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Poet James McIntyre: The Chaucer of Cheese

September 12, 2013

Raise your hand if you like cheese! Wow...if we are counting correctly, that's millions and millions of people. Poet James McIntyre loved cheese. Here is his story, as published in Uncle John's Funniest Ever Bathroom Reader. The Chaucer of Cheese Ha...

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Themed Restaurants

August 29, 2013

Dining out can get kind of boring. After all, how many times can you have the same old burger at the same old coffee shop? Fortunately, in the last 20 years, themed restaurants have emerged, offering diners not just a meal…but an experience. Althou...

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Fruit Brute and Other Forgotten Cereals

August 21, 2013

Wheaties and Rice Krispies have taken up permanent residency in America's breakfast bowls—these forgotten cereals, not so much. Fruit Brute: General Mills debuted a line of five monster cereals in the 1970s: Franken Berry, Yummy Mummy, Count Chocul...

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Food Facts: A Non-Vanilla Source of Vanilla

July 31, 2013

In the very near future, we might get vanilla from a source that sounds pretty gross, but is also incredibly environmentally friendly. Do you love the way old books smell—musty and slightly smoky, but just a little bit spicy and sweet? (It’s what...

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Fast Food Flops

July 15, 2013

Spinoffs are common in entertainment: Puss in Boots was a spinoff of a character from the Shrek movies, and All in the Family spun off a number of other hit TV sitcoms, including Maude and Good Times. Spinoffs are a lot less common in the fast food r...

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