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How Di Fara Became A New York Pizza Institution

How Di Fara Became A New York Pizza Institution
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How Di Fara Became A New York Pizza Institution | Legendary Eats Di Fara Pizza was opened in 1965 by Domenico DeMarco, an Italian immigrant and known workaholic who’s barely taken a day off in over 50 years. With fans like Leonardo DiCaprio and the late Anthony Bourdain, Di Fara’s $5 slice and infamously long
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Delicious Fast Food Items You Can Get For $1 Or Less

Delicious Fast Food Items You Can Get For $1 Or Less
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Even in the era of $7 lattes, cheap, quick, and greasy eats can still be found for less than $1. To help you hunt down some wallet-friendly cuisine, we’ve rounded up the tastiest fast food items you can get for $1 or less. McDonald’s launched its Dollar Menu in 2002, but the fast-food giant was
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Man Visits The Last Restaurants Of Once-Popular American Chains

Man Visits The Last Restaurants Of Once-Popular American Chains
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Don Pablo’s The chain of full-service Mexican restaurants once had 120 locations, but was down to one after a series of bankruptcies. The last standing location in Norwood, Ohio recently shut down. Bonanza Bonanza was founded by Dan Blocker, a star in the TV western with the same name. It was one of the earliest
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We Tried Mini Key Lime Pies On A Stick

We Tried Mini Key Lime Pies On A Stick
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Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pie in Red Hook, Brooklyn, has been serving up eclectic versions of the classic key lime pie since 1994, including its trademarked “Swingle.” We went behind the scenes to learn how Steve makes his iconic Swingle™ from oven to freezer, before covering them with rich, dark Belgian chocolate.

What It Takes To Be A Benihana Chef

What It Takes To Be A Benihana Chef
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Benihana is famous for their chefs’ teppanyaki tricks– bouncing eggs, tossing shrimp, and transforming onion slices into a flaming volcano. We visited their flagship location to learn what it takes to be a Benihana chef. We learned how to make signature dishes like Benihana’s chicken fried rice as well as how to execute some of
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Thai Food At Legendary Kui Mong Restaurant

Thai Food At Legendary Kui Mong Restaurant
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Huge DEEP FRIED River Shrimp – Thai Food at Legendary Kui Mong (กุ่ยหมง) Restaurant! One day for lunch we drove out to Kui Mong (กุ่ยหมง), a legendary restaurant that is the original restaurant in Thailand serving deep fried river shrimp (prawns). In order to get the largest size, Puppup had to actually call the restaurant
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Every Item At The Costco Food Court Ranked From Worst To Best

Every Item At The Costco Food Court Ranked From Worst To Best
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With incredibly low prices and surprisingly good snacks, we’ve never met an item at the Costco food court that we didn’t like. Of course, while they might all be the perfect snacks for browsing eight-gallon jars of mayonnaise, there’s definitely a hierarchy to the Costco menu. Here’s the definitive ranking of every single item at
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The Real Reason You Don’t See Many Old Country Buffets Anymore

The Real Reason You Don’t See Many Old Country Buffets Anymore
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Old Country Buffet has been an American strip mall staple for years. But despite the promise of delicious cheese biscuits awaiting you behind those ubiquitous red letters, Old Country Buffet has definitely had some setbacks. And we’re not just talking about broken froyo machines at the lunch rush. In 2006, Old Country Buffet’s parent company
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