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How to celebrate the Fourth of July if you can’t deal with America right now

Alternative things to do if youre not a fan of hotdogs, fireworks or immigration policy Every Fourth of July, Americans gather in yards and on rooftops, congregating around grills full of meat and coolers full of beer, wearing tank tops and sunglasses while potentially burning themselves with fireworks. They do these things to celebrate America. Yet according to data from the Pew Research Center, only a third of millennials consider America the greatest country in the world– a significant dropoff from gen-Xers( 48%) and baby boomers( 50% ). This year…

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US website calls mince on toast a ‘British classic’- then New Zealand claims it

Observer critic Jay Rayner leads disowning of monstrosity, leaving New Zealanders to take credit for ultimate comfort food New Zealand has claimed the abomination and monstrosity that is mince on toast, after an American food website triggered hubbub in the UK when it claimed the dish was a classic of British cuisine. Eater.com posted a video featuring the dish on Twitter on Monday, saying: Mince meat on toast is a quintessential British comfort classic. There was an immediate backlash on social media, with most Britons claiming they had never heard…

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It’s poke, human: the ultimate hipster-food glossary

Know your khachapuri from your Kalettes with our handy guide to the coolest, most obscure and sometimes ludicrous food trends Modern food moves at a bewildering pace. Where once, influences from star cooks would disseminate slowly and new products could take years to establish themselves, today rare ingredients and new dishes can proliferate online, globally, nearly instantly. On Instagram, a coalition of food nerds not just chefs, but( amateur) bakers, baristas, brewers and artisan producers are producing a creative craze of new ideas and potential break-out trends. It is exhausting.…

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It’s not me, it’s you: six comedians on their best and worst love stories

Six comedians spill their intestines and tell us about the romantic failures they wont forget. Dare to share yours? It’s not me, it’s you: six comedians on their best and worst love narratives Valentine’s Day It’s not me, it’s you: six comedians on their best and worst love narratives Six comedians spill their guts and tell us about the romantic failings they won’t forget. Dare to share yours? As told to Dorian Geiger Tue 13 Feb 2018 03. 00 EST Last modified on Tue 13 Feb 2018 12. 13 EST…

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It’s poke, human: the ultimate hipster-food glossary

Know your khachapuri from your Kalettes with our handy guide to the coolest, most obscure and sometimes ludicrous food trends Modern food moves at a bewildering pace. Where once, influences from star chefs would disseminate slowly and new products could take years to establish themselves, today rare ingredients and new dishes can proliferate online, globally, almost instantaneously. On Instagram, a coalition of food nerds not just cooks, but( amateur) bakers, baristas, brewers and artisan producers are making a creative craze of new ideas and potential break-out trends. It is depleting.…

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It’s poke, man: the ultimate hipster-food glossary

Know your khachapuri from your Kalettes with our handy guidebook to the coolest, most obscure and sometimes ludicrous food trends Modern food moves at a bewildering pace. Where once, influences from star chefs would circulate slowly and new products could take years to establish themselves, today rare ingredients and new dishes can proliferate online, globally, almost instantly. On Instagram, a alliance of food nerds not just chefs, but( amateur) bakers, baristas, brewers and artisan producers are generating a creative frenzy of new ideas and potential break-out trends. It is exhausting.…

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BBQ food 

It’s poke, human: the ultimate hipster-food glossary

Know your khachapuri from your Kalettes with our handy guide to the coolest, most obscure and sometimes ludicrous food trends Modern food moves at a bewildering pace. Where once, influences from star chefs would circulate slowly and new products could take years to establish themselves, today rare ingredients and new dishes can proliferate online, globally, almost instantaneously. On Instagram, a coalition of food nerds not just cooks, but( amateur) bakers, baristas, brewers and artisan producers are making a creative craze of new ideas and potential break-out trends. It is depleting.…

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US website calls mince on toast a ‘British classic’- then New Zealand claims it

Observer critic Jay Rayner results disowning of monstrosity, leaving New Zealanders to take credit for ultimate consolation food New Zealand has claimed the abomination and monstrosity that is mince on toast, after an American food website triggered uproar in the UK when it claimed the dish was a classic of British cuisine. Eater.com posted a video featuring the dish on Twitter on Monday, saying: Mince meat on toast is a quintessential British consolation classic. There was an immediate backlash on social media, with most Britons claiming they had never heard…

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It’s not me, it’s you: six comedians on their best and worst love narratives

Six comedians spill their intestines and tell us about the romantic failures they wont forget. Dare to share yours? It’s not me, it’s you: six comedians on their best and worst love stories Valentine’s Day It’s not me, it’s you: six comedians on their best and worst love stories Six comedians spill their guts and tell us about the romantic failures they won’t forget. Dare to share yours? As told to Dorian Geiger Tue 13 Feb 2018 03. 00 EST Last modified on Tue 13 Feb 2018 12. 13 EST…

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How to enjoy eating outdoors: a guide to avoiding wasps, sand and warm mayonnaise

From flying bugs to the weather, Mother Nature can be a cruel mistress. Heres how to master British summertime barbecues and barbecues and realise your alfresco dining fantasies The simple pleasures of dining alfresco are a well-worn topic at this time of year: it is hardly news that food savours better in the open air, even if it is more likely to be our appreciation, rather than our perception of flavor, that is enhanced by the novel surrounds of a cliff top, a sail dinghy or even a park bench.…

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