It’s free Slurpee day at 7-Eleven!

DALLAS — July 11th, other wise known as 7-Eleven, and you know what that means! If you guessed free Slurpees, you guessed right! The only thing sweeter than a #Slurpee drink, is a free #Slurpee drink. #7ElevenDay #OnYourWayToSummer pic.twitter.com/MZuVFKySsi — 7-Eleven (@7eleven) July 11, 2018 Every year people pack into 7-Elevens all over the country patiently waiting to indulge in a free small Slurpee from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. “I think it’s an amazing give back to the community […]

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Southwest Airlines will stop handing out peanuts to passengers

DALLAS — Well, you can all wave goodbye to the beloved peanuts you’re used to getting when you fly with Southwest Airlines. The company says they are getting rid of them! Southwest says they made the decision to help keep passengers from having allergic reactions in the air. One guy on Twitter wrote, “the end of peanuts on Southwest makes me want to cry.” The end of peanuts on Southwest makes me want to cry. That was a big part […]

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The next cooking show craze? Forney firefighters start YouTube series

FORNEY — Mason Atkins freely admits he used to know nothing about cooking. “My specialty was Pop Tarts and ramen noodles.” But after becoming a firefighter three years ago he was forced to learn in order to contribute to the meal-serving at his station.  Now, he’s the host of a cooking show! Okay, so it’s not quite something you’ll find on Food Network–at least not yet.  It’s a series on YouTube called Open Flame, an idea that was cooked up […]

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Are break room snacks making Americans fat? CDC releases new data

DALLAS– You’ve heard of the “freshman 15”, but what about the “professional 20”? As in, the more than 20 percent of hard workers who get their food from work and end up consuming more calories because of it! They say nothing in life is really free, and that’s true when it comes to those free donuts you find in the break room. The treats usually come loaded with calories and sugars. A survey from the Centers for Disease Control and […]

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Spice of Blythe: Why you should fall in love with yogurt!

DALLAS– Do you shy away from yogurt because because of the texture, flavor, or because you don’t like breakfast? Owner and head chef at Pink Magnolia, Blythe Beck says she used to, but loves the way yogurt makes her feel. If you don’t like the texture, you can add fruit or granola. If you don’t like breakfast, you can make it into a sauce and use it for other meals. And if you just don’t like the flavor, well you […]

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In-N-Out temporarily closed all Texas locations

DALLAS — If you were looking for your In-N-Out fix Monday or Tuesday, sorry for ya! The fast food burger chain closed all of its Texas doors for one very important reason: bad buns. That’s right, In-N-Out closed up shop, not for any food safety reasons, but because their bun quality wasn’t up to par. NewsFix caught Ken Hall from Los Angeles rolling up to the burger joint and he was not too happy when he exclaimed, “I get to this […]

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IHOP finally reveals what the “b” in IHOB stands for

GLENDALE, CA — Looks like the verdict is in and after multiple guesses all over the country, IHOP has finally revealed what the “b” in IHOb stands for. The International House of Pancakes is now the International House of Burgers. On Monday, the ongoing mystery was officially revealed. The new menu will apparently feature all kinds of new burgers from the “Classic American Burger” to the “Cowboy BBQ.” Aside from the new addition, the eating establishment has used this opportunity to […]

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Dallas chef John Tesar remembers long-standing friendship with late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain

DALLAS — Just days after fashion icon Kate Spade was found dead after an apparent suicide, celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain reportedly took his own life as well. The 61-year-old TV personality was best known for his work with major networks like the Travel Channel, Food Network, and CNN. His death is not only a reminder to all of us that money and fame don’t always bring happiness, but it is also brings back special memories for a Dallas Chef. “Bourdain […]

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People have a better chance of getting into to Harvard than opening Chick-Fil-A franchsise

ATLANTA, GA — We’ve all heard the phrase “nothing worth having comes easy, ” but one can argue, fast food giant Chick-Fil-A has given the phrase a whole new meaning. According to “The Washington Post,” Chick-Fil-A’ gets roughly 40, 000 inquires every year from people who want to open a franchise, with only about 100 of them actually opening a franchise location,  making the odds about 1 in 400. Now this might not sound like that much of a challenge, […]

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People play the guessing game after IHOP says they’re “flippin’” their name to ‘IHOb’

GLENDALE, CA — The International House Of Pancakes, better known as IHOP, has been flipping flapjacks for 60 years, and now they say they’re shaking things up by changing their name logo to “IHOb,” with a “b!” For 60 pancakin’ years, we’ve been IHOP. Now, we’re flippin’ our name to IHOb. Find out what it could b on 6.11.18. #IHOb pic.twitter.com/evSxKV3QmT — IHOP (@IHOP) June 4, 2018 So, the question on everyone’s mind is: what could the “b” stand for? […]

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