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Domino's Pizza Facts - Selling you pizza isn't the core of the business...

from Bit Rebels

Pizza Around The World: The Amazing Statistics [Infographic]

Infographic: Pizza Toppings Around The World - The factoid I found most interesting was the number of men wearing 'muscle shirts' who order pepperoni over other pizzas. No, I've never done that. Then again, I don't really do pepperoni, so perhaps it's a cause-n-effect thingie?-)

Follow @thefoodbabe. She's exposing the major problems that surround our food. @InNOut @InNOut #InNOut . 1. They admit that they use Cottonseed Oil to fry their fries. Cottonseed oil does not belong in our food supply and should be strictly avoided. This oil is made from a byproduct of the industrial waste from the cotton farming industry which isnt a food crop. Despite being one of the most prevalent GMO crops (designed to produce an insecticide) cotton crops still require an intense…

The just created pizza boxes for Domino’s new Handmade Pan Pizza re-inforce the idea of fresh and handmade. With little facts all over the box, it makes it almost as entertaining as the pizza inside.

Restaurant Marketing Ideas: 5 Ways to Create Demand for New Restaurant Menu Items – Without Discounting

Aunt Bill's Brown Candy in the microwave. Note: We used milk instead of buttermilk and cooked it at 50% in the microwave instead of 70% because it kept boiling over so need to adjust that according to the microwave power, just check with candy thermometer each time you take it out to stir.

Amy's menu includes pizza, veggie burgers with fries and much more. Good initiative, but one still has to choose wisely. What I'd really like to see is the workers in unhealthy fast food chains buying out their businesses cooperatively and turning them into fast healthy food chains.

A huge trend in food right now is gluten free. It is similar to when vegan was a huge trend a few years back. People are looking for products that are gluten free in the grocery store as well as restaurants. This relates back to the apparel industry on the fact people care about what is in their clothing as well as how it is made. --Brittanie Larson

from Town & Country Magazine

The Nine Things You Must Do in St. Bart's

For an easy Roman lunch, we go to this little Italian trattoria-style spot in town. All the food is prepared in the morning so it is fast and convenient, and it's located in the heart of Gustavia. Kristina gets couple of slices of pizza (mushrooms with truffle oil is her favorite) with a San Pellegrino lemon soda. Ashley likes their daily pasta salad and a glass of Italian white wine. For desert we always share a tiramisu. It is also a great place for take-out. The fact that L'Isoletta is…

5 Non-GMO Food Restaurants to Eat at On the Go #NoGMOs >> Learn more at