A new report from JAMA Ophthalmology suggests that you’d be better off reading JAMA Opthamology after housing some dark chocolate. Everyday Health reports that researchers, including lead study author Jeff Rabin, have found that eating both dark and milk chocolate can positively affect your vision in the short term.
Imagine the joy of finally sitting down to enjoy a well-deserved snack: your favorite, a Reese’s peanut-butter cup. You take a bite… but something seems off. What could it be? You look at your candy and realize, with horror, that it’s all chocolate, no peanut butter. Your peanut-butter cup is just a cup.
The election yesterday between Republican Rick Saccone and Democrat Conor Lamb for Pennsylvania’s District 18 was extremely close, even for a longtime-red district. Before the election, to help court voters, Donald Trump not only visited coal country for a rather unhinged rally, he sent his son Donald Trump Jr. to…
Sure, we have a pretty great job, where we are actually getting paid to learn how to make pie. But every once in awhile another attractive offer flies across our desks—and this one includes the advantages of a relocation to England along with a dream schedule.
Those of you who didn’t grow up in the ’70s will never know the trauma of the various “healthy” foods—like muesli and bean sprouts—that tried to enter the culinary vernacular. During that auspicious decade, germ-filled salad bars and brick-like brown breads were commonplace. In a bitter nutshell, it was a horrible…
A rare crime where we can actually understand the motivation: The German news site DW.com (for Deutsche Welle) reports that some dastardly thieves made off with more than 48 U.S. tons of chocolate, worth almost $500,000 total. The heist “occurred Friday night at an industrial park in the southwest city of Freiburg.”
January is either the worst time to release a new line of ice cream flavors (it’s frickin’ cold!) or the best (we’re frickin’ bored!) To kick off the new year, Ben & Jerry’s is going with the latter. After so many years of churning out rich, progressively minded pints of ice cream, it seems that inspired dessert…
In How Do You Take Yours?, The Takeout solicits staff and outside expertise for secret tips on improving one dish.
Many of us wait all year for those all-too-brief months of Girl Scout cookie season, which usually occurs in the spring. We fruitlessly stock up on boxes of Trefoils and Tagalongs while knowing, deep in our hearts, that no quantity would ever really be enough, and we’ll be pining for Samoas again by summertime.
We writers, needing constant fuel to pen our hot takes, require some sort of snack in our mouths at all times. We’re not being immodest when we say we’re connoisseurs of any fun-size foods.