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Where You’ll Want to Eat Near the Lincoln Memorial in DC

Found on the east side of the nation’s capital, Penn Quarter has become a bustling and exciting area of Washington DC where both tourists and locals gather for arts, entertainment, sports and history. A stroll through its streets will lead you past lots of historical sites, including the J. Edgar Hoover Building, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, National Portrait Gallery and the National Mall.

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15 Beach-Ready Cocktails for Steamy Summer Days

Drink in these beautiful summer days with a refreshing cocktail in hand. There’s no better way to soak up the sun than with your feet up and some tasty beach drinks to cool you down. Even if you can’t jetset off to Jamaica or boat over to the Bahamas, you can spend the day living like you have. Beat the heat with a blended margarita or kick back with a coconut and a straw. 

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28 Dishes That are Eggs-actly What We’re Craving

Once a breakfast-only tradition, eggs have made their way into every meal of the day and we couldn’t be more egg-cited. Wake up to lots of egg styles — like scrambled, fried or sunny side — take a mid-day break for deviled eggs, try a refreshing tuna tartare with an egg plopped on top, stir one into a hearty bowl of pasta or whip them into a delicious sauce to pour all over the perfect entree.

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Summertime Staple: 5 Fresh Ways to Enjoy Corn

Can’t keep your hands off corn? We get it. It’s even harder to pick a favorite way to eat it — grilled, popped, baked or boiled. How is it possible we’ve discovered so many amazing ways to enjoy this bright yellow veggie? We’ve had 10,000 years to tinker with new corn dishes since the indigenous people of Mexico first domesticated maize, more commonly known as corn.

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4 Reasons to Get Caught With Your Hand in the Pickle Jar

It’s hard to imagine life without pickles — those crunchy delights straight out of the jar, the tangy, sweet surprises tucked into a burger, or the sliced spears served fresh, ready for the tasting on the side of your plate. When we hear the word “pickle” we tend to think of the classic cucumber variety (which goes by “gherkin” if you’re passing through the UK or Ireland), but there are plenty of other pickled foods, like vegetables, fruits and even meats, that can make the transformation, too.