Looking for a gift for your social media-obsessed friend? A relatively new UK based company Boomf helps you print your favorite, most beautiful Instagram photos on plushy vanilla marshmallows. That's right: your photo, on a marshmallow.
Like the constricted time or character limit on Vine or Twitter, videos on Instagram have forced people to get creative. Instagram only allows users to post videos that are between three and fifteen seconds long, which isn't usually a lot of time to tell a story. A relatively new Instagram user Bart's Fish Tales has used this constriction in a original way by creating a short, yet informative cooking show. You're going to want to see this.
This Thanksgiving when you share your mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie with your friends and family, be sure to share some with us! We'd love to see what you're making this year. Read more on how to share your delicious photos, and how to ask any last minute questions on The Big Day.
There are a lot of things that can make a Thanksgiving turkey turn out rather underwhelming. The bird can be dry, flavorless, or just plain boring compared to the rest of the sides and salads that typically accompany the meal.
The infamous Thompson's turkey, however, is said to have magical powers that put it, stunningly, in its rightful place as the star of the table. The people who have made this legendary bird claim it is by far the best turkey they have ever had. The story of how this turkey came to exist and the actual recipe itself change from person to person, but it is always incredibly labor-intensive and shrouded in an air of mystery.
The domestic darling of the century is, in fact, just like everyone else when it comes to taking bad food photos. This became very apparent yesterday when she tweeted some unappealing photos from a meal. Try not to judge her too harshly.
Franken Berry cereal side effects, The San Francisco Chronicle shutters its food section, and a blogger discovers Brussels sprouts for the very first time ("The New Truth and The New Light"). Ten reads we enjoyed this week.
Marisa Miller, a former chef and mother of two, once lived a life filled with food and the security of a lucrative job, but that changed at the height of the recession, when her husband's ill-timed career change left the family food-insecure within a matter of months. Now she supplements her grocery shopping with trips to a local food bank, and on CNN's Eatocracy, she shares her thoughtful, realistic tips for eating nourishing, satisfying meals on an extremely limited budget.
You might have heard the scientific buzz surrounding the connection between a healthy gut and overall health, with studies showing that a person's microbiome — the collective name for all the microbes that inhabit an individual's body — can have an impact on conditions like obesity, diabetes and asthma, and may even have a profound effect on our mental well-being.
So how do you cultivate a healthy and happy microbiome? It starts with vegetables.
Oh, did you think you were about to bite into a delicious BBQ chicken wing? THINK AGAIN. Cauliflower has been rising into vegetable stardom the last couple years, and these 12 insane dishes are definitive proof that it has magical powers. What other veggie can morph into sushi rice, tater tots, and tortillas? That's right – none of them. Prepare to be amazed.