You might take your daily coffee runs for granted, but dogs living in shelters don’t get to go out and grab a cup. In fact, most of their days are spent just waiting for someone to walk in, fall in love, and take them to their forever home.
While Michael Phelps has made a name for himself by racking up gold medals consistently at the past four Summer Olympics, his body and diet have changed a ton since he started competing on the international stage.
The English language is tricky. Not only are there multiple ways to spell the same word, but there are silent letters, emphasis on certain syllables, and basically a bunch of ways to say common everyday words wrong.
And that includes food-related words. There’s nothing awesome about trying to order some food or describe something you ate and having everyone look at you funny.
But it sounded so right in your head!
At any rate, hopefully this will help you out a bit…
A couple of months ago, this sign at Paisano’s, an Italian eatery in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was put up with the intention to promote one of the restaurant’s dishes, but instead was accused of promoting racial bias.
Much like fashion and entertainment, food trends change as time goes by and people get obsessed with whatever is touted as the latest and greatest thing.
Some stick around, but others had their moment to shine and were then put away like that fondue pot that you used about once or twice.
Check out what Cosmopolitan thinks people would have been filling their Instagram with for the past 47 delicious years.
I guess people weren’t so trendy about food before then, but let’s dig in anyway…
1970 — Quiche
Sure, you can figure out how much of a food you should eat by looking at nutritional info, but figures like "calories per gram" don't mean a whole lot to most people. Wouldn't you rather just look at the amount of food that 100 calories "buys" you?
Are you creatively constipated?
Yes, the Olympics are going on and there’s a presidential election heating up, but Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio is making news by heating up pizzas in the first pizza ATM in the United States.