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in early June. We recently found out that the Anthony Bourdain shockingly passed away this fall. final season of his hit series, Parts Unknown would air
After all of the developments related to Anthony Bourdain, I figured the final season of Parts Unknown would be the final show we’d see from CNN.
Continue reading Anthony Bourdain Documentary From CNN Coming In 2019
image: McDonald’s Australia
When traveling to other countries, I love visiting McDonald’s to see what kind of interesting menu items might be offered.
McD’s is also a good option when you’re traveling with little kids since they’re usually excited to get a little toy with their meal. (A big added bonus is when the location still has a play area.)
I’ve previously written about McDonald’s we’ve visited in: Continue reading I’d Love To Try This International McDonalds Burger
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I’m sure that most of you look forward to the gourmet food served on American Airlines flights. Ok, maybe not…
Regardless of your love of airline food or not, some passengers flying with American Airlines won’t be getting a meal due to a listeria outbreak at one of their caterer’s kitchens, according to a Grub Street article I recently came across.
Continue reading No Food On Some American Airlines Flights Due To Listeria Outbreak
Some people might love the wings and other food served at Hooters. However, maybe they don’t want to see women forced to wear skimpy outfits as they do their job.
To help solve this problem, the chain is opening a new fast-casual concept.
Continue reading Hooters Opens Fast-Casual Restaurant Minus Revealing Clothes
McDonald’s is well known for the Big Mac, Happy Meals, Ronald McDonald and more…
While I rarely dine at McDonald’s at home, I try to visit whenever I go to foreign countries to see what kind of locally- inspired menu items might be offered.
A big convenience of McDonald’s is that its fast food and they also offer drive-through service.
What if you’re walking by and don’t feel like going inside the restaurant? What if you’d like to get walk through service?
Continue reading McDonald’s Testing Out Walk Through Lane
When looking for wifi during our travels, Kim and I used to seek out McDonald’s. They were usually a reliable place to go if we wanted to get online. In recent years I’ve found McDonald’s wifi to not be as consistent with many locations not even offering free wifi.
Another place to stop in for free wifi is Starbucks, although I can’t recall ever going there to get online. (I also don’t drink coffee so why would I!)
However, both McDonald’s and Starbucks have put their foot down recently with how some customers use the free wifi.
Continue reading No Watching Porn at Starbucks or McDonald’s
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Blue laws in New York have made it illegal for restaurants and bars to sell liquor until noon on Sundays.
This could be a pain if you’d like to have a drink with your Sunday brunch. Thanks to a new law, this is about to change.
Continue reading Get Drunk Earlier In New York At Sunday Brunch!
I’ve written many times about how I love to visit (and try out local menu items at) McDonald’s during our travels.
Kim sent me a story from Grub Street which made me scream out a big WHAT when I read that someone paid $96,000 for a bottle of McDonalds Big Mac Sauce in the UK!
Continue reading $96000 for A Bottle of McDonald’s Big Mac Sauce?
From our 2009 trip to SE Asia (Vietnam)
When Andrew Zimmern’s Travel Channel show
came out, it brought all of the strange foods that people eat around the world into our living rooms. While these foods do seem strange for Westerners, they most likely aren’t seen that way in the places that they are consumed. Bizarre Foods
The first time that I can recall seeing bugs for sale as a food had to be during our trip to Thailand. I also remember seeing trays of bugs at a supermarket in Vietnam years back and I had to take a photo. My guess is that the locals and shopkeepers probably found it just as odd that I was taking the photos!
Continue reading Insects, That’s What For Dinner at London Restaurant
I just came across some very interesting info on a way that United Airlines plans to save some money while also going a bit green.
United plans to “
fly planes powered by a biofuel made from food scraps (among other household waste), farm waste and animal fat” according to Grub Street.
This sounds like a great way to take recycling to a new level.
Continue reading United Airlines To Fly Planes Powered By Food Scraps, Animal Fat & Farm Waste