Happy Friday. Hurricane Matthew is pummeling the south Atlantic coast and Waffle House locations, which are used to weathering storms, are closing as a result of the high winds and storm surge.
— Speaking of Hurricane Matthew, the storm has caused terrible damage and death in Haiti. Meanwhile people in South Florida are just trying to cope:
South Florida wants to survive #HurricaneMatthew. But we'd rather die than eat clam chowder. pic.twitter.com/WtNp6Xa6pZ— Olivia A. Cole (@RantingOwl) October 5, 2016
— In a recent interview Hillary Clinton’s top aid/good wife Huma Abedin revealed some fun facts about her and Clinton’s 20-year relationship. Turns out, the two women bond over food:
We're obsessed with food. It's a joke on the campaign. Whenever we have a chance and it's meal time … we look forward to it. 'What is it?' 'I want to know the menu.' And then we enjoy it. So we talk about food. We talk about fashion. We'll often do celebrity gossip, although very often we'll be looking through pages and say 'Who are these people?'
— Domino’s introduces “street” bacon, for some reason:
How street is your bacon? pic.twitter.com/6uKnaEGuj4— Lauren Collins (@laurenzcollins) October 7, 2016
— Miami is about to get a cafe dedicated to all things Cap'N Crunch. According to Eater Miami, the month-long pop-up will feature “Cap'N Crunch cereal combos like the ‘Salted Caramel’ topped with caramel popcorn, peanut butter, waffle cone and chocolate milk; the ‘Jack-O’-Lantern’ made with Halloween Cap'N Crunch, Peanut Butter Cap'N Crunch, Reese’s Pieces and whole milk, alongside milkshakes like the ‘Sprinkled Eclair’ with donut Cap'N Crunch, chopped Kit Kat, vanilla ice cream and whole milk.”
— Finally, watch what happens when you torch a gummy bear:
Torching a 5 pound gummy bear under some glowing lightsPosted by Eater on Wednesday, October 5, 2016