In honor of National S’Mores Day, I’ve rounded up my favorite s’mores recipes. Enjoy s’more because they don’t call them s’lesses.
Pass the watercress. Or the arugula. I’ll even take some purple cabbage; anything dark, leafy and other than kale, please.
Apparently, someone once thought it would be a really great idea to shove a pumpkin pie into a coffee maker. Or something like that happened and—voila!—the pumpkin spice latte was born. Now, some people hope to see it disappear.
Between now and June 10th, you can help fight to end AIDS by patronizing the good restaurants, bars, and food trucks that have joined the EAT (RED), DRINK (RED), SAVE LIVES campaign.
What’s new in food? Glad you asked! This week the USDA shows off its rubber stamp for ‘humane’ meat and poultry labels, while it shops for guns (no, really!) instead of regulating anything as silly as food labels. Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of pounds of meat are recalled due to lack of USDA inspection. In less infuriating news, consumers seek out organics in ever-increasing numbers, and nifty new research weighs in on both high blood pressure and Egyptian vegetarians.
Wanna’ drop by Starbucks for a Gingerbread Latte? Before you do — heads up! A large cup of that tasty holiday beverage contains 47 grams of sugar. Seriously.
Litterati makes use of Instagram in a brilliant yet simple and philanthropic way. It makes you smile, and it’s social media at its best.
Tonight, I had one (or two or three) rather delicious cocktails. My favorite was called the stimulant and looked quite easy to make, and tasted great…a nice change from boring old cocktails.
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