Tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo, the celebration of Mexico's victory at the Battle of Puebla! But if you love food, it's also a celebration of Mexico's fantastic cuisine. Before you get any ideas in your head about going to Taco Bell or Taco Johns for a greasy Cinco de Mayo meal, consider cooking something better at home. Our pals at Under 500 Calories have picked out a whole bunch of low-calorie, authentic Mexican recipes to help you celebrate.
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Making your fiesta meal at home can be fun, healthier, and it's bound to be more authentic than the tex-mex food from a fast food restaurant.
In 2012, Burger King turned the spice-o-meter all the way up to 10 when they introduced the Angry Whopper. This tongue torching burger was topped with bacon, habanero cheese, jalapeno slices, spicy fried onion petals and a spicy "angry" sauce. Apparently some people were actually able to stomach this hot, beefy meal without getting indigestion. Today Burger King is attempting to fix that by upping the ante with the new Angriest Whopper.Read More →
To attract breakfast customers, Taco Bell has tried offering all kinds of unusual foods. They've turned traditional breakfast foods like waffles and biscuits into tacos, covered donuts with Cap'n Crunch cereal and even sold a "morning" soft drink. But if all of those gimmicks didn't get you to try Taco Bell's breakfast menu, maybe their latest change will convince you to.Read More →
St. Patrick's Day is almost here and it's time to bring out that one green shirt that's way too ugly to wear any other day of the year. While you're doing that, McDonald's is also digging out one of their old green favorites, the Shamrock Shake. This peppermint-flavored, bright green milkshake makes an annual appearance for St Patty's day, much to the delight of its many fans. But what's in a Shamrock Shake? And how is it so green that it looks like it might just glow in the dark? Let's take a look!Read More →
Ash Wednesday is tomorrow and with it comes the start of Lent. For Catholics, that means 40 days of self-reflection, prayer, and abstaining from meat on Fridays. Now before you get all depressed thinking of all the Filet-O-Fishes you'll be eating on Fridays, let me share some good news: THERE IS A BETTER WAY! That's right, you no longer have to suffer through greasy, fried fish sandwiches slathered in tartar sauce to make it through Lent!Read More →