Is It Really OK to Not Wash Your Coffee Cup? — Food News

Do you wash your coffee cup every day after using it? You might be wasting your time. According to to The Wall Street Journal,you don't need to wash your coffee cup every day, unless you happen to share your coffee cup with someone else, or if you add cream and sugar to your coffee cup. Before your run away screaming from the germ-tastic idea, let's break this down to figure out if it's actually OK to do.

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What to Drink on Thanksgiving: Beaujolais — Thanksgiving Drinks

Beaujolais is the rosé of fall; the consummate crowd-pleaser, thanks to its fresh and fruity flavors. This combination also makes the French red perfect for America's favorite feast — and that alone is worth decoding the foreign label. Plus, it's the best bargain wine on the market.

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Recipe: Spiced Apple Cider

Hot apple cider in the fall. What could be better? Here's our basic recipe, spicing up fresh, local apple cider with warm cinnamon and cloves. Do you drink spiced cider in the fall? What do you add?

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What to Drink on Thanksgiving: Pinot Noir — Thanksgiving Drinks

Pinot Noir is a Thanksgiving dinner staple, and for good reason. Reliable and versatile, this red brings wild berry and cherry flavors to the party, often tinged with campfire smoke and hints of vanilla. And while there are myriad versions ranging from super-delicate to more fruity and lush, it's a natural with white meat — not to mention conveniently available in every wine shop.

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What to Drink on Thanksgiving: Dry Cider — Thanksgiving Drinks

Cider (the hard stuff) is finally making a home for itself in the United States — and on the Thanksgiving table. Beyond tasting great, dry cider satisfies the trio of Thanksgiving drink requirements: it's inexpensive; it's low-alcohol; and it pairs magically with everything from marshmallow sweet potatoes to cornbread stuffing.

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Holiday Drinks Are Officially Back at Starbucks — Food News

Starting today, November 1, all your favorite holiday drinks are officially back at Starbucks. That means you can walk into your local Starbucks right now and order any of the classic drinks, including the Gingerbread Latte, Eggnog Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, Caramel Brulée Latte, and the Peppermint Mocha.

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