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Thursday, July 9 2020

The Myths About Artificial Sweeteners

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The GOOD News is that sugar may not be really that bad. There are a lot of myths about artificial sweeteners. The main one is that they’re actually better for...

COOK THE WORLD – CHINA – HOT and SOUR SOUP

INGREDIENTS Nutrition 2 quarts chicken stock 2 ounces dried mushrooms 1 inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and grated 1 tablespoon red chili paste 1⁄2 cup canned bamboo shoot 1⁄2 cup canned water chestnut, chopped 1⁄2 lb...

ROLLER COASTER RESTAURANT®

Food and beverages glide down to the guests on a roller coaster system consisting of stainless steel tracks and roller tracks with loops, steep turns and multi spirals in...

Macaroni cheese’s mysterious origins

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Americans especially love to claim macaroni cheese as their own, but a trail of clues points to the Swiss Alps.  

COOK the WORLD Week 9 – Russia – Koulebiaka

Russian Koulebiaka In Old Russia koulebiaka was welcomed by all ranges of people. Most popular koulebiaka version was made with fish backs, but lenten recipes with buckwheat and mushrooms cannot...

Drinking Wine is Still Good for You

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Drinking less alcohol may be linked to a lower risk of cancer, a new study suggests. In the study, researchers found that people who drank some alcohol had a lower risk...

COOK the WORLD Week 12 – Egypt – Dukkah

Egyptian Blend of Spice and Nuts, Different with Every Bite On restaurant menus all over town, dukkah, a blend of spices and nuts, is making an appearance. Pronounced DOO-kah, it’s...

What to Eat at Every Single Major League Ballpark

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As the 2018 MLB season kicks off, what better time to whet (or ruin) your appetite with a look at some of the hyper-American cuisine found in our country's...

“Parts Unknown” episodes that reveal the genius of Anthony Bourdain

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1: Houston (Season 8, Episode 5) Bourdain issued an edict while planning this episode to not include any white people, and the result is a beautiful picture of the American...

Why You Should Crack an Egg Into Your Coffee Grounds – Eater

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I remember watching my grandmother make us egg coffee when we’d visit her summertime cabin home on the orange-tinged shores of Lake Esquagama, Minnesota. She’d crack an egg into...