October 31, 2014

Unholy Cannoli!

Today, June Media’s Chicago editorial team – among them some of the very same luminaries responsible for the content on Chew on That – found itself under siege by a what can probably best be described as a multi-warheaded, Halloween-inspired monster – the cannoli-bomb. Read the rest of this entry »

October 28, 2014

Join us Tonight at 7pm CT for our “#Chocoholic” National Chocolate Day Twitter Party

It should be epic! No formal RSVP necessary – just follow @ChewOnThat or @Recipe4Living, tweet #chocoholic, and join the fun! Prizes to be announced during the event.

September 29, 2014

Join us Tonight at 7pm CT for our “#MyMug” National Coffee Day Twitter Party

Twitter Party for National Coffee Day

Join us tonight for our latest social media event, namely our #MyMug Twitter Party extravaganza to celebrate one of our favorite food and drink holidays, National Coffee Day. Brought to you by Chew on That and our sister publication, Recipe4Living.com, the event is already shaping up to be a smash. It will be co-sponsored by the wonderful folks at @iCoffee. And when these people show up for a party, they invariably come bearing some amazing gifts. Now, if you love coffee like we do you probably already know all about iCoffee, but even if you are already a big fan, go ahead and check out their website anyway at www.iCoffee.com. Some serious coffee stuff!

Expect all the normal games, hilarity, friendship and prizes that our Twitter Parties have come to be known for.  Just remember one thing – you’ll need to follow either Chew on That (@ChewonThat) or Recipe4Living (@Recipe4Living) on Twitter before 7pm CT / 8pm ET and tweet the handle, “#mymug,” in order to be eligible for prizes.

See you all tonight!

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September 27, 2014

Really? Chinese Noodle Shop Owner Confesses to Lacing Meals with Opiates to Get Customers Returning for More

The South China Morning Post confirmed its story earlier this week that a noodle shop owner in the Chinese provincial capital of Xi’an had confessed to Chinese police that he had been secretly including a paste made of poppy pods into his menu items. The article reports that the restaurant owner did so in the hopes of making his customers addicted to his noodles. Read the rest of this entry »

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