Food Guide To Everything http://foodguideto.com All things about food Fri, 23 Jun 2017 20:30:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 Community Post: 12 NSYNC’s Greatest Hits Updated For Their Now Twentysomething Fan Base http://foodguideto.com/awesome/community-post-12-nsyncs-greatest-hits-updated-for-their-now-twentysomething-fan-base/ http://foodguideto.com/awesome/community-post-12-nsyncs-greatest-hits-updated-for-their-now-twentysomething-fan-base/#respond Fri, 23 Jun 2017 20:30:33 +0000 http://buzzfeed.com/andisharavs/12-of-nsyncs-greatest-hits-updated-for-their-now-8eap 1. 1. Bye Bye Bye (To My Ability to Digest Gluten) View this image › Via fanpop.com 2. 2. I Drive Myself Crazy (Comparing My Personal and Professional Successes to Those of My Peers) View this image › Via nsyncishere.tumblr.com 3. 3. It’s Gonna Be Me (Who Gets Mugged, According to All the Articles My […]

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1. 1. Bye Bye Bye (To My Ability to Digest Gluten)

2. 2. I Drive Myself Crazy (Comparing My Personal and Professional Successes to Those of My Peers)

3. 3. It’s Gonna Be Me (Who Gets Mugged, According to All the Articles My Mother Emails Me)

4. 4. I Want You Back (But I’ve Had Several Drinks So Please Disregard This Text You Know What Just Come Over It’s Fine Feelings Aren’t Real Until They Are)

5. 5. (My Health Insurance is) Gone (Because I’m 26)

6. 6. God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You (Or Maybe it Was A Different Deity Or Maybe it was Nothing I Honestly Don’t Know What I Believe Anymore Sorry Mom and Dad Thank You for That Expensive Bat Mitzvah it Was Really Fun)

7. 7. Pop (Goes My Adult Acne)

8. 8. This I Promise You (Someday I Will Stop Stealing Small Unnoticeable Bits of My Roommates’ Food While They’re Sleeping)

9. 9. No Strings Attached (Is a Romantic Policy That Works Zero Percent of The Time)

10. 10. It Makes Me Ill (That You Made That Face After I Said I’m A Feminist)

11. 11. Just Got Paid (Above Minimum Wage for the First Time Since Graduating And I Still Can’t Afford My Apartment)

12. 12. I’ll be Good For You (I Will Leave You Emotionally Damaged But Also Show You The Importance of Facial Moisturizer)

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I Love George, the 7 Foot Tall Great Dane. Unfortunately, That’s Why I’m in Tears Right Now. http://foodguideto.com/awesome/i-love-george-the-7-foot-tall-great-dane-unfortunately-thats-why-im-in-tears-right-now/ http://foodguideto.com/awesome/i-love-george-the-7-foot-tall-great-dane-unfortunately-thats-why-im-in-tears-right-now/#respond Thu, 22 Jun 2017 20:30:18 +0000 http://viralnova.com/george-the-dog/ Dave and Christie Nasser didn’t mind adopting the runt of the litter. They fell in love with the Great Dane as soon as they saw him. They just didn’t realize that he would grow up to break world records, their furniture and, eventually, our hearts. When George passed away in his home in Tucson, Arizona, […]

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Dave and Christie Nasser didn’t mind adopting the runt of the litter. They fell in love with the Great Dane as soon as they saw him. They just didn’t realize that he would grow up to break world records, their furniture and, eventually, our hearts.

When George passed away in his home in Tucson, Arizona, he was one night shy of being 8 years-old.

It’s hard to believe, but when George was born he was the runt of his litter. Needless to say, he hit a pretty crazy growth spurt.

As an adult, George weighed 245lbs.

In 2010, he was recognized by Guinness World Records as not only the World’s Tallest Dog, but also the Tallest Dog Ever.

George consumed more than 180lbs of food a month and he slept in his own, queen-sized bed.

“It is with a heavy heart that we announce Giant George died last night. George passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones; one month before his eighth birthday.”

George weighed more than 100lbs more than the average Great Dane, he loved eating chicken and rice and then, of course, barking at the mailman.

Before passing away, George won over the attention of the globe, Guinness Book of World Records and Oprah. He lived a big life for a big dog.

RIP, George. We hope heaven has big enough clouds for you to sleep on.

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Why Teens Love YouTube’s Grace Helbig http://foodguideto.com/awesome/why-teens-love-youtubes-grace-helbig/ http://foodguideto.com/awesome/why-teens-love-youtubes-grace-helbig/#respond Wed, 21 Jun 2017 20:30:01 +0000 http://www.buzzfeed.com/annehelenpetersen/why-teens-love-grace-helbig How YouTube’s “awkward older sister” is ushering in a new era of female friendship and femininity. View this image › Bret Hartman/The Washington Post / Getty Images If you know a teenage girl, chances are she knows about Grace Helbig. With over two million subscribers to her YouTube channel, Helbig is one of the new […]

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How YouTube’s “awkward older sister” is ushering in a new era of female friendship and femininity.

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If you know a teenage girl, chances are she knows about Grace Helbig. With over two million subscribers to her YouTube channel, Helbig is one of the new class of YouTube superstars whose fame has been slowly, and then all at once, spread into the mainstream. Helbig has a book, a movie, and, starting sometime this Spring, a talkshow on E!. Why, then, have many adults never even heard her name?

The first time I saw a video of Grace Helbig I made a snap judgment: Look at this cool girl. Helbig wore an unremarkable striped T-shirt; her subtle cat-eye makeup was perfect. She had gorgeous skin and that sort of perfectly wavy hair that somehow looks like she just rolled out of bed yet still looks immaculate. So casual, yet undoubtedly calculated.

And this gorgeous girl was staring straight into the camera and telling me about almost pooping her pants on her way home from Target.

Classic Cool Girl: so chill, OK with farting around boyfriends, down to chug a beer, never nagging, the opposite of high-maintenance, the ideal girlfriend…or at least very skilled at performing all of those things in order to seem like the ideal girlfriend.

But as I immersed myself in the sprawling, multimodal world of Grace, I came to a crucial realization: She might seem like a Cool Girl, but it’s a variation wholly absent of the need to attract men. All of her Cool Girl components — her foul mouth, her willingness to talk about bodily functions, her general unruliness, and even her beauty — are never wielded to turn her into a sex object. She might have a great body, but that great body is hidden under what often seems like sleepover clothes, often paired with the sort of weird high ponytail you wear when no one’s around.

The astonishing and frankly refreshing thing about Helbig, who is 29, is the almost total absence of the pursuit of men from her phalanx of web videos, podcasts, Snapchats, and Vines that attract millions of viewers, most of whom are teens. Grace’s world is characterized not by looking hot for dudes, but being weird with girlfriends, both real (friends that show up in videos) and theoretical (you, girl watching the video). When she rates the “sexiest men on the internet,” it’s a farce; when guys do show up, they’re figured not as lust objects, but honorary sleepover guests.

Instead of identity predicated on the opinions and desires of men, Helbig is all about making the labor of femininity, and even friendship, visible. She calls herself the internet’s “awkward older sister” and “BFF,” but she’s also a different type of idol, one whose values and priorities are in stark contrast those proffered by teen idol factories like Disney and Nickelodeon.

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Her humor isn’t “for me” — a phrase I heard echoed repeatedly when I asked others my age about their opinion of Helbig. But as a thirtysomething, it’s not meant to be: Helbig’s comedy isn’t rooted in irony or satire; it doesn’t belong on IFC after Portlandia. And yet, it somehow manages to feel far less pedantic than the laugh track, over-acting, and obvious gags that compose most teen-directed fare.

In a certain corner of YouTube world (read: the part where people make money), Helbig is ubiquitous. She tapes herself as she sits in a bathroom waiting for the train, dyes her hair, wakes up jet-lagged, and dorks around her hotel room. She tapes and produces videos at a grueling clip — three to five times a week — and pops up in the videos of dozens of fellow YouTube stars, as they pop up in hers.

Helbig’s brand of stardom threatens to demolish the untouchable aura that’s distinguished stars (think Angelina Jolie) for more than a century, but she’s setting forth an alternate — and, I’d argue, wholly feminist — model for the millions of young women who follow her.

It’s not that Helbig is offering a different “type” of celebrity so much as an entirely different mode of stardom. Her novelty is rooted in the specifics of her YouTube stardom and attendant technological and ideological shifts in the way that stars are made and consumed.

Since the days of silent cinema, film stardom has been characterized by its aura of distance, achieved by the actual size of the stars’ faces in close-up on the theater screen, tales of their extravagant and glamorous personal lives, and their overarching superlativeness. The spread of television in the late ‘40s and ‘50s sparked a sea change: The appeal of television stars was rooted in the feeling of immediacy (most of early television was filmed was broadcast live), intimacy (these stars were in your living room), and authenticity (none of the close-ups and polish that attended massive Hollywood productions).

The bulk of contemporary programming, from reality television to Oprah, still relies on the same principles of intimacy and authenticity, albeit in slightly different forms. They’re what addicts audiences to Keeping Up With the Kardashians and fostered the cult of Oprah. They’re both scripted, but their production of realness — like you’re part of the family, or privy to Oprah’s inner life — is irresistible.

YouTube stardom takes that same intimacy and authenticity and magnifies it. Television’s intimacy is the product of filming on sets dressed to look like living rooms and projecting into the home; YouTube’s intimacy comes from shooting in the home, often in what tech writer Paul Ford calls “The American Room,” and streaming on your computer or phone screen. When I finished watching a Helbig video the other day before getting on the subway, I felt like I was putting a very little Grace in my pocket.

The webcam, via which so many YouTube videos are shot, produces a lo-fi, generally unflattering aesthetic, especially when the subject films in a room that’s poorly lit. The closer the subject gets the computer — in anger, in excitement — the more you can hear the crackle of his breath, the pimple-scarred topography of his face. Watching a YouTube video doesn’t feel like watching produced entertainment; it feels like Skyping.

Even when a star like Helbig gets better equipment and training, he or she often sticks to the aesthetics that govern the lo-fi video. The goal, after all, isn’t to look like television; it’s to look like a YouTube video, only better. Better-lit, better edited, better scripted, but still with the feeling of spontaneity, DIY, and I-did-this-in-my-bedroom that defines the medium.

Those aesthetics of intimacy contribute to the feeling of authenticity: The more lo-fi the production seems — the less mediated — the easier it is to believe that you are accessing the “real” star. It seems like the star is always taping him or herself, which, by extension, suggests that there’s no one else in the room: no one directing, no one telling the subject to do another take.

There’s just raw, seemingly unfiltered access — an aura maintained, despite the clear evidence of edits, by preserving bloopers, adding outtakes, and unabashed revelry in on-tape fuck-ups. One of the hallmarks of Helbig’s recent videos is her sloppy muting of profanities; her editing, generally speaking, can best be described as that of a 12-year-old, replete with gratuitous slo-mos, sound effects, filters, and loops.

Authenticity and intimacy are always bolstered through the multimedia requirements of YouTube stardom — what technology scholar Liz Ellcessor calls “a star text of connection.” This “connection,” however, is more than the frenzied cross-promotion that places stars in one another’s projects (and, as a result, expands their audiences). Because while YouTube was the birthplace of most of these stars, they’ve expanded their rule to nearly a dozen content streams: In addition to maintaining a YouTube channel, Helbig hosts a podcast, produced and starred in a straight-to-internet film (Camp Takota), wrote a New York Times best-selling book (Grace’s Guide: The Art of Pretending to Be a Grown-Up), sells out national tours, appears at conventions like Vidcon, maintains active accounts on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, and Snapchat, and will begin hosting her own E! talk show in the spring.

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The core of Helbig’s friend world is the “Holy Trinity,” composed of Helbig, queer vlogger Hannah Hart, and mixologist Mamrie Hart. (The two aren’t related, but the same last name amplifies the feel of sisterhood). They make regular cameos on one another’s YouTube channels and Instagram feeds; together, they produced Camp Takota, a 95-minute meditation on the value of all-girls camp, and documented the three-week shooting process extensively.

Videos of the three have a unique blend of sometimes zany, sometimes deadpan humor that feels exactly like the type of video you might have made with your best friends at 16. There’s an inherent confidence — all YouTubers have some form of it — but it’s mixed with heavy self-deprecation, improvisation, and fits of giggles. They feel preternaturally at ease with other and the camera; they manage to dance like no one watching even though everyone is watching.

The life of the Holy Trinity feels like the very best of sleepovers, punctuated with weird food projects, makeup experiments, watching movies, and overwrought impressions of themselves and others. That the vast majority of their videos are shot in their kitchens and living rooms only contributes to the feeling of a discreet space where you can be a weirdo with your friends. Their humor isn’t juvenile so much as physical: They’re masters of the reaction shot much in the way Lucille Ball was.

Ball’s most famous skit is “Vitameatavegamin,” in which she does successive takes of a cough syrup commercial as she gets increasingly drunk. But it’s drunkenness the way children imagine drunkenness — immediate and hilarious. That’s exactly how “Drunk Kitchen” works: The three have beers in hand, but manifest “drunkenness” much in the way that a teenager does after one beer, when the beer is simply a pass to act weirder, louder, freer.

Which isn’t to suggest that the real Grace, Hannah, and Mamrie don’t drink: I’m sure they do. It’s more that their performance of drinking, like their performance of cooking or makeovers, is all in the service of hanging out together. And that hanging out isn’t about gossiping, or being on their phones, or even talking about boys. It’s a distorted idea of what adulthood looks like — the only people I know whose lives feel like sleepovers are new parents, only those sleepovers lack all of the fun — but Helbig’s shtick isn’t to suggest what her teen viewers will be, but what, in their own lives, they could be: introspective, brave, anchored by friendship, living a life that’s not defined by romance and the desires of others.

In interviews, in her book, and in her videos, Helbig talks constantly about her introversion. That introversion was the catalyst for her first set of videos — which she shot while house-sitting for a friend — but also serve as a point of identification for her fans. It’s not that an introvert doesn’t want friends, or intimacy, after all, it’s that she wants it in particular settings and in particular doses. Helbig might seem like she’s having a nonstop sleepover, but the bulk of her time is spent by herself: filming her solo videos, editing them, and interacting with fans.

Social media is, in truth, an introvert’s dream: a way to feel connected while being alone. That’s not antisocial; it’s nurturing. I get it; I do myself. When I was a teen, I would’ve loved someone like Grace telling me that it’s OK to feel exhausted by the work of publicly performing femininity, and even more OK to enjoy hanging out, alone, in your comfy pants.

Some of Helbig’s fans may be legitimately sad in their loneliness. But I would guess that the majority of them connect with her openness about the real-life negotiations of introversion, recognizing the ways it can liberate and soothe. I developed my skill as a writer and my curiosity as a thinker not by hanging out with other people, after all, but by reading and writing and exploring the early internet alone. Not everyone learns and grows that way, but a large, often unheralded percent do.

That’s the primary point of identification. But even if you’re not an introvert, Helbig’s personality and image is blank enough for most teens to map their desires onto her. Indeed, there’s something about her lanky body and dewy face that feels distinctly teen, despite her 29 years. She grew up with middle-class parents; she was the middle child; she went to a normal South Jersey high school and an indistinctive small public liberal arts college.

There’s very little, in other words, to block fans from identifying with her. Save, of course, her whiteness. And straightness. And it should be said that the vast majority of Helbig’s visible fans — on Twitter, Facebook, and other social media streams — present as white; the “way of being” she’s providing for young women is predicated on the privilege of whiteness, straightness, and straight up middle-classness.

The popularity of Helbig’s book, movie, and television show don’t change the primary engine of her fame: her interactions with teen girls. Because if television fame is predicated on familiarity, internet fame spreads through interaction and accessibility. There’s the interaction among Helbig’s fans, of course, but stars have always had fan groups. What distinguishes Helbig and other YouTube stars is the sheer extent of their accessibility. She regularly hosts Q&As on her Facebook page; she constantly answers reader questions in her videos; she posts entire videos showcasing the fanfic and art inspired by her and Hannah Hart. She talks back on Twitter. She poses for countless selfies with readers, who then make those selfies their Twitter avatars, like hundreds of visual testimonies to her accessibility.

Jennifer Lawrence might seem like a total down-to-earth girl and you may feel like you know all about Kim Kardashian’s waxing routines, but this is a totally different level of perceived intimacy. You don’t just feel like you know Grace; through hundreds of hours of footage and text, you know Grace. Similar to reality stars, there’s no differentiation between “performing Grace” and “personal life” Grace: Her talent is being herself, which, in turn, makes every corner of that self marketable.

Of course, access is not the same as knowledge. Helbig has spoken publicly about her desire to separate her personal life (her boyfriend, her family) from her online life. She calls her vlogger self as “myself heightened.” Fans don’t know everything about “the real Grace” so much as know everything about the segment of Grace that’s offered for public consumption. It’s a testament to her charisma, then, that audiences never sense that disparity.

This type of intimacy and authenticity characterize all of the successful YouTube stars. What distinguishes Helbig, then, is the way in which her image combines the revelry and joyful silliness of friendship with the quirk and self-reflection of the introvert. It might seem contradictory that an introvert would spend so much time recording her life for others to consume, but that contradiction mirrors the push-and-pull of so many teens’ engagement with the world: the simultaneous desire to connect and feel understood while still testing out your identity in private and safety.

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Even Helbig’s videos that focus on putting on makeup somehow manage to send a message of femininity as a dress-up, an everlasting process of becoming than a static standard to which viewers should aspire. Given the sheer volume of content, it’s hard to fit any YouTube star into a precise “type”: They defy circumscription. Helbig may be zany and teen-like, but she can also be sincere and profound, confident and vulnerable, made-up and makeup-less.

Most celebrity idols lack that complexity: They seem to occupy a single, tidy identity; loving them is occupying a constant lack. For some, that gap between self and ideal is simply the driving force of the psyche: constantly striving for what we are not. For others, especially teens, it’s the font of depression and existential despair.

Helbig’s looks are still an ideal. That’s something, for better or for worse, that has helped make her an authority: Teens, ever self-conscious, initially glom to her because she seems to have negotiated that dominant ideal. But hidden within that ideal package is a disruptive, even revolutionary message: Performing for boys matters for less, ultimately, than cultivating your own self.

What’s remarkable, and heartening, is the way in which girls seem to be responding to this message. Unlike the still relatively old-fashioned star-producing apparatuses of film, television, and music, which offer a star up with the expectation that fandom will follow, Helbig’s fandom is wholly organic. She’s not a star because a group of producers and publicists decided she would be, but because teen girls decided she was. Instead of fans molding their tastes and ideals around what’s offered to them — often by older, male executives — they’ve anointed someone who resonates with them.

Bottom-up celebrity, instead of top-down. It’s dangerous to be too utopian about the potential of YouTube stars to usurp dominant ideals — physically, Helbig fits them perfectly — which is part of the reason that E! has hired her as an ostensible replacement for another unruly yet beautiful blonde, Chelsea Handler. And as Hollywood becomes increasingly aware of the potential of these idols, it’s not difficult to imagine a not-so-distant future in which YouTube stardom becomes just as organized, corporate, and inorganic as the Disney star factory.

To be clear, no one should confuse the value of virtual idols like Helbig for actual role models, whether they be mentors, teachers, or other women who demonstrate and speak frankly about the realities of negotiating femininity in the 21st century, in the lives of teenage girls. Still, I can’t stop thinking about how revolutionary Helbig’s weirdo performance of self would’ve been to 12-, 14-, and 16-year-old me.

I’m too old to be a Grace girl now. But I wonder how much more liberated and confident in my own weirdo self I would be if I could’ve been.











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24 Delicious Filipino Foods You Need In Your Life http://foodguideto.com/awesome/24-delicious-filipino-foods-you-need-in-your-life/ http://foodguideto.com/awesome/24-delicious-filipino-foods-you-need-in-your-life/#respond Tue, 20 Jun 2017 20:30:27 +0000 http://buzzfeed.com/melissaharrison/delicious-filipino-foods Break out the heavy duty rice cooker. It’s time to feast. View this image › 1. Lumpia potatochipsarenotdinner.com kawalingpinoy.com   What it is: Filipino–style spring rolls. Why it’s awesome: The filling varies, but one thing remains the same: You can (and will) inhale them by the dozen. Recipes here and here. 2. Sinigang View this […]

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1. Lumpia

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What it is: Filipino–style spring rolls.

Why it’s awesome: The filling varies, but one thing remains the same: You can (and will) inhale them by the dozen. Recipes here and here.

2. Sinigang

Sinigang

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What it is: Hot and sour soup.

Why it’s awesome: Tamarind paste and calamansi (or Philippine lime) juice infuse the broth with its signature sour flavor. This version calls for salty chunks of pork and a splash of creamy coconut milk to round out things out. Recipe here.

3. Chicken Afritada

Chicken Afritada

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What it is: Chicken stew.

Why it’s awesome: Spanish influences can be found throughout Filipino cuisine, and this tomato-based stew with chicken, peppers, and onions is one of the heartiest examples. Recipe here.

4. Cassava Cake

Cassava Cake

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What it is: A creamy, not-too-sweet dessert made from cassava root and coconut milk.

Why it’s awesome: It’s sweet, but not cloyingly so. For texture, the top is broiled until it’s almost crunchy. It can also be made gluten-free. Recipe here.

5. Pancit Palabok

Pancit Palabok

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What it is: Noodles!

Why it’s awesome: It’s a super versatile, catch-all dish that centers around a simple, savory combination of meat, veggies, and noodles. Recipe here.

6. Ube Ice Cream

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What it is: Exactly what it sounds like: ice cream made from the root crop ube, also known as purple yam.

Why it’s awesome: Purple ice cream. ‘Nuff said. Recipe here.

7. Pork Adobo

Pork Adobo

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What it is: Tender pork belly braised in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, oil, and bay leaves.

Why it’s awesome: All of the flavors? Check. Recipe here.

8. Chicken Bistek

Chicken Bistek

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What it is: Meat cooked in a sauce of soy and citrus.

Why it’s awesome: Soy sauce is cut with lemon juice or calamansi to make an addictive, tangy marinade. Recipe here.

9. Chicharon

Chicharon

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What it is: Fried pork rinds.

Why it’s awesome: Fried. Pork. Rinds. Recipe here.

10. Calamansi Whiskey Sour

Calamansi Whiskey Sour

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What it is: A cocktail highlighting one of the most frequently used fruits in Filipino cooking.

Why it’s awesome: The only thing better than calamansi? Calamansi spiked with whiskey. Recipe here.

11. Bibingka

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What it is: Sweet coconut cake.

Why it’s awesome: Rice flour + coconut cream = a Filipino Christmastime treat that’s delicious enough to eat year-round. Recipe here.

12. Sizzling Pork Sisig

Sizzling Pork Sisig

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What it is: Pork parts (often: head, liver, cheeks) mixed with onions, chiles, citrus, and egg.

Why it’s awesome: The pork is prepped in multiple ways — in this case: boiled then grilled — then served on a sizzling hot plate. Recipe here.

13. Kare-Kare

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What it is: Oxtail stew.

Why it’s awesome: The key ingredient that brings everything together? Peanut butter. Recipe here.

14. Halo-Halo

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What it is: Dessert made with a hodgepodge of ingredients, including shaved ice, sweet beans, fruit, tapioca, and ube ice cream.

Why it’s awesome: Halo-halo means “mix mix” in Tagalog, and that’s exactly what you’re supposed to do with it. Recipe here.

15. Lechon

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What it is: Whole roasted pig.

Why it’s awesome: It doubles as the most intense potluck centerpiece you’ve ever seen.

16. Biko

Biko

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What it is: Sweet sticky rice.

Why it’s awesome: This creamy, easy-to-make dessert only requires a few ingredients. But it still packs a ton of flavor, and it’s garnished with equally addictive latik, or cooked-down coconut milk or cream. Recipe here.

17. Kaldereta

Kaldereta

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What it is: Hearty meat stew with potatoes, peppers, and liver sauce.

Why it’s awesome: The stew is traditionally made with goat, but you can also sub in beef or chicken for those who haven’t yet seen the light. Recipe here.

18. Arroz Caldo

Arroz Caldo

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What it is: A thick and creamy rice soup or porridge.

Why it’s awesome: Comfort food at its finest. Rice is simmered with spices and aromatics (and in this case, chicken), then topped with spring onions and fried garlic for extra crunch. Recipe here.

19. Dessert Lumpia

Dessert Lumpia

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What it is: Sweetened bananas baked in lumpia wrappers, then drizzled with caramel and chocolate.

Why it’s awesome: ANG SARAP. Recipe here.

20. Longganisa

Longganisa

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What it is: Filipino–style sausage.

Why it’s awesome: It’s the breakfast of champions. Recipe here.

21. Ukoy

Ukoy

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What it is: Crispy shrimp fritters with tangy vinegar dipping sauce.

Why it’s awesome: Portable perfection. Recipe here.

22. Tocino

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What it is: Sweetened cured pork.

Why it’s awesome: Thin strips of pork sit for several hours (or days) in a mixture of sugar, salt, garlic, and oil, then are fried up in a hot pan until the coating caramelizes. Recipe here.

23. Leche Flan

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What it is: Caramel custard.

Why it’s awesome: This dense, silky dessert is richer than its Spanish counterparts because it’s made with condensed milk and more egg yolks. Nom factor: high. Recipe here.

24. Filipino Spaghetti

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What it is: Noodles sweetened with your choice of sugary sauce — like banana ketchup or condensed milk. Bonus points for adding chopped up hot dogs.

Why it’s awesome: Sweet spaghetti. Don’t knock it till you try it. Recipe here.

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Flatworm Mating: Literally a Cockblock http://foodguideto.com/awesome/flatworm-mating-literally-a-cockblock/ http://foodguideto.com/awesome/flatworm-mating-literally-a-cockblock/#respond Mon, 19 Jun 2017 20:29:50 +0000 http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/flatworm-mating-literally-cockblock Propagating the species is a much larger investment for females than males for almost every species. While most males have basically an unlimited amount of gametes to spread their genes onto the next generation, the ladies have to make (relatively) gigantic eggs which take up a lot of resources. Many mothers then have to carry […]

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Propagating the species is a much larger investment for females than males for almost every species. While most males have basically an unlimited amount of gametes to spread their genes onto the next generation, the ladies have to make (relatively) gigantic eggs which take up a lot of resources. Many mothers then have to carry their young inside them or find a safe place for the eggs to develop, sometimes providing constant protection. Depending on the species, the mother also has to provide for her young for a considerable amount of time after it is born, while the father may or may not be involved.

Being a mom can be fairly exhausting, which is why females typically show much more discretion when choosing a mate. If you’re going to go through all of that, the guy (and his genes) had better be worth it. Females typically respond best to the most virile males as a means of ensuring that her babies will be in good health with a better chance for survival. It would be a shame if all of that effort and resources were all wasted.

If all other aspects in life were equal, which parental role would you choose to take on? Sure, as humans we could rationalize the situation and make the decision based a variety of factors like who wants to feel the baby kick or stay at home to breastfeed. But, if we look at this objectively at simpler lifeforms, the answer is clear: being the male is the better way to go because you still get to continue your lineage with considerably less effort.

Flatworms are hermaphroditic and can take on either parental role, based on who does the inseminating. Unable to have a logical conversation about the matter, the flatworms solve the problem in the only way they know how: by trying to stab the other with their penis and the first to inseminate wins. Now, the idea of love or intimacy during copulation is hands down a complete rarity among animals, but it’s not exactly the epic battle that it is with flatworms.

When they approach one another and are ready to mate, it is instantly game on. They sit halfway up and get their double-headed penis ready to strike. This also leaves them exposed to getting hit themselves. Penis fencing can last an hour and result in the flatworms being stabbed multiple times. Ultimately, one deposits sperm into the other and emerges victorious, completing the paternal obligation. The flatworm that lost immediately begins to search for food to make up the resources required for making the eggs.

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Oreo Churros Are Officially Being Sold In Stores, So Life Is Complete (Photos) http://foodguideto.com/awesome/oreo-churros-are-officially-being-sold-in-stores-so-life-is-complete-photos/ http://foodguideto.com/awesome/oreo-churros-are-officially-being-sold-in-stores-so-life-is-complete-photos/#respond Sun, 18 Jun 2017 20:29:20 +0000 http://elitedaily.com/envision/oreo-creme-churros-real-sold-stores/1293674/ Oreo Churros are arguably one of the most delicious snacks on the face of the planet. However, there’s just one problem with these tasty treats. These heavenly sticks aren’t sold in stores, so if you want them, you have to pray your baking abilities are good enough to whip up a batch of these bad […]

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Oreo Churros are arguably one of the most delicious snacks on the face of the planet.

However, there’s just one problem with these tasty treats.

These heavenly sticks aren’t sold in stores, so if you want them, you have to pray your baking abilities are good enough to whip up a batch of these bad boys on your own.

That was until now, of course.

Yep, the glorious day the world has been waiting for is finally here.

The snack gods finally made all of our hungry dreams come true by makingOreo Churros available at grocery stores across the country.

I know, it’s a wonderful time to be alive.

You can buy these babies inthe normal 10-inch size or thebite-sized varieties, and as you would assume, each of these tasty treats features an irresistible churro doughnut packed with a delicious Oreo creme filling.

Take a look at the pictures below to see these delicious new snacks.

Oreo Churros finally hit stores across the nation…


…and now, people are basically losing their minds over these mouthwatering snacks.


In fact, some people might be a bit too excited.


But then again, you can’t totally blame them…


…because these delectable creme-filled doughnuts look delicious AF.


You can find the new churros in the freezer section.


In addition to the normal and bite-sized, creme-filled churros, you’ll also be able to buy Traditional, Double-Twisted and bite-sized, non-filled Oreo Churros.


Seriously, just clean out my bank account because I want every damn box in the store.

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Trees Make Ants Chemically Dependent, Turn Them Into Indentured Servants http://foodguideto.com/awesome/trees-make-ants-chemically-dependent-turn-them-into-indentured-servants/ http://foodguideto.com/awesome/trees-make-ants-chemically-dependent-turn-them-into-indentured-servants/#respond Sat, 17 Jun 2017 20:31:24 +0000 http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/trees-make-ants-chemically-dependent-turn-them-indentured-servants There are all kinds of mutually beneficial relationships that exist in nature in which two seemingly unconnected species live in harmony and provide vital services for one another. This does not always result in both parties benefiting equally – but as long as it still works, it keeps on going. A recent study has shown […]

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There are all kinds of mutually beneficial relationships that exist in nature in which two seemingly unconnected species live in harmony and provide vital services for one another. This does not always result in both parties benefiting equally – but as long as it still works, it keeps on going. A recent study has shown that certain Central American ants live on and defend a particular tree not because they want to, but because enzymes in the tree’s nectar have made it impossible for them to get food anywhere else. The research team was led by Martin Heil of Cinvestav Unidad Irapuato in Mexico and was published in Ecology Letters.

The acacia tree is covered in pods that can be taken by insects. Colonies of Pseudomyrmex ferrugineus patrol the tree, protecting the pods. Some species of acacia tree even have thorns large enough for the ants to move into. In turn for their defense against predators like termites, the tree produces nectar for the ants. The nectar is rich in sucrose, a type of sugar. Using an enzyme called invertase, the ants break up the large sucrose molecules into smaller bits which can then be used to generate energy. About eight years ago, Heil’s previous research showed that the adult ants don’t even make invertase, but it is produced by the tree and can be found in the nectar. It is a classic textbook example of mutualism, or so we all thought. The truth, as it seems, is a bit more complicated.

Five years ago, Heil found out that young ants do produce invertase, but that ability is lost at some point during life. In recent years, he has searched for the answer which, he would find out, almost seems like  one of the biggest betrayals in mutualism history: the tree stops the ants from producing their own digestive enzymes. Included in the sucrose and invertase is chitinase: an enzyme that blocks invertase production.

While it is true that the ants protect the tree in exchange for food, they do so because they have no other options. They are completely unable to eat from any other source, because they rely on the invertase from the acacia’s nectar. So, the tree gives them exactly what they need to live, but only because it made them invertase-deficient in the first place. The tree makes out like a bandit by having armies of ants to protect it, who will never be able to leave. 

This methodology has vague (and highly anthropomorphized) connotations to Münchausen syndrome by proxy (MSbP) in which someone believes they are sick and have a dedicated caretaker, but it turns out that the caretaker was the one making them sick in the first place. In the case of the acacia tree, it is damning the ants to an eternity of servitude on top of blocking the invertase production to ensure it is the ants’ only food source.

On a very basic level, however, this is astoundingly impressive. Solely through genetic mutations over countless generations, the acacia tree has adapted a way to protect itself from predators and the ants won’t be able to leave, leaving the tree vulnerable. It just happened to evolve this way, which is absolutely amazing. You win this one, acacia tree.

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24 Diagrams To Help You Have Better Sex http://foodguideto.com/awesome/24-diagrams-to-help-you-have-better-sex/ http://foodguideto.com/awesome/24-diagrams-to-help-you-have-better-sex/#respond Fri, 16 Jun 2017 20:30:37 +0000 http://www.buzzfeed.com/carolynkylstra/graphics-sex Understand consent, keep your penis safe, get it on while pregnant, and more. 1. For all the kisses. View this image › glitterandnightmares.tumblr.com 2. For a basic ~pleasure~ blueprint. View this image › Men’s Health / Via menshealth.com These charts don’t apply to everyone, of course, but they’re interesting to look at nonetheless! See more […]

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Understand consent, keep your penis safe, get it on while pregnant, and more.

2. For a basic ~pleasure~ blueprint.

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These charts don’t apply to everyone, of course, but they’re interesting to look at nonetheless! See more about this at Do You Know Her Pleasure Points? via Men’s Health.

3. For when you need to love yourself first.

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4. For understanding consent.

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In case there’s any confusion at all. To learn more, read What Consent Looks Like at VitaminW.

Infographic by Jana Marie Soroczak for VitaminW.

5. For sleeping with bae (and actually sleeping).

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Cute, right? Read more about the best and worst sleep positions for couples at Swimmingly.

6. For using a condom the right way.

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Using condoms during sex is called the “barrier method” of protection. When used correctly, they’re 98% effective at preventing pregnancy (but when used incorrectly, they’re only 82% effective). Condoms can also be a good way to reduce your risk of contracting or spreading STIs. They don’t protect you against all STIs (some can be spread from skin-to-skin contact, for instance), but it’s a good place to start.

Worth noting: The best thing you can do for yourself in terms of protection against STIs: Get tested, know your status, and get treatment for any STIs that you do have. Not all are curable, but all can be treated to one degree or another. See more information about STI testing and treatment here.

Infographic via Erika Moen of OhJoySexToy.

7. For when condoms alone might not cut it.

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Condoms aren’t the only barrier method in town. Depending on the sex act or the partner, you might benefit more from one of these other options.

Infographic by John Warren Hanawalt for Fenway Health.

8. For a gentle reminder to know your status and protect yourself in multiple ways.

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Again, condoms alone won’t keep you safe and protected — it’s also vital to know your STI status, and get treated for any STIs that you do have (many of which don’t have obvious symptoms). Learn more here.

9. For a sexy soundtrack.

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Women’s Health Facebook followers shared their favorite sex songs (shown above). Any you’d add?

10. For feeling comfortable calling the shots.

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This is so, so important. Your sex life is your own, and you call the shots. Via sexedquestions.tumblr.com and sexpositiveblog.com.

11. For knowing just where you stand.

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Hey, labels aren’t the worst thing ever, and monogamy isn’t necessarily for everyone. Isn’t it better to be honest and up-front about it?

Infographic via David McCandless of Information Is Beautiful, author of Knowledge Is Beautiful.

12. For getting in the mood.

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Find out what makes these foods so ~sexy~ at 7 Foods That Boost Your Libido, via Women’s Health.

13. For making your room a bit more hospitable to overnight guests.

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You don’t need ceiling mirrors or stripper poles to turn your bedroom into a verifiable sex den. Instead, you should make your bed as inviting as possible, according to Men’s Health. These 7 Sex Upgrades For Your Bed are a good place to start.

14. For getting it on during pregnancy.

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For tips about how to do each of these moves, plus four more pregnancy sex positions, read Have Hot Pregnancy Sex: The Best Positions For Every Trimester, via Women’s Health.

15. For exploring your kinky side.

Alice Mongkongllite / BuzzFeed / Via buzzfeed.com

OK, so this isn’t a chart, but it is a great primer on all things BDSM (as in: all the things that you didn’t learn from reading or watching Fifty Shades of Grey). Check it out, and ready the handcuffs!

16. For keeping your penis safe and sound.

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Thanks, Men’s Health! Read The 10 Worst Things That Can Happen To Your Penis for more on this topic.

17. For when you see a bangin’ booty and kinda wanna shout about it.

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Glad we cleared THAT up. Flowchart by Shea Strauss for Playboy.

18. For when you want a little more playfulness in your relationship.

Alice Mongkongllite for BuzzFeed / Via buzzfeed.com

For more details on this, check out The Couples Bucket List You’ll Actually Want To Do.

19. For, ahem, improving your flexibility and opening those hips.

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Speaking of fitness for better sex… See 10 Ways Exercise Makes Your Sex Life Better (According to Science).

20. For when you might wanna give yourself a hand.

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Masturbation can be a totally normal part of your sex life, no matter your gender, and regardless of whether you have a partner or not.

21. For choosing the best birth control for you.

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Via Greatist. WORTH NOTING: Per the infographic, all the costs listed are before health insurance. Under the Affordable Care Act, anyone with insurance can now get many types of birth control for free, without a copay. More on that here.

22. For where NOT to store your condoms (lest they break!).

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23. For if the condom breaks anyway.

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From Planned Parenthood’s Tumblr post: “Note: If you’re a trans guy who takes hormones, you should talk with your doctor and see what they recommend when it comes to taking emergency contraception. Unfortunately, right now there isn’t enough research that tells us how hormonal EC will affect you, so your best choice may be the non-hormonal ParaGard IUD.

24. For after sex is over, and you’re eyeballing that selfie stick.

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Just say no. More sex charts here.

Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/carolynkylstra/graphics-sex

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[4K]What To Eat and Do in Seoul, Korea (NOC Travel Guide!) http://foodguideto.com/videos/4kwhat-to-eat-and-do-in-seoul-korea-noc-travel-guide/ http://foodguideto.com/videos/4kwhat-to-eat-and-do-in-seoul-korea-noc-travel-guide/#respond Fri, 16 Jun 2017 11:04:40 +0000 http://foodguideto.com/?p=19697 Korea is a shopping heaven for girls 😀 food was okay, people was okay, the weather is definitely great for cold chasers! 😀 Tell us where you wanna go next! Download HotelsCombined iOS – Android – Looking to save on Data plans on your next trip? Use the code "NOC8" for $8/day in HK, Japan, […]

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In Good Taste: 3D Printing With Nutella http://foodguideto.com/awesome/in-good-taste-3d-printing-with-nutella/ http://foodguideto.com/awesome/in-good-taste-3d-printing-with-nutella/#respond Wed, 14 Jun 2017 20:29:51 +0000 http://mashable.com/2014/06/10/3d-printer-nutella/ Image: Stucture3D 3D printing isn’t just for inedible plastics anymore. Most filament 3D printers start with rigid plastic or corn-based material like PLA, which is fed into the printer, melted and then pushed through a specialized nozzle that moves over a fixed plate and the extruder prints layer by layer. But a new 3D printer […]

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3D printing isn’t just for inedible plastics anymore.

Most filament 3D printers start with rigid plastic or corn-based material like PLA, which is fed into the printer, melted and then pushed through a specialized nozzle that moves over a fixed plate and the extruder prints layer by layer.

But a new 3D printer add-on from Structure3D Printing will let you start with soft, even paste-like materials and print them through any filament-based 3D printer to create a world of soft, pliable and even edible 3D objects.

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Printing the Maker Faire logo with Nutella.

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The Discov3ry paste extruder connects to your 3D printer and can handle silicone, polyurethane, clay, Play-Doh, melted chocolate, cookie dough, meringue, fondant and Nutella.

You just need to switch out the existing printing tip, connect the new soft material feed tube (which extends out of the Discov3ry Extruder) and connect the new extruder tip to your 3D printer’s print head cartridge. This sounds a bit complicated; we wouldn’t want to pass judgment until we can try it for ourselves.

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The Discov3ry 3D printer add-on connects to a 3D printer.

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Soft, squishy, even liquidy printing materials are placed in reusable syringes, which Discov3ry forces out of into a tube that connects to the extruder tip. A $249 starter kit will ship with three sets of syringes, tubes and connectors. The company is trying to raise additional funds for production through Kickstarter, and will also sell a wide variety of print nozzles.

As much fun as it is to imagine printing with your favorite food products, printing with silicone also has potential for biomedical applications ranging from prosthetics to hearing aids and surgical implants, the company explained.

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