What do you eat for breakfast? If you’re like me, it depends on the day. On a standard weekday, I’ll go for cereal with blueberries, and maybe an English muffin.
When you were a kid, what was your favorite part about Easter? Dipping hard-boiled eggs in dye? Hunting for plastic Easter eggs full of loose change or jellybeans?
Move over, nachos. Tater tots are in town! 7-Eleven has just decided to invest in a make-it-yourself tater tot bar at select locations.
As if you needed another reason to eat your vegetables, a new study has found that those who eat at least one serving of leafy greens a day—including cooked spinach, collard greens, and kale—have a better memory and cognitive function than those who never or rarely eat vegetables.
Crepes are much more than pancakes’ thin relative–they are an uber-versatile pastry that can be served at any time from brunch to lunch to when you’re on the go.
My first thought when I walk into Dumpling Time is “Thank God I skipped breakfast.” The lunch shift is just beginning at 11 a.m., and the first few patrons are sitting down, most looking like they’ve been here before, slipping into informal tables while K-Pop videos play on a projection screen.
Tired of ordering the same few drinks each time you visit Starbucks? What if you could invent your own pick-me-up at your favorite coffee shop?
A new report claims bottled water frequently contains tiny particles of plastic in it. The study, which was conducted by the State University of New York at Fredonia and non-profit journalism organization Orb Media, analyzed 259 bottles of water from 11 different brands sold across nine countries, including the United States.
The TV landscape is cluttered with competitive cooking shows. And no matter how many you watch, the narrative is always the same.
As scientists and researchers continue to make strides decoding the secrets of health, they’ve increasingly focused attention on the microbiome.
Walmart is upping their grocery game. In a bid to compete with Amazon, the big box behemoth is expanding its grocery delivery service to over 100 metropolitan areas.
As March Madness draws nigh, you’ve probably paid a lot of attention to your brackets, but what about your game day menus?
For over a century, Oreos have been one of the most delicious and versatile cookies around. Whether you dip it in milk, use it as an ice cream topping, or put it in cheesecake, there really is no wrong way to eat an Oreo.
This March marks the 15th anniversary of the Ferry Building Marketplace, a San Francisco landmark and favorite gathering place among locals and visitors alike.
While it may seem hard to believe, spring is just around the corner. Even though in many parts of the country snow is still on the ground!
As far back as I can remember, my grandma was always pushing coffee. She loves the stuff and, for reasons unknown, wanted her people to love it too.
Disney might be the most magical place on earth, however, when it comes to the park’s food, vegetarians are severely lacking in options (unless you enjoy settling for a hummus sandwich or want to make a meal out of churros, that is).
Like Christmas, Easter is a Christian (and possibly originally pagan) holiday that’s just as popular among the secular set.
There are a few different ways to approach brunch. For some, it’s a big meal served early in the day to fuel productivity—shopping, exploring, hiking, you name it.
In the age-old breakfast debate of pancakes versus waffles, it’s hard to pick a side. Both are delicious, and each has its superior applications (chicken and pancakes is not a thing for a good reason, but you can’t roll waffles around jam and cream as you can with crepes, which are technically part of the pancake family).