This year, like years past, kids probably got a lot more candy than they can eat before next Halloween, so here are a few things that you can do with the candy your little ghosts and goblins can’t eat.
It’s Halloween time and that means we dig up the scariest stories we can think of. Chad and Jim went to the Palmer House Hotel, one of the most haunted places in the state, but there are some other haunted houses and haunted spaces around the country for the ghost hunter in you.
The United States has protection measures in place for our food supply with the Food and Drug Administration and the United States Department of Agriculture, but did you know that there are things in our food that are perfectly legal and allowed to be there, but are banned in other countries?
I love cereal. It has always been one of my favorite foods. I did an experiment in high school with generic versus national brand breakfast cereals and posed the question of would we really know the difference in taste if we didn’t see the label first? Sometimes we could and sometimes we couldn’t, so now the question is, are generics as good or better than the national brands?
A recent report on what’s really in a chicken nugget makes you wonder why they’re called “chicken”. Trust me. If you didn’t see the report, you don’t want to know. Here are a few really good alternatives to fast “food”.
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