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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 →

Anything You Want Dad – You Got It!

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Sure Mother's Day was only this past Sunday, but we couldn't help thinking, "What about Dad?" It may be a fact that Father's Day is a less celebrated, less expensive holiday.  And certainly... Continue Reading →

Top O’ The Mornin To Ya

With St. Patty's Day fast approaching on Sunday, March 17th, celebrate the luck of the Irish with more than just beer. Crumbs Bake Shop is offering a sweeter side of the Shamrock with its Signature Collection of cupcakes guaranteed to... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Holidays with the Whole Furry Family

Tis the season! It's the time of year when we feel sentimental enough to actively gather together with family and friends to share our company, gifts and most of all, food.  Our pets are part of the family too and... Continue Reading →

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