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Sriracha, Sapporo, and 17 More Food Brand Names You’re Probably Mispronouncing

April 10, 2014 // 8:48 am

All right, all right hot shot, so you know how to pronounce gnocchi. You know the “h” in hors d’oeuvres is silent. You know quinoa has two syllables, not three. But unless your lingual skills are just extra cunning, chances are there’s at least one food…

8 Stereotypically Intimidating Dishes Solved by Fail-Proof Recipes

March 4, 2014 // 9:54 pm

Sometimes experimenting in the kitchen can be a little scary. Okay, maybe a lot scary. This is especially true when it comes to dishes that are either notoriously temperamental (soufflés) or difficult to pronounce (KEEN-wa) or just all-around more complicated than usual (poached eggs). Well, we can’t all live on…

How to Make Fast Food Waffles [VIDEO]

February 18, 2014 // 8:32 am

A few weeks back, we caught a picture of someone’s ingenious idea of popping leftover pizza into a waffle iron, essentially making a true-to-form pizza waffle.

The idea got us thinking that you could apply this trick to a lot of leftovers, from turning soggy burgers into crispy…

Pho, Bruschetta and 13 Other Common Food Words You’re Mispronouncing

February 14, 2014 // 9:33 am

It’s that moment when you’re eyeballing a dish on the menu with a name you’re not quite sure how to pronounce. Seared Foie gras with sautéed pears wrapped in phyllo dough. You feel like you’re back in kindergarten and the teacher is asking you to read “Where the Wild Things…

How to Run a Successful Blog, as Illustrated by Food

February 11, 2014 // 3:56 pm

The folks running the LinkedIn Marketing Solutions Blog just released a tutorial-of-sorts on how to create fun content for your blog (not necessarily a food blog). However, rather than explain it in industry-speak, they’ve created a food-friendly infographic filled with useful tips and tricks.

Aptly titled A Well-Balanced

Scientists Found the Most Efficient, Groundbreaking Way to Hold a Hamburger

February 5, 2014 // 3:11 am

Before today, I never knew I had a problem eating burgers.

I thought it was completely normal for a burger’s contents to spill out of the buns by the second bite. Apparently, according to science, there is an ideal way to hold a hamburger. In fact, researchers spent four months in…

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