Thrills is a Canadian brand of chewing gum. It was originally produced by the O-Pee-Chee company of London, Ontario, Canada which was subsequently bought by Nestle in the late 1980s. It is well known for its purple colour and its distinctive floral rosewater flavour. Comparisons of its flavour to soap are so prevalent that recent packaging states "IT STILL TASTES LIKE SOAP!"

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  • The Chesapeake Bay is home to over a third of all blue crabs harvested in the entire country, and no offense to Virginia, but it’s Maryland that lives Chesapeake blue crab to the fullest. They love it hard shell, soft shell, and pretty much every way in between. After being pushed to the brink of extinction a few decades ago, Maryland’s favorite crustacean is thriving on the bay once again thanks ...

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  • We're thrilled to introduce our brand-new weekly series SnackTalk. Host Justin Warner -- chef, author, winner of Food Network Star, and Five Guys secret menu creator -- and celebrity guests will take the audience deeper than ever possibly imagined into the world of the snacks we love, and hate, and sometimes can’t quite agree on. Huge questions will be posed. Questions like: What comes out on top ...

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  • People are shocked to hear that Rochester, a one-time boomtown on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, is actually the third-biggest city in the Empire State. It might not have New York City’s international cachet, or Buffalo’s diehard sports traditions, but Rochester has something arguably even better: the garbage plate. It’s a glorious, 3000-calorie gutbuster of greasy lunch counter staples, fr...

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  • Thrillist is delighted to bring you the second season of Food/Groups, a web series based on the deep, delicious relationships between different communities, and the cuisines by which they define themselves. Tune in every Monday for new episodes! Watch More — This Cozy NYC Fishing Town is a Seafood Mecca — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40G5J... Subscribe to Thrillist https://www.youtube.com/cha...

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  • People all over the world have been dry-aging meat for centuries, but few places take the practice as seriously as they do in New York City. From the gluttonous early days of its beefsteak tradition, to its power-lunching steakhouse heyday, to its contemporary roster of Restaurants That Take Meat Seriously™️, Gotham has always demanded two things of its steaks: thick cuts, and the nutty flavors of...

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  • The words "kosher pizza" may not make sense together most places, but they do in Midwood, Brooklyn, home to one of NYC's -- and therefore, the United States' -- biggest Orthodox Jewish communities. Here, neighborhood fixture Pizza Time has been slinging kosher pies to Midwood's devout Jews for over two decades. The shop is just a block west of the nationally acclaimed, not-kosher Di Fara, but amo...

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  • Ten miles east of New York City's "original" Chinatown in Downtown Manhattan lies one of the fastest-growing Asian-American neighborhoods in the country: Flushing, Queens. Mandarin-speaking Chinese immigrants dominate the scene here on the outskirts of this outer borough, so it's become a must-hit food mecca for less-touristy tastes of Chinese-American staples. Take dumplings. Flushing has some o...

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  • It's widely known as K-Town, but only a fraction of New York City's 100,000+ ethnic Koreans actually live on the stretch of Manhattan's West 32nd St named "Korea Way." Most Korean New Yorkers -- as many as two-thirds of the them, actually -- live in Queens neighborhoods like Bayside, Flushing, and College Point. Still, to residents and visitors alike, this single city block in Midtown is a shining...

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  • Thrillist is delighted to bring you Food/Groups, a brand-new web series based on the deep, delicious relationships between different communities, and the cuisines by which they define themselves. Tune in every Monday morning at 7am ET for new episodes! When it comes to food, New Yorkers like to claim responsibility for EVERYTHING: hot dogs, pizza, steak... whatever. Name a type of food, and someo...

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  • Malt liquor has never captured even a 5% volume share of the US beer market. In the urban, poor, and black communities, however, its presence was huge. In the early ’90s, African-American drinkers composed around 12% of the country's population, according to census data, but they drank around 28% of the country's malt liquor. And hip-hop was a big part of the marketing strategy -- dozens of major ...

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  • We’re wrapped on Season 1 of Food/Groups! Take a look back at the food we ate and the people we met over the course of our first season -- plus a near-disaster the crew had while shooting with their GoPro. Watch more — How Maine Lobster Rolls — https://youtu.be/EZiR6zRsgac?list=PLH6iYAJIYyN-iaRz6XhaefsNiDNDHQbKt Music credits: "Burnout" by Steven Devilliers 00:00 "Vox Arpeggio" by Conor O'Bri...

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  • Nothing says summer in New England quite like a lobster roll. And with all due respect to Connecticut’s warm & buttered approach, Maine’s version of the iconic seafood sandwich (toasted bun, cold lobster, tossed with mayo) is, well, iconic. That’s because lobster is basically synonymous with Maine. More homarus americanus are caught in the state than anywhere else in the country, and it defines ...

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  • New Jersey is hard to love. It’s a land of endless debate: diner vs. diner, Giants vs. Eagles, Springsteen vs. Bon Jovi, North vs. South vs. Central... on and on. But there IS one thing that binds the Garden State together: pork roll.  Pork roll is the unofficial -- but indisputable -- state meat of New Jersey. Even though everyone in North Jersey calls it Taylor ham, pretty much the entire state...

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  • New York has almost 130 miles of coastline, and pretty much all of it is found on Long Island, a hulking spine of glacial moraines that stretches from Brooklyn & Queens all the way east to Montauk. And from one end of this enigmatic isle to the other, a single type of shell-encased coastal inhabitant has fueled a century of industry, innovation, and culinary tradition here: Long Island oysters.  ...

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  • People all over the world have been dry-aging meat for centuries, but few places take the practice as seriously as they do in New York City. From the gluttonous early days of its beefsteak tradition, to its power-lunching steakhouse heyday, to its contemporary roster of Restaurants That Take Meat Seriously™️, Gotham has always demanded two things of its steaks: thick cuts, and the nutty flavors of...

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  • Since its earliest days, New York City has had a special relationship with the water, amassing great wealth as a major port, and drawing its cultural identity, in no small part, from the waves of immigrants that arrived by boat on its shores. But while most of NYC has given up its seafaring ways, the city's maritime heritage is still alive and well on City Island. With its quiet streets, plentif...

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  • New York City is hardly a remote surfing hamlet, but it is home to one: the Rockaways, a peninsula of beachfront neighborhoods where Atlantic waves meet the shockingly beautiful shores of residential Queens. Out here at the end of the A line, a cohort of year-round surfers live, work, and play. Just like the other 8.5mil people who call NYC home, they like to eat -- and well. In this episode of ...

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  • The words "kosher pizza" may not make sense together most places, but they do in Midwood, Brooklyn, home to one of NYC's -- and therefore, the United States' -- biggest Orthodox Jewish communities. Here, neighborhood fixture Pizza Time has been slinging kosher pies to Midwood's devout Jews for over two decades. The shop is just a block west of the nationally acclaimed, not-kosher Di Fara, but amo...

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  • Ten miles east of New York City's "original" Chinatown in Downtown Manhattan lies one of the fastest-growing Asian-American neighborhoods in the country: Flushing, Queens. Mandarin-speaking Chinese immigrants dominate the scene here on the outskirts of this outer borough, so it's become a must-hit food mecca for less-touristy tastes of Chinese-American staples. Take dumplings. Flushing has some o...

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  • When it comes to food, New Yorkers like to claim responsibility for EVERYTHING: hot dogs, pizza, steak... whatever. Name a type of food, and someone from New York City will belligerently insist it was invented here. Like bagels, for example. Watch More — The Best Comfort Food in Koreatown NYC — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVWDeBGlTyA Subscribe to Thrillist https://www.youtube.com/channel/U...

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  • Ever wonder what happens after you check your luggage? We've got the answer! Watch More — The Best Comfort Food in Koreatown NYC — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVWDeBGlTyA Subscribe to Thrillist https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC59s1J7c7zreuvnvLUQ0Xg?sub_confirmation=1 Check out our website for more food, drink, travel and entertainment. https://www.thrillist.com Like us on Facebook http...

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  • It's widely known as K-Town, but only a fraction of New York City's 100,000+ ethnic Koreans actually live on the stretch of Manhattan's West 32nd St named "Korea Way." Most Korean New Yorkers -- as many as two-thirds of the them, actually -- live in Queens neighborhoods like Bayside, Flushing, and College Point. Still, to residents and visitors alike, this single city block in Midtown is a shining...

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  • Thrillist is delighted to bring you Food/Groups, a brand-new web series based on the deep, delicious relationships between different communities, and the cuisines by which they define themselves. Tune in every Monday morning at 7am ET for new episodes! Subscribe to Thrillist https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC59s1J7c7zreuvnvLUQ0Xg?sub_confirmation=1 Check out our website for more food, drink, tr...

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  • Since opening earlier this year, the massive Union Square gastrohall has been making croissants in traditional cake flavors (red velvet, birthday cake) and stuffing them with with custard. The red velvet in particular is made with cream cheese custard and topped with red velvet icing and cake crumbles. It's not exactly the cleanest thing to consume while rushing into the office, but if you're crav...

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  • Sure, both poke and Cheeto-crusted food have emerged as major food trends in LA this year, but it takes a brave restaurant to look at those two apparently disparate trends and think, "Man, it's time to put poke and Cheetos together at last!" Thankfully (?!?!?) that very restaurant exists in Riverside: the Low-Key Poke Joint, which is now serving its Frankenfood masterpiece, a sushi burrito wrappe...

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  • One NYC restaurant has followed the modern Thanksgiving tradition of stuffing foods inside other foods (à la the Turducken), by introducing an extremely over-the-top dessert-within-a-dessert, aptly named the PieCaken. Subscribe to THRILLIST https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC59... Check out our website for more food, drink, travel and entertainment. https://www.thrillist.com Like us on Facebook...

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  • The capital city of the Gansu province, Lanzhou is also home to one of China’s significant populations of Hui Muslims, whose rich history influences an array of food specialties unique to the region -- the most celebrated of which is beef lamian, or hand-pulled stewed beef noodles. Halal beef is stewed in a clear broth, highlighting the robust flavor of the meat. Fresh cilantro, scallions, chili o...

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  • "The Flamin' Hot Doughnut Grilled Cheese" is being served for a limited time at New York's Clinton Hall. It's a habanero glazed bacon donut, sliced in half, filled with mozzarella, and hung over a bowl of tomato soup. Subscribe to THRILLIST https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC59s1J7c7zreuvnvLUQ0Xg?sub_confirmation=1 Check out our website for more food, drink, travel and entertainment. https://www...

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