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...
Cylantros! Your Next Foodie Stop outside Atlanta, Georgia
If you’ve never had the pleasure of trying Venezuelan cuisine, then you are surely missing out. One of the great things about being in cities or in close proximity to cities is the wealth and abundance of food options you have at your fingertips. I like to go to... Read more
Why Hasn’t the Mediterranean Diet Gained Widespread Popularity Yet?
Many will agree that sticking to a diet is essential to health maintenance, but it could be possible that we’re choosing the wrong types of diets. There are so many cringeworthy diet plans swimming around in the “health” world that it can become difficult to determine what actually is... Read more
The Price We Pay for the Independent Coffee House Experience
If you’re a regular coffee drinker, or even have the occasional trip to a café, then you know how this goes. You peruse the menu, full of exotic-looking specialty drinks, to find that the cheapest is at least three or four dollars. And then, you start thinking to yourself,... Read more
Simple Homemade Shrimp Taco Recipe
Everyone loves a good taco, right? I know I certainly do. And specifically, I am a sucker for a good shrimp taco. There’s something about the combination of the delicious taste of buttery, browned shrimp and the fresh, raw ingredients of a taco that just explode with flavor when... Read more
Why You Should Learn to Cook During College
Eating in college is hard. Period. Whether it comes down to cost, accessibility, or time, most college students would concede to the fact that when you’re going to school nearly full time, it can feel totally overwhelming to make ends meet for food three times a day, every day.... Read more
Review of Coffeehouses in Downtown Morgantown, WV
Downtown Morgantown, WV, sits just below the PA/WV border. If you travel north about 60 miles, you’ll hit the beautiful city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. But if you stick around in Morgantown, you’ll find that the otherwise small town flourishes into an exciting and sometimes crazy college town. Morgantown boasts... Read more
Two Kinds of Classic: Fairmont, West Virginia’s Best Eats
I’m from West Virginia, a state that doesn’t get a lot of attention when it comes to the media or popular culture. Some people still think we’re a part of Virginia, despite the fact that West Virginia seceded from Virginia to become its own state in 1863. Let’s just... Read more
3 Budget Meals That Taste Great!
Trying to be a great cook can be a little discouraging if you are not aware of some easy recipes that actually present and taste like gourmet food. There is a lot you can do with a few ingredients; using food that is simple and fresh will go a... Read more
Starbucks Secret Menu Items You Should Order This Christmas
Going into the holidays and winter weather, there is almost nothing better than the special traditions that come with holidays. This includes our food and drink traditions, too. At Christmas, you can have all of your holiday coffee fantasies fulfilled at your local Starbucks chain with a few tips... Read more
Bubble Tea and How You Can Make It at Home
If you’ve ever tried bubble tea, also sometimes called boba or milk tea, then you know just how delicious this delectable treat is. Bubble tea gets its name “bubble” from the bubble-like tapioca pearls that sit at the bottom of the drink and can be sucked up through the... Read more