You Can Eat the Apple Core, Really + the Best Burger Buns of 2013

Apples

The Atlantic: Rethink throwing away the core of your next apple. News is that it's perfectly fine to eat.

The Salt: Not just for brewing that morning cup of joe anymore, you can steam, poach and grill with your coffeemaker. A retired photographer in Oregon creates and sends recipes for home-cooked coffeemaker meals to her nephew deployed in Afghanistan.

BurgerBusiness: For burger enthusiasts, 2013 was the year of the bun. Here's a recap of this year's craziest trends, including the infamous ramen burger.

Slate: Is Nebraska the new foodie destination? For a truly authentic farm-to-table experience, the Cornhusker State may be the next spot to check out.

Eatocracy: Find out why you shouldn’t panic about the Butterball shortage.

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