Food: Taco Bell Is Now Joining the Fried Chicken Sandwich Wars


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Taco Bell Is Now Joining the Fried Chicken Sandwich Wars with a New Taco

The fried chicken wars that started in late 2019 are back. So I guess whatever temporary armistice all the fast food restaurants signed for the pandemic has expired.

Taco Bell is now throwing their hat in the ring. They just introduced a new fried chicken taco . . . it's a fried chicken breast, wrapped in a puffy piece of flatbread, with a chipotle sauce.

For now, they're only available in Nashville and Charlotte . . . but they're going to roll out nationwide later this year. 

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Skittles Gummies have been released in stores. 

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New Lucky Charms Ice Cream And Lucky Charms Shake Spotted At Cold Stone Creamery

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Chick-fil-A Drops Decaf, Bagels From Menu

If you like a little decaf with your Chick-fil-A breakfast, we’ve got bad news: they’re dropping decaf coffee from the menu. But that’s not all – the Sunflower Multigrain Bagel is also going bye bye. A company spokesman says “streamlining our menu will allow for us to continue providing our customers the quality food and service they’ve come to expect, as well as allow for new future menu items.”

Well, they’ll have more room on the lunch and dinner side, too. Chick-fil-A also pulled their original Chick-n-Strips, Grilled Cool Wrap and side salad during a test run. If you’re not a fan of change, we get it. But also, don’t worry, you’ll have time to adjust: the drops happen April 26th

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Cheese Is Not Bad for You After All, According to Science

It's about time scientists spoke up in defense of something that's been unfairly maligned for so many years.

The latest word is . . . cheese is NOT BAD for you after all.

There have been several recent major studies in the past decade that found cheese got an unfair reputation because of the misguided anti-fat guidelines in the '80s and '90s.

Those studies found that what REALLY makes you gain weight are things like refined grains, potatoes, and processed meats . . . cheese didn't cause people to gain weight, and sometimes it even helped people LOSE fat.

The dean of the Tufts School of Nutrition Science in Massachusetts says, quote, "There's almost no evidence cheese causes weight gain, and in fact, there's evidence that it's neutral at worst.

"There's no evidence that cheese is linked to cardiovascular disease, and in some studies, it's even a little bit associated with lower risk. And then, for diabetes, again, it's at worst neutral, and maybe protective."

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Grand Opening Of Chef Ludo Lefebvre's LudoBird

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