I am speechless. KFC Canada is introducing the Double-Down sandwich with a golden Belgian waffle nestled between two pieces of fried chicken at participating restaurants. Nothing screams Canada more by adding maple aioli sauce to this monstrosity. I think it is a good time to do some cross-border shopping.
Bored of getting the usual chocolate Easter bunny? British puzzle-maker, Tony Fisher, has created a chocolate cube that will keep you busy for a while. If you give up solving the Rubik’s Cube you can eat it. Let’s see Tony solve this puzzle on a hot day in the middle of July.
Here is a map showing a regional breakdown of fast-food restaurants per capita. A more complex analysis can be found at Datafiniti.
“Southern states have the highest fast food count per capita. The top spot goes to Alabama at 6.3 restaurants per 10K residents. The only non-southern states in the top ten are Nebraska at 5.4 and Indiana at 5.0, both in the Central region. As for the states with the fewest fast-food restaurants per capita, most are from the Eastern region with Vermont having the fewest fast-food restaurants per capita at 1.9 per 10K residents. Mississippi made a surprise appearance with just 2.1 fast food restaurants per 10K residents.”
Let me the first to tell you that unicorns do not exist. Especially those with a rainbow mane. However, Unicorn Magic ice-cream does exist at Target stores. I am suspending my disbelief. I know it’s just ice cream but it has a unicorn on the package. It must be real. Right?
There is nothing like watching a baseball game with a popcorn ball in your hand. Kathy Kaye Foods makes popcorn balls just the way grandma used to make for her grandchildren. These amazing treats are made with love. They are introducing a new line of treats called Caramel Cobs. Kathy Kaye products can be enjoyed by everybody for every occasion. The make seasonal products, be sure to munch on Easter Caramel Cobs. I rather eat a soft caramel popcorn that melts in your mouth with delightful satisfaction than nibble on a chocolate bunny ear. Kids will love the Kathy Kaye Foods line of products, so will the kids at heart.
Contrary to popular belief, George Washington Carver did not invent peanut butter. Believe it or not, peanut butter was patented in Montreal in 1884 by Marcellus Gilmore Edson. It takes about 540 peanuts to make a 12-ounce jar of peanut butter?
Freezing food is a great way to save money but not all foods take well to the freezer. The cold can at most times ruin the flavor of many foods. Here is a list of common foods you should not freeze.
Kevin Smith suffered a heart attack 13 days ago. His doctor told him he had to lose 50 pounds. He already lost 20 pounds by turning to @RayCronise and his program at http://justsides.com. One man’s loss is another man’s gain. Kevin Smith is praising the benefits of Ray Cronise’s Just Sides program.
Introducing the marriage of Cool Whip and Oreo. Did I just die and go to heaven? Cool Whip Mix-Ins are the perfect blend of decadence for dessert lovers. Seems Oreos just goes with about everything.
If you love pizza and want to learn more about everybody’s favorite food, you must buy Pizzapedia: An Illustrated Guide to Everyone’s Favorite Food by Dan Bransfield. Pizza has a very interesting history, Pizzapedia will show you pizza in a whole new light with fun facts that perhaps you were not aware of. Every city and country has put a unique stamp on their version of the pizza. Artistically, this book is an all-dressed serving of colorful brush strokes.