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The Real Four Questions of Passover: College Edition

Now that you’re a cool college grown-up, you might be asking some different questions about this holiday. We’re here to help. 1. On all other...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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The Ultimate Utensil: What team are you on?

First, let’s stop by Asia where chopsticks are all the rage. Who knew you could eat with two sticks? With the right technique, the most...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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What Is America's Best Grocery Store? You Tell Us

With one on every corner or in every shopping center, grocery stores are as ubiquitous as Starbucks. As perfunctory as grocery shopping can be in our...

by Emily Jacobs
Editor, April 14, 2014

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Introducing The Daily Meal Culinary Council: Darrell Corti

Known as "The Professor" by his colleagues in the food and drink world for his vast expertise, Darrell Corti is a second-generation...

by Colman Andrews
Editor, April 14, 2014

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World's First Glow in the Dark Ice Cream Invented

They’ve re-invented ice cream in every which way from creating savory olive oil flavors to bringing back old-fashioned soda fountains/ice cream...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, April 14, 2014

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And the New Flavor of Taco Bell's Doritos Locos Tacos Is…

Taco Bell has revealed that the newest addition to the Doritos Locos Tacos family will be Spicy Chicken Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Tacos. The news...

by Karen Lo
Editor, April 14, 2014

And the New Flavor of Taco Bell's Doritos Locos Tacos Is…
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Introducing The Daily Meal Culinary Council: Floyd Cardoz

Floyd Cardoz has been the executive chef of North End Grill in Manhattan's Battery Park City since it opened in January 2012 and announced just...

by Colman Andrews
Editor, April 14, 2014

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San Francisco Wine School Offering Weekend Immersion Program

From April 26th to 28th, the San Francisco Wine School will host an intensive, three-day wine education program on California wines and wine regions...

by Karen Lo
Editor, April 14, 2014

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Monday Munchies

Photo by Amanda Schulman 2. This artist creates incredible “foodscape” images using only food products. Photo by Carl Warner courtesy...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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Where to Eat in Seattle on Easter

With more than 300 eggs hidden throughout their dining rooms, Madison Valley’s Harvest Vine hosts the best and biggest restaurant...

by Alexis Steinman
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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David Guas Will Be Host of Travel Channel's American Grilled

This won’t be your typical backyard burgers on the ol’ Weber. Chef David Guas, owner of the popular Bayou Bakery in Arlington,...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, April 14, 2014

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Nation's First 'Bud and Breakfast' to Open in Denver

A company that will soon be called The MaryJane Group, Inc. plans on taking the bed and breakfast concept to a whole new level for Denver visitors...

by Adam D'Arpino
Editor, April 14, 2014

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Artificial Fertilizer Use levels-off as regions reach state of diminishing returns

Artificial fertilizer use is leveling off and even decreasing in many regions of the world as countries have started to reach a state of diminishing...

by Food Tank
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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Spoon GU’s Food Fest 2014

Special thanks to all the vendors that participated in our event! Be on the look out for more Spoon events to take over Georgetown’s campus...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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Impeccable European-Style Pastries in Las Vegas

We made our way through the crowds, past the slot machines and gambling tables at the Aria Resort and Casino to find a treasure of European...

by Beth Jackson Kl...
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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Are You Attending The New York Travel Festival? We Are!

We’re getting excited, as the 2014 New York Travel Festival is quickly approaching — April 26 and 27 at Bohemian National Hall. At the...

by Epicure and Culture
, April 14, 2014

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Where to Eat in Chicago on Easter

Celebrate spring in the most tasteful of ways with one of these great Chicago restaurants. Whether you are looking for brunch or supper, these...

by Lauren Knight
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

IO Lemon Donuts
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Jet Airways

et Airways meals are included in the price of your ticket however meals on Jetkonnect services are paid for. The following information includes...

by Inflight Feed
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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Air India

ir India still offer a wide range of free meals and snacks for passengers on all flights. Below you will find information on air india meals for...

by Inflight Feed
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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Terroir Talk: Tasting the Earth in Your Wine

photo: Caliterra In wine jargon, terroir is a term that is trending amongst oenophiles and befuddling wine novices....

by Menuism
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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Easy Company - Old Town's New Beer & Cocktail Bar

Easy Company is new northwest Portland bar from the highly regarded Aviation Gin co-founder Ryan Magarian and local restaurateur kingmaker Kurt...

by The New School Beer
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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KFC Debuts Chicken Corsage for Prom

Because there’s nothing as romantic as fried chicken, KFC is getting into the high school prom game with a limited-time “chicken corsage...

by Elizabeth Licata
Writer, April 14, 2014

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Zen Wings vs. Wings Over

Step 1: Choose wisely. We picked similar flavors from each restaurant for easy comparison. We got 16 flavors (spicy teriyaki x2), about 10 lbs, and...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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The Abbey Bar - New Belgian Inspired Portland Beer Bar

Portland may be home to a lot of breweries and tap houses but one thing we are lacking is Belgian Bier bars, attempting to help fill that void is the...

by The New School Beer
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014

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Savory Oatmeal Ideas

The only problem is that having oatmeal for breakfast every day gets hella boring. If you find yourself with stocks of oats that just aren’t...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, April 14, 2014