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Go with the Gut: 7 Foods to Eat for Better Skin, Hair and Mood

By Dr. Christopher Calapai D.O. All symptoms of the body from thin, dull hair, and sallow skin, to acne breakouts, body aches and sluggish energy all point to the gut. Gut health is incredibly important making mindful eating an essential part of longevity and anti-aging. If you want to feel vibrant and...

Most Popular Halloween Candy State-by-State

Halloween is just around the corner, and Clair Robbins of CandyStore.com shared an interactive map of The Most Popular Halloween Candies in America that she thinks our readers will be “sweet” on. Their results are solidly grounded in over 10 years of sales data, and they think the favorites are pretty...

5 Traditional Foods to Try in Vienna, Austria

By Sujain Thomas Vienna is the home to great music and art. It is known for its opulent museums and galleries, traditional coffee houses and pastries. But, there are also various traditional foods you should definitely try during your stay. Food in this beautiful city has been influenced by various...

Around the world in 1000s of Calories

ound the world in 1000s of Calories – Find out some of the most epic desserts from all over the globe Thomson Lakes and Mountains have discovered some of the most indulgent sweet courses from 17 different countries across the world. Saving the best till last is always important, especially when it comes to...

4 Unique Foods to Try in El Salvador

By Mikkie Mills El Salvadorian cuisine is often overshadowed by its more famous neighbors Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Panama. But this tropical destination with its coastline, warm and friendly people, and the surprisingly unique food is growing in stature as both a travel and food destination. El Salvador,...

What Americans Know About Foreign Food

The survey we are sharing with you today is from Home Run Inn Pizza. I  really want to thank them for being willing to share this interesting trivia with our readers. It is my hope that you enjoy it as much as I did. Survey of American Stereotypes About Foreign Food Many cultures are broadly stereotyped...

Every Single Way To Cook An Onion

The mighty onion! Is there any meal it won’t improve? Onions spice up your dinner every night of the week, so how can you spice up the variety?Onion in curry, onion in gravy, onion in soup or stew: You only need to know how to operate a frying pan to prepare its most basic form. But you’re missing a treat...

Announcing the Annual Pig & Pinot Dinner – Sun. August 6th

Ever since our Southern California group from the International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association visited the charming college and creative culinary town of Claremont, California, I have returned for the food and wine. The Sunday Packing House Wine annual Pig and Pinot dinner promises to be fantastic....

5 Reasons Why Dubai Is One of the World’s Hottest Culinary Destinations

By Hisham Aljamil Dubai is known as the “City of Gold” and one of the high-ranking global cities to date. But more than that, this city is also on the right track to earning another distinction: a popular culinary destination. At present, locals have no reason to complain and are in fact proud of the number...

Sourcing the American Diet

Sourcing the American Diet   Americans are ever curious about knowing where the food they put in their body comes from. In every supermarket around the country you will see food marked with labels that says things like “locally sourced”, “organic”, and “sustainably produced”. While consumers ultimately see...

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