Get Grilling: A History of the Hamburger in Three Stops

From a graffiti-covered shoe box of a restaurant to a cultural icon to trendy lunch spot, the classic American hamburger gets around. Since the backyard grilling season is about to commence, what better time to explore the history & evolution of the burger—and to take future inspiration for your summer grilling menu—than from these three iconic burger destinations across the country.

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Luxury Mexico Over The Water Bungalows

Adios Bora Bora. Authentic Luxury Over-The-Sea Bungalows Finally Come To Mexico

Over-the-water bungalows (a.k.a. palafitos) have been around since the Bronze Age. But they were designed to elevate their inhabitants from rats. Today they are on every luxury traveler’s bucketlist planning a vacation in Bora Bora or Tahiti. Glass aquarium floors and direct ladder access to the water are just a few of the perks. Luckily for everyone who doesn’t have the budget or time to fly to French Polynesia they have finally landed in Mexico’s Riviera Maya.

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3 Historic Gilded-Age Estates For Sale In The Midwest

Discovering Gilded-age beauties in unexpected locations is a passion for us at Find Everything Historic. Who doesn’t love the element of surprise when it comes to historic real estate? We’ve rounded up three historic mansions located in the Midwest currently on the market that are steeped in American history and dripping with eye-popping details. Black tie waltz anyone?

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A Classic Maryland Crab Soup Recipe by Chef Jordan Lloyd

Using local, seasonal ingredients not only helps sustain the economic viability of a community, but ensures your culinary creations are the freshest that they can be. Alice and Chef Jordan Lloyd, owners of the Bartlett Pear Inn in Easton, Maryland live by this very ethos and shared their favorite recipe for Maryland Crab Soup-an Chesapeake Bay classic. Now anyone regardless of where you live can enjoy a little Eastern Shore flavor. Bon Appetit.

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A Park City Gut Renovation Leads To An Historic Discovery

The restoration of historic properties is often not for the faint at heart. You never know what you might find when you open up the walls. Located in Park City, Utah, this former miner’s cabin has been completely transformed into the epitome of modern high end luxury both on the interior and exterior. The best part of this renovation story however, is what the owner/developer found in the walls.

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Friday Top 5: Classic Spas For Valentine’s (Or Anytime)

Spa rituals date back centuries in many cultures including the Romans, the Mayans and many others. Since nothing says historic luxury more then taking your significant other away to decompress and show your appreciation we rounded up five of the world’s top spas where you can relax and rekindle the passion for one another for Valentine’s Day-or any other time.

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Viyet’s Emily Everhart Reveals the Secrets to Consigning Vintage Pieces (and More)

Whether you’re furnishing your new place or trying to downsize, consignment is a godsend for finding (or selling) antiques, vintage, and new pieces. We chatted with Emily Everhart, Chief Curator for, the e-commerce marketplace for expertly curated, incredibly-designed furniture and accessories from every era, about everything from getting the best price to the most in-demand periods for vintage items.

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