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Chorizo, black eyed pea, collared green, and cheese dip from @celebrityhottub. Holy wow

Make Cold Brewed Coffee in Your Blender

Cold brewed coffee is a great way to enjoy your daily caffeine fix, but making it can often be a little fussy depending on the method. This technique …

24 Extremely Delicious Slow Cooker Dinners

There's no better feeling than coming home after a long day to a great dinner that you've already made. Way to go, slow cooker. Way to go, self.

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Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Tacos with Sweet Chili Slaw

Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat and add olive oil. Cover the pork with the salt, pepper, paprika, onion powder and garlic powder. Sear the …

The romance of 1920s train travel

Considered one of the most luxurious rail journeys in the world, the Venice Simplon Orient Express takes travellers across Europe – and back in time.

Trains

Fall 2013 Guide to Chicago

Chicago summers are packed with street festivals and the ever-magnificent Lollapalooza, and the switch of seasons to autumn only continues the Second …

Andy Warhol

One Pot Wonders: Pork Chops with Fresh Peaches and Basil

I'm minorly obsessed with this dish—granted more so with the peaches than anything else, but that might be because I've loved soft, sweet peaches since I was a kid. I think it was the Del Monte brand of canned peaches in syrup that I would always crack open, pour into a bowl and eat plain, or top …

It's National Chicken Wing Day! Learn How To Make NYC's Favorite Thai-Style Chicken Wings

Pok Pok Ny i s one of Brooklyn's most popular restaurants at the moment, and this past weekend, knowing full well that National Chicken Wing Day was just around the corner, I stopped by to finally see what all the fuss was about.<p>Even on a Saturday at 5:30 PM, I waited with three friends for 45 …

After These 39 Chicken Thighs Recipes, You Can't Turn Back

Using chicken thighs, the most flavorful parts of the chicken, these recipes will have you cooking soups and skewers to tacos and paella.<p><b>We'll admit it: Chicken thighs trump chicken breasts any day of the week</b>. Not only are they more succulent than white meat, chicken thighs even stand up to …

Cruising to Bermuda

Considering a cruise? Love ‘em or hate ‘em, seasoned travelers seem to have strong opinions on the subject.<p>And there’s no denying the impact the industry has had on how families travel. Cruise lines have not only increased capacity by more than 2,000 percent since 1970, they’re working overtime to …

Tips for Travel & Life: Let's Get Lost

"We travel, initially, to lose ourselves; and we travel, next, to find ourselves."<p>-Pico Iyer<p>Some bum, some hitch, some fly, some fall. Since 2004, I've been traveling small pieces of the world in an attempt to construct a whole. From hemisphere to hemisphere, I've made a life through travel-one …

Community Picks -- Road Trip Snacks

The results are in -- here are the recipes our community loved from the Your Best Road Trip Snack contest!<p>Once again, we want to give a big thanks to all of our volunteer recipe testers for your thoughtful comments and for helping us continue to strengthen our recipe recommendations. You can read …

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B.L.T. Pasta Recipe - Pasta with Bacon, Lettuce (Arugula), and Tomato Sauce

Maria Bamford Asks Her Mom

The alternative comedian Maria Bamford’s new Web series “Ask My Mom!” is a fake-advice show in which Bamford poses viewer-submitted questions to her seventy-year-old mother, Marilyn—about sex, or religion, or raising kids—and then impersonates her mom absentmindedly responding as she goes about her …

Ready, Aim, Sushi

<b>FROM THE SURFACE</b>, the oil platform Medusa appears an unlikely fishing hole. The rig, a tight weave of steel girders supporting cranes, a helipad, and the roughnecks who run it, rests atop a narrow support pillar like a giant industrial lollipop. Thirty-six miles south of the Mississippi River's …

Mississippi River