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11 Seriously Weird Chocolate-Coated Foods
These days, chocolate-covered bacon has lost its novelty as bacon has already managed to infiltrate every other food by now, so why not chocolate? On the other hand, there are still plenty of bizarre things to cover in chocolate in this big wide world of ours…and here are a few of the strangest. Most of us would never want to eat a raw onion in the first place, so why someone would think that dunking the onion in chocolate would change that fact is beyond me. The flavor seems to be exactly what you would expect too, one reviewer said that if you’re curious, just bite into a raw onion and then bite into a chocolate bar. Strangely, these seem to be a regular item in certain Philadelphia candy shops.
17 Photos From A Day In The Life Of Conan O'Brien
Conan Christopher O'Brien is an American television host, comedian, writer, producer and performer. He is best known for hosting several late-night talk shows, the most recent of which, Conan, premiered on American cable television station TBS in 2010. O'Brien was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, and was raised in an Irish Catholic family. He served as president of the Harvard Lampoon while attending Harvard University, and was a writer for the sketch comedy series Not Necessarily the News. Known for his spontaneous hosting style, which has been characterized as "awkward, self-deprecating humor," O'Brien's late-night programs combine the "lewd and wacky with more elegant, narrative-driven short films (remotes)."He has hosted Conan since 2010 and has also hosted such events as the Emmy Awards and Christmas in Washington. The whole show begins their day with a time honored tradition: The Morning Meeting!
In Defense of 10 Divisive TV Characters We Love
When people hate on a TV character we love, it’s hard not to take it personally. At the same time, we’ve been swayed from the haters’ side on many occasions. For instance, we wrote off New Girl after the mere sight of the “adorkable” tagline, until a sworn fan urged us to give it a shot. We tuned in and were delighted to learn that the show — and Deschanel’s Jess Day — were nothing like what we expected. With Season 2 premiering tonight, we couldn’t help but think how it was just last year that we were rolling our eyes without even giving the girl a shot. So we’ve gathered a few thoughts in defense of Jess, as well as a few other TV characters who tend to receive a lot of flack, but who we believe to be pretty great.
Fairytale Abodes: 15 Tiny Storybook Cottages
Humble and beautiful in their imperfection, little cottages with hand-made details call to mind the tales of the Brothers Grimm and other fairy stories, making us long for an adorable abode to call our own. These tiny houses provide inspiration to simplify and live smaller, and they’re definitely fun to look at. So make yourself a mug of hot cocoa, settle into some blankets and get ready to daydream about cozy snow-covered cottages brimming with the magic of storytelling.
Top 10 Most Expensive Champagnes
Champagnes are considered as a luxury of the upper class and like every luxury they are notorious for being overly expensive. Unfortunately, by expensive we do not mean that the Champagne that costs the most will also be the most delicious. Moreover, champagne that tastes the best for a person may taste ridiculous to the other guy. Still a large number of people take interest in the prices of the most expensive champagnes of the world.
5 Trends To Help Start The Year Right
Nothing kills a productive day like a dead cell phone battery. Lucky for us, that's what inspired frustrated social worker Liz Salcedo to create Everpurse. The inventive solution allows you to charge your mobile device simply by placing it inside your handbag. Salcedo and her husband/business partner designed a bag with a built-in pocket that automatically connects to the charger via gravity. Using the same wireless technology as some Nokia products, each bag is equipped with a receiver and battery inside its lining, pulling off a crafty nontechnical look.
5 Trends To Look For In Travel This Year
There are few certainties when it comes to travel. But in this new year, travelers can count on one thing: They'll have to spend more money if they want to fly. Airlines had a profitable 2012. And industry analysts say they'll probably have an even better 2013 if they keep raising fares, charging more fees and cutting back on the number of flights. That may push some travelers to their cars. If it does, they won't see record high gasoline prices at the pump for the first time in two years. Consumers may celebrate other victories in the new year, as the Department of Transportation considers broader restrictions on some airline practices.
12 Beautiful Breakfasts and Brunches
During the holidays, family get-togethers often center around an extravagant dinner feast—but a plentiful breakfast, either after opening presents or during the days following the celebration using Christmas meal leftovers, is a great way to gather family in an informal setting. From a creamy, smooth bowl of Mashed Hash Browns to a hearty slice of Turkey, Spinach and Swiss Quiche, ring in the holidays around one of our scrumptious morning meals.
10 Fascinating Facts About Color
It’s in everything we touch, taste, smell, and feel. It evokes emotion without asking for prior thought. It can be the focus of our careers, the way we live, the choices we make, and the fun we have. We are all familiar with color and its basic concepts, but did you know...
The 9 Coolest Company Cafeterias and Food Perks in the Country
When Marissa Mayer became CEO of Yahoo over the summer, she announced a number of plans for the company, but the change that garnered possibly the most enthusiasm from employees was a simple one: free food. But it's not just tech companies like Yahoo, based in Silicon Valley's Sunnyvale, that are offering the coolest food perks for employees. "Some companies understand how an investment in workplace culture can pay off, while other companies may pay less attention to the intangibles," said Susan Lucas-Conwell, Global CEO of Great Place to Work, a research and consulting firm in San Francisco.