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10 Gloriously Green St. Patrick’s Day Foods
Everyone knows that St. Patrick’s Day is the one day out of the year when we’re all Irish. And, apparently that translates into wearing anything green and silly we can get our hands on and having as much to drink as we can carry at one time. But, there’s another strange tradition that has developed …
Celebrate Pi Day With Some Weird Pies
Today, 3/14, is Pi day. The celebration of everything 3.14159 . . . was founded by eccentric physicist Larry Shaw in 1988. Then, in 2009, the US House of Representatives passed a motion to officially recognize Pi Day. Of course, we recognize Pie Day every day.
‘Strasburger’ Might Be the Worst Food to Buy at a Baseball Game
If you happen to be at a Washington Nationals baseball game this year, you may notice the Red Porch concession stand selling a ginormous sandwich named after Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg called the “StrasBurger." But while it might look tasty, this may actually be one of the wo…
Watch the History of Jell-O in Six Minutes
As the saying goes, "there's always room for Jell-O."
'CBS Sunday Morning' aired a segment about the history of the wiggly dessert, from how it was invented to the classic Bill Cosby ads we all remember.
Vintage Culinary Gadgets Made Eating More Complicated
Inventing on an empty stomach yields some pretty odd results, as evident by a collection of weird and wonderful culinary gadgets that Life put together from their extensive archives. Flat eggs, a car that cooks, a device that protects your sleeve from butter and a dough…
Celebrate National Pancake Day With Free Pancakes
For the seventh year, February 28th is National Pancake Day. The day was started by well-known breakfast and pancake chain IHOP (International House of Pancakes) as the finale to a month-long charity drive for Children’s Miracle Network.
Kellogg’s Actually Made a ‘Totes Amazeballs’ Cereal
The Charlatans were a pretty huge band in England during the '90s, charting three number one albums during that time period. They were never as big a deal in the United States, where they were known as 'The Charlatans UK,' though their 1992 song 'Weirdo' did hit number one on the American modern roc…

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