Sometimes it feels like everyone has forgotten about me. Seems like not too long ago I was a celebrated and permanent fixture of people’s dinner time plans, but I have been left behind and replaced. However, today I plan on changing that. Today is my day. Today is Cheeseburger Day.
Our favorite athletes have returned to the gridiron, which officially kicks off the fall season. Many will be indulging themselves not only in keeping their eyes glued to the TV screens, but their fantasy scores as well. Fantasy football is an ever-popular phenomenon, but we’re stepping it up a notch. We’re playing Fantasty Foodball.
The sounds of freshly peeled packaging tape echo through the air of your new desolate and barren home. Your mountainous mass of boxes has nearly reached the ceiling, almost completely blocking out any light, windows or hope. The pots and pans have been stowed away, but are seemingly adrift in your sea of cluttered chaos. You just want everything in its place, but all you want more than that is to eat.
It’s a new school year, which means a lot of you will be forging new friendships and there’s no better way to do that than with food. That’s why we wanted to take a deeper look at college student ordering habits during the first few weeks of school, so you can impress your new friends.
The smell of competition (or is it pizza?) is in the air. The games are in full swing, but one competitor has his eyes set on a different prize. Grant Van Pizza may never compete in real competitions, but he looks forward to the athl-eat-ic event that combines his marginal athletic ability with his favorite activity – eating. He’s entering the Eats of Strength competition.
The Fridge Gnome may have won a few battles, but we won the war on Fridgemas In July. The official giveaway ended yesterday, but we’re not sick of the giving season yet. If you entered but didn’t win, keep reading because we’ve got one more present for you. Continue Reading
As you may have heard last week, there was talk of launching a big, ridiculous giveaway where people will try and win stuff on my dime. But I, Fridge Gnome, have found out about your little Fridgemas In July celebration and I am pretty ticked off.
Whether it’s hitting the beaches for a day on the water, lacing up your boots and hiking up to your favorite spot, or something else entirely, everyone has their top summer vacation ventures. But the undisputed best part of summer sabbaticals is eating new things you’ve never had in new places you’ve never been. That’s why you should just be able to eat and win a trip!