DiGiorno-Little Caesars Mystery Left Twitter Angry and Confused

A viral tweet sparked an investigation over the weekend into whether a Little Caesars location might be trading out its ridiculously cheap Hot-N-Readys for frozen DiGiorno pizzas. The tweet surfaced on Saturday with the caption “this can’t be happening right in front of me,” and featured a video of a Little Caesars restaurant and a […]

Instant Pot Chicken Tikka Masala (Dairy-free)

The following guest post is by Megan Gilmore, a certified nutritionist consultant (CNC) and the creator of Detoxinista.com. As a self-proclaimed “lazy cook,” Megan shares quick recipes using easy-to-find real food ingredients to help naturally support your body. For fast weeknight meals, check out her latest book, The Fresh & Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook. This Instant […]

Pret a Manger Says Customer Died After Eating Mislabeled Food

Plus, an examination of how a Trump supporter and hater coexist at a small-town restaurant, and more food news British-based international sandwich chain Pret a Manger is facing a crisis due to mislabeled menu items. A customer with a severe dairy allergy died in December 2017 after eating a sandwich that was marked as dairy-free, […]

Curried Red Lentil Dip Recipe

You know how much I love chickpeas, and you know how much I love hummus, but today I’m going out of my chickpea comfort zone with this red lentil hummus-like dip. It’s creamy, it’s tangy, and it’s nicely spiced with turmeric and other curry-type spices, because sometimes you run out of chickpeas but you still […]

Acesulfame Potassium. Your Sweet Ace in the Hole?

by John Moody Published: October 08, 2018 Affiliate linksHealthy Living Acesulfame potassium or Ace K for short is a very popular sugar substitute in the European Union. It is starting to catch on in the United States as well. This is concerning because most Americans don’t know much about it yet, but the name itself […]

Oktoberfest’s Beer-Soaked History, Explained – Eater

Each year, the start of fall signals it’s almost time for Oktoberfest. With roots in Germany, the annual celebration calls to mind beer steins, lederhosen, and pretzels, but with a history that goes back more than 200 years, the story of Oktoberfest is deeper than that stereotypical image. Oktoberfest now inspires celebrations heavy on the […]

MEAL PLAN WEEK 30 – Cafe Delites

MEAL PLAN WEEK 30 is here! A recipe for everyone! A deliciously easy Chicken Noodle Soup, Garlic Meatballs in a rich tomato sauce, Salmon Piccata PLUS Sweet and Sour Pork. Throw in a Cheesy Balsamic Baked Chicken, Creamy Garlic Shrimp and a Beef Stew. AND…an irresistible Pumpkin Cheesecake with a Oreo chocolate base! 7 nights of […]

Parts Unknown Season 12, Episode 3: ‘Indonesia’ Recap

On this week’s episode of Parts Unknown, the third of the show’s 12th and final season, late host Anthony Bourdain visits Indonesia, the fourth-largest country on Earth. Bourdain meets spiritual people who have a much different view of death than many Westerners. It is not so binary: alive, and dead. Instead these believers view the […]