often, you’ve probably come to rely on build-your-own-meal places like Chipotle and Qdoba. With more than 3,000 locations between the two chains (Chipotle,

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Say It Isn’t So! A Tequila Shortage May Be Imminent

Hold on to your margarita! A tequila crisis may be imminent. There’s an agave shortage in Mexico, which is causing quite a commotion among tequila producers. And the industry could take

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Olympic Chef Ends up with 13,500 Extra Eggs After Google Translate Mix-Up

One Olympic chef might think twice before using Google Translate to submit a grocery order again. Because that’s how Stale Johansen ended up with 13,500 more eggs than he needed. That’s a lot

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