Have you been dreaming about the amazing food that is only offered in certain parts of the United States? For example, the Seattle street food culture that is unmatched, or perhaps the creole cooking that you can only get down on the “ ’ol Bayou” in New Orleans? If so, then attending a food festival this January is likely on your list of things to do. Five of the best,
There’s something about food that you can crunch in the mouth that is satisfying but unfortunately many such – especially the traditional potato chips we are so fond of – are heavy in salt, and far from healthy. It is a worrying statistic that an American eats, on average, almost 100 packets of potato chips a day, which amounts to a lot of salt intake. The market has, however, seen
It was back in 1770 when the commercialization of meat began in the English town of Caine, Wiltshire by a man named John Harris. Fast-forward 250 years and the inaugural Bacon Fest in Billings, MT sold out by serving 1,200 avid bacon fans. The Bacon Fest was held at the Montana Convention Center on Saturday. You can find every Bacon infused delight known to man from bacon covered maple donut
In 2000, China banned the sale of gaming devices throughout the country. However, today, there is good news for gamers. Microsoft announced on Wednesday that it was given the go-ahead to launch their Xbox One on September 23. The price starts at 3,699 yuan or $600. This is the first gaming console approved for sale since 2000.
Image via Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has publicly shared his desire to provide free Internet to third-world countries throughout the globe. In his eyes, having access to the Internet should be an intrinsic right and not just a privilege available only in first-world and second-world countries. So, his Internet.org foundation has finally made even more headway towards achieving his objectives. In a partnership with Bharti Airtel, Internet.org announced that it will