When I heard Monday that Domino’s had launched a line of fried chicken bites covered in cheese and pizza toppings, there was only one logical thing to do: Order all four flavors from my local New York Domino’s and get the verdict from my pizza-delivery-loving mid-60s parents, who happen to be in town from Wisconsin for the week.
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Lisa Lillien is the author of the popular Hungry Girl website and email newsletter, featuring smart, funny advice on guilt-free eating. She is also the author of eight Hungry Girl cookbooks, five of which debuted at number one on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Read her PEOPLE.com blog every Monday for slimmed-down celebrity recipes and more.
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He might be known for his fancy food and Oscar parties, but Wolfgang Puck has some advice for all of us on portion control: “You only should eat as much so you can go home, make love and not fall asleep,” he tells PEOPLE in an exclusive interview.
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It’s like Chekhov always said: Never make a joke about giving pizza to celebrities in the first act if you’re not going to actually give the celebrities pizza in the third act.
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They say you can’t reinvent the wheel.
That is, unless you’re Grant Achatz, the visionary chef behind Chicago’s Alinea and The Aviary restaurants. In the February issue of Food & Wine, Achatz — a member of the magazine’s new Chefs-in-Residence program — takes traditional doughy pizza and turns it on its head in an avant-garde Japanese version with a crust of cooked sushi rice.
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We know how hard it is to get our kids to eat enough fruits and vegetables every day. (Shoot, it’s down-right impossible to get some adults to eat them, too.)
Any way you slice it, Jon Stewart is one crusty comedian.
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Has Alton Brown invented the world’s largest pizza oven?