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Archive for July, 2013

Sifted: Minion Cupcakes, Deep-Fried Cookie Dough + More Crazy Desserts

5 Hot Links We’re Loving: While eating a Double Stuf Oreo, have you ever thought to yourself that there’s still not enough filling? Reddit user EternallyXIII came up with what could be a game-changing solution: The Moreo. In case you didn’t already know, Twinkies have returned! For an excuse to go grab a box, make […]

Top Indoor Grilling Tips

Shortly after I moved to New York City, I had to accept that I’d be breaking up with outdoor grilling. I received a ticket for grilling on a fire escape (I didn’t know, I swear!) and learned that it’s almost impossible to own a grill in the city, unless you have ample outdoor space and don’t […]

Hump Day Snack: Giant Melting Popsicles

You may be tempted to steal a lick or two when you see this sticky work of food art from an Argentinian artist. These monster popsicles represent the fleeting quality of time, but like me, you might be more curious to know if you can order one for your next backyard barbecue or where you […]

Summer Fest: Chia Seed Pudding with Peaches

It’s my favorite Summer Fest week: peaches. I find myself stocking up on this sweet fruit and just eating it straight off the pit every morning for breakfast. Because peaches are so fresh and so juicy at the market right now, I decided not to cook them but to simply slice them up over another […]

Today in Food Tech: Bag For Your Baguette and a One-Handed Bottle Opener

When Prometheus, that feisty nitwit, gifted us fire, he gave us more than just the ability to make bacon crispy. He gave us the beginnings of food technology. Prometheus may have been chained to a mountain and continuously eaten by ravenous vultures, but his gift to us continues to grow. Here is some cool, new […]

G. Garvin’s Washington D.C. Travel Tips

Every American should visit the nation’s capital. Obviously there is a great deal of history here and incredible monuments. The food scene is going strong as well. The next time you get the chance to visit D.C., make sure you’re not just seeing the historic landmarks but also going to different parts of the city […]

Foods of the Future (According to Movies and TV)

Since the dawn of science fiction, creators of all stripes have imagined what we would be eating in the future. Sure, nary a one predicted the Hot Pocket or the Cronut, but that doesn’t stop them from trying. Here are some fake foods from a series of imagined fake futures.

KFC Japan Kids’ Meals Includes Functional Ice Cream Maker

What does a kids’ meal get you these days? A cheap piece of plastic shaped like one of those Despicable Me minions!? What if I told you that across the sea, in the magical land of Japan, you can get an actual kitchen tool with your kids’ meal? It’s true! KFC Japan has begun giving […]

Alie and Georgia on Why You Should Visit Marfa, Texas

When we list the six locations we chose to visit for our first season of Tripping Out with Alie & Georgia, we always get the same few question: “Which was your favorite location?” What was Alaska like??” “Marfa??? Where the F is Marfa?” The answers to those questions are: Miami for Georgia/Alaska for Alie Freaking […]

Meatless Monday: Dinner of Sides

Meatless Monday is a global movement, a way of life. It’s not a campaign to turn everyone in the world vegetarian or vegan; in fact, many involved are meat-lovers. Eating less meat has been proven to reduce the risk of disease, curb obesity and has important environmental impacts, too. Will you join us in giving […]