7 Weird Fall Holidays

…created in 1446 to end the usage of Chinese characters in Korea. Maybe down a few bowl of alphabet soup on the 9th to celebrate? Or just indulge in some Korean BBQ. It’s fine if you celebrate World Pasta Day early, or late, or always. In 1995, pasta experts from…

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The Weirdest Laws You Didn’t Know New York Had

…a cigarette. New York passed this law in 2013 which changed the minimum smoking age to 21. If you’re in Ocean City, you may not slurp your soup. You cannot wear slippers in the state of New York after 10 p.m. Apparently that’s your bedtime, though this city is known…

All The Things To Celebrate For The Last Part of March

…National Take a Walk in the Park Day, National I Am in Control Day, National Doctor’s Day, National Pencil Day, National Turkey Neck Soup Day, and of course, National Virtual Vacation Day. And for the last day of the month, March 31st is National Crayon Day, National Tater Day, National…

A New Diet Tool Forces Your Mouth Shut with Magnets

…restrict breathing,” he explained. So, yeah. If you ever wanted to lose weight by being forced to eat only water-thin soup, definitely go for this thing. Photo courtesy of University of Otago. ‘No Adverse Consequences,’ They Say… According to Brunton, his team was inspired to create the device to try…

“Italian Food” That Real Italians Won’t Eat

…Wedding Soup Yes, it has it in the name, but not in the final product. Yes, the meal has pasta and sausage, both staples in Italian cooking. But that’s about all it has in common with Italy, beyond the name. You won’t find it on any menus in Italy, and…

Don’t Serve the Worst Thanksgiving Foods at Your Feast

It’s almost Thanksgiving, so you want to be the hostess with the mostest. You don’t be remembered for the boiled vegetables, if you know what I mean. Creamed Onions Onions are delicious but drowning them in butter and essentially serving them as soup? Just no. Have sliced, roasted onions alongside…