Site of the Day: Bacon Today

What could be better than a site devoted to the candy of meats. bacon. They have some amazing recipes such as Butterscotch & Bourbon Ice Cream With Bacon & Butter Toffee Chips and Chocolate Covered Bacon

 

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Today’s Freebie: Free Instant Chai Tea

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Freebie: 2 Borba Drink Mix Packets

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Freebie: Better Oats

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You’ve got to try Better Oats™. If you’ve been settling for ordinary oatmeal then you’re in for a treat because Better Oats is… better! Try us FREE and see for yourself.

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Site of the Day: Ramenbox.com

If like most of us, you find yourself eating a lot of Ramen, this site is a lifesaver. You haven’t had ramen if all you have had is what’s available at your local grocery store. Ramenbox has over 50 kinds of premium instant noodles to choose from. Delivered to your door.

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Site of the Day – Where the Locals Eat

At chain restaurants, you know what you’re getting. You know the prices and what the food will be like. They are also easy to find. Locally owned restaurants are always question marks. Some are great. Others, not so much. How can you tell ahead of time?

Where The Locals Eat is a good start.

Where the Locals Eat gather opinions of critics and local media, trusted friends, site visitors, and bloggers – emphasizing locally owned favorites rather than chains. They do the research for you. So, if you see a restaurant listed on Where The Locals Eat, you know it’s good!

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