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4 Thanksgiving Dishes To Enjoy A Tasty Family Dinner

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Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrating the alliance between Pilgrim settlers and Native Americans who were sharing their harvests from the fall of 1621. 90 Native Americans joined 53 Pilgrims for a night of feasting, and although the menu has changed quite a bit, the sentiment behind it has not. Gathering …

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The Street Food Kingdom of Bangkok

Street food kingdom

Bangkok is considered heaven for food lovers and caters to almost every taste. Fine dining is one way to enjoy food but the real fun lies in tasting the street food. Eating around the small food stalls you find in markets and street corners is a great culinary experience. The …

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13 Scary Halloween Homemade Food Ideas

Halloween homemade food ideas

With Halloween around the corner, you have to decide which scary treats you are going to offer. If you are planning on buying some candy, then you should check our article about 4 Spooky Halloween Treats You Can Find In The US. But if you prefer to prepare some homemade …

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8 Spanish Dishes You Must Try At Least Once

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Spain is made up of many different regions. And, as in many other countries, each of which has their own distinctive flavor and cuisine. I discovered the many delicious offerings of the Iberian Peninsula while traveling in Spain one summer. Moreover, I was quick to attempt the replication of many …

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5 Pittsburgh Restaurants Foodies Can’t Miss

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My reason for visiting Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) was more a matter of convenience. My boyfriend and I lived eight hours from each other, and this city was a great meet-in-the-middle destination for a long, summer weekend. Four days and thousands of calories later, we learned that Pittsburgh is vastly underrated and …

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