What We're Reading: April 14

A round-up of food-related articles and recipes we're digging into today.

What We’re Reading:

Taco Bell Appears To Be Testing Nacho Doritos-Flavored Shells

(The Consumerist) Rumor has it that Taco Bell is toying with the idea of wedding the cheesy chip with a taco, hailed the Doritos Taco Loco.

Toddler Gets Tipsy at Olive Garden

(Sun Sentinel) The Olive Garden will now serve sangria individually to order, rather than pouring from a pitcher, after a toddler was accidentally served the wine punch at a Florida branch. Mother Jill VanHeest noticed her son acting odd, and after thirty minutes, the wait staff noticed they made a mistake.  

National Food Day

The Center for Science in the Public Interest has invented a new holiday on October 24: Food Day. While the U.N.’s Food and Agriculture Organization has been celebrating World Food Day since the ‘70s, the CSPI’s Food Day will focus on American eating habits and issues, rather than global concerns. A press release suggests participants take as small of a step as cooking a mindful meal or make a larger impact by organizing a rally.


What We're Playing:

Breakfast Cereal Quiz 

(Delish) Before Cheerios became a household name, what where the O’s called? What creates Rice Krispie’s snap-crackle-pop effect? Take this breakfast cereal quiz to test how well you know your morning meal.

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