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Magical Christmas Markets of Europe

Every year leading up to December large squares throughout Europe transform into Christmas wonderlands. From the small villages tucked high in the …

European Travel

34 Dump Dinners for Your Slow Cooker

On crazy days, you need a meal that comes together fast. Enter the slow-cooked dump dinner. In the morning, just throw everything in your slow …

25 books by billionaires that will teach you how to run the world

That's why we've rounded up 25 books by self-made billionaires. From the business insights of Bill Gates to the leadership lessons of Richard Branson, the wisdom collected in these pages extends far beyond the classroom.<p>Learn how these masters of industry achieved the impossible, in their own words.

This guy used a frequent-flyer loophole to take a $60,000 trip in a first-class suite on Emirates — here's what it was like

Travel blogger Sam Huang recently cashed in his Alaska Airlines frequent-flyer miles for a $60,000 trip around the world, and luckily he took plenty of pictures documenting what it was like.<p>"Unlimited Dom Perignon, wild caviar, and a shower spa while flying 40,000 feet in the air — it's no wonder …

American Horror Story's Hotel: The Truth Is Scarier

American Horror Story's 5th season -- titled "Hotel" -- is based on a reality that is stranger than fiction. Tourists are lured into a downtown Los …

Horror

Strange Magic: Four Stories About Disney’s Dark Side

As much fun as it is, Disney can be scary. Any corporation of Disney’s magnitude and influence is scary, no matter how superficially benevolent it …

Reese Witherspoon's Son Deacon Is Such A Dapper 12-Year-Old

Happy birthday, Deacon!<p>This is one seriously chic preteen.<p>Deacon Phillippe celebrated his 12th birthday in style with the help of his superstar mom, Reese Witherspoon. The son of the "Legally Blonde" actress and her ex-husband Ryan Phillippe looked adorably dapper in a suit and bowtie as he smiled …

Tweens

A field guide to 20 great regional sandwiches of the USA

Behold the sandwich: a modern culinary wonder of the world. Named for a British Earl, borrowed from the Dutch, invented by some unheralded genius that first stuffed something tasty inside of dough and ate it, and, in modern day, mastered by the Americans. Take a trip across the United States and …

Italy by the slice: a guide to Italy's regional pizzas

Olympic debates may keep piazzas across Italy buzzing most summer nights, but only until the pizza arrives. Silence falls as diners rip into the hot crust, hastily blow on scorched fingers, then dig right in again. UNESCO is considering Italy's 2011 request to grant World Heritage status to pizza, …

A no-sushi guide to food in Japan

You're in Japan. You've eaten more sushi in two days than you have in your whole life and you feel like you consist entirely of raw fish. It's time to try out these spectacular Japanese culinary classics, without a shred of sashimi in sight.<p><b>Tempura</b><p>If your only experience of tempura is …

The USA's best regional desserts

Apple pie gets a lot of glory for being the embodiment of American desserts – ‘As American as apple pie’ as the saying goes, flatly ignoring the fact that apple pie isn’t an American invention. That said, American apple pie truly shines when prepared with regional flare — such as being made with …

A guide to the eateries of France

There's a vast number of eateries in France. Most have defined roles, though some definitions are becoming a bit blurred. Here's a quick guide:<p>Auberge<p>An <i>auberge</i> (inn), which may also appear as an <i>auberge de campagne</i> or <i>auberge du terroir</i> (country inn), is usually attached to a rural B&B or small hotel …

Eating in Myanmar (Burma): an intro to Burmese food

Burmese food suffers from a bad rap – a rather unjustified bad rap in our opinion. While Burmese food can be somewhat oily, and lacks the diversity and firy spicing of cuisine in neighbouring Thailand, with a bit of advice and background knowledge we’re confident you’ll return from Myanmar having …

Feast on Europe's best food trucks

Food trucks may be trendy now but the concept is hardly new. Since the turn of the century, hungry workers have counted on mobile vans and stalls lining city streets to provide cheap, filling fixes. Today, the lack of capital for brick-and-mortar restaurants has inspired a surge of chefs to turn …

Most lip-smacking street food

Lunch tastes best from a curb-side cart: grab your fork or simply use your fingers, and munch your way through the world’s best street eats. This tempting list, taken from <i>Lonely Planet's 1000 Ultimate Experiences</i>, is sure to get your taste buds tingling...<p><i>Chouriços</i>, Goa, India<p>Slow-dried in long, …

A guide to the eateries of Hong Kong

How many kinds of restaurants are there in Hong Kong? How much time do you have? How big is your appetite? What is your gastronomic interest? Getting the idea? Hong Kong is entrepot to the world. And so it is restaurateur to the world.<p>Hotel Restaurants<p>Many of the best and oldest restaurants in Hong …

A guide to the eateries of Spain

Restaurants have been a part of Spanish culture for centuries. Indeed Spain is home to the oldest surviving restaurant in the world. According to the Guinness book that would be Sobrino de Botín (established 1725) just off Plaza Mayor in Madrid. Botín is merely the oldest and you’ll find many other …

The glutton's guide to New Orleans

<i>New Orleans finds itself in its food; meals are both expressions of identity and bridges between the city’s many divisions. In this excerpt from Lonely Planet’s hot-off-the-press</i> New Orleans city guide<i>, we take a tour of the best cuisine in town.</i><p>Roux<p>Very few meals begin life in Louisiana without a …

London for foodies

Gone are the days when London’s food scene left more than a little to be desired. These days the British capital is recognised as one of the world’s great foodie destinations, where Michelin-starred restaurants battle it out with inexpensive ethnic eateries, where food markets are the new rock ‘n’ …

A guide to the eateries of Turkey

<i>A guide to the various types of eating places you'll find in Turkey.</i><p>One of the joys of eating out in Turkey is that there’s no need to order your whole meal at once. It’s perfectly acceptable to order one or two small dishes, see how you go, and order more later if you’re still hungry or tempted. …

A guide to the eateries of Thailand

The first <i>ráan khâo kaeng</i> (rice & curry shop) to have been historically documented was a lean-to affair situated just outside the palace walls in 17th century Ayuthaya. It was said to have served rice and curry to palace courtiers who were too busy to prepare meals for themselves, but we know …

Beyond the street stalls: where else to eat in Bangkok

Read just about any article about eating in Bangkok, and you’ll find gushing references to the glories of the city’s street food. While much of the food sold from mobile carts is tasty, it’s far from the only great eating to be had in the Thai capital. The Bangkok of today is home to a vast …

The 10 Best Airlines for Snacking

We’ve all been there: 30,000 feet in the air, your stomach starts to rumble, and there’s nothing to nosh on. You were too busy dealing with TSA to …

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Two-Ingredient Magic Shell

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today: Marian shows us how to make magic shell at home, with just two pantry ingredients.</i><p>There's magic hiding in your cupboard.<p>It's not Narnia (sorry), …

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Foodily Blog

Open Thread: What's The Unsexiest Food of All Time?

As you may or may not be aware, Valentine's Day is coming up next week. If you're planning on celebrating, feel free to head straight this way for recipes, gift guides, and more, but if you're not, perhaps you'd like to revel in some distinctly unsexy foodstuffs instead? In an informal poll of …

Would You Eat This Volcano Pie?

In Menasha, WI, two women—Nora Asplund and Kim Moutsopoulosare—decided to liven up the routine at Aspen Landing restaurant with the Volcano Pizza. According to the Sheboygan Press, it's inspired by a similar pie Nora discovered being made in Italy.<p>It comes one size, with up to three toppings, and …

The 5 Middle Eastern Pantry Staples, from Pomegranate Molasses to Ras-El-Hanout

From pomegranate molasses to ras-el-hanout, the 5 most common (and important) Middle Eastern ingredients to keep in your pantry<p>Middle Eastern dishes combine fresh, tangy, and fragrant flavors. Here are 5 of the most common (and important) ingredients:<p>1. Tahini<p>Used in dressings, sauces, dips, even …

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