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Sammy DeMarco, Frank Coraci Team Up for 'Chow Masters'

Las Vegas restaurateur and director Frank Coraci (The Wedding Singer, Waterboy) have teamed up for Chow Masters, an upcoming travelogue with a...

by Karen Lo
Editor, April 16, 2014

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Lessons Learned at Boston Dive Bars

When I’m not on the road these days, I’m busy trying to discover some of the best things about my hometown, Boston. First of all, I know...

by Lola DiMarco
Special Contributor, April 16, 2014

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Chipotle Mexican Grill

For many, Chipotle is what fast food should be: tasty, ethically responsible, not too expensive, and reasonably healthy. While you might think that...

by Dan Myers
Editor, April 16, 2014

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How to Make a Chocolate Easter Egg

Fill your Easter basket this year with homemade chocolate cream-filled eggs. Making them at home is easier than you think — and is even a fun...

by Emily Jacobs
Editor, April 16, 2014

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Malaysian Chili Sesame Prawns

by Emily Jacobs
Editor, April 16, 2014

131.

101 Best Cupcakes in America

Cupcakes are dead. At least, that is what The Wall Street Journal reported on August 17th, 2013. The gourmet dessert phenomenon...

by Lauren Gordon
Editor, April 16, 2014

101 Best Cupcakes
132.

Snackshot of the Day: Vegetable Omelette

The Daily Meal's editors, contributors, and readers dig into some pretty great restaurants, festivals, and meals. There's not always enough...

by Jane Bruce
The Daily Meal Staff, April 16, 2014

133.

The Truth About Shellfish

Shellfish eat plankton, mainly a little guy called a dinoflagellate. (And no, “dinoflagellate” does not mean “dinosaur fart”...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, April 16, 2014

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Stonestreet 2009 Rockfall is Rock Star Tier Cabernet

Do you love cabernet sauvignon? If you answered affirmatively, I certainly hope one of the places you’re drinking it from is Alexander Valley...

by Gabe Sasso
Special Contributor, April 16, 2014

135.

What Is Taro Root?

No, it’s not a funny shaped coconut, it’s taro root. Also known as corm, the underground root of the taro plant grows to about the size...

by Emily Jacobs
Editor, April 16, 2014

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10 Highest Calorie American Holidays

Ah, the Holidays. It really doesn’t matter what holiday you are referring to, the blanket “holidays” term evokes a similar...

by Lauren Gordon
Editor, April 16, 2014

High Calorie Holidays
137.

What Is the Tequila Song?

If you can instantly recognize — and hum along to — the song “Tequila,” but you couldn’t name the band that recorded it...

by Jess Novak
Editor, April 16, 2014

138.

Chocolate Easter Egg

by Emily Jacobs
Editor, April 16, 2014

139.

You Won't Believe What People Put on Pizza Around the World

There’s so much more to pizza than cheese — people will really put anything from pineapple, to mashed potatoes, to macaroni and cheese (...

by Serusha Govender
Editor, April 16, 2014

140.

Where to Eat on Easter Across America

Here at The Daily Meal, we know that while Easter should generally be a relaxing time spent with loved ones, if you're the one preparing the meal...

by Adam D'Arpino
Editor, April 16, 2014

141.

Aziz Ansari Finally Has His Own Food Show and It's on a Boat

Aziz Ansari is perhaps best recognized as the comedian who plays the thinly-veiled version of himself on NBC’s Parks and Recreation (“...

by Karen Lo
Editor, April 16, 2014

142.

Pinterest Challenge: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Stuffed Pretzels

SoI took at a stab at it, and tried to recreate Pinterest’s epic Warm Chocolate Chip Cookie Stuffed Soft Pretzels. Prep Time: 30 minutes, plus...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, April 16, 2014

143.

Battle Royale: Luna vs. Quest vs. Kind Bars

3. Quest Bar: Photo by Krysten Dorfman Don’t let the low sugar content of Quest Bars fool you, they still taste pretty damn good (put the brownie...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, April 16, 2014

144.

10 Best Jazz Bars in New Orleans

Springtime in New Orleans is a beautiful thing. The azaleas begin to bloom behind the wrought iron fences of centuries-old historic homes down in the...

by Emily Alford
Special Contributor, April 16, 2014

145.

Punta Mita Gourmet & Golf Classic: A Culinary Hole in One

There’s a private peninsula jutting out from the Mexican mainland about 26 miles north of Puerto Vallarta in the Mexican state of Nayarit. It...

by Dan Myers
Editor, April 16, 2014

146.

Burger King China Release PooPoo Smoothie

It may sound completely disgusting, but apparently people who have tried Burger King China’s new PooPoo Smoothie, say it’s actually...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, April 16, 2014

147.

5 Summertime Cocktails to Jump-Start Finals

The Blue Ivy Photo by Jess Hayes Named just for you, Bey. Total time: 10 minutes Servings: 1 cocktail Ingredients: 2.5-oz. Malibu Rum 2.5-oz. Blue...

by Spoon University
Special Contributor, April 16, 2014

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KFC Bringing Back the Double Down

Hear that? It’s the sound of arteries re-hardening around the world. Kentucky Fried Chicken has unofficially announced that the Double Down is...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, April 16, 2014

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Food Losses and Waste Reduction As One way to Secure Food in Japan

In Japan, food loss and waste represent loss of domestic food security. The motivation to fight food loss and waste in Japan does not only have to do...

by Food Tank
Special Contributor, April 16, 2014

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Critic Roundup: Narcissa gets Village Voice Love

This week in critic news, Pete Wells sang the praises of the elusive Peter Chang, writing: "The United States has any number of very skilled...

by Adam D'Arpino
Editor, April 16, 2014