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Around the World in Comfort Food

As the winter drags on and on, one way we cheer up after a long, cold day is by indulging in comfort food. Anything that makes us feel good can be considered comfort food. Typically, comfort food is calorific, relatively simple to make, and often has a lot to do with your culture and upbringing....

The World in Junk Food

Although the United States gets a bad rap for our love of unhealthy food, the truth is every country has its own unique spin on what we call junk food. Ranging from the truly delicious to the truly disgusting, these 13 junk foods from around the world will make your stomach groan and growl. There...

7 Must Visit Food Cities From Around the World

Food tourism. Yeah, it’s a thing. According to the World Food Travel Association, it’s a $150 billion a year spending kind of thing and incorporates everything from celebrity chef restaurants to food tours and cooking schools.

16 Craziest State Fair Foods

While the focus used to be on who could grow the largest pumpkin, or which farmer’s cattle was the healthiest, recently the focus has shifted to fun activities like midway rides and food. Each year, vendors compete to see who can make the most ridiculous, indulgent confection, and it seems like not a year goes...

20 Outrageous Food Festivals from Around the World

Hungry for something a little more out-there than your standard food festival fare? You’ve come to the right place. Here are 20 of the world’s most outrageous food festivals.

The 30 Most Gay-Friendly Cities in the U.S.

There are many gay-friendly cities in the U.S. and it can be hard to choose where to visit or to live. This list offers some insights into some of the big and obvious cities like New York and San Francisco, as well as some smaller gay-friendly cities you might not know about.

The 30 Most Gay-Friendly Cities in the U.S.

There are many gay-friendly cities in the U.S. and it can be hard to choose where to visit or to live. This list offers some insights into some of the big and obvious cities like New York and San Francisco, as well as some smaller gay-friendly cities you might not know about.