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4th of July Big Batch Cocktails

July 4th = friends + family + food = need for big batch cocktails!<p>Pitcher cocktails are not only economical because you're mixing up one cocktail instead of many, but it also frees you up as the host, so you can enjoy the festivities! Whip up a batch of one or all, kick back, and enjoy your 4th of …

The Best Potato Salad Recipe You've Ever Tasted

<i>Written by Nicole Fabian-Weber on CafeMom's blog, The Stir.</i><p>Now that the weather's (finally) heated up, we can have barbecues. And picnics. And picnics where we can barbecue! Yay! So. What are you going to bring to the table? Your sister-in-law is bringing dessert. Your cousin is bringing the …

9 Totally Bizarre And Wonderful Fashion Pizzas

Take a bite out of Anna Wintour's face. Literally!<p>Read more about Crolla on Fashionista, and follow him on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for more pizza art.

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5-Minute Flatbread Pizza with Prosciutto, Arugula, and Mozzarella

This recipe is a slight cheat on skillet pizza, since it uses pre-made flatbread instead of pizza dough. Then again, it really does take just five minutes to make, so I don't feel badly about it at all. I made two personal pizzas in succession and the first one didn't get soggy or cold by the time …

Watch Chicago Chefs Cook With Power Tools

Apparently quite a few Chicago chefs use power tools (and in one case, an innocuous grooming tool) to cook, prep, or plate food in their restaurant kitchens. In this Crain's video: Watch <b>David Burke's Primehouse</b> chef <b>Rick Gresh</b> use a <b>power drill/holesaw</b> combo to clean the ends of corn, or <b>François</b> …

Paula Deen Magazine Sends an Email Newsletter Boldly Supporting Paula Deen

Embattled ex-Food Network personality <b>Paula Deen</b> got dropped by all the major corporations, but one company (so far) is sticking by her: <b>Hoffman Media</b>, publisher of <i>Cooking with Paula Deen</i>. Hoffman Media is the publisher of eight very fine magazines — including <i>TeaTime</i>, <i>Southern Lady</i>, and <i>Entertain</i> …

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She’s Certainly the Voice of ... Something

“I may be a white woman, but I could no longer tolerate her abuse of power as a business owner, nor her condonation of Mr. Hier’s despicable behavior …

Tips On Using Your Camera Phone To Capture Food Memories While Traveling

Back in the day if you wanted to remember an amazing meal when traveling abroad, you had to talk about it. You'd tell stories to your friends and …

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Banned Foods

As of yesterday, foie gras isn't the only thing off Californian menus. The state's <b>ban on shark fins</b> — signed into law in October 2011 — officially took full effect, prohibiting the sale of cooked or dried shark fins, considered a delicacy in Chinese cuisine. But a legal battle's brewing: According …

Ben Franklin: Founding Father of Veganism, and other Presidential Favorite Dishes

Okay, so we all know the history of the Fourth of July...or maybe some of us have forgotten (middle school was a long time ago, okay?). At whatsGOOD, we kinda zone out about history unless there's something more interesting involved (usually food), so we dug into our database of 417,000 restaurants …

Watch a Breakdown of What's Inside Your Coffee

Apparently more than 98 percent of each cup of coffee is comprised of the water used to brew it, but the techies at Wired take an in-depth look at the other two percent in this video animation. According to the soothing narration, "some of the compounds in coffee would be <b>pretty repulsive</b> if they …