Restaurants in China Might Be Spiking Your Food with Opiates
So, it’s about ingenious marketing and developing life-long customers.
I really am having a hard time finding this a bad thing. I’m convinced certain brands already do this in the US. Sorta joking.
"One of the traditions of Rosh Hashanah is to try a “new fruit” for the New Year, meaning a fruit that has just come into season, or one you have never tried before."
I love the hate that Folgers gets … as people forget that most of the country just drinks coffee, doesn’t care about Starbucks/Peet’s or artisanal coffee, but just wants a cup of joe.
Also why I think Starbucks keeps missing out on opportunities with Seattle’s Best as the every man’s “higher-end” coffee.
(via Sorry Coffee Snobs, America’s Favorite Is Still Folgers - Yahoo! Finance)
$275,000 Buys a Trip to Every Three-Star Michelin Restaurant in the World
For the foodie that has everything - including a thick wallet - the trip of a lifetime at ever 3-star Michelin restaurant in the world.
Seems like it’d be an epic trip.
Bring Back McDonald’s Onion Nuggets
(image from Jason Liebig’s Flickr)
I just found out about these and am wondering why they aren’t still around. I mean, come on, they are probably awesome, they are probably cheap to make, and they can’t be that expensive. Together we shall resurrect the onion nugget!
How can you not love these? It’s the one thing that’s always been missing at McDonalds - onion rings - but it’s doubtful they’d add these to the menu.
Which is just too bad / sad.