Go to Pops on classic Route 66 to find soda flavors like buffalo wing, sweet corn, coffee, and maple bacon.
Chocolate-sprinkle donuts the size of my head? Yes, please!
Pepsi was invented in a small former pharmacy in New Bern, North Carolina that now houses a Pepsi gift shop.
At the World of Coca Cola in Atlanta, you can taste 60 exotic flavors from around the globe.
From deep dish to donuts to ethnic restaurants, a look at the Windy City’s tastiest and most famous food.
A surprise Garden Tour of the White House allowed me to see Bo the First Dog and presidential veggie garden.
At the Ocean Beach Pier Cafe, you can eat a meal hundreds of feet out into the Pacific Ocean.
Cheesie’s in Chicago is a restaurant that serves up nothing but grilled cheese sandwiches.
Cheese-Ology is a quirky restaurant in St. Louis that only serves mac & cheese.
It’s not that hard to eat affordable and healthy food on the road.
Welcome to the Wieners Circle in Chicago, where the staff verbally abuses the customers, and vice versa.
The place to stuff your face at Rutgers is the collection of campus grease trucks that serve Fat Sandwiches.
Imagine my surprise when I was driving in Ridley Park, Pennsylvania and saw a sign advertising 125 flavors of soft serve! It was my nirvana.