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U.S. exorcises ghosts of '99 with rout in women's World Cup final

For a time when she was younger, Carli Lloyd wasn't sure she belonged on the U.S. national team.

Cold Winter Nights

A long hiatus, drawn to a close as the cool, crisp air of winter envelops the small town of Eugene, Oregon.Cold winter days need warm, steamy drinks. Sniff the aroma, taste the sensation.Review coming soon.

Why Childhood Memories Disappear

Most adults can’t remember much of what happened to them before age 3 or so. What happens to the memories formed in those earliest years?

The Hottest Restaurants in Toronto Right Now, July 2015

12 new places to eat and drink in Canada’s most populous city. Today, Eater returns to Toronto, Canada to discover the newest drinking and dining destinations the Ontario capital has to offer. This time around, freelance writer/food photographer Gizelle Lau offers her picks, naming a dozen new spots worth your dining dollars. Show More Summary

Book Review – Madeira: The Islands and their Wines?

18 hours agoFood & Drink / Wine : CataVino

Richard Mayson’s newest book, Madeira: The Islands and their Wines, is exactly what I needed. Let me explain. I’d just become a part-time wine student, and went to class one evening a week, initially just to get a bit of variety from life at my full-time day job. I was […]

Is Your Grass-Fed Beef for Real? Here’s How to Tell and Why it Matters

As demand for grass-fed beef explodes, a range of practices and labels (and a lack of regulation) persists.

Man Eats 62 Hot Dogs in 10 Minutes to Become Competitive Eating's Newest Champion

Matthew Stonie beat eight-time champion Joey Chestnut. There's officially a new hot dog eating champion for the first time in nearly a decade. On the Fourth of July, competitive eater Matthew Stonie managed to stuff 62 hot dogs (with...Show More Summary

These California Brewers Are Dying Beer with Bugs

Sometimes, a brewer wants to make a beer that doesn’t fit into the the established spectrums. Like a low-alcohol stout—made with crushed up red bugs.

Taylor Swift's Ina Garten Crush; Champagne and Burgundy Are Among Newest UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Plus, two new Shake Shacks will open in the U.K.; sad news from the elBulli camp; and more news and reviews. — Taylor Swift spent this past weekend making a flag cake with her friends, according to Instagram. But not just any flag cake:...Show More Summary

Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins rain-delayed, crash-marred race at Daytona

Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the rain-delayed Sprint Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway, which ended at 2:41 a.m. Eastern time with a horrific last-lap accident.

Our Take on the Cronut - the Easiest Homemade Version Yet

It's been a year since its life-changing introduction to the world, and the hype over Dominique Ansel's Cronut isn't showing any signs of slowing. If you can't make it to New York City to taste one for yourself, try our take on an easy...Show More Summary

Famed running of the bulls festival begins in San Fermin, Spain

Thousands of revelers doused each other with wine Monday to celebrate the start of the famed San Fermin running of the bulls festival in this northern Spanish city.

No miracle for some Dead fans: 220 fake tickets seized

Some Deadheads hoping for a miracle Sunday night thought they got one -- until they found out the ticket they had bought for the Grateful Dead's final 50th anniversary show was fake.

Skinny Oreos? Thins on the way for grown-ups, Mondelez says

Oreos are getting a skinny new look, and its maker says the new cookie is a "sophisticated" snack for grown-ups that isn't meant to be twisted or dunked.

Massive blaze strikes Cleveland-area warehouse

Fire crews are battling an early morning blaze in a commercial building in a Cleveland suburb.

Burt Shavitz, the Burt behind Burt's Bees, dies at 80

The reclusive beekeeper who co-founded Burt's Bees, and whose face and wild beard appeared on labels for the natural cosmetics, died on Sunday. Burt Shavitz was 80.

18 Light and Summery Pasta Recipes

When you think of a pasta dinner, you're probably thinking of spaghetti tossed in vibrant marinara, or penne in creamy vodka sauce. As delicious as tomatoes are, they aren't required to make a truly delicious plate of pasta, and we have 18 pretty spectacular recipes to prove it. Show More Summary

Someone in Los Angeles Ordered One Million Doughnuts from a French Bakery

An unidentified Los Angeles customer placed an order with a French industrial bakery for one million donuts last week. Insert Homer Simpson joke here.

Fast Food Gets Real: The Move Away from Artificial Ingredients

Photo by _BuBBy_ It seems like every week I hear about another fast-food chain announcing that it wants to get rid of artificial ingredients, colorings, preservatives, and/or antibiotics. It’s the newest trend in fast food: Offer fresher...Show More Summary

Oreo Debuts Skinny Version Called Oreo Thins

The new cookies apparently have the same "creme to cookie ratio." Oreo can't stop introducing new cookies: Over the past year, the company has introduced a number of flavors — including red velvet and s'mores — and now it's dishing up a thinner version of itself. Show More Summary

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