The supposedly best ones are too expensive for my, but your mileage may vary.
Food and Drink
I was never a fan of hot coffee, but nowadays I buy the cold brew concentrate and enjoy it a lot.
Y'all should come to Raleigh.
Salad and Go sells 48-ounce salads, all priced between $5.74 and $8.23 depending on whether you add chicken, steak, or shrimp.
I didn't know, but then I didn't grow up in Cleveland.
"The dark side of poutine: Canada taking credit for Quebec dish amounts to cultural appropriation, academic says"
Said scholar has written a paper, "Poutine Dynamics". It's free online if you want to read it.
I'm not scared. Bring it on!
It's a darn shame none of them are in North Carolina.
Probably more than you want to know. Short answer: maybe.
"But for you, it means eating that whole bag of Cheetos is totally ok. Because science."
A writer for the very Liberal Slate has a breathtaking revelation:
To work your way through the Allrecipes hall of fame, Julie & Julia–style, is to be confronted with an obvious truth: Most people are far more concerned with convenience and affordability than authenticity or novelty.
Who knew? What will those crazy backwater rubes think of next??