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How To Eat Like A Local In Australia

If you’re headed to Australia and want to eat like the locals, but also experience some of the weird and wacky yet delicious cuisine, we have you covered. To eat like a local in Australia you need to know what goes on the barbie (BBQ), what’s for breaky (breakfast), and what snacks and classics are up for grabs (FYI it’s not vegemite).

Favorite Dog-Friendly Hotels in the US

We love our dogs like they are our own kids. And while vacations are fun, we are always sad when we have to leave our four-legged friend behind. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite dog-friendly hotels in the US. While there are many more than those listed here, these are the ones we can vouch for and are really excited about.

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9 Favorite Hikes Less than an Hour from Denver

After we do a lot of cooking and eating, it’s time to get outside and move.There are so many trails around Denver that are just begging to be explored that it can be overwhelming. Here are a few of our favorites that are less than an hour drive.

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Favorite Energy Bite Recipes

Energy bites are one of our favorite healthy snacks to enjoy for breakfast, as a snack or even sometimes as dessert when we’re craving a little something sweet. Make a big batch and keep them in the freezer where they will last for months. Check out some of our favorite recipes.

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Feast by Firelight: Tips to Eating Well While Camping

Camping season is here and rather than relying on canned biscuits and Oscar Meyers, we’ll be eating in style around the fire, but without the stress. This year, we’re packing Emma Frisch’s new book, Feast by Firelight. Check out a few tips from the book to make packing and cooking camp or cabin food a breeze.

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Gifts for Moms, Dads and Grads

Mother’s Day is around the corner, graduations are happening every weekend and before we know it, Father’s Day will be here. We’ve listed our favorite gifts for Moms, Dads and Grads, be it from high school or college.

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Utah Destinations You Didn’t Know About

From its gritty heyday, to one of the renowned film festival destinations, Utah not only beckons the adventurers to the great outdoors, its sleepy cities have grown diverse in entrepreneurship, budding with popular native and international flavors alike, even local craft alcoholic beverages, it’s no wonder many flock to Utah as an all-around destination; some even come to stay.

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New Food Products We Love

We love trying new foods and discovering new food products. Maybe you’ve had a taste of these already, maybe not. Here are a few new food products we are currently obsessing over.

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Get Cozy with Cassoulet

Cassoulet is the French answer to casserole. It’s loaded with beans, often meat, and is cooked for hours to develop rich, cozy flavors. Here are a few recipes to keep you warm the rest of winter.

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Soup and Stew: What’s the Difference?

When we’re huddled up all winter long, we have big questions floating through our heads as we sit by the fire drinking hot chocolate. Questions like, is there a difference between soup and stew? In this post, we tackle that question and share a few of our favorite soup/stew recipes.

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Tips for Doing a Three-Day Food Reset

Whether you are still sticking to your food resolutions or you’ve gone back to your habits from the year before, here are the tips you need for successfully doing a three-day food reset. Clear your mind, your gut and get your eating back on track with this guide from Robyn Youkilis.

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