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This intimate beach wedding in Seattle gives a whole new meaning to do-it-yourself

Self-catered, at-home, handmade dress, homemade food? Yep, this is one wedding that knows how to DIY. Rachel and Ari were set on having a very small and intimate beach ceremony in Seattle with only close friends and family (less than 20 total!). Show More Summary

Today Only: Amazon offering $8.62 off $50. Works with non-Amazon gift cards!

This is a nice deal if you buy exactly $50 worth of stuff.  You should be able to buy $50 by-mail gift cards to Starbucks, Whole Foods, Southwest, Airbnb,, etc.  $8.62 off $50 results in a 17.24% discount. Don’t forget toShow More Summary

StrEAT, the First Ever Food Park in Tagaytay

The wait is over! South StrEAT  – Tagaytay What better way to spend the weekend than having a road-trip (and food trip!) to breezy Tagaytay? Known for housing the best hidden restaurants, the game was brought to a whole new level with the opening of Tagaytay’s first ever food park – finally! South StrEAT Gourmand Container Park is the […]

Late Evening Open Thread: Time to Rethink the Whole Top of the Food Chain Thing…

Remarkable photo shows bobcat dragging shark ashore — The Palm Beach Post (@pbpost) April 7, 2015 Video at this link! Real or photoshopped? That might be your reaction when you see a photo of a bobcat dragging a 4-foot-shark from the water. YouReporter John Bailey sent the picture to us which he said […]

Hack This Gwyneth Paltrow Meal in Minutes With Trader Joe's Staples

If hearing about the bourgeois undertones of Gwyneth Paltrow's It's All Good cookbook discouraged you from buying it, I get it. The thought of spending a fortune on obscure ingredients that can only be found at Whole Foods makes me crazy too. Show More Summary

You can now buy stuff with Google Home

Starting today, you can shop using the Google Assistant on Google Home from retailers who support Google Express, including places like Costco, Whole Foods, and Walgreens. You can say stuff like “Ok Google, how do I shop?” or “Ok Google, order toilet paper” when you’re sitting on the pooper and realize you’re about to run out. Show More Summary

Whole Foods is finally getting its comeuppance.

Here's a bitter green irony: The organic products the chain popularized are more popular than ever, but people are buying them elsewhere.

Regis Philbin Says 'Very Offended' Kelly Ripa Hasn’t Spoken To Him In Years

Picture it this way: You’ve stayed in better contact with that guy from high school who you pretended not to know in the Whole Foods checkout line than Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa have since the glory days of “Live!” The pair hosted...Show More Summary

Whole Foods, other stores pull squash noodles for Listeria

Veggie Noodle Co. of Austin, Texas is voluntarily recalling its Butternut Spirals because of possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. The freshcut vegetable company distributed the spiral cut butternut squash to Whole Foods Markets and other retailers in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio and Wisconsin. Show More Summary

Should You Try The Adele-Approved Diet Everyone Is Talking About?

Forget Whole 30 ? there’s a new fad nutrition plan in town. It’s called “The Sirtfood Diet,” due to it’s emphasis on eating foods rich in sirtuin protein, which some researchers say may activate genetic pathways to burn more calories and also help slow down the aging process in animals. Show More Summary

Whole Foods is getting beaten at its own game

Whole Foods has a paradoxical problem: Its products are just too popular. The high-end grocery chain said it would close nine stores last week after a year and a half of falling same-store sales. Yet ironically, the organic food craze it pioneered has never been bigger. Show More Summary

North Decatur Square Development To Get Newest Gusto! Location

Takorea, Hollywood Feed, and more slated for the 365 By Whole Foods Market-anchored project. The post North Decatur Square Development To Get Newest Gusto! Location appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

Whole Foods is getting beaten at its own game

Whole Foods has a paradoxical problem: Its products are just too popular. The high-end grocery chain said it would close nine stores last week after a year and a half of falling same-store sales. Yet ironically, the organic food craze...Show More Summary

Sayonara, Ice Chips! This Study Proves Eating Real Food During Labor Is the Way to Go

Pregnant mamas, we have some juicy news that's about to make childbirth a whole lot more enjoyable. A new review of research discovered that healthy women with low-risk pregnancies may benefit from eating during labor. That's right -...Show More Summary

A German grocery chain with the power to cripple Aldi, Whole Foods, and Trader Joe's is about to invade America

A highly competitive European grocery chain is about to descend on the US. The German supermarket chainis gearing up to open 100 stores across the East Coast by mid 2018, with the first 20 stores opening this summer in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Show More Summary

Andrew Zimmern Is SOBEWFF 2017's Busiest Boy

Andrew Zimmern has made his mark on the television world by eating things most Americans won't. His Travel Channel show, Bizarre Foods, brought attention to the fact there's a whole wide culinary world that ranges far beyond that of Big Gulps and burger franchises. At a time when the world,...

The One Prepared Food You Should Never Buy At Whole Foods, According To An Employee

Whole Foods has earned the title “America’s Healthiest Grocery Store,” and the reputation that goes along with it. What’s better than shopping without the guilt of harming your body or the environment? Probably a plethora of hot prepared foods, waiting to be piled into a container and scarfed up the second you get the chance. Show More Summary

The 1 Thing That Will Save You Major Money at Whole Foods

Saving money might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you're shopping at Whole Foods, but rest assured, there's a major way to avoid the "Whole Foods, whole paycheck" stereotype. Beyond the more obvious ways to save money at Whole Foods, like bringing your own bags, there's a little-known secret that a Whole Foods employee told me. Show More Summary

The Whole Foods On H Street NE Is Opening On March 15

The store will begin its kickoff with a bread-breaking ceremony at 8:45 a.m. that Wednesday morning. [ more › ]

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