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The Right Music Might Make Your Order More Food
Study Proves Music Makes You Eat More

It seems that just like the right song can push you to finish that last mile (or first mile), the right music might also push you to spend more money on food. Who knew.

Related: Study Claims Women Don't Eat Junk Food In Front of Attractive Men


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11 Garlic Recipes That Don't Stink
11 Garlic Recipes That Don't Stink

Go ahead and add an extra clove.


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Disney’s Hollywood Studios® - Discover the Thrills!

Discover the thrills of Disney's Hollywood Studios! Watch the video to experience its most popular attractions.


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You’ve Never Heard Chef Jose Andres Like This
You’ve Never Heard Chef Jose Andres Like This

Chef Jose Andres is not shy. Over the years that he’s built his 26-restaurant empire and international non-profit World Central Kitchen, he’s advocated for good food (of course), but also for access to health, education, and jobs in underserved communities, and most recently, for immigration reform. And in a new candid radio interview, the chef talks about that crazy lawsuit, the new American dream, immigration reform, and big dreams.


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Avocado Toasts Gets an Official Acknowledgement From an Unlikely Source
Avocado Toasts Get Thumbs Up From an Unlikely Source

Avocado toast, subject of many an Instagrammer’s brunch photo dreams, just got acknowledged by an unlikely source: the Associated Press Stylebook.

Related: Finally! New Food Emoji are Here to Satisfy Your Tastebuds


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Fried Chicken & Waffles
Fried Chicken & Waffles

Though fried chicken and waffles is a Southern-inspired recipe, it's got a touch of Latin heat. This version is topped with house hot sauce that will make it a new brunch favorite. And since brunch is supposed to be indulgent, there's also a white chocolate butter and plenty of Vermont maple syrup. 


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There’s a Cloud that Rains Tequila and We’re Kind of Meh About It
There’s a Cloud that Rains Tequila and We’re Kind of Meh About It

The Mexico Tourism Board is doing some groundbreaking work, y’all: they’ve come up with a cloud that rains tequila. We’re not joking.

The art installation, housed in a gallery in Berlin, is meant to inspire German tourists to hit up Mexico. It’s a fluffy white cloud floating above the floor and in front of a blue backdrop. Think: the lightest cotton candy you’ve ever seen, suspended in air. Or you know, imagine a cloud.


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California’s Rain Threatens Almond Production – And It’s a Big Deal
California’s Rain Threatens Almond Production – And It’s a Big Deal

Ugh, California just can’t catch a break. After struggling through a four-year drought that threatened everything from wine grapes to avocados, they’ve now been hit with a record amount of rain and it’s threatening almond production and salad greens. (California is a top producer of both.)

The state has gotten almost 30 inches of rain this winter, the most that’s ever been recorded. And that rain is keeping bees from pollinating almond trees and is threatening the production of snacking almonds. Snacking almonds make up 40 percent of California’s $5.3 billion crop.


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Study Claims Women Don’t Like to Eat Junk Food in Front of Attractive Men
Study Claims Women Don’t Like to Eat Junk Food in Front of Attractive Men

A new study published in the journal Food Quality and Preference has found that men and woman change their eating habits around each other and women do that by opting out of junk food.

Related: Dry Month? Not If You’re Part of a Couple


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