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101.

Japanese Food: Kyūshū's Popular Dishes

Japanese cuisine is extraordinarily diverse, and you can discover the various types of Japanese food by visiting Japanese restaurants.  One...

by Alexandra E. Petri
Editor, September 30, 2014

Japanese Food
102.

Chart: The Definitive Guide to Homemade Hummus

If you’ve graduated from store-bought hummus, or you’re at least looking for ways to do more with dip, check out this neat and simple...

by Karen Lo
Editor, September 30, 2014

Chart: The Definitive Guide to Homemade Hummus
103.

A New York Cheesecake Tour

Earlier this month, the owner of Junior’s Restaurant, the renowned cheesecake hotspot of downtown Brooklyn, turned down a $45 million offer...

by Raymond Hook
Special Contributor, September 30, 2014

104.

NOBREADNYC, Gluten-Free Guide to Restaurants, Debuts Oct. 1

On Wednesday, October 1, former JP Morgan analyst Nicole Cogan will launch NOBREADNYC.com, a New York City-based guide to gluten-free menu options...

by Karen Lo
Editor, September 30, 2014

NOBREADNYC, a Gluten-Free Guide to Restaurants, Launches October 1
105.

Pepsi Looking to Make Carbonated Candy Granola Bars

Snacking companies may be running out of ideas. From quirky new Oreo varieties like watermelon, to pumpkin-flavored everything, we thought we had...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, September 30, 2014

Pepsi Looking to Make Carbonated Candy Granola Bars
106.

Guy On A Bike: Basics Of Bicycle Commuting

By: Guy Still According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2013 American Community Survey (and my amateur calculations), nearly 860,000 people in the...

by CBS Minnesota
, September 30, 2014

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Ratatouille

by Califia Suntree
Special Contributor, September 30, 2014

Ratatouille
108.

Beef Stroganoff

by Califia Suntree
Special Contributor, September 30, 2014

Beef Stroganoff
109.

This 8,000-Calorie Breakfast Requires You to Sign a Waiver

Imagine a breakfast so disgustingly large and heart attack-inducing, that you have to sign a waiver in order to consume it. We would probably pass on...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, September 30, 2014

This 8,000-Calorie Breakfast Requires You to Sign a Waiver
110.

Supermarket Hangs Sign on How to Increase Customer Spending

London-based freelancer Chris Dodd recently saw an all-too-revealing poster in the window of a Sainsbury’s supermarket location. Dodd...

by Karen Lo
Editor, September 30, 2014

111.

Lemony Chicken-Noodle Soup

by Califia Suntree
Special Contributor, September 30, 2014

Lemony Chicken-Noodle Soup
112.

Food Network’s Gina and Pat Neely Announce Divorce

Gina and Pat Neely, the couple behind the Food Network show Down Home with the Neelys, announced their decision to divorce on Friday, September 26....

by Karen Lo
Editor, September 30, 2014

Food Network’s Gina and Pat Neely Announce Divorce
113.

Three New Two-Star Michelin Restaurants in 2015 NYC Guide

The best of the best restaurants in New York City have been announced as part of the New York City 10th-anniversary Michelin Guide.  In total,...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, September 30, 2014

Three New Two-Star Michelin Restaurants in 2015 NYC Guide
114.

Uma Temakeria: Hands Down the Best Fast-Casual Temaki in NYC

The one time I visited Japan was over 20 years ago during the summer. I was still too young and inexperienced to fully appreciate the food as I do...

by GutterGourmet
Special Contributor, September 30, 2014

115.

Meet the Culinary Entrepreneurs: Ariane Daguin

Foie gras. Pâté. Offal. These niche food items may be familiar to us today, but in 1985, these products were unknown to many Americans. That is,...

by Institute of Cu...
, September 30, 2014

116.

Red Hot Chili Recipe

Some foods were meant to be spicy. Red hot chili is one of those foods. With a combination of hot chili peppers and hot spices, this fiery chili...

by Kristie Collado
Editor, September 30, 2014

Red Hot Chili Recipe
117.

Ways You Didn't Realize You Were Being Rude

It feels as though the days of men pulling out chairs for women are long gone. Still, while the old ideas of chivalry may have faded away, there are...

by Fabiana Santana
Special Contributor, September 30, 2014

Etiquette Lessons
118.

Hooters Funds Breast Cancer Research with #SupportOurHooters

Throughout the month of October, Hooters will honor National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with several opportunities for customers to help fight...

by Karen Lo
Editor, September 30, 2014

Hooters Funds Breast Cancer Research with #SupportOurHooters
119.

A Chat with Three Chefs at Feast Portland

On any given day, the city of Portland is already full of top-notch chefs. But during September’s Wine and Food Festival, Feast Portland, it...

by Jenny Block
Special Contributor, September 30, 2014

120.

How to Make Chili

Whether you like it mild or red hot, chili is a cold-weather favorite. And, chances are good you’ve come across quite a few different chili...

by Kristie Collado
Editor, September 30, 2014

How to Make Chili
121.

Feast Portland: Celebrating Great Food and Local Artisans

“The universal and most dominant conversation in a city these days is food,” Mike Thelin, co-founder of Feast Portland, told us. “...

by Jenny Block
Special Contributor, September 30, 2014

122.

Is This The Twin Cities’ Best Burger?

The Daily Meal recently published our 101 Best Burgers in America for 2014, and in order to compile our ranking, we assembled a list of nearly 200...

by Kate Kolenda
Editor, September 30, 2014

123.

Pepperoni Pizza Cake

by Pillsbury
Special Contributor, September 30, 2014

Pepperoni Pizza Cake
124.

Food Tank’s Fall Reading List: 20 Great Books About Food

Food Tank has selected 20 books that entertain, inform, and reaffirm the importance of food and agriculture.

by Food Tank
Special Contributor, September 30, 2014

125.

TGF: Recipe: Butterflied Barbeque Chicken

by CBS Tampa
, September 30, 2014