Get a Free Tiny Cast-Iron Wok
Plus the return of the KFC Double Down and scalping Girl Scout cookies
Sizzling Shrimp in a Tiny Cast Iron Wok
If you’re hankering for some sizzling shrimp this Thursday, why not head over to Panda Express. On Thursday, March 9 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. while supplies last), the fast-casual restaurant will serve its sizzling shrimp dish in a limited-edition cast iron mini wok created by Lodge Cast Iron (a $30 value). The wok is available in 10 cities, including New York City, Miami, and Atlanta. Find a full list of restaurants here.
The Return of the Double Down
KFC has revived the Double Down and people are losing their minds. The sandwich (is it a sandwich if there’s no bread?) consists of two extra crispy white meat filets, two slices of cheese, two pieces of hickory-smoked bacon, with either mayo or spicy sauce. This heart-attack-inducing sandwich was introduced in 2010, with more than 10 million sandwiches sold in the first month. KFC brought this Frankensandwich back in 2014. It remained dormant until yesterday, when it was unleashed upon the earth again. If you want to try the Double Down, you have four weeks to do so — the Double Down is available for a limited time only.
Girl Scout Cookies are Being Scalped on Ebay
If you’ve tried to get tickets to Madonna, Springsteen, or Beyonce recently, you know that resale prices are completely out of hand. But did you know that people are also scalping cookies? The Girl Scouts of America issued a statement regarding their displeasure over people buying up all the new flavor of Girls Scouts cookies only to turn around and resell them. People reported that the new Raspberry Rally flavor of cookies are popping up on eBay, with single packages going for $25 and up. Some sellers are even bundling 20 packages for upwards of $450.”
Celebrate Heartburn’s 40th Anniversary With This Dish
Nora Ephron’s novel about divorce, Heartburn, turns 40 this year. The book, which was made into a movie starring Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson, offers a fictional take on Ephron’s own divorce from journalist Carl Bernstein. In the Wall Street Journal, author Sutanya Dacres shares her thoughts on divorce and being single, while offering a recipe for what she says is the best dish to make to survive heartbreak.