5 Odd Food Phobias

Do you have acerophobia, alektorophobia, mycophobia, alliumphobia, or consecotaleophobia. You don't even know what I'm saying. Find out what I mean: This is what I'm talking about. If you are Read more

The Tea Cup SlingsHOT by Samir Sufi

Okay, I'll be honest, when I used to live in the dorm I would just chuck my tea bags at my friend as a joke. But what the heck? Read more

Know Your Knife Cuts [INFOGRAPHIC]

There might not be a more important kitchen tool than a sharp knife. Do you know how to use yours? Check out some of the popular knife cuts you'll Read more

5 Odd Food Phobias

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phobias
Do you have acerophobia, alektorophobia, mycophobia, alliumphobia, or consecotaleophobia. You don’t even know what I’m saying. Find out what I mean:
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The Tea Cup SlingsHOT by Samir Sufi

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tea sling shotOkay, I’ll be honest, when I used to live in the dorm I would just chuck my tea bags at my friend as a joke. But what the heck? You can slingshot them now? Excuse me, SlingsHOT them now?
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Know Your Knife Cuts [INFOGRAPHIC]

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chopping
There might not be a more important kitchen tool than a sharp knife. Do you know how to use yours? Check out some of the popular knife cuts you’ll encounter in the kitchen!

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‘Tis the Luck of the Irish… Or ‘Ir—ish’ (in most cases)

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photo credit: garrettc/Flickr

photo credit: garrettc/Flickr


Let me start off by saying that it is virtually impossible to find an appetizing photo of green beer. There’s just something so unnatural and off-putting about it, but year after year it’s the drink of choice for St. Patty’s Day! It’s the one day a year that everyone gets to be Irish (Irish)!

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10 Things To Do With Stale Bread

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Jimmy John's Day Old Bread
It seems like the minute you buy bread you forget to use it up before it either has gone bad or in some cases, rotted. It’s time to take back the bread and get the most out of it. Here are some unique ways to use your stale bread!

Lobsters would rather stay in the ocean than a pot of boiling water

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Lobster Plate

 

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Seafood is a specialty, and definitely one of my favorites. Especially a good lobster. Whether you’re out eating them at a restaurant or picking up a freshly caught from your local Hy-Vee (lol) you’ve gotta get them cooked or they’ll pinch your tongue right out of your mouth and then you won’t be able to taste another buttery, delicious lobster ever again. Sad. But, maybe lobsters should start putting up a bigger fight against you.

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Popcorn (Zoomed In 250x)

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Popcorn

Popcorn! Get your popcorn!!

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Oscar Worthy Latte Art

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gravity coffee

 

 

Michael Breach should be up for some kind of food nomination this year because his latte art is seriously a blockbuster at the local cafe.

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Cafe Diem | Ankeny

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Cafe Diem Ankeny

Cafe Diem Ankeny

 

‘Chilling’ on a freezing day in the unique atmosphere of Cafe Diem in Ankeny, Iowa.

Bacon, Pancetta, and Prosciutto: What’s the difference?

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i love bacon
Bacon, bacon, bacon. That is the craze and everyones favorite. For god’s sake people get married at the Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival now. What about the other pork products that look like bacon? We’re talking about pancetta and prosciutto. These three pork products taste somewhat similar, and look somewhat similar. Their characteristics are very unique which makes unique prep characteristics. Here’s the squeal on each of their differences.

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