If you go searching for a snack you brought to work and discover that a food thief got to it first, it's probably something crunchy and salty. One particular food is stolen more often than all the others.
Those rotating hot dogs on the gas station rotisserie might look tempting, but they're probably not the healthiest choice to grab next time you fill up.
Just like grocery stores, convenience stores are adding more fruit and protein bars to the grab-and-go areas, and we couldn't help but notice these five.
Some of those national and world holidays get a little weird, but this one we can totally get behind! Today (March 6th) is World Oreo Day, and I'm celebrating with Oreo Balls. This recipe is the easiest thing you'll ever make, and it's awesome. And addictive.
Here we go again with the crazy candy choices topping the list. Just when we had come to grips with Texans choosing a non-chocolate Halloween candy as their favorite, more sweet-toothed neighbors of ours have weighed in and chosen a favorite seasonal candy that doesn't melt in our mouths. Bah humbug! See if you love this choice.
Hershey's has picked a few states to highlight with its new PayDay candy bars, and Texas is one of them. Can you mix caramel and barbecue flavor and be happy about it? This may be the best thing ever, or the worst.
The name Big Red implies that it's straight out of Nebraska, right? At least to us Husker alums who view all things though the football lens.
Big Red soda is actually bottled in Texas, by the Dr. Pepper folks, and it was first born here in 1937. Did you know it used to be called "Sun Tang Big Red Cream Soda?"
This is prep week for the big Super Bowl Party February 5th, and we're all searching for the best recipes to impress our friends, and satisfy the big holes in our stomachs that need gooey, fattening foods.
While other states are looking for "Oven Mac n Cheese" and "Buffalo Wing Dip," Texas is looking for a guilty pleasure that we might be a little ashamed about. Here's why.