Monthly Archives: December 2010

Pizza Beer

As you head off to New Year’s Eve parties this year you will probably be prepared to eat and drink heartily. Think twice before you combine the two by picking up a 6-pack of Mama Mia Pizza Beer. Yup, pizza … Continue reading

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The Bacone

Americans like to eat on the go. Americans like hearty breakfasts. Why not combine them with the bacone! Bacon, eggs, gravy and a biscuit make up this cone-shaped breakfast concoction. This probably shouldn’t be your go-to breakfast on-the-go, though, since … Continue reading

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Reindeer Pate

In honor of  this past Saturday filled with Santa and Rudolph… This pate forgoes the duck liver and utilizes those nordic creatures that remind many of us of a red sleigh and the sound of hooves on rooftops. Do not … Continue reading

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McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets: Made of corn… and chemicals.

You would assume a food with “chicken” in its title would contain mostly chicken. Not true of McDonalds Chicken McNuggets. Michael Pollan, author of “The Omnivore’s Dilvemma” found 13 of the 38 ingredients in Chicken McNuggets contain corn. That means that … Continue reading

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Kraft Easy Cheese

Once upon a time someone thought, “You know what takes a lot of time? Cutting up pieces of cheese.” And that was how Easy Cheese was born. This “spray cheese” is the epitome of easy… it doesn’t need to be … Continue reading

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Cheez Whiz

Want 65% of your daily recommended saturated fat in one serving? Kraft Cheez Whiz gives you just that. Although, technically, Cheez Whiz  does have some relation to real cheese (after all, it has milk AND cheese (cheez?) culture in it) … Continue reading

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Corn Sugar

High-fructose corn syrup has gotten a bad reputation lately and sales are starting to reflect that. What will the high-fructose corn syrup producers do? Perhaps they can start selling organic sugar instead… Oh no, wait, they have a better solution… … Continue reading

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