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Abbi Jacobson Expresses Exactly How We All Feel About “The Great British Baking Show” — Pop Culture

I'd like you to picture a series of alternate universes with me.

  • Mary Berry, after leaving the Great British Baking Show, sets up shop on Broad City where she uses her gentle voice and kitchen wisdom to grade Abbi and Ilana's munchies. There are complex challenges with obtuse recipes, and the three of them are deeply glad and well-fed. They use all this positive energy to write a buddy comedy about their upcoming cross-country road trip.
  • Abbi and Ilana fill the very big shoes of Sue and Mel. The two pairs have everything in common: they're hilarious, generous with compliments, and add zesty energy to even the most mellow jelly-roll competitions. Eventually Sue and Mel return, the show has four hosts, and no one complains.
  • There's an after-show for each episode hosted by Abbi Jacobson, where she cooks with every GBBS baker in her Broad City Val persona, leading to a Val and Val episode. They wear fly suits and demolish a trifle.


Get $1 Kale at Whole Foods for World Vegetarian Day — Grocery News

World Vegetarian Day falls on October 1, and this year Whole Foods Market is getting in on the fun. To celebrate, the high-end organic supermarket, which was recently acquired by Amazon, is going to retail organic bunches of kale for $1. And this offer won't be limited to World Vegetarian Day — it'll be valid from September 27 to October 3, while supplies last.

Get your kale while it's hot (and cheap), people!


Instagram Is Freaking Out Over This Breakfast “Hack” from Food Network — Pop Culture

You never know what's going to get people riled up over next. This week it was a suggestion from the Food Network on Instagram for making your morning routine easier. Who doesn't love a good food hack, right? But when the hack takes longer than the task it's trying to replace, look out — the internet will come after you!


Can You Look at These Kitchen Items Without Dying Inside? — Food News

Back in 2011, Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani started working on her Uncomfortable series, which entailed reimagining everyday items into "uncomfortable" versions of their useful selves. Many of these everyday goods pertain to the kitchen: a double-cupped champagne glass, interlinked coffee mugs, a thick cutlery set, hourglass salt and pepper shakers, and even a slipper spoon.


This Test Can Tell Whether You’ve Outgrown a Food Allergy — Food News

Diagnosing food allergies is a complicated matter. On top of pinpointing the source of an allergy, there's the added murkiness of the fact that people can outgrow them. So how do you figure out if you're still allergic to something without jeopardizing your health? A new study published in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology spotlights something called food challenge, which serves as a pretty good test, reports NPR's The Salt.


Williams-Sonoma Is Hiring Seasonal Work-from-Home Jobs — Food News

During the holiday season, retailers hire temporary workers to meet the increased demand from consumers. But most of these jobs require you to physically be present at a brick-and-mortar store dealing with customers face to face. If your dream job is one with a remote work policy and little in-person human interaction, then there's one company you need to check out for a holiday season job: Williams-Sonoma.


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