These Nutritionists Are Calling Out TikTok Recipes That Are Actually Terrible For Your Body (And Mind)
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Go out with a bang.
When you're surrounded by so much delicious food all day, isn't it hard to choose?
The most important meal of the (post-Thanksgiving) day.
It's the best of two (very delicious) worlds.
It's time we all admit that turkey's kinda lame.
Make sure your turkey is perfect, your spread is on point, and your booze supply is big enough.
Obviously you're gonna need some snacks while you wait for that turkey.
Curry up and get dinner sorted.
We want to know your healthiest advice for having your pumpkin pie and eating it, too.
Fall (food) is officially in full swing.
Which brew is the booziest?
I live for Honeycrisp apples, but I need to know if there are better options out there!
How to make a Manhattan, a Boulevardier, a Mint Julep, and an Old Fashioned
WARNING: All of them have over 1,000 calories.
These are pretty good incentive not to down your entire Halloween haul in one night.
The best way to face your fears is to just eat them.
Delicious recipes that'll turn anyone into a veggie lover.
No one should have to do without apple cider doughnuts.
The founder of Shake Shack has a seriously inspiring perspective on food, Instagram, and the smartest way to deal with your critics.