YouTuber honestly reviews IHOP’s overhyped burgers

YouTuber honestly reviews IHOP’s overhyped burgers

Last week, IHOP attempted to pull off some viral marketing when it announced it was changing its name to IHOb, and the “b” stood for burgers. Now, we see if those burgers hold up to the hype.  The internet felt duped when the “b” was announced — though they should have seen this coming a mile awayMemes were made and other fast food enterprises trolled the crap out of the breakfast chain.  YouTuber The Report of The Week, aka Reviewbrah, whose specialty is reviewing bad fast food in a suit…

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VCs serve up a large helping of cash to startups disrupting food

VCs serve up a large helping of cash to startups disrupting food

Joanna Glasner Contributor More posts by this contributor Scaling startups are setting up secondary hubs in these cities Here is where CEOs of heavily funded startups went to school Here is what your daily menu might look like if recently funded startups have their way. You’ll start the day with a nice, lightly caffeinated cup of cheese tea. Chase away your hangover with a cold bottle of liver-boosting supplement. Then slice up a few strawberries, fresh-picked from the corner shipping container. Lunch is full of options. Perhaps a tuna sandwich made with a plant-based, tuna-free…

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Meal Plan for June Week 3

Meal Plan for June Week 3

This month, we welcome back Marta Rivera for more of her meal plans. Marta is a trained chef, mom of twins, and Army wife – and she is also one of our Simply Recipes recipe testers! Mid-June in Central Texas brings a whole new meaning to “The Dog Days of Summer.” It is HOT, y’all! Because of that, I’m looking to create meals that require little to no heat in the kitchen, those that will cool me down, and others that I can set and forget. I’m so glad for sweet tea…

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Not even Honey Smacks are safe from the salmonella outbreak

Not even Honey Smacks are safe from the salmonella outbreak

Put the bowl down, leave the milk in the fridge, and slowly back away from that box of Honey Smacks. The Kellogg’s cereal is just the latest of foods linked to a major salmonella outbreak that’s spread, according to the FDA, “across more than 30 states.” SEE ALSO: Doctors find virus in a pond, use it to destroy antibiotic-resistant bacteria in man’s heart On Thursday, Kellogg’s announced that Honey Smacks cereal boxes labeled with a “use by” date between June 14, 2018 and June 14, 2019 are included in the…

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Not even Honey Smacks are safe from the salmonella outbreak

Not even Honey Smacks are safe from the salmonella outbreak

Put the bowl down, leave the milk in the fridge, and slowly back away from that box of Honey Smacks. The Kellogg’s cereal is just the latest of foods linked to a major salmonella outbreak that’s spread, according to the FDA, “across more than 30 states.” SEE ALSO: Doctors find virus in a pond, use it to destroy antibiotic-resistant bacteria in man’s heart On Thursday, Kellogg’s announced that Honey Smacks cereal boxes labeled with a “use by” date between June 14, 2018 and June 14, 2019 are included in the…

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4 Recipes that Prove Why Wild Alaska Seafood is a Great Choice

4 Recipes that Prove Why Wild Alaska Seafood is a Great Choice

This content was produced in partnership with the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, a public/private partnership between the state of Alaska and the Alaska seafood industry to promote its wild, natural, and sustainable seafood. Show of hands: How many of you have stood in front of the fish case, gazing back and forth between your choices and had absolutely no idea what to buy? We don’t mean just choosing between salmon or halibut for dinner, but what is truly the best choice? Wild-caught or farmed? Pacific or Atlantic fish? Is this…

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Why your brain really craves french fries and donuts in particular

Why your brain really craves french fries and donuts in particular

Obviously, you’re going to crave french fries and donuts over healthier food options.  But why is it that we sometimes really, really yearn for these two foods in particular over others that aren’t so good for us, like candy or cheese? Well, you can probably blame your brain. SEE ALSO: Costco food court items, ranked A study published in Cell Metabolism found that foods combining both fat and carbohydrates are valued higher by our brain’s reward system, as opposed to foods containing one energy source. A group of 206 adults…

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What’s in Season in June?

What’s in Season in June?

Hello June and welcome to month 6 of our Monthly Produce Guide! With June comes the tail end of spring and the the start of the glorious bountiful summer produce season. What a month for fruit! Strawberries starting coming in a month ago, and now they are joined by cherries, apricots, and blueberries. It’s the season for tropical fruit as well—pineapples, mangoes, and papaya. For veggies, we may still find remnants of spring—local asparagus, morels, favas, and sweet peas. The first zucchini of the season arrive, as well as cucumbers, peppers, and…

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