Living in New York, I’m lousy with excellent pizza. A well-blistered, mozzarella-blanketed slice is never more than a 10-minute stroll away, and even a bottom-of-the-oven NYC pizza still trumps the trio of dismal options available to me while growing up in the Midwest: greasy deep-dish Pizza Hut, puffy Papa John’s or Little Caesar’s, a pizza so subpar you received...
That chili is no Sunday gravy. Still good though.
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And it might just involve power tools
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photo: benimoto on Flickr
Sometimes a 59-cent hamburger is all that matters
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You’ve heard the term. But really, you can do it.
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