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Paris Best: Ethnic Food

TweetIf you want to take a break from all the steak frites and duck confits you’ve been downing in Paris, [...]

If you want to take a break from all the steak frites and duck confits you’ve been downing in Paris, then consider trying these five ethnic restaurants around the city. From Middle-Eastern street food to Korean barbecue lunches, these five dining experiences will spice up your trip — and satisfy your palate: L’As du Fallafel L’As du Fallafel is an experience in which you ... More...


By • Oct 20th, 2014 • Category: Cities, Dining, Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


11 Unusual Vegetables You’ve Never Heard Of

TweetIf you thought the regular veggies were odd… Many people have a hard time eating their fruits and veggies, often [...]

If you thought the regular veggies were odd… Many people have a hard time eating their fruits and veggies, often because they look or taste a bit odd. But those are just the vegetables you’re familiar with! Check out the list of freaky-looking veggies below to discover some of the most unusual–and AMAZING–vegetables you’ve probably never heard of… Oca – The Oca root... More...


By • Oct 18th, 2014 • Category: Adult Health, Food, Mom Health



Can Essiac Tea Really Help Cancer?

TweetA four-herb cancer fighting alternative… Cancer is a disease that most of us fear, but the truth is that there [...]

A four-herb cancer fighting alternative… Cancer is a disease that most of us fear, but the truth is that there are a number of treatments to help you deal with cancer. We’re not only talking about medicines, but also natural remedies! Essiac tea is one of the many remedies considered “possibly effective” for treating cancer, though there is a lot you need to know about it before you ... More...


By • Oct 16th, 2014 • Category: Adult Health, Food, Mom Health


Baked Spaghetti Squash to Un-Pasta National Pasta Day

TweetIn celebration of National Pasta Day, I created this un-pasta baked spaghetti dish to satisfy your every craving. National Pasta [...]

In celebration of National Pasta Day, I created this un-pasta baked spaghetti dish to satisfy your every craving. National Pasta Day is October 17, so I figured I’d whip up something super easy, healthy, and ironic (culinary hipster right here, people). My Baked Spaghetti Squash dish takes about 30 minutes all in, only about 10 minutes of prep, and is gluten-free, vegetarian, and ridiculously sati... More...


By • Oct 16th, 2014 • Category: Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Health Benefits of Juniper Berries

TweetFind out what these amazing little berries can do… If you’re looking for an AMAZING herbal remedy to deal with [...]

Find out what these amazing little berries can do… If you’re looking for an AMAZING herbal remedy to deal with a number of health problems, look no further than juniper berries! As one of the oldest European remedies, these little berries offer amazing health benefits. Bonus: Gin was originally made from Juniper berries, and the name “gin” comes from the Dutch word for the berr... More...


By • Oct 14th, 2014 • Category: Adult Health, Food, Mom Health


Introducing the Underground Weed Dining Culture

TweetAs marijuana becomes more widely accepted, restaurants have begun serving fine dining edibles. Roasted local ribeye with Maui Waui baked [...]

As marijuana becomes more widely accepted, restaurants have begun serving fine dining edibles. Roasted local ribeye with Maui Waui baked potatoes and spring vegetables (and weed, of course) Anyone who has ever eaten a weed edible (and I’m not saying I have), knows there are several stages of your high. The first stage involves you wondering if you are feeling any effects. The second stage invo... More...


By • Oct 13th, 2014 • Category: Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Project Sunlight: Helping Turn the Tables on Child Hunger

TweetThere are 16 million children struggling with hunger – that’s the population of Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia and [...]

There are 16 million children struggling with hunger – that’s the population of Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia and Chicago combined. Hunger in America has no boundaries – it’s rural, urban and suburban – and with 1 in 5 children unaware where their next meal is coming from, one of these children could be your own neighbor or even your child’s best friend. As a mom of thre... More...


By • Oct 13th, 2014 • Category: Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


10 Healthy Foods Our Grandparents Ate

TweetIt’s time to get back to the basics… Have you ever noticed how people in their later years–60s and beyond–had [...]

It’s time to get back to the basics… Have you ever noticed how people in their later years–60s and beyond–had far fewer illnesses and health problems than the people today? Diabetes, AIDS, cancer, and food allergies are just A FEW of the sickness that have become way bigger today than they were 30 to 50 years ago. So what changed? I’ll tell you what: our diet! If you want... More...


By • Oct 11th, 2014 • Category: Adult Health, Food, Mom Health


So, Deep Fried Maple Leaves are a Thing

TweetIn Japan, deep fried maple leaves are a popular snack. You would think this delicacy should come out of Canada, [...]

In Japan, deep fried maple leaves are a popular snack. You would think this delicacy should come out of Canada, but I think we have proven that besides Ryan Reynolds, nothing good ever comes out of Canada. Japan has picked up the slack though, because deep fried maple leaves, called maple tempura is all the rage over there this fall. Obviously it isn’t as simple as it seems though, as the maple leav... More...


By • Oct 11th, 2014 • Category: Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


5 Crazy Donuts I Want to Eat Now

TweetIf you love donuts as much as I do (honestly, is there any sentence more American than that?), this post [...]

If you love donuts as much as I do (honestly, is there any sentence more American than that?), this post is dedicated to every far-reaching corner of your soul. Scroll through the slides for crazy delicious donut action. 1. Old Dirty Bastard. This yeast-raised donut comes from Voodoo Doughnut in Portland, Oregon. Chocolate frosting, crushed Oreos, and peanut butter drizzle make this my desired clos... More...


By • Oct 10th, 2014 • Category: Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL