Think of the Veggie Delite as a mediocre house salad served inside of a giant loaf of bread, and it delivers.
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Why does approval of this seemingly benign genre of dessert evoke such a passionately negative response?
Doing away with the ridiculous ceremony of separating individual cheese fibers opens up a world of possibilities.
I look at the exorbitant prices as my penance for the inability to make a decision in bigger stores.
I'm gonna fill you in on a sandwich hack that will change your life (and the way you eat pastrami).
Onion rings should be a fringe gag like deep-fried Oreos, not just a desperate alternative to French fries.
Why can’t we just be happy with what we have, especially when what we have is so damn good?