Morning Grind

Morning Grind: Most Read Stories, July 1-5, 2013

Our daily morning roundup of food-related fare from around the web.
Here are the stories from this week’s Morning Grind posts that got the most love:



The concept was conjured up by Snow Violent, the prototype was developed by DR.HC. Supposedly, the meaning behind the sweet bone heads is to remind people not to eat too much sugar. Really? Remind people not to eat too much sugar, huh?

Except they’re awesome and I’m going to put five in my coffee and pretend it’s a zombie Civil War.


Seafood is generally considered a more healthful choice when dining out — but not if you’re battering and deep-frying it and serving it up with hush puppies and onion rings.

And that is precisely why the folks at the Center for Science in the Public Interest, a nutrition and health policy watchdog group, have named Long John Silver’s new “Big Catch” meal the worst restaurant meal in America.

Having your meal called “the Mount Everest of trans fat” has to be a bummer.


As part of a clever campaign, Molson Canadian stocked a fridge full of their signature beer. They then toted it around Europe to share the boozy wealth with complete strangers, the requirement being that you needed a Canadian passport to unlock it.

Epic Canadian burn, Molson.



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