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The heir to Italy’s former throne is opening a pasta truck in LA

The heir to Italy’s former throne is opening a pasta truck in LA Emanuele Filiberto, the only remaining heir to Italy's throne, just opened a food truck in downtown Los Angeles in collaboration with chef Mirko Paderno.Fittingly, it's called Prince of Venice — which is not Filiberto's official title, but a fun name for a food truck nonetheless.

Meaty popsicles hit the dessert scene

Meaty popsicles hit the dessert scene Leave the push pops and Creamsicles to the kids because the "it"popsicle of 2016 is made out of meat.Springbone Kitchen in New York City takes the bone broth craze of 2015 to new icy depths with its frozen bone broth pops.

We try out the latest McDonald's Happy Meal toy: a wearable

We try out the latest McDonald's Happy Meal toy: a wearable In the latest version of the classic Happy Meal, the food chain is replacing the usual toy treat with something far more useful: a pedometer.The piece of wearable tech is designed to encourage those eating McDonald's Happy Meals (which includes adults as well as children) to be more active.

100 years of wedding cakes will make you wish you were getting married tomorrow

100 years of wedding cakes will make you wish you were getting married tomorrow Looking for some vintage inspiration for your wedding?Feeling nostalgic for romance that predates Tinder?

Save An Extra 20% On Pepsi's Pretentious-But-Delicious 1893 Colas

Save An Extra 20% On Pepsi's Pretentious-But-Delicious 1893 Colas Despite the hipsterbait branding, Pepsi’s 1893 cola is actually really good, and Amazon will sell you a 12-pack for $14 (regular) or $12 (ginger) when you use Subscribe & Save and clip the 20% coupon on the page.Sip slow, and savor it.

Scientists figure out how to tweak plant genomes to boost photosynthesis

Scientists figure out how to tweak plant genomes to boost photosynthesis Ample sunlight is good…except when there’s too much of it, which can cause damage to the plant’s cells.As the sun moves across the sky, changes in light can leave many leaves in the shade with a depressed rate of photosynthesis.