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D.C.’s Cherry Blossom Pop-Up Bar Is an Instagrammer’s Dream

What do Teddy Roosevelt, Russia, and Washington D.C.’s most popular pop-up bar have in common? Perhaps more than you’d think. Way back in 1912, following the end of the Russo-Japanese

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Why Is Mushroom Coffee the Latest Caffeine Trend?

Mushroom coffee. You may not associate the two flavors together, but that’s about to change. The perplexing beverage has been taking over cafes and can even be found in supermarket

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An Ode to Caramelizing Onions (and How to Do It Right)

Making caramelized onions is one of the simplest yet most striking acts of kitchen magic there is. Butter and salt are the only ingredients you need besides the onions themselves.

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How to Plan an Orange-Themed Brunch

I LOVE a good themed party, and I’m known for going hard. I love dressing top to bottom in themed clothing, but what I love even more is creating a

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Why Shakshouka Is the All-Purpose Egg Dish You Absolutely Need in Your Life

If a truly perfect dish exists, it just might be shakshouka. Easy to make, totally flexible, both comforting and exciting to eat, healthy, inexpensive, and composed of ingredients you likely

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How to Make Your Favorite Starbucks Drinks at Home

Here’s my issue. I love Starbucks, but I’m ballin’ on a budget, so I don’t always have Starbucks money. Feel me? You may not want to admit it, but you

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Friday Food Finds: Popped Water Lily Seeds, Veggie Shots, Potato Chip Chocolate, and More!

Have you heard the great news? Radio host Taylor Strecker is back with a brand new show, the appropriately titled Taylor Strecker Show, which can be streamed live on weekdays

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Oreo Promises to Use Sustainable Cocoa

Here’s some news about Oreos that, for once, doesn’t entail the launch of a crazy new flavor. Mondelēz, the multi-national snack conglomerate responsible for the cookies, has promised to use more

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Starbucks Will Come with Cancer Warnings in California

A Los Angeles judge has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee retailers in California must put cancer warnings on coffee beverages sold in the state. A non-profit recently sued over

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Unicorn Tartare Is, Like, So Hot Right Now

#Instafood is, of course, a thing. And if a dish looks great on Instagram, social media users are more likely to share. And share. And share. Witness the ongoing appeal

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Jameson’s New Bitters Taste Like Seaweed

Here’s a cocktail flavor you probably never considered drinking: ocean! But with their latest foray in the bitters market, Jameson is hoping you’re up for a swim, because they’ve just

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A Look at 150 Years of San Francisco’s Evolving Dim Sum Scene

The first time I had dim sum in San Francisco, it was both Beer Week and Chinese New Year, an auspicious combination that led Fort Point Brewing Company to team

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7 Devilishly Spicy Deviled Eggs

I hate to be one of those annoying mad literalists, but doesn’t it seem like the classic deviled egg—delicious and perfect though it may—is a bit lacking in the set-your-mouth-on-fire

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Pickle Juice Beyond Shots: Creative Ways to Use Your Leftover Pickle Brine

Once you finish a jar of pickles, what do you do with the abundance of tangy, salty brine left behind? If you’re like most people, the probable answer is: throw

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April Fool’s Food Pranks That Are Easter Bunny-Approved

This year marks a rare occurrence. Easter falls on April 1, a.k.a. April Fool’s Day. With two holidays in one day, the potential for crossover practical jokes is endless. In

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Chipotle Is Testing a Slushie Tequila Drink

If you ever wanted some tequila to wash down that quickie burrito, you’re in luck. Chipotle is testing a new alcoholic beverage that’s likely to take off fast, especially as

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Watch Out for These 10 Hidden Kitchen Hazards That Could Harm You

Safety tips you might not have heard about.

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Beyond Cracker Jacks: A Dad and Daughter Take a Culinary Tour of Yankee Stadium

Historically, no sport is associated with food as much as baseball. Hot dogs and peanuts are almost as integral to a game as bats and gloves. Cracker Jacks even get

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Here’s How Your Hair Dryer Can Help You Roast Chicken

Helen Rosner, a food writer for the New Yorker, took an unusual approach to roasting chicken. Instead of just using an oven like us normal folks, Rosner decided to use

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Red Lobster Debuts Cheddar Bay Waffles Topped with Fried Lobster Tails

Do you love chicken and waffles but wish it was swankier? Do you desire lobster at every meal, including breakfast? If you answered yes to either, Red Lobster’s newest announcement

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Universal Eats: Dumplings May Be the Most Perfect Food Ever

Chowhound’s Universal Eats is a new video series that explores foods that transcend cultures and borders around the world to globally to connect us all. Episodes will premiere every Tuesday

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