For dog owners, we all know how it can be when you are trying to eat and you have a set of eyes tracking you at all times waiting for that scrap of whatever you have. It can be annoying or comical depending on the situation.
Jeanne discovered that a national fast food chain is rolling out a pop tart ice cream sandwich as a dessert item. Excited about the tasty possibilities, she decided to pick up supplies to try to make our own and try them out during the morning show.
The genius behind this should get an award. And ice cream that helps you beat influenza? Sign me up! One of the flavors from Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams includes Influenza Sorbet! You may want to keep this one away from the kids though. Apparently this one boasts the flu-fighting powers of cayenne pepper, ginger, Maker's Mark bourbon, honey, orange and lemon juices.
We have all been to a game of some sort where we see "That Guy" who is way over served and making a scene. Hopefully it is more of a hilarious nature like the now infamous Vikings Fan by the name of Justin.
In fact, they’re calling for a boycott of the ice cream, whose name pays tribute to a ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch in which Alec Baldwin plays Pete Schweddy, a man who makes popcorn, rum and cheese balls.
One Million Moms’ statement, released Wednesday, states:
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