Author Archives: Josie Green

The Most Iconic Foods Every State Has Given the Rest of the US

Imagine a rich pork bone broth with sage and savory mixed with pork jowl and organ meat, thickened with cornmeal, then sliced and fried like polenta. Sound delicious? That ...
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34 Breakfast Cereals You Can’t Buy Anymore

Oh, the days when it was socially acceptable to eat pure sugar in ice cold milk for breakfast. For those of us who grew up on breakfast cereal, the nostalgia ...
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48 Salads That Are Worse Than a Slice of Cheese Pizza

Waiter serving a large buffet table full of delicious food. Unrecognizable Caucasian male, professional in white apron and uniform.Remember when some iceberg lettuce -- maybe with some shredded carrot and ...
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29 Foods You Should Never Order for Delivery

Sometimes putting cold cuts between two slices of bread is more than one can manage on a weeknight, not to mention when the fridge is empty and so is the ...
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The Toughest Places to Be Fashionable

Everyone has heard the saying “all dressed up with no place to go,” but what about having a full wallet with no place to shop? For many so-called bedroom suburbs ...
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The Easiest Cities in America to Be Fashionable

According to Coco Chanel, one of the most popular fashion designers in history, “The best things in life are free. The second best are very, very expensive.” Maintaining a fashionable ...
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These Are Longest Direct Flights in the World

On October 5, 1941, the first non-stop flight across the Pacific Ocean ended in Wenatchee, Washington, 41 hours after the plane left Japan. Thankfully, transoceanic flights are much faster nowadays, ...
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The Most Beautiful Natural Wonder in Every State

While humans have built some impressive, gravity-defying, and awe-inspiring marvels -- here are the most photographed structures in the world -- the natural world may have us beat. We’re ...
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Places Where Your Visit Could Double the Population

It may be stifling living in a small town where everybody knows your name, but imagine living in a town so small you’re the only resident. Using decennial census data, ...
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The 15 Ultimate Summer Road Trips

It would take a lifetime to travel every road and experience the whole country. From the Mojave Desert to the snow-covered summit of Denali, the United States’ 3.8 million square ...
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Most Photographed Structures in the World

With the advent of smartphones, people now carry cameras with them wherever they go. Every two minutes, the world’s population takes more photos than they did in the entire 19th ...
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Junk Foods That Are Actually Not So Bad for You

Remember when margarine was healthier than butter? That was before studies revealed how unhealthy synthetic trans fats can be. Nutrition science is constantly changing, and with it, the reputations of ...
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Most Photographed Structures in the World

With the advent of smartphones, people now carry cameras with them wherever they go. Every two minutes, the world’s population takes more photos than they did in the entire 19th ...
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The Love, Money, UFO and 28 Other Unofficial Capitals of the World

Seven U.S. cities claim to be the Watermelon Capital of the World, while countless other towns dub themselves the capital of some quirky, obscure, or mundane attribute, such as leap ...
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The 30 Least Densely Populated Countries in the World

There are 57.5 million square miles of land on Earth, yet 95% of the planet’s human population inhabits only 10% of that land, according to the World Bank’s 2009 World ...
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