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Pizza Pizza
Happy National Pizza Day! How happy are we pizza lovers, that there's a day for us to celebrate! The history of pizza started in antiquity, when several cultures made flatbreads with toppings. Today, flatbreads are back on the menu of many restaurants, not just Italian ones either! What we know as "focaccia",...
New Pie for National
by Melissa Corbin    Pie. Pie. Me, oh my…It’s National Pie Day, Y’all! When I competed in Tennessee’s regional dessert division for the 2014 World Food Championships (WFC), it was my intent to represent my home state to the best of my ability with “Hunka Hunka Goo Goo Love.” My use of...
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by Stefanie Michaels It's time to meet the founder of Good Zebra! Anyone else struggle to eat well on-the-go and find that the more active you are the worse it gets? Enter Erika Szychowski, the founder of a better for you snack brand that puts the one-two punch in convenient, delicious...
Amanda Cushman
by Melissa Corbin    Malcolm Gladwell refers to folks who know a lot of other folks as “connectors” in his 2000 best-seller, Tipping Point. If asked who do Hugo Boss, Martha Stewart and Neil Patrick Harris have in common, you’d be hard pressed to come up with a better connector...
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by Michele Sponagle With more than 400 Asian restaurants, this city has been touted as having the most authentic Chinese cuisine outside of China. Surprise! It’s not San Francisco or New York. It’s Richmond, British Columbia, a 30-minute drive from Vancouver, Canada. With so many restaurants, featuring everything from Korean...
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By Diana Edelman Israel-born Estee Raviv is one of those inspirational women with passion, doing something they love. For the mother of three, it just so happens one of her many passions is vegan cooking. In November 2016, the self-taught chef released her first cookbook, a gorgeous ode to her...
A Foodie In Mykonos
This June I travelled to Greece, and one stop was the island of Mykonos. Dubbed the “party isle,” I was actually looking to explore it for what my European friends call it, the “foodie isle.” Due to the jet set, who happily make it home for months at a time...
Gran Parrilla del Plata by Adventuregirl.com
by Ana Astri-O’Reilly You’ve been walking all morning, taking in the sights and sounds of San Telmo, the oldest neighborhood of Buenos Aires. The antiques market at Mercado de San Telmo, the tango dancers in Plaza Dorrego square made you hungry and longing for a merciful rest. Use the last of...
Bubbles of Choices
It’s no secret that America loves an excuse to get the bubbly flowing, be it a nice Brut or a heady lager. We all know those friends who choose to only  drink Champagne, while others only drink beer. It's definitely a taste preference, with some people liking neither, or both. Lucky...
Stadhalm
By Shanna F. Jones Austria is abundant in flora and fauna. With all that crispy fresh mountain air and water; the rural areas are some of the most vibrant natural places on earth. Eagles soar overhead while grazing goats and lowing cowbell-wearing cattle animate the landscape. On the ground find...
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