The approaching winter can mean only one thing: the return of McRib season at McDonald’s! The somehow still popular limited-time item features an unsightly ground pork patty (shaped to vaguely resemble a mini rack of ribs) slopped in barbecue sauce and thrown on a bun with a pickle or two and an onion sliver...
AS A youth practitioner in character and leadership education for the past 10 years, I have spoken to over 20,000 young people and handled quite a number of disciplinary cases ("Time for corporal punishment in schools?" by Mr Lawrence Loh Kiah Muan; last Tuesday).
Top 10 Worst Fake Foods - Here are the top 10 fake foods you should never eat - they are loaded with artificial flavors, colors and other chemical ingredients. Even though you can buy these foods at the grocery store it doesn't mean you should. Find out what those fake foods are and how many ingredients it takes to make them.
Kiw Huixin's insight:
But some taste soooo good! (e.g. bread, nuggets, crab sticks!)
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