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Poll: Savage or Sensible - Still requesting your family member make their signature Thanksgiving dish even though you're family isn't getting together on Thanksgiving

Sensible
52% (14 votes)
Savage
48% (13 votes)
Total votes: 27
A listener named Tori reached out to us because she wanted to know if it would be a savage move to ask her aunt to still make her some stuffing even though their family has decided not to get together this Thanksgiving because of COVID. What do you think? Would this be a savage or sensible? Vote...
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U.S. Grocery Prices Experience Sharpest Increase Since 1974

Here's some more bad news for supermarket shoppers.
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airplane food

People Missing Airplane Food Are Ordering It for Their Homes

You won't believe what some people miss most about traveling--and what they're doing to get a taste of it.
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Murder Hornets

In Japan, "Murder Hornets" Aren't Just Deadly, They're Delicious

These dangerous insects give food a tingle and booze a buzz.
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Pizza Hut Debuts Stuffed Cheez-It Pizza

It's a glorious time to have the munchies. As Elite Daily reports, Pizza Hut announced on Tuesday that it is introducing a new menu delicacy: the Stuffed Cheez-It Pizza. The new creation consists of four giant baked Cheez-It squares stuffed with either cheese or pepperoni and cheese. It is served...
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French's to Unveil Mustard Ice Cream on National Mustard Day

Think Heinz's Mayochup was wack? It's got nothing on French's Mustard Ice Cream, which will be available during the week of August 3--that's National Mustard Day!--in New York and Los Angeles. Produced in collaboration with the L.A.-based ice cream company Coolhaus, French's frozen, yellow offering...
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Getting Food Delivered Is More Satisfying Than Eating It at a Restaurant

We've become a society where we'd much rather sit in our most comfortable pair of pants and stream a TV show than leave the house. And here's even more proof. According to a new study, people now say they're more satisfied getting food delivered than actually going to a restaurant. 83% say they're...
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British Bank Says Eating Insects Will Soon Be a Billion Dollar Business

A new report from British investment bank Barclays says edible insects are poised to be one of the next big food trends in the West, and could be worth $8 billion worldwide by 2030. Barclays reports the insect food business is worth less than $1 billion this year, but predicts nearly 25 percent...
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Poll: Savage or Sensible - Eating Leftovers That Are a Week Old

SAVAGE
68% (26 votes)
SENSIBLE
32% (12 votes)
Total votes: 38
Corey brought spaghetti and mozzarella sticks to work for breakfast yesterday because he was afraid his fiance St. Courtney would throw them away. He says she always wants to throw them away after ONLY 2-3 days. He thinks leftovers are safe to eat up to a week. Is it savage or sensible to eat...
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Poll: Savage or Sensible - Sending Your Food Back Because It MIGHT Have Gotten Cleaner Spray on It from the Busboy Cleaning the Neighboring Table

SENSIBLE
68% (19 votes)
SAVAGE
32% (9 votes)
Total votes: 28
Is it savage or sensible that Whitney sent her food back at a restaurant because it *MIGHT* (with no legit proof) have gotten cleaning spray on it from the busboy cleaning the neighboring table? Vote below!
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