Hop aboard the hot tamale train with this recipe for the traditional Mexican dish from Guerilla Taco's chef Wesley Avila.
In yoga, as in all exercise, is hotter and sweatier actually better? Some experts are concerned about trends in hot workouts.
The following post was originally featured on Cooking for Keeps and written by Nicole Shoemaker, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Food. Salmon en papillote: it just sounds so refined, doesn't it? Like maybe it's prepared solely in fine French restaurants or only perfectly executed by professionally trained chefs. Show More Summary
Researchers at the University of Reading have discovered that chewing gum can help you rid yourself of earworms—infectious songs that you can't get out of your head.
Avoid the lines at the local taco spot, and stay home to make these beef tongue tacos from The Lucky Taco food truck in New Zealand. Remember to get extra hot sauce.
Every two years, cheesemakers from across Canada vie for the title of Canada's best cheese at this awards show where winning doesn't just mean bragging rights, it means skyrocketing sales.
The following post was originally featured on Inspiralized and written by Alissandra Maffucci, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Food. Like Hansel, mason jar meals are so hot right now. Did you get that reference?! If not, here you go. Mason...Show More Summary
I love pigging out on the holidays. It just feels so right. And you really should treat yourself. Eating is probably what I enjoy most about the holiday season (I really wish people ate stuffing year round) and if you're reading my blog, it's probably what you most enjoy as well. Show More Summary
So now I have a better answer for the question when homebrewers ask me where they can buy various kinds of hop extract. Although there are a limited number of extracts available from homebrew stores, both local and online, they don’t equal the range of what Kalsec is selling at Amazon. There is a catch. […]
Welcome to Life in Chains, Eater's regular series where writers share the essential roles played in their lives by chain restaurants—great and grim, wonderful and terrible. Here, the magician, comedian, taller half of Penn & Teller,Show More Summary
This will make you want to visit Thailand. Arroy: The Thai Food Cart from Hannah Korangkool on Vimeo.
He got so mad, he referenced a 22-year-old movie. According to the Hartford Courant, Gary Kuhn ordered breakfast this morning at a Burger King in Manchester, Conn. It was 10:55 a.m., however, and the restaurant stopped serving breakfast at 10:30 a.m. Show More Summary
The practice can cause lasting damage— but around the world, women continue to do it, encouraged by advertising, cultural norms, and sometimes even misguided doctors.
While kale is the nutritious leafy green that's getting all the attention lately, pennywort leaves have been the go-to home-remedy in Vietnamese cuisine for centuries.
Taco Bell isn't the only fast-food joint tapping into the stoner market. As of today (4/20), McDonald's will serve breakfast all day across its San Diego-area locations for a trial run. But here's the catch: the all-day breakfast menu...Show More Summary
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Hey, kids! The decision for Universal Studios to open a real-life Krusty Burger (one in Orlando, which has been open since 2013 and now one at Universal Studios in Hollywood), while not surprising, was slightly ironic. The restaurant...Show More Summary
Artist Peter Anton makes giant renderings of all of your favorite foods, and now he's created a temple where you can worship at the altar of chocolate cake and pizza.
She also ordered a masala chai. Late yesterday, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton made a stop in Monticello, Iowa to outline the motivation behind her campaign over cups of coffee and tea with "everyday Americans." According...Show More Summary
The brew even comes with an eye-rollingly sexist (and hilariously untrue) tagline that implies its necessity: “Guys can tell if a girl is taking collagen or not.”