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Delicious Destinations: Regional Foods You Have to Try

From New York Pizza to Philly Cheesesteaks, many cities in the US are famous for their signature dishes. Trying regional foods in all their glory…

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Smell That Smoke? Great Ways to Use a Smoker this Summer

Summer. Lazy days, warm temperatures, cool drinks, and BBQ are all hallmarks of my favorite season. Whipping up tasty meals on the grill and dining…

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Best Cities for a Weekend Getaway (Without Breaking the Bank)

Play dates, meetings, appointments and meetings fill our daily lives, devouring every moment like an insatiable monster. Most of us would love to get away…

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If You’re Craving Ice Cream You Are in for a Sweet and Sour Treat!

Imagine yourself on a hot day, you are probably sweating from all that heat, tired and wishing you had something cold in your mouth, something…

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5 Choice Airport Restaurants Every Traveler Should Visit

With every new destination comes new experiences, but what about the ones you can have along the way? Many major airports are sprouting classy restaurants with tastes that represent the region, or menus that are too bizarre to miss. Here are 5 unique restaurants that you should keep an eye out for on your next layover. Plane Food—Heathrow Airport, London, UK You’ve probably heard of the head chef, Gordon Ramsay.

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Creations for the 2015 NHL Winter Classic

No matter how you ring in 2015, your New Year’s Day should be just as divine and delicious as when the clock struck midnight. Invite your late night guests to stay for a lazy day of fun dishes and savory home cooking, while the good old NHL Winter Classic offers some couch potato entertainment. These party-sized snacks are great for enjoying throughout the day, offering all of the tastes your

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Victorian Christmas: Traditions in the Pudding

Columns, mantels, doorways and staircases lined in popular holly, ivy, and mistletoe. The Evergreen tree decorated in pristine fashion. There were many law like traditions for the perfect Victorian Christmas Feast. The Lady of the home organized the event from top to bottom. Only the finest entertainment, games, and of course food for her guests. Relatives from all over were present, grandparents, aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces in one home.

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5 Tips for Hosting a Fabulous New Years Party

You have to be careful when making plans for New Years Eve—It’s the one night of the year that you can’t go home early if the party sucks. The best way to ensure a fabulous time is to host the night yourself; but how can you make sure your own party doesn’t stink? Here are some quick tips that will guarantee you give 2014 the sendoff it deserves. The perfect

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Naughty and Nice Changes for Social Media Platforms

Naughty and Nice Changes for Social Media Platforms Not all things technology have been in the giving spirit lately.   Between break-ups and disagreements, some of these companies are celebrating, and some are ready to forget about 2014. Here is some of the current tech news sweeping in, just in time for the cheerful season. Facebook and Microsoft (sort of) break up After four years of a successful relationship between

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