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Cream Cheese and Hot Dogs: A Seattle Specialty
Cultures can be confusing sometimes. One town over from your own, the people may very well be inventing a...
Say Hello to the Guinea Pig: Ecuador’s Signature Dish
If you’ve ever visited a foreign country and gotten a taste of the local cultures, then you may have...
Yo! Sushi: The Conveyor-Belt Dining Experience You’ve Been Waiting For
What you may not know about your dining experiences in America is that you’ve been sorely missing out. Despite...
Morgantown, West Virginia’s Tea Time Bakery Caters to Your Sweet Tooth
Over the years, Morgantown hasn’t always had a lot offer when it came to specialty foods and restaurants. But, as Morgantown has grown, so have the businesses. And with these changes came an increase in just the types of foods that were often out of reach for locals like... Read more
This Bar is a Pun on Graveyards… and It’s Also Across the Street from One
This is the view of the Six Feet Under Pub and Fish House in Cabbagetown, a neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia. Actually, I should be more specific. It’s the view of Six Feet Under from inside the gates of Oakland Cemetery. That’s right. There is a grave-themed restaurant and bar... Read more
Four Foodie Festivals You Need to Hit in Pittsburgh this Summer
I’m a firm believer that summer is the best season for trying new things. I personally feel my best in the summer, and because of that, I find myself branching out and experiencing things in the warmer months that I normally wouldn’t consider. And these habits face no exception... Read more
A Brief History of the Lobster…Should You Really Be Paying that Much?
There’s probably little you could do to convince lovers of lobster that what they’re eating isn’t actually a delicacy worth spending $20-$30 on at a restaurant. Because of its current status as a tender, succulent crustacean meat served on some of the most expensive columns of certain menus, people... Read more
Cream Cheese and Hot Dogs: A Seattle Specialty
Cultures can be confusing sometimes. One town over from your own, the people may very well be inventing a new way to eat a common food that you never would have thought of. This is certainly true in Seattle, where the hot dog has been turned into a near-casserole... Read more
What’s the Deal with Horchata?
Horchata is a recent pop-up trend that’s somewhat on par with the popularity matcha has gained. But if you’re like me and tend to need to do some light research to catch up to trends, then you might be a little confused about what exactly horchata is. Is it... Read more
Laulau: Hawaii’s Enticingly Unique Taro Dish
Hawaii is home to a whole host of unique and native dishes. In the same way that there are lots of artistic and cultural specialties that Hawaii is known for, there is also a vast menu. One dish in particular that draws interest is laulau, a specialty plant and... Read more
Say Hello to the Guinea Pig: Ecuador’s Signature Dish
If you’ve ever visited a foreign country and gotten a taste of the local cultures, then you may have experienced some of the seemingly strange food traditions therein. What we see as normal to eat in America may not be normal in another country, and vice versa. This is... Read more
Yo! Sushi: The Conveyor-Belt Dining Experience You’ve Been Waiting For
What you may not know about your dining experiences in America is that you’ve been sorely missing out. Despite the relative newness of the conveyor belt dining experience in America, this practice has been at work in other countries – usually in metropolitan areas – for quite some time... Read more
5 Exotic Fruits and Vegetables That Everyone Should Try
As globalization increases ever more, it becomes increasingly easier to have access to food products that were once totally foreign to America. Believe it or not, there was a time when fruits like mangoes couldn’t even be eaten in America if people tried, because they took so long to... Read more