Food: Starbucks Secret Menu Alert: Caramel Apple Pumpkin Spice Drink

Starbucks Secret Menu Alert: Caramel Apple Pumpkin Spice Drink

If you've gotten to the point in the season where just drinking a Pumpkin Spice Latte doesn't do it for you anymore and you want to, ahem, spice things up . . . check THIS out.

Starbucks just blogged about some of the SECRET MENU items people have been ordering this fall . . . and the one that's getting the most attention is the Caramel Apple Pumpkin Spice Drink.

It's really the combo of two Starbucks items: Their Caramel Apple Spice Drink, and the Pumpkin Spice Latte.

It's made with steamed apple juice, cinnamon syrup, pumpkin spice, whipped cream, and a caramel sauce drizzle. I mean, I suppose you could also just order an IV drip of pure sugar, but hey, either way.

If you try to order one and the barista gives you a confused look, you can help them out by ordering the Caramel Apple Spice Drink and asking them to add two pumps of pumpkin sauce. 

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New "Extra Cheesy" Cheez-Its are coming out in December. 

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*LIST* Top Burger Spots, According To Yelp

Lots of people enjoy a burger, but everyone has their own idea of what makes a burger truly great. But where are the best burger joints in the U.S.? Yelp crunched the numbers and used their data to reveal the highest-rated burger-focused restaurants, looking at spots with at least 100 Yelp reviews. Surprisingly, no major chains made the cut this year, but these places did.

The top 10 best burger spots in the country:

(Check out the full list here)

1.Burgerama, Valley Village, California

2.Chicks N Cows, Los Angeles, California

3.Jewboy Burgers, Austin, Texas

4.Munchiez, Carrollton, Texas

5.Tasty and Delicious, Nashville, Tennessee

6.6Clutch Burger, Coral Gables, Florida

7.Inclined Burgers and Brews, Incline Village, Nevada

8.Black Hills Burger and Bun Co, Custer, South Dakota

9.Lip Smackers, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

10.Gilbert’s 17th Street Grill, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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The Most Dangerous Part of Eating While Driving Is Unwrapping Your Food

The most dangerous part about eating and driving isn't the eating part. It's what you do right BEFORE you dig in.

A survey by Insure.com found the most dangerous part of eating and driving is UNWRAPPING your food, because it usually requires two hands.

Reaching for something like a napkin was a close second. Followed by cleaning up a spill or a stain . . . putting condiments on your food . . . and dealing with the trash when you're done.

In general, the most dangerous things to eat behind the wheel are foods that require two hands . . . might cause a spill . . . or might make you take your eyes off the road. 

Here are three more eating-and-driving stats . . .

1. The most popular foods we eat behind the wheel are: French fries . . . candy bars . . . hamburgers . . . chips . . . and a tie between donuts and granola bars.

2. 56% of Americans admit to eating while driving on a semi-regular basis. Including 7% who do it every day.

3. Older Americans are the worst about it. 13% of people between 55 and 64 said they do it every day. And women do it more than men. Guys were 17% more likely to say they NEVER eat behind the wheel. 

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