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Shake Shack Plush Toys Will Exceed Your Daily Cuteness Intake

Plus, Frank Bruni says pumpkin spice “is America” and more intel

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  • These Shake Shack plushes — a collaboration between the burger chain and designer toy brand Kidrobot — are kind of adorable, kind of frightening.
  • New York Times columnist and former restaurant critic Frank Bruni on pumpkin spice: “...at last I see that pumpkin spice is more than a curiosity, bigger than a phenomenon. Pumpkin spice is America.”
  • Jimmy Kimmel learned how to make fortune cookies:
  • Snickers will soon unleash three new flavors: fiery (flavored with chile pepper), espresso (self-explanatory), and salty & sweet (with salted caramel).
  • Harry Potter fans willing to spend $300/head can celebrate the holidays with dinner inside the Great Hall on the Warner Bros. Studio London backlot.
  • New York chef Floyd Cardoz just opened a second restaurant in Mumbai, this one called O Pedro.
  • The latest episode of YouTube food phenom Binging with Babish focuses on the “Michael Scott pretzel,” aka the 18-topping monstrosity The Office character concocted during a season-three episode.
  • Chick-fil-A is testing two new spicy menu options at limited locations: spicy chicken strips and a spicy grilled chicken sandwich.
  • Disney launched a mobile food ordering app, which allows guests to pre-order their food and pick it up later — cutting down on lines at park restaurants.

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