9 Best Chia Seed Dishes

Have you heard of chia? (No – not the green pet.) Chia plants are grown to produce their seeds that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, have tons of fiber and protein. Because of the amazing health benefits to eating chia, the seed is skyrocketing in popularity. So (and yes, some of them are on. . .

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We’ve Mapped Yer Meltin’ Pot

After a night of dunking solid cheese into liquid cheese at The Melting Pot muddied our data scientist’s understanding of the term “melting pot,” they decided reclaim the true meaning of the term in the only way that made sense to our business model: by digging through America’s rich culinary diversity.

The end result? An interactive map, based on our order data, that tracks both the demand for and availability of ethnic eats across America. Go forth and learn. And then discuss with your friends. Ideally over fondue.

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Seamless Summer Camp Is Here!

Win $20K in prizes at Seamless Summer Camp! This one time at Seamless Summer Camp, you won a trip to Aruba worth $7,000 bucks! That’s right, campers. Enter the Seamless Summer Camp Sweeps on Facebook for your chance to win $20,000 worth of sweet prizes including a month of rent, beach bod swag and $1000. . .

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French Fry Porn for National French Fry Day

You know it’s going to be a great day when you wake up and your calendar alerts you that today is National French Fry Day. Well, ladies and gentlemen, that day is today. To indulge, scroll down for some serious French Fry Porn: Blue Cheese Fries from Whitman’s in Manhattan Perfectly cut fries from Rosamunde Sausage. . .

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Do Restaurants Discriminate Against the Single?

Guest Post by Aly Walansky I’ve reached THAT age. You know, it’s the age when your Facebook newsfeed is littered no longer with body shot photos (the good old days!) but babies and engagement rings. As you reach (and, fine!) surpass 30 as a single person, it seems harder and harder to not feel like you. . .

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