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Nestle’s Latest Kit Kats Are Filled With Cake

Japan is no stranger to mouth-watering culinary exclusives, especially when it comes to sweets. After introducing a new “strong-flavored” edition of the beloved green tea-flavored Kit Kats back in March, Nestle has returned with its latest take on the tried and true wafer-filled bars — one that adds cake to the mix. Dubbed “Gateau Mignon,” […]

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The Biem Butter Sprayer Solves My Most Pressing First World Problem

I hate getting anything greasy on my hands. That includes moisturizer, sunscreen, olive oil, margarine, and butter. Until recently I had reserved myself to living a life of dry toast and flavorless corn-on-the-cob, but then a one-trick kitchen gadget came along with exactly the one-trick I desperately wanted.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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What Local Spots in Your City Should Visitors Go to Instead of Chain Restaurants?

If you live in a city that attracts a steady stream of tourists, you already know (and side-eye) the chain restaurants that they tend to gravitate towards, even when there are perfectly delicious local options they could eat at instead—for instance, out-of-towners in New York flocking to the Times Square Olive Garden…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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How Little Time You Can Safely Get Away With Marinating Ceviche 

When our very own editor-in-chief sent me a recipe for ceviche, I was excited, because ceviche combines two of my favorite summertime activities: eating seafood and not cooking. When I read the recipe, however, I was a little appalled, for it suggested that beautiful pieces of fresh sea bass be left in an acidic…Read more… […]

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Get Cheaper Spices in the Ethnic Foods Aisle

Pound for pound, jarred spices are some of the priciest supplies in your kitchen. They’re much cheaper in bulk, and your best bet is ethnic grocery stores. But if you’re stuck at a generic supermarket (says redditor erahwahh), check the “ethnic foods” aisle, where spices are more likely to come in larger, cheaper…Read more… Continue […]

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Amazon Is Already Selling Its Prepackaged Meal Kits

With news surfacing earlier this week of a forthcoming meal kit service from Amazon, it now seems that those kits are already available to some customers of AmazonFresh. Reports suggest that there are currently 17 different options available, with a wide range of food styles and dietary options taking in everything from a Veggie Burger […]

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You Should Be Making (and Eating) More Icebox Cakes

I have always enjoyed a good church supper. Not only do I appreciate the wide variety of choices offered at such an affair, but I’m always impressed by how these church ladies could craft tasty dishes from seemingly unimpressive ingredients. Rather than brag about how how “homemade” and “from scratch” everything was,…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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50 Cent Sells Effen Vodka Stake for $60 Million USD

50 Cent has cut ties with Effen Vodka, for a reported $60 million USD buyout. Curtis, a minority stakeholder in the Holland-based liquor brand, started his relationship with the company in 2014, promoting Effen in his music and in commercials. However, the rapper allegedly ended his deal last month, confirming the split on Instagram. “I got the bag, EFFEN […]

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How to Use Up Pretty Much Any Leftover Berries by Turning Them Into Salsa

Berry recipes tend to veer towards the dessert end of things, but their juicy, sweet-and-tart nature can brighten up a whole world of savory. If you find your CSA basket runneth over with one particular type of berry—and just don’t feel like turning on the oven for a pie or cobbler—consider making a fresh and […]

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