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Day of the Dead Decoration

DIY Sugar Skulls To Celebrate The Day Of The Dead

BY JERRY LEON The Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos, is a Mexican holiday that takes place every year from October 31st to November 2nd. Traditionally celebrated throughout Mexico (though more commonly celebrated in the central and southern regions of Mexico), the holiday serves to honor the memory of loved ones passed […]

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Chermoula is used to coat fish or seafood for grilling or baking. The gorgeous flavor comes from the fusion of: herbs, oil, lemon juice, pickled lemons, garlic, cumin, and salt. Sometimes, you'll also taste: onion, coriander, ground chili peppers, black pepper, and saffron.

12 Heavenly Foods You Must Try In Morocco

BY WENDY HUNG When I went to Morocco years ago, I ate like a pig then suffered big time afterwards (Yuck! Stomach problems aren’t fun in the middle of the Sahara desert!) But I couldn’t resist the vibrant flavors, all those herbs and spices infused in Moroccan cuisine. Every street vendor smelled like heaven, hence […]

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Woodrose Winery Texas Austin

This Fall, Head To Texas Hill Country, AKA: The New Napa

BY KATIE HABIG As the leaves start to change and swimsuits are swapped for infinity scarves, everyone in the US is celebrating the start of fall. An activity that may not be on your bucket list but should be is visiting a winery. Wineries combine some of my favorite things: road trips, learning new things, […]

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Greece is known for its anise-flavored liqueur: Ouzo. With a dash of this, some frozen raspberries, water and lemon juice, you've got an amazing cocktail taking you right back to a summer on the Greek island.

Your Guide To Throwing The Best Around The World Halloween Party

BY TEAM JST Last week, we featured cats in adorable Halloween costumes and your hearts quickly melted. This week, we’re kicking off Monday with a #JetsetStyle bang. This time, it’s all about YOU! SEE ALSO: These 12 #JetsetStyle Cat Costumes Will Win At Halloween As jetsetters globetrotting around the world, your perfect Halloween soiree should very well be an […]

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Aroma Espresso Bar Kiev Ukraine

4 Stops In Kiev, Ukraine To Give You Necessary Caffeine Fix

BY ELIZABETH BEZVERKHA “As long as there was coffee in the world, how bad could things be?”― Cassandra Clare, City of Ashes My summer in NYC definitely made me a coffee addict. I’m now someone who can’t wake up in the morning until the first sip of a delightful, aromatic, sweet yet bitter cup of coffee. […]

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Baru style ceviche.

EXCLUSIVE! Inside i Latina: Buenos Aires’ #1 Closed-Door Restaurant

BY WENDY HUNG It’s hard flipping through any food magazine in Argentina and not come across the much buzzed about name: i Latina. Buenos Aires’ immensely popular restaurant has sustained its #1 title on TripAdvisor and five gold stars on Yelp. There’s a reason why locals and travelers leave Buenos Aires’ best closed-door restaurant with happily satiated stomaches and […]

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AfricanPeanutStew

Bringing Travel Home: West African Pumpkin Soup Recipe For Fall

BY DESIREE CONSTANCE CHOY What says fall better than pumpkins do? Pumpkin lattes, pumpkin pies, and pumpkin everything seem to take over—and we’re not complaining. This week we’re bringing travel home by sharing a West African Pumpkin soup recipe to help you feel the coziness that is fall. Peanuts are a huge staple in West […]

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