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Odds of Winning McDonald’s Monopoly Prizes

Posted on October 4, 2014, in Life, with 0 Comments

Wondering what your odds of winning a McDonald's Monopoly prize are? Not good. While the odds you win any prize is approximately 1 in 4, there's 1 in 4.45 chance you just win a food prize. In fact, 4 out of every 11 prizes awarded are medium fries. Here's the complete breakdown:

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Top 10 Other Pumpkin Spice Flavored Foods & Drinks

Posted on October 4, 2014, in Life, with 1 Comment

No doubt you've had or at least heard of Starbucks' famous pumpkin spice latte coffee drink. But what other pumpkin flavored foods & drinks are worth tasting this Fall?

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Top 10 Things People Give Up for Lent

Posted on April 16, 2014, in Life, with 1 Comment

What did you sacrifice for Lent?

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Top 5 Chipotle Toppings

Posted on January 11, 2013, in Everything Else, with 0 Comments

What is your favorite topping at Chipotle?

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The Kitchen 2000: What You Don’t Have But Need in Your Kitchen

Posted on January 12, 2007, in Life, with 0 Comments

These are some things that you might not have thought of or maybe didn't even know existed, but you need it in your kitchen.

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Chocolate, Potatoes, Peanut Butter & Coffee: 9 Foods That (Surprisingly) Really Are Healthy

Posted on January 2, 2007, in Life, with 0 Comments

Cheese fries may never be a part of your recommended diet, but Russet potatoes alone are nothing to fear. In fact, they're full of disease-fighting antioxidants. These nine foods you thought were no-no's are really on the approved list.

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Funny Food One Liners

Posted on November 29, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

I don't proclaim to be the great humorist, but here are a few one liners I have heard about food, yep, that means they are clean that I am passing on...can you add any?

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Rachel Ray Cookbooks: 30 Minutes to Cooking Masterpieces (with a little EVOO)

Posted on November 29, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

She now has her own talk show, but little Rachel Ray's claim to fame is her ability to make a meal, a party, whatever in 30 minutes. Here are her cookbooks:

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Hemp Seed: The Misaligned, Misunderstood Food That is Possibly One of the Healthiest on the Planet

Posted on November 29, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Try a little hemp seed in your morning smoothie and you're in for a pleasant surprise ... but not one of the mind-altering variety. Hemp seed, long an overlooked superfood for its misunderstood association with marijuana, is now starting to make a big impact on the health food scene with both consumers and scientists alike. Below is a list of the potential health benefits of hemp seed:

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Tips to Reduce Waste at Picnics from the EPA

Posted on November 29, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Having a picnic is a relaxing way to enjoy the environment and spend time with family and friends. It is also a time when a great amount of waste and pollution can occur. It is important to consider ways to reduce the amount of waste generated at the picnic. This will help to ensure that the environment remains clean so that it can be enjoyed by future generations.

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Savoring Safety by the Forkful: Food Safety Tips

Posted on November 29, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Even though fruits, vegetables and juice are nutritious parts of the diet, there are some food safety precautions. For example, contaminated melons, sprouts and raspberries have been linked with food borne illness outbreaks. Here are some food safety tips:

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Home Food Preservation Tips

Posted on November 29, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Fruits and vegetables can be preserved by dehydrating, freezing and canning, but it's important to use up-to-date recommendations. If you are tempted by home-canned goods at bake sales or farmers' markets, remember they are not tested for safety like commercial products are. You will be eating them at your own risk.. These are a few home food preservation tips to ensure safe food in your cupboard:

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Sensational Seafood in St. George Island, FL

Posted on November 20, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

St. George Island, located in the panhandle of Florida, is a beautiful vacation spot that you and your family will truly enjoy!

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The 6 Healthiest Staple Foods in Russian

Posted on November 15, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Russia is known for cuisine that will help you get through cold winters. Here are six healthy Russian foods that provide nutrients and intense flavors.

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Top Seafood Restaurants in Boston

Posted on November 15, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Feeling like some Mahi Mahi tonight? Try one of these great seafood restaurants and you won't be dissapointed.

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Top Seafood Restaurants in the Minneapolis/St. Paul Area

Posted on November 15, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Choose one of these restaurants and you will be sure to leave feeling satisfied!

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Atlanta’s Top Seafood Restaurants

Posted on November 8, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

If you want some tasty Atlanta seafood check out one of these great places:

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Fast Food Items I’ve Tried and HATED

Posted on November 7, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

If you ever try something at a fast food restaurant (or any chain) that is terrible, add it to the list and warn off others!

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Worst Cities for Food Poisoning

Posted on November 7, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Baltimore has managed to avoid major outbreaks of foodborne diseases despite its obsession with seafood--a common culprit for illness. Citizens of last-place Lubbock, however, should order their Texas steaks well done--the city has seen more foodborne-illness outbreaks per capita than any other on our list. Men's Health report looks at data compiled by the Community Health Status Indicator Project to determine outbreaks of E. coli–, salmonella-, and shigella-related infections, three of the most common foodborne bugs, as well as the numbers of deaths related to food.

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Beware of E. Coli and Hepatitis: Top 10 Dirtiest Foods

Posted on November 7, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Some say you are what you eat, but hopefully you aren't one of these! Men's Health magazine has identified the 10 dirtiest foods--from bad burgers and dangerous deli meats to hazardous health foods.

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THE Absolute Worst Foods You Can Eat

Posted on November 7, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

These popular foods are really doing more damage to our bodies than we realize. Wellness and health expert, Dr. Joseph Mercola says these foods WILL age you before your time. Know of any others that do more harm than taste good?

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Healthiest Fast Food You Can Eat

Posted on November 7, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Who cares if you're dieting? You really can ditch that lame McDonald's salad for a burger and still stay in shape. Check out the lowest calories burgers etc. at the most popular fast food joints around.

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America’s 10 Favorite Artery Blockers, I Mean Fast Foods

Posted on November 7, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Whether we all like to admmit it or not we all love fast food. AskMen.com's faithful readers were asked about their favorite fast food in terms of quality, price and speed of service, and the votes flooded in. See them here.

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Worst Fast Food You Can Eat

Posted on November 1, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

You go to McDonald's and order chicken breast strips. Think you're being "good" – well think again. At 1,270 calories, you've just treated yourself to half the calories you should eat in an entire day. And that's not even the worst of the worst.

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Worst Cities for Food Poisoning

Posted on November 1, 2006, in Life, with 0 Comments

Baltimore has managed to avoid major outbreaks of foodborne diseases despite its obsession with seafood--a common culprit for illness. Citizens of last-place Lubbock, however, should order their Texas steaks well done--the city has seen more foodborne-illness outbreaks per capita than any other on our list. Men's Health report looks at data compiled by the Community Health Status Indicator Project to determine outbreaks of E. coli–, salmonella-, and shigella-related infections, three of the most common foodborne bugs, as well as the numbers of deaths related to food.

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