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  • Interesting facts about French fries

    10 things you didn't know about french fries

    When a food product is eaten and loved all over the world, there are bound to be some interesting facts and figures that crop up that can boggle the mind, like which famous company is responsible for a full third of American french fry sales, or the fact that there is a museum in Belgium entirely devoted to the classic fast-food snack. Read on to learn 10 things that you didn’t know about french fries.

  • Conde Nast Traveler

    The best farmers’ markets in the U.S.

    I’ve never met a farmers market that I didn’t like—even if it’s only a truck parked on the side of the road with a hand-painted FRESH CORN sign, I’ll usually stop to see what’s in season. During my travels I’ve learned which greenmarkets rise above the rest, and these are some of my favorite weekly markets around the country.

  • Tailgating tips

    The right way to tailgate at the stadium

    Leave it to barbecue expert and grill girl Elizabeth Karmel to know how to tailgate the right way. The Hill Country chef revealed her secrets — worth implementing immediately! — for tailgating at the stadium.

  • Roasted butternut squash

    8 beautiful butternut squash recipes

    All hail the mighty butternut squash! Its creamy consistency; mellow, buttery flavor; and golden-orange hue make it an ideal addition to salads, soups, pasta, pizza, and more. Take a look at these eight great recipes for squash-piration.

  • Kale recipes

    21 inventive ways to get your kale fix

    We've all heard about the bounty of benefits a heaping helping of kale has to offer our stomachs and taste buds, but actually putting the dark, leafy green on your plate is a whole different story.

  • Uses for leftover fruits and vegetables

    26 genius uses for leftover fruits and vegetables

    Sometimes you only need half an avocado, which leaves the remaining half potentially languishing away in the back of the fridge.

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    5 ways to relax with matcha

    Matcha is more than the curious green drink you see on the shelves at Whole Foods and in the hands of models during Fashion Week. Apart from the fact that it has its own emoji and a long list of health benefits, matcha is known to bring about something we could all use a bit more of—relaxation. A particular amino acid within the finely ground green tea leaves may help promote the soothing sense of mind, while also increasing concentration. It’s no wonder that Buddhist monks and samurai warriors were said to drink matcha before meditation and battle. With the last month of summer upon us, the founders of matcha brand PANATEA, Jessica Lloyd and David Mandelbaum, have reimagined the ceremonial drink to create five matcha recipes suited for cool and calm relaxation.

  • Cronut ice cream sundae

    Cronut creator now sells ice cream sundaes in a can

    Ansel's latest concept is ice cream in a can.

  • Burger King

    Man buys 23 Burger King pies out of spite

    Man buys 23 Burger King pies to spite a small child.

  • CN Digital Studio

    10 amazing ways to make better guacamole

    Kick the classic version up a notch with healthy mix-ins that lower the fat and boost nutrition without skimping on flavor.

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    Cha-Ching: Cold brew and ice coffee recipes to save you big bucks

    It's black coffee. With ice. So why the $$? Here, DIY tips to recreate the wallet-consuming habit at home.

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