You can order this FYE Exclusive The Office – Dwight with Mask FunkO’s Cereal HERE for $14.99.
Each collectible box contains a mini Funko figurine of Dwight Schrute with Mask!
Brach’s has turned the classic Thanksgiving holiday meal into candy.
The Brach’s Turkey Dinner Candy Corn consists of six different flavors: Green Beans, Roasted Turkey, Cranberry Sauce, Ginger Glazed Carrots, Sweet Potato Pie, and Stuffing. That means you get the main, sides, and dessert all in one bag. The 12-ounce bags have been spotted at Walgreens.
French’s Yellow Mustard has partnered with Oskar Blues Brewery to introduce a Mustard Beer in honor of National Mustard Day.
The teams at Oskar Blues and French’s wanted to come together to create the brightest, boldest brew of the summer, just in time for National Mustard Day and backyard grilling. And what goes better with BBQ than Classic Yellow Mustard and beer? Nothing else, that’s what.
The beer itself is a light, summery wheat ale that was brewed with tart hints of citrus and of course, yellow mustard.
“This is mustard that’s sipped, not squeezed. For National Mustard Day, we created the brightest brewski you’ll ever taste, perfect for summer barbecues. It’s a semi-tart tropical wheat beer infused with citrus fruits to complement French’s Classic Yellow Mustard. The flavor includes hints of key lime, lemon, tangerine, and passion fruit to create a tart, refreshing match for the spice and zip of the mustard. Grab a can and see for yourself. After all, it’s mustard o’clock somewhere.”
This limited edition French’s Mustard Beer was available for purchase on August 1 and sold out immediately.
On Monday, Papa John’s and Shaquille O’Neal announced the launch of a pizza designed by the basketball legend himself.
The “Shaq-a-Roni” pizza is an extra-large pizza with extra cheese and extra pepperoni cut into eight slices instead of the usual ten, featuring what Papa John’s describes as its “largest slice size to date.”
“It was important to me for the Shaq-a-Roni to be bigger than just pizza. By giving my new pie a try, one dollar will be donated to The Papa John’s Foundation for Building Community to support COVID-19 relief, the fight against racial injustice, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, UNCF (United Negro College Fund) and general community involvement,” O’Neal said in the press release.
The pizza chain will donate one dollar for every pizza sold to the Papa John’s Foundation through August 23.
O’Neal joined the board of directors at Papa John’s in March 2019, when the chain announced a three-year $8.25 million endorsement deal with the former athlete. O’Neal also announced his investment in nine Papa John’s restaurants. The “Shaq-a-Roni” pizza’s release comes just three months after the anniversary of the endorsement deal.
If you’re thinking that the “Shaq-a-Roni” pizza just looks like a big pepperoni pizza without an edge crust cut into eight slices instead of ten, you’d be wrong. Each order of a “Shaq-a-Roni” pizza also comes with a Snapchat augmented-reality experience, which Papa John’s describes as a “3-D surprise.” Guests can access the AR experience by scanning the QR code on the pizza box in Snapchat.
They’re magically delicious with a touch of real honey too. General Mills is making breakfast a little sweeter. New Lucky Charms Honey Clovers combines sweet clover-shaped corn pieces with all of your favorite marshmallow shapes.
Find Lucky Charms Honey Clovers at your local grocery store starting Summer 2020. Boxes retail for 3.99 (mid-size) and 4.99 (family size).
Sandwiches are quite possibly the world’s most perfect, self-contained food, and Los Angeles boasts more than a handful of greats. From the French dip at Philippe the Original to the Godmother at Bay Cities and the #19 at Langer’s, there’s no shortage of sandwich excellence in and around the Southland.
Pictured above is the delicious #19 at Langer’s Delicatessen. An easy choice for the most popular pastrami sandwich at this historic deli in Westlake, just west of Downtown. This near-perfect Jewish deli sandwich features house-baked rye bread, Russian dressing, cheese, coleslaw, and freshly sliced slivers of the most achingly perfect smoked pastrami on earth.
HERE are 18 epic sandwiches to try in Los Angeles. How many have you tried? What’s next on your list?
A hamburger in a can? Pringles and Wendy’s have collaborated to make this a reality. Bacon strips and salty crisps lovers, behold the Pringles Baconator, which promises to deliver “a mouth-watering combination of [Wendy’s Baconator] flavors in every bite.” For those unfamiliar with the fan-favorite sandwich at the fast-food franchise, its ingredients consist of half a pound of beef, American cheese, six strips of crispy Applewood smoked bacon, ketchup and mayo.
Pringles Baconator will be available for a limited time in the snack aisle of grocery stores nationwide.
Mooby’s, the fictional restaurant from Kevin Smith’s movies, finally comes to life!
The Mooby’s Pop-Up opens next week in Hollywood. Book your pick up time in advance and step into Mooby’s for a safe and seamless Interactive Pick accompanied by memorable photo moments from Kevin’s films.
Each ticket includes a Mooby’s Meal with your selections of a Moo Main and Salt Lick Side (vegan & non vegan options available). Beverages, additional side items, desserts and merchandise are available in advance to streamline your visit or can be purchased upon pickup.
Tickets go on sale June 11th at moobyspopup.com.
Frosted Flakes and Froot Loops are great apart, but even better together.
Kellogg’s is making all of our sugary-cereal dreams come true by releasing the first-ever cereal mashup between Frosted Flakes and Froot Loops — because why should you choose only one of the iconic cereals when you can have both?
The new breakfast creation features both of the cereals’ fan-favorite mascots Tony the Tiger and Toucan Sam on the box and an unexpected but satisfying flavor combo of the fruity loops and frosted corn flakes. The limited-edition cereal will be available nationwide starting in June while supplies last.