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Charcoal Food is the New and Improved Black

The latest and greatest in food trends has a few of us scratching our heads in confusion. It’s much like the reaction I had to my discussion about the burnt pizza trend. (Which has a similar approach to food, but still seems even more confusing than this new one. I still need someone to explain to me why burnt pizza was ever a thing?) Anyways, you might have heard about

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How to Eat This Adorable Sourdough Without Crying

Is that a weird title? You’ll have to follow me for a second to get where I’m going with it. No, the sourdough isn’t made of onions. But in all honesty, you might feel a pang of guilt enjoying this delightful snack and it’s all Disneyland’s fault. Did I lose you? You aren’t the only one. Let me explain myself. Please do. One of my favorite characters in movie history

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London Fog

When I travel to cities enough I have favorite places I have to – HAVE TO – go eat a meal at. There’s something to be said about visiting a place that soothes your soul after a long day (or more) of traveling; a place that makes frazzled nerves and tightly clenched shoulders (as in my case) to relax is a blessing. If you ever find yourself in or around Springfield,

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5 Foods to Heal the Heart

If you’re having a bad day, even the sunshine might not be enough to make you smile- so how about a snack? It’s be shown that many ingredients from your local grocery store can actually help improve moods and fight depression. Feel like feeling better? Give a few of these foods a shot to help you smile: Dark Chocolate No, this is not a joke! Dark chocolate actually has a

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Just Breakfast

When I think about breakfast, I hear the words “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!” At the same time, I conjure up an image of a nice steaming hot cup of coffee…and pretend I can smell the aroma. Then it’s all about sizzling bacon and that sticky maple syrup oozing over a stack of fluffy pancakes. After the pain of imagining all these smells and textures, I

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