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7 Recipes to Celebrate International Waffle Day That Will Get Anyone out of Bed

If there is one food around that most of us can support having a food holiday for, it’s probably waffles. One of the most pleasing and glorious foods out there, I think I’d even support having a monthly food holiday celebrating them. This could totally work because not only can waffles be enjoyed as is […]

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7 Recipes to Celebrate National Cereal Day That Break the Breakfast Mold

National Cereal Day is tomorrow! In an era of everyday-is-a-new-national-day, I think that cereal is actually something worthy of a full day of celebration. It’s not just for breakfast or an afternoon — or late night — snack, there are so many ways that it can be worked into recipes. Not only that but the […]

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7 Quick and Easy Pasta Recipes for Busy Weeknights

There’s not really a more crowd pleasing dinner option around than pasta. I mean, who doesn’t love a bowl of pasta? It’s so comforting and adaptable that it makes it easy to work with even for the pickiest eaters — there’s sure to be a recipe out there for everyone. Pasta dishes often fall into […]

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7 Quick and Decadent Chocolate Desserts That Will Have You at ‘Hello’

There are times where you just need chocolate immediately. With tomorrow being Valentine’s Day, perhaps the craving is due to the aggressive marketing that surrounds us everywhere we go. Or maybe intense chocolate cravings like this are normal occurrences in your life, slogans and images or not. I tend to fall into the later category […]

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5 Recipes to Celebrate National Pizza Day

Today is National Pizza Day, which is quite possibly the best food holiday all year. Pizza is the perfect food for every occasion – cold pizza for breakfast, fancy pizza for dinner, delivery to a party, and so on. Some of my favorite childhood food memories are of pizza days at school, and even into […]

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Travel Guide: 24 Hours in South Bend

While it’s recommended you spend a lengthy amount of time in this charming Midwestern city, we share popular ideas to check out when you’ve got just 24 hours to spare South Bend, Indiana.

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How New Years Resolutions Benefited Me So Far in 2017

New Years resolutions have always been easier said than done for me. Every year I decide certain things I want to do (or not do) to better myself, but I usually end up giving up or forgetting sometime around mid-January. For 2017, I initially decided against setting any kind of resolutions that I would force […]

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6 Delicious Immune Boosting Foods You Must Eat This Winter

It seems somewhat counter-intuitive to think about fresh food that might be available during the winter, since the outdoors look little more than a dead zone. But there are a fair amount of foods that can withstand the cold and continue to grow during these months. Sure, there might be fewer in-season foods in winter […]

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7 Easy Breakfast Recipes to Start the New Year

Parents always tell you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but when you have the option of sleeping in for a few more minutes or quickly stuffing food in your face, breakfast tends to be overlooked. Eating breakfast, even if it’s something small, can give a much needed energy boost in […]

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7 Recipes and Kitchen Goals You Definitely Need to Master This Year

A new year brings a clean slate, a time to reflect on what you did (or didn’t) get done in the past, and what you hope to do in the future. If you’re into food and want to expand your culinary horizons, now is a great time to set some goals for yourself to reach […]

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Bar Guide: South Bend, Indiana

South Bend is the type of Midwestern city that has something for everyone. Whether you’re all dressed up or aiming for something more casual, this northern Indiana city’s growing nightlife has it all. You might not think it, but it’s definitely one that’s been thriving in recent years. In addition to being a growing metropolitan city rich […]

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Holiday Reading Roundup

On behalf of our staff at The Hudsucker, we wish you and your families the very best this season as you celebrate the holidays with your loved ones! May your winter sparkle with love and deliver an abundance of happiness and good cheer your way, and shine with moments of love, laughter and goodwill!

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7 Extravagant Holiday Desserts to Try This Season

Holidays are the time of year to take extra time to do things we might not get a chance to do during the busy year. This could be spending extra time with family, with friends, or spending a little extra time in the kitchen making things you wouldn’t the rest of the year. Despite my […]

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7 Tasty Hot Chocolate Recipes to Warm You Up

A go-to hot drink to enjoy in the Winter time, especially for non-coffee drinkers, hot chocolate is enjoyed year round but is especially coveted as temperatures drop further down the thermometer. It’s a quick way to get some heat into your body and, let’s just be honest: it’s extremely delicious. You’re basically drinking a socially […]

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5 Recipes for Using up Leftover Candy Canes

‘Tis the season for candies and sweets, and one of the most prominent this time of year is candy canes. Though peppermint is the traditional flavor, these days candy canes come in almost every flavor imaginable. But what about leftover candy canes? If left too long they can get sticky and melt, but throwing them […]

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