Offbeat Adventures in San Diego

Presented by New Belgium Brewing

Ahead of New Belgium’s Tour de Fat rolling into its final California destination, we wanted to highlight some offbeat adventures in this other city by the bay (San Francisco ain’t the only one!). Slightly wacky, always wonderful, find these gems around San Diego, and get excited for the Tour de Fat at Golden Hill Park on Saturday, September 27! … Read More

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10 Stylish Picnic Sets for a Design-Savvy Day in the Park

‘Tis the season for sunny days and impromptu picnics in the park. This summer, pack the Pinot and dine en plein air with these designer-approved picnic sets. Keep it casual, but modern when you kick back for an afternoon of friends, food, and fresh air. Leave the ratty blanket at home and tote your gourmet goodies without sacrificing style. … Read More

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In the Mosh Pit with Diarrhea Planet at Rachael Ray’s Private SXSW Party

“In no way is Rachael Ray’s food associated with diarrhea,” Jordan Smith announces from the stage. “I want to make that extremely clear to everyone.” … Read More

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Kelis’s Comeback Rolls Through SXSW in a Food Truck

AUSTIN, TX: Kelis’s duck confit sliders bring all the boys to the yard.

No, really.

Down at South By Southwest, attendees often are reintroduced to familiar faces angling to mount big comebacks and reinventions. Sometimes it doesn’t work — typically because the shows aren’t high-profile enough or the stunts aren’t clever enough to break through… Read More

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20 Vintage Diet and Beauty Book Covers

Earlier this week, we read what health experts are saying about the summer’s best-selling diet books. There’s the usual assortment of good, bad, and confusing advice in the titles reviewed, and really, not much has changed. We traveled back in time to amuse ourselves with the strange, charming, and hilarious diet/beauty books of the past. Here are 20 book covers advertising some crazy ways to beautify and boost your health. … Read More

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Flavorpill Guide to This Week’s Top 10 New York Events

For our (unconscionably high) rent money, the best thing about living in NYC is its endless supply of fun, odd, and inspired cultural events — especially during the summer months. But with so many options, it can be hard to know where to even begin. To help you make sense of it all, Flavorpill Deputy Editor Mindy Bond shares the very best of what’s on offer this week. It’s just a taste of what you can find on the new Flavorpill, so if you like what you see, be sure to sign up.   … Read More

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Ice Cream Boosts Civic Pride: Ben & Jerry’s City Churned Tour

Presented by Ben & Jerry's

No joke, two of our favorite things are free food and improving our local community. That’s why we’re excited to partner with the Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Truck Tour. Making stops around the country all summer long, the Scoop Truck is debuting City Churned ice cream flavors based on locally sourced ingredients in DC, SF, NYC, Seattle, and Portland. … Read More

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Beyond the Beignet: New New Orleans Cuisine

Presented by NOLA

Visitors to New Orleans nearly always make the requisite stops at legendary dining institutions like Cafe du Monde, Antoine’s, and Dooky Chase. But the locals know that there’s a thriving culinary culture beyond the beignet, gumbo, and oysters Rockefeller. When weirdo foodie Andrew Zimmern went on record as saying the next big food trend would be Filipino cuisine — and that there was in fact a popular pop-up Filipino restaurant in NOLA — we knew we had to take a closer look. Read on for a mouthwatering roundup. … Read More

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Beautiful Conceptual Still-Life Photographs of Food Cut in Half

Beth Galton is a still-life food photographer based out of New York City with some pretty incredible work. Her conceptual series entitled Cut Food is a visual marvel, featuring exquisitely detailed images of everything from ramen noodles to ice cream, shown severed down the middle in high-definition telephoto clarity. Even the food’s fluid elements, like mustard drizzling down a corn dog or milk mixing in coffee, appears to be frozen in midair, almost as if by magic. Treat yourself to these wonderful pieces, along with the rest of Galton’s work featured on her website. … Read More

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Flavorpill Guide to the Week’s Top 10 LA Events

There’s so much going on in the City of Angels, it can be hard to keep track of it all. Thanks to the new Flavorpill, we’re inviting the entire community to make suggestions with its gorgeous city-based culture guide — an open platform where our very own editors and curators meet and mingle with artists, gadabouts, and other tipsters for a limitless variety of both ongoing and one-off recommendations. With this in mind, please enjoy our weekly list of hand-picked event suggestions here on Flavorwire, and in the meantime, be sure to check out the new Flavorpill. We’ll see you there. … Read More

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