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13 Fluffy Marshmallows we Want to Get Hot and Melty With in Honor of National Toasted Marshmallow Day

 

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Happy National Toasted Marshmallow Day! Whether you’re enjoying some OG toasted marshmallows this holiday weekend or roasting some gourmet mallows, make sure you remember there’s a difference between toasted and burnt. We’ve rounded up some the internet’s best looking marshies we wouldn’t mind getting all hot and toasty with. Sure, it takes some time to make your own gourmet mallows but where the hell else would you get pistachio marshmallows? That’s what I thought.

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Dulce De Leche Swirled Marshmallows

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Recipe: The Spiced Life

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Boozy Strawberry Marshmallows

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Recipe: Grace’s Sweet Life

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Pumpkin Pie Marshmallows

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Recipe: The Galley Gourmet

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Chocolate Swirl Cinnamon Marshmallows

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Recipe: Food 52

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Marshmallows

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Recipe: Bakerella

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Pistachio Marshmallows

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Recipe: The World of Chocolate

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Matcha Marshmallows

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Recipe: Popsugar

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Gingerbread Spiced Marshmallows

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Recipe: Joy The Baker

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Blueberry Mini Mallows

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Recipe: Popsugar

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Lemon Marshmallow

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Recipe: Sister Bakers

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Chambord Marshmallows

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Recipe: Food Fanatic

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Roasted Marshmallow S’mores Shots

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Recipe: Tablespoon

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Birthday Funfetti Cake Marshmallows

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Recipe: 1 Fine Cookie

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12 Droolworthy Ice Cream Sammiches We’d Gladly Let Melt All Over Us in Honor of National Ice Cream Sandwich Day

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Sunday, August 3 is National Ice Cream Sandwich Day and with this agonizing summer heat, what could possibly be a better way to spend your day off than drooling over the internet’s sweetest ice cream sammies. Sure, ice cream is amazing on its own, it’s the perfect summer snack to cool off with, but here at Foodbeast we’re firm believers that if you can make something better then dammit, do it. This roundup of meltastic ice cream sammiches are much fancier than your run of the mill vanilla ice cream sandwich with chocolate wafers. We’re talking gourmet ice cream flavors like Fruity Pebbles and Fried Chicken and Waffles stuffed into everything from cookie dough to donuts.

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Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches

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PicThx: Yvette Meijer

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Peanut Butter Jelly Ice Cream

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Recipe: Perpetually Hungry

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream Sandwich

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Recipe: Mel’s Kitchen Cafe

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Blueberry Pie Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Recipe: The Kitchen McCabe

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Churro Ice Cream Sandwich

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Ice Cream Cone Sandwiches

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Donut Ice Cream Sandwich

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S’mochi: Smores + Mochi Ice Cream

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Fried Chicken and Waffles Ice Cream Sandwich

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Pumpkin Gingerbread Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Recipe: Cannelle Vanille

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Fruity Pebbles Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich

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PicThx: Tanaya’s Table 

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Double Chocolate Chip Pistachio Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Recipe: Delishytown

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50 Doctor Who Themed Party Snacks, Drinks, and Favors for the 50th Anniversary

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The Day of The Doctor has finally arrived. After months of anticipation Whovians worldwide will tune in today to watch the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special. Introduced to the world on November 23, 1963, the show follows the time-traveling adventures in space of a mysterious man known only as “The Doctor”. 50 years later the UK based program has a cult-like following with its fandom spanning the globe. With the celebration nigh we’ve compiled a list of 50 Doctor Who themed snacks, drinks and party favors in honor of 50 years of wibbly-wobbly-timey-wimey adventures with The Doctor.

“Allons-y!”

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1. “Fish Fingers” and Custard

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Recipe: Bakingdom

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2. Doctor Who Jammie Dodgers

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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3. Blue Velvet Cupcakes

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Recipe: Tasty Kitchen

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4. Doctor Who Cupcakes

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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5. Doctor Who Color Changing Glasses

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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6. Dalek Cupcakes

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Via: Tumblr

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7. Time Traveling TARDIS Desserts

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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8. TARDIS Cake Pops

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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9. Lazy TARDIS Cake

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Via: Pinterest

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10. Rolo “Fez” Chocolates

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Via: Pinterest

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11. The 1st Doctor – The Grandfather Cocktail

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Recipe: Doctor Who Cocktails

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12. Adipose Marshmallows

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Via: Pinterest

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13. Fish Custard Tacos

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Via: Flickr

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14. TARDIS Lollipop Mold

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Via: Thingiverse

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15. The Eleventh Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver

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Recipe: The Drunken Moogle

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16. Set of Doctor Who Glasses

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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17. Doctor Who Cassandra Lasagna

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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18. Doctor Who Gallifreyan Coasters

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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19. Weeping Angel and TARDIS Cookies

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Via: Global Geek News

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20. Doctor Who Coasters

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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21. Doctor Who Cookies

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Via: Tumblr

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22. The Pandorica Opens Cake and Cupcakes

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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23. 11th Doctor Cupcakes

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Via: We Heart It

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24. The Minions Have The TARDIS Cake

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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25. Doctor Who TARDIS Cupcake Toppers

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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26. TARDIS-tini

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Recipe: Doctor Who Cocktails

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27. Doctor Who TARDIS and Time Vortex Cupcakes

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Recipe: Global Geek News

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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29. Banana Art

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Via: Blogspot

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30. Doctor Who Chocolates

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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31. 10th Doctor Popcorn Holder

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Via: Flickr

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32. Doctor Who Etched Shot Glass

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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33. Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Jello

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Recipe: Bakingdom

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34. The Captain Jack

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Recipe: Doctor Who Cocktails

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35. “Too Perfect To Eat” Doctor Who Cookies

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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36. Dalek Oreo Cake Bites

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Via: Flickr

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37. Doctor Who TARDIS Coasters

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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38. Slitheen Eggs

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Recipe: Kitchen Overlord

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39. 10th Doctor Doctor Who Cookie Playset

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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40. Doctor Who Cookie Cutters

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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41. Doctor Who Party Drink List

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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42. Weeping Angel Cake

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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43. Doctor Who Ice Cube Tray

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Via: That’s Nerdalicious

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44. Clara’s Peach Lemonade

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Recipe: Doctor Who Cocktails

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45. Ood Rolls

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Recipe: Kitchen Overlord

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46. Dalek Cupcake Liners and Toppers

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Via: Tumblr

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47. The Red Jelly Baby

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Recipe: Doctor Who Cocktails

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48. Dalek and TARDIS Cake Pops

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Via: Perth Cake Pops

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49. Gingerbread Daleks

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Via: Vegansaurus

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50. The Rose Tyler

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Recipe: Doctor Who Cocktails

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You’re Pronouncing Sriracha Wrong, and 6 Other Things You Didn’t Know About Rooster Sauce

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For being the most popular hot sauce in the world, Sriracha is still a huge mystery. No one really knows where it came from (pho restaurants), no one really knows when it got here (1980s), no one even really knows the correct way to pronounce it (SIR-rotch-ah, not SREE-rotch-ah). Luckily, foodie trivia is interesting for some reason, and the folks at Thrillist decided to compile this list of things you probably didn’t know about Sriracha (but you know, probably actually did).

(Hint: one of them is “You can cook really good food with it.”)

Prepare to have your mind blown.

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1. It’s pronounced Sir-Rotch-Ah, not Sree-Rotch-Ah

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For those of you who didn’t read the intro. Yeah, you thought I wouldn’t notice, didn’t you?

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2. It’s less spicy than a jalapeno.

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Jalapenos rate between 2,500 and 5,000 Scovilles; Sriracha weighs in at a wee 2,200.

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3. The founder’s Chinese zodiac sign was a rooster.

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Thus the logo and our lovely “cock sauce” pseudonym.

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4. They make over a ton of the stuff every hour.

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So go ahead and drizzle half the bottle all over your microwave mac & cheese. There’s plenty more.

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5. They’re making a documentary about it.

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Thanks Kickstarter!

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6. You can buy the stuff direct and it’s really cheap that way.

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$7 for two bottles of sriracha, plus chili garlic paste, plus Sambal Oelek.

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7. Apparently you can make really good food with it, according to Thrillist.

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I know, crazy right? We had no idea.

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Check out six more facts at Thrillist.

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From Starbucks to Krispy Kreme: Where to Get Your Pumpkin Fix Right Now

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Say what you will about Halloween or Christmas, the best part about the end of the year is everything’s coming up pumpkin. In season from September through March, the ocherous gourd consummates beautifully with cinnamon and buttercream and graham cracker, enough so that most folks might even consider themselves addicted. Luckily, there is no shortage of restaurants and retailers proffering the autumnal treat, and, even luckier, most of them have it available for you right this second. So in case you haven’t already, feel free to stop by any of these fine establishments to get your pumpkin fix. Goodness knows you probably need it.

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McDonald’s

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Yes, not content to nab only the St. Paddy’s drink cultists, McDonald’s has introduced a new McCafé Pumpkin Spice Latte to tide everyone over until the return of the Shamrock Shake. Freshly brewed 100% Rainforest Alliance Certified espresso, steamed milk and pumpkin pie flavors make for a seasonal coffee possibly even more deliciously corporate than Starbucks.

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Starbucks

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Speaking of, you know it. You love it. You may have even used that awful “secret” code PSL10 to get yours a couple days early. Regardless, you know Starbucks will never let you down when it comes to the pumpkin latte department. Those flies in the pastry case? Entirely different story.

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Caribou

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Minnesota-based Caribou is bringing back its slightly dressier takes on liquid squash this year. In addition to its traditional Pumpkin Latte, it also has a Pumpkin White Chocolate Mocha, a Pumpkin Chai and Pumpkin Bread. Punkin’.

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Red Robin

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New to the chain’s fall/Oktoberfest themed menu this year is Red Robin’s Spiced Pumpkin Pie Shake, made with real Libby’s pumpkin pie filling, vanilla soft serve, nutmeg and graham cracker crumbs. For whenever you feel like sucking down that giant vegetable through a straw.

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Dunkin’ Donuts/Krispy Kreme

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Both alliterative donut chains are rolling out the pumpkin-flavored pastries, Dunkin’ with a Pumpkin Pie-flavored yeast donut frosted with white icing and sprinkled with graham crackers and Krispy with a Pumpkin Spice cake and new Pumpkin Cheesecake yeast donut. Dunkin’ also has a new Frozen Pumpkin Coffee in addition to its regular Pumpkin Muffin, Pumpkin White Chocolate and assorted Pumpkin coffees.

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Einstein Bros./Noah’s New York Bagels

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Lastly, the most extensive retail pumpkin line on this list. From Pumpkin Walnut Crunch bagels to pull-apart, pumpkin syrup, cinnamon streusel and cream-cheese icing-covered Pumpkin Bagel Clusters, to a Pumpkin White Chocolate Chip Cookie, to a Pumpkin Cream Cheese Shmear, Einstein’s got practically every oral-pumpkin-delivery vehicle you’d need. There’s also a Pumpkin Latte and a new Frozen Pumpkin Pie Drink and a Pumpkin Muffin, all available until mid-November, so you have a decent amount of time to try them.

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H/T + PicThx each respective brand

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Back to Basics: Snazz Up Your 4th of July with These Simple Recipe Tweaks

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Are you still waking up on Independence Morning, scrambling into your local Ralph’s and grabbing all the pre-made 7-Layer Dips and bacon-wrapped hot dogs you can find? You deserve better and luckily for you, whipping up a vastly improved 4th of July feast isn’t that hard to do. So leave your basic onions, mustards and ketchups at your college roommate’s house and try your hand at any of these gussied-up versions of some of your favorite barbecue staples, compiled by our friends at First We Feast. From chunky cilantro guacamole to spicy Sriracha shrimp skewers, good food doesn’t have to be complicated. It should, however, taste phenomenal.

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Rest Your Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog On a Bed of Bean Sprout Slaw

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A more Asian take on the infamous bacon-wrapped Tijuana “Danger Dogs,” all you need is to wash and season some bean sprouts and misc. veggies with salt, pepper, sugar and rice vinegar and then bury them beneath Sriracha mayo and a bacon wrapped dog. Thick-cut applewood is probably best, because moar bacon is always better.

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Use Mostly Solid Avocados In Your Guacamole

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Store-bought guac can be too bland and mushy, but this version uses only lightly-crushed avocados mixed with chopped cilantro and minced serrano or jalapeno chilies so you can really taste the dip.

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Drizzle Your Corn with Lime, Parmesan and Chili

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If you’ve never had Mexican corn, what have you been doing with your life. “Creamy, tangy, spicy and sweet all at once,” this roasted recipe will have you never eating regular old buttered corn again.

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Marinate Your Shrimp With Sriracha and Sugar

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Sriracha, olive oil, Worcestershire, sugar and cilantro caramelize over these grilled shrimps for the perfect finger food. Plus it’s shrimp season, so why go back to your typical chicken or beef?

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Ditch the Spaghetti and Meatballs For Penne and Herbs

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Finally, proof that pasta doesn’t need meat to be delicious. Just toss everything together for a cool upgrade to your aunt’s infamous “spaghetti.”

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Check out the rest of the list over at First We Feast!

Picthx FWF, Food 52

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23 Sparkling Pop Rocks Recipes to Liven Up Your Fourth of July

A recent story in Gizmodo detailed the strange origins of several popular American junk foods, including the happy accidents we now affectionately call Pop Rocks. Apparently in the ‘50s, famed food chemist William Mitchell had attempted to create a carbonated drink powder when some fell in his mouth and “exploded” upon meeting his saliva. Two decades and a bit of marketing wizardry later (since no one really knew how to sell “exploding candy” to kids), Pop Rocks finally hit the shelves in 1976 as a gag gift, paving the way for future generations to messily lick our sticky fizzing fingers and experience the visceral joy of feeling things go “pop” in our mouths. (Just take it from this baby.)

This Fourth of July, why not relive some of that childhood wonder you felt the first time you saw fireworks by whipping up one of these Pop Rocks-inspired recipes? Face it, Independence Day was so much more fun as a kid. Luckily Pop Rocks taste just like that.

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Layered Patriotic Punch

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Science says that liquids with higher sugar contents will sit beneath those with lower, so grab some diet Sierra Mist, low calorie Gatorade and Hawaiian Punch to whip up a batch of this refreshing spangly drink.

Recipe: Our Best Bites

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Mini-Strawberry Shortcake Poppers

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Bite sized snacks are the perfect party fodder to begin with, but with a special surprise twist, popping these in our mouths suddenly became a lot more fun.

Recipe: Snappy Gourmet

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Firecracker Bark

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For those who don’t remember, the blue raspberry flavored Pop Rocks were actually more of a green color, so this recipe calls for some dyeing, but don’t worry: the dye won’t make the rocks pop prematurely. At least not too much.

Recipe: Not Your Momma’s Cookie

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Acid Pops

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Inspired by Harry Potter, these sour, honey and Pop Rocks-coated lollipops are a definite surprise, but also won’t burn any holes in your tongue.

Recipe: A Pastry Affair

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Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade

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Most summer drinks can feel too sweet or flat, but after a healthy dose of club soda and pop rocks, you’ll never want to go back to boring old strawberry lemonade again.

Recipe: Gimme Some Oven

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Apple Crumble

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Another sweet staple transformed by mixing in strawberry Pop Rocks into the crunchy crumble topping.

Recipe: Raspberri Cupcakes

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Patriotic Strawberries

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Admittedly, the blue featured here is just regular old sprinkles, but several other recipes (with unfortunately less pretty pictures) swap out the sugar crystals with Pop Rocks.

Recipe: Our Best Bites

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Pop-Star Cookie Pops

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Get it? Puns aside, these adorable cookie pops are a lot simpler than they look. Just sandwich a bit of vanilla icing between two star cut-out sugar cookies and print out the label templates. Get on with your bad Pinterest-y self.

Recipe: The Decorated Cookie

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The Sparkler

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Blueberry vodka, grenadine and lemon lime soda make this bubbly grown-up drink perfect for entertaining.

Recipe: BB A La Carte

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Pop Rocks Brownie Bites

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This nifty hack pairs blue sprinkles with red Pop Rocks on top of store-bought miniature brownie bites. A quick fix and an easy way to give your kids (or yourself) something to do with your hands.

Recipe: Recipe Girl

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Chocolate Pop Rock Potato Chips

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Bear with us, this combination might sound crazy, but salt and chocolate are always good together and the pop from the candy just helps accentuate the crunch of the chips.

Recipe: Lisa Trifiro

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Strawberry Ice Cream with White Chocolate Coated Pop Rocks

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There’s little that doesn’t go with ice cream, so why not put Pop Rocks in it? More importantly, why haven’t you yet?

Recipe: Kitchn

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Exploding Banana Split Ice Cream

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Quite possibly the most exciting thing on this list, this recipe combines all the great flavors of banana splits, from the peanut flavored ice cream cone to the banana ice cream to the chocolate-covered pop rocks. BOOM.

Recipe: Breaking Bread Blog

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Chocolate Pop Rocks Rice Krispies Treats

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The thing about Rice Krispies treats is that they only really pop in milk, but with the help of some unflavored “Pastry Rocks”, you can have a popping party in your mouth any time. And you can do it sober.

Recipe: Cupcake Project

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Firecracker Cookies

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Lots of sugar here, but with a plainer cookie, the sweetness from the frosting and Pop Rocks won’t be too overbearing.

Recipe: Like Mother, Like Daughter

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Watermelon Poptini

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Summer’s heat and everyone’s dieting make watermelons the unequivocal queens of the season, so why not freshen up with some watermelon vodka?

Recipe: Snappy Gourmet

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Pop Rocks Truffles

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If you’re looking for something a little less fruity, Pop Rocks truffles are perfect — but be warned: This recipe is not for anyone who doesn’t like to smile. Once you take a bite, you can’t help it.

Recipe: Love and Olive Oil

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4th of July Ice Cream Sandwiches, Complete with Fireworks

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A quicker alternative could be just to coat your regular ice cream sandwiches with Pop Rocks, but where’s the fun (and the ‘MURICA) in that?

Recipe: Apollinas

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Champagne Jello Shots with Pop Rocks

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Another tricky sugar crystal – Pop Rocks substitute, but champagne jello shots are the perfect way to bring the festivity of the New Year into summer. Bubbles, bubbles everywhere!

Recipe: 3 City Girls NYC

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Pop Rocks Mousse

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Even though this looks a little too twee for our tastes, it was also way too cute for us not to include it. Mousse is made with white chocolate, sugar and egg whites. Bows and mason jars optional.

Recipe: 1 Fine Cookie

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Pop Rocks Ice Cream Float

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Are you a fan of simple desserts? Perfect, because all you need to do for this one is know how to pour. It’d be almost impossible to mess this one up, but we’d also love to see you try.

Recipe: Liv Life Too

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Firecracker Cakelettes

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Be careful doing this with kids because you wouldn’t want them confusing these cakelettes with the actual fireworks or vice versa. But if your drunken friends get a hold of them, you can’t say you didn’t warn them.

Recipe: She Knows

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Poppin’ Patriotic Marshmallow Pops

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“An edible fireworks show,” the only thing that would make this treat better would be melting it between two graham crackers and chocolate. Mmm, Pop Rocks s’mores.

Recipe: A Farmgirl’s Drabbles

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H/T Tasteologie, Tastespotting, Relish

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Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Ice Cream [INFOGRAPHICS]

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For being the go-to summertime treat, it’s a little odd to think about how very little we know about ice cream. Like, how much exercise does it take to burn off a single bowl of a bacon sundae? Or when exactly does “ice cream” stop being “ice cream” and become a “frozen dairy dessert”?

Check out the list of infographics below to learn everything you’ve ever wanted to know about ice cream – or at the very least, everything you’ve wanted to learn via infographic. We’ve got it all, from the local costs of a cone worldwide to the price breakdown of the most expensive treat at New York’s Serendipity 3. There’s even a chart on what flavor gelato you should try on your next trip to Rome, which I’m sure is bound to come in handy one of these days.

Or we could always just head to Portland, whose residents apparently eat more ice cream than any other U.S. city – though it’s probably just the melted stuff. (Ba-Dum-Tss)

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Global Annual Ice Cream Consumption Worldwide

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Ice Cream Currency Calculator

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The Most Expensive Ice Cream at Serendipity

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Stuff You Didn’t Know About Ice Cream

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What’s In That Ice Cream?

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Burn Off That Bacon Sundae

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Understanding Artisan Gelato

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How Healthy Is Your Ice Cream?

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Follow The Path to What Gelato Flavor Suits You Today

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What Your Favorite Ice Cream Says About You?

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All infographics courtesy Visual.ly