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6 Tricks for Avoiding an NYE Hangover
After thousands of years of getting wasted, humans still aren't sure exactly what causes hangovers. The best, most scientifically sound guess is that it's some combination of dehydration, the chemicals left behind when your body metabolizes alcohol, and plain-old divine punishment. In any case, not knowing the exact cause makes finding a "cure" difficult. Read More: Popular Science
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How to Make an Epic Charcuterie Board for New Year's Eve
Whether you're looking at a traditional platter of cheese and meat, a sweet version, or even a reimagined gingerbread house, they're the perfect appetizer, especially as the pandemic downsizes celebrations and gatherings. Read More: Today
A Chronological List Of 2020’s Most Unforgettable Food Trends
This year has been... confusing. It’s moved along as quickly as it has slowly. It’s been unpredictably dynamic, even as we sit feeling stagnant on our couches. It’s been divisive and unifying, in turns and simultaneously. And through it all ― the tumult, the boredom, the stress, and the uncertainty ― one thing has consistently provided us joy in 2020: food. Read More: Huffington Post