Don't Blow Your Return Ticket On Food - Here's How To Eat Cheap While Traveling

Whether you're navigating a bustling foreign capital or backpacking a far-flung island, there's always a new sauce to taste or unrecognizable fruit to gnaw. Chowing down on foreign foods is arguably one of the best parts of traveling. And with a world of cuisines to explore, you've got to venture beyond the five-star restaurants if you want to advance without blowing your return plane fare. If you're looking for a way to savor scads of new dishes without eating away your travel funds, pull up

SEO for Bing: A Beginner's Guide

With the vast majority of the world’s digital marketing efforts directed at improving rankings on that king of all search engines, “search engine optimization” may as well be called “Google optimization.” As modern marketers, it’s easy to forget that Bing, the second most popular search engine in the world, even exists. But if you neglect this slice of the search engine world entirely, you’re missing out on a lucrative opportunity to expand your reach to a broader audience.

Hands down the best fried chicken places in America

The philly cheesesteak has long reigned as Philadelphia's archetypal culinary artifact. But thanks to one up-and-coming chain of Philadelphia restaurants, fried chicken — and perhaps even donuts — may be about to give the beloved cheesesteak a run for its money as far as the best good you can get in Philly. Eater Chef of the Year Michael Solomonov, his business partner Steve Cook, and local coffee shop owners Tom Henneman and Bobby Logue, have been working to establish Philly as a fried chicken

The untold truth of fast food playgrounds

Once upon a time, way back in the '90s, the iPad hadn't been invented yet, Boy Meets World was still on the air, and interior playgrounds at fast food restaurants weren't regarded as foul dens of germs and discarded heroine needles. During this magical age, children frolicked in ball pits and slid down slides in the playscapes of restaurants like McDonald's and Burger King. Meanwhile, their parents chatted nearby, knowing their kids were fenced in and playing someplace "safe."

The best cocktails to whip up for brunch

Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.
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