Category Food & Drink

The “Don’t-Ask-Just-Try-It Apple Burger”!

Picky eaters beware; you have no shot at winning this one. You may have been able to taste the tiniest dash of cilantro, or the three chopped up mushrooms hiding in your salad; that’s just fine. Go ahead, refuse the appetizers. But once this main course comes along, this whole wall of “picky eater” you’ve built up will come crashing down. I can understand the confusion of having apples in

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Hot Diggity Dog!

One of the delicacies that we’ve noticed lately that everyone enjoys, but nobody talks about, is the humble hot dog.  Generally thought of as stadium or fair food, most people are content to slap some mustard, ketchup, and relish on their dog and call it a day. We’d like to bring the hot dog to the forefront for a moment, because there’s some amazingly awesome hot dog eateries throughout the

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Take Your Taste Buds On A Trip: Food Festivals

FOODIES UNITE! All Over North America.  If we want to see an early summer, we’re going to have to think like it’s already here. With that being said, it’s time to plan out a tour around North America to seek out the greatest summer food festivals 2015 has to offer. I can just see it now, outdoor events packed with foodies everywhere; music playing, barbecues blazing and the smell of

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3 Foods You Can Rub All Over

Why just eat food when you can rub it all over yourself? Here are 3 foods you can get up close and personal with. Chilli Peppers Feeling a little hot and bothered? Well, you can feel a little less bothered because we’ve just discovered that chilli peppers can be used as pain relievers. Capsaicin, the stuff that makes peppers hot, when applied topically to a sore area, such as the

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It’s not all Apples, you know! 4 Uncommon Fruits

  Last week I talked about insects as snacks, and I know, that was gross. Totally unnecessary and I apologize, really.  I’m going to try to absolve myself by continuing on the snack theme, but I’m going to talk about fruit.  Not the everyday fruit you may enjoy at the farmers market, or in a fruit salad, but the uncommon fruit that you normally don’t find in the supermarket.  I

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