As supply struggles to keep up with demand, Heinz came up with something that might help shoppers combat empty store shelves: Christmas dinner in a can. Heinz’s limited edition Big Soup Christmas Dinner, released 11/1 on its UK website, contains “turkey, stuffing, chunky potatoes, brussels sprouts and even pigs in […]
Food and Drink
If you’ve noticed those grocery store shelves looking a little barren lately, you’re not alone. We are experiencing an unprecedented supply chain crisis, and it’s impacting everything from the bread aisle at your local supermarket to car dealerships. It is for this precise reason that some grocery stores are completely […]
McDonald’s is saying thank you to teachers by providing them with free breakfast from October 11-15. All you need to claim your prize is to show up during breakfast hours and present your work ID. While this is a thoughtful and appreciated gesture on the part of the fast-food giant, […]
If you’ve supported a Girl Scout near you recently, chances are you’ve got big feelings about which cookies are the best.
A survey found that 78% of American parents steal their kids’ candy, and 28% actually eat more of it than their kids do.
I can’t think of autumn without thinking back to third grade. Our school had an itinerant cooking teacher. I have forgotten her name but not her lesson in making something she called pumpkin pudding. It was really pie without a crust; it held together like pie, only sans crust. […]