It's been quite the week, mi gente. Flamin' Hot Cheetos keep showing up in the randomest dishes, Peru celebrated its Independence, and Bustelo found a small following in Ireland. Now that we have your attention, let's read on, shall we?
Sir Patrick Stewart, God among men, has spoken. And he does not care for your avocado toast. In an interview for the Emoji Movie, he admits that he finds our fascination with avocado and bread bewildering. He does make a good point though! Check it out below.
On July 28th, Peru celebrated its Independence Day and we celebrated by scouring our site some our favorite Peruvian recipes. From pisco to ceviches and anticuchos, we compiled the best of the best in a single slideshow. You're welcome.
The good people over at Facts. taste tested some of the USA's most popular coffee brands. Suffice it to say that it did not fair well for Americans. It seems Bustelo was the overall favorite (because duh), but we demand they try it again, the right way (osea with some sweetened condensed milk).
We thought we had seen every possible Bloody Mary topper out there. Burgers, bacon, onion rings. We were terribly mistaken. The Center Hub bar in Irvine, California is doing a whole new type of Bloody Mary, one with spicy Flamin' Hot Cheetos. Are you grossed out? Weirdly excited?