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Queen Elizabeth Banned Garlic from Buckingham Palace — Food News

There are a lot of perks to being a royal. Queen Elizabeth II apparently drinks Champagne every day, is surrounded by adorable corgis, and owns so many diamonds her jewelry collection has its own curatorial staff. But news came out this past week that she never, ever eats garlic. Living in a castle sounds lovely, but it doesn't seem worth it for a lifetime without garlic.


Holy Petronus! You Can Get Pumpkin Juice at Starbucks. — Food News

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This just in from the front page of the Daily Prophet: Starbucks has made all of your wildest dreams come true with pumpkin juice. The best part? You don't even have to go all the way to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter to get one. Thank you, Starbucks. Thank you.


Who Donated This 46-Year-Old Can of Soup to a Food Bank? — Food News

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What do the consistently brilliant Amy Poehler, reformed Funky Buncher Mark Wahlberg, and a can of Heinz Ready-to-Eat Kidney Soup have in common? They were all born in 1971. But only one of them was put in a cardboard box with some other outdated canned goods and given to a Welsh food bank — and no, it wasn't Marky Mark.


Twitter Is Totally Freaking Out Over This Eggplant Bacon Video — Food News

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Eating bacon is one of life's great pleasures. A crispy, salty, smoky slice of perfectly cooked bacon is pure joy. People apparently feel very strongly about it, too, because a new video demonstrating how to make eggplant taste like bacon is making the rounds on social media, and a lot of people are furious.


Costco’s New Emergency Kits Can Feed Four People for an Entire Year — Shopping News

Big-box stores like Sam's Club and BJ's already fuel your bulk-shopping and pantry-stocking addictions — you know, so you don't run out of any essentials when you need them most. But Costco is taking this to an entirely new level by offering customers an entire year's worth of food.


Deadly Wildfires Hit California’s Wine Country Leaving Thousands Displaced — Food News

This week in California, fires have devastated the northern part of the state, including wine country. As of Tuesday night, 15 deaths were reported, and the two biggest blazes have burned nearly 115,000 acres of land. At least 1,500 homes, businesses, wineries, resorts, and other structures have been destroyed and almost 20,000 people have had to evacuate, leaving behind homes and schools, land, and belongings. Most of the fatalities come from Sonoma County.

Right now thousands of firefighters all over the state continue to battle the firestorm. Vice President Mike Pence said President Trump has approved a major disaster declaration for the state of California due to these fires.


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