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National Fried Chicken Day: Serv(ey)ing America’s True National Bird

Did you know?... The ultimate soul food originated in our own backyard—where Scottish chicken-frying methods were combined with West African seasoning traditions to create what is now one of the world’s favorite guilty pleasures? To celebrate National Fried Chicken Day... Continue Reading →

Black Friday – No Longer A Deal?

With 53 percent of American consumers saying that Black Friday no longer offers the best deals of the year, the personal-finance website WalletHub took an in-depth look at 2017's Best Things to Buy on Black Friday. WalletHub determined that 10... Continue Reading →

National Potato Day French Fry Addiction

Only 0.8% of Americans don't like French fries. Seriously.  We're addicted! For National Potato Day coming up on August 19, National Today asked 1,000 peeps about everyone's favorite carb. Consider this: Nearly 1 in 5 Americans say French fries reign... Continue Reading →

An App To Make Food Look Good Enough To Eat!

Wishing you could shoot your own sizzling #foodporn social media shares? You know...like a professional photographer. But how? Introducing Foodie, the dedicated camera app specifically for food photos! LINE Corporation just released  Foodie, a new camera app available for free... Continue Reading →

Body Holiday Love: Simple Raw Food Eating

Admit it.  You KNOW it’s on your mind…that nagging annual remorse centered on end of year festivities - indulging (and imbibing), weight gain, pop dieting and the dreaded New Year’s resolution that never seems to stick. You just can’t shake... Continue Reading →

Celebrate the Flavors of New Orleans this Mardi Gras Season

Celebrating the end of the season of Carnival, Mardi Gras has been a state holiday in Louisiana since the 19th century. Steeped in rich traditions, New Orleans is a city full of sights, sounds, and flavors that you can bring... Continue Reading →

Meal Sharing: Never Eat Alone Again on Thanksgiving

For people who can't be with their families for the holiday, or travelers in the US or Americans abroad, there is a little taste of home waiting for you no matter where you are. MealSharing.com, a website that connects travelers... Continue Reading →

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