Oakland Press: ‘Chinese Wishing Tree’ Event Offers a Chance to Win Free P.F. Chang’s for a Year
"On the day of the Chinese New Year, Feb. 8, P.F. Chang’s will place red envelopes (tradidtional for the giving tree) on trees near its restaurants. The envelopes will hold a variety of P.F. Chang’s Preferred loyalty points, that finders can redeem for free menu items. In five envelopes nationwide, there will be enough points for free P.F. Chang’s for a year. The restaurant group is also donating up to $100,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of America through restaurant and social media participation…" Read full story.
WSJ: Why Carb Counters Are Running For The Cauliflower
"Like many people who cut carbohydrates in an effort to shed weight, Ms. Elliott is crazy for cauliflower, which has blossomed as a popular substitute for starchy foods. But cold weather in the growing regions of California and Arizona has caused a supply shortage in some places. Prices have soared. Many shoppers can’t find the vegetable at all, as they fruitlessly dig into supermarket bins. The result is a food frenzy that is more often associated with delicacies like truffles than the white, bland vegetable Mark Twain once described as 'nothing but a cabbage with a college education.'" Read full story.
CNN: Diabetes: Yet Another Reason To Get Out Of That Chair
"We already knew that sitting, one of most people's favorite activities, may be killing you, but now we have new proof that before it gets you, you may get type 2 diabetes, too." Read full story.
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