IHOP's New Restaurant Chain Just Opened Its First Location

IHOP is going casual and convenient for on-the-go customers. The popular dine-in chain's new fast-casual concept Flip'd is finally here, with the first physical location opening next week in Lawrence, Kan. The new brand, which has been in the works since 2019 , will be serving fresh, made-to-order, on-the-go breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, and will have a heavier emphasis on takeout meals than IHOP. To that end, the new chain will be serving some of IHOP's staple menu items, like pancakes and eggs, in portable packaging. But Flip'd will also offer some brand new options, like grab-and-go salads and wraps. RELATED: IHOP Is Opening a New Brand of Restaurants This Year Here's a look at the full menu. Signature Pancake Bowls (with customization option) – served in a bowl to enjoy on the go and finished with toppings like fresh berries and sauces or savory ingredients including scrambled eggs, Hickory Smoked bacon pieces and Jack and cheddar cheeses. Build

Secret Effects of Eating Green Beans, Says Science

If you are a green bean lover, then you are in good company. Whether you call them string beans, snap beans, or classic green beans, these veggies are one of the most popular veggies to eat in the US.—the 4th most popular vegetable overall if you want to get specific. Enjoyed in a green bean casserole during Thanksgiving time, sauteed with extra-virgin olive oil and garlic on a busy weeknight, or simply noshed on raw, these yummy veggies are incredibly versatile and economical to boot. And when it comes to nutrition, these veggies are no slouch. From vitamin C to iron to heart-healthy magnesium, green beans are definitely considered a nutritional powerhouse. When you enjoy green beans, here are some health effects that you may experience. Read on, and for more on how to eat healthy, don't miss 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now . 1 You may have healthy bowel movements. Fiber and healthy bowel movements go hand-in-hand, as eating enough dietary fiber can help keep bow

If You Feel This, Get Tested for COVID, Says CDC

The Delta variant of the coronavirus has mutated to become more contagious—as easy to catch as chickenpox, experts now say. At the same time, the most common symptoms of COVID seem to be changing, and a new symptom is most frequently reported. Read on to find out more—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You May Have Already Had COVID . 1 How Symptoms Are Changing In the first waves of the pandemic, cough, shortness of breath, and the loss of taste or smell were the hallmark symptoms of COVID-19 infection. Things seem to be a bit different with the Delta variant. "It seems like cough and loss of smell are less common," Dr. Inci Yildirim, a Yale Medicine infectious diseases specialist , said last week. "And headache, sore throat, runny nose, and fever are present based on the most recent surveys in the UK." RELATED: Sure Signs You've Already Had COVID, Says Mayo Clinic 2 The UK Study Those survey

Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond Reveals the One Snack She Banished to Help Her Lose 60 Pounds

A lot of fans thought Pioneer Woman star Ree Drummond looked great even before she underwent a significant weight loss transformation… however, like a lot of us, the Food Network host has said she reached a point when it felt clear she wasn't at her best. As she's just shared in an interview, that moment hit precisely when one of her go-to snacks suddenly turned too indulgent. Keep reading to find out which snack the Pioneer Woman says she cut out to lose weight . Also, don't miss The Worst Eating Habits For Your Metabolism, Say Experts . Ree Drummond has seen serious weight loss success. In an interview that aired Wednesday on Entertainment Tonight , Ree Drummond dished on her recent weight loss. The blogger-turned-cooking show host, who's also a mom of four, revealed to ET that she'd "hit rock bottom" and knew it was time to get disciplined. "I have a cooking show, I write cookbooks, I have a cooking website," Drummond said. "

This Is America's #1 Most Craveable Fast-Food Taco, New Data Says

Tacos are one of the pillars of American fast food. They're cheap, versatile when it comes to protein and add-ons, and all-around some of our favorite items when fast-food cravings hit. Moreover, as many as 15% of chain restaurants, some of which don't even specialize in Mexican fare, serve them—a testament to their overall popularity. When it comes to the most craveable fast-food taco, customers usually have strong opinions on their favorites. Thanks to a new data set published by research company Technomic and reported by Restaurant Business , we can now gauge how our own personal favorites line up with the votes of other taco-lovers. Here are the taco chains that were voted as serving America's most craveable tacos right now. For more, check out The Unhealthiest Restaurant Tacos—Ranked . 5 Taco John's The generously stuffed beef tacos at Taco John's are a hit with customers who are in the market for a well-portioned meal. RELATED: Don't forget to

8 Amazing Secrets About Avocados You Never Knew

Man does not live by bread alone; he needs toast. And, apparently, not just any toast— avocado toast . Americans are avocado obsessed. Consumption has tripled in the past 20 years according to the USDA, and now we're eating the buttery fruit to the tune of 7 pounds per person per year. Some of us are eating much more, like, every day. You? In honor of National Guacamole Day, which we celebrate every September 16, here are the 20 Best Guacamole Recipes Ever  and 8 reasons to eat this stunning fruit every day. Here's what happens to your body when you eat avocados every day. And for more info about the benefits of eating healthy foods regularly, check out  What Happens to Your Body When You Drink a Smoothie Every Day . 1 You may lose weight Because avocados are high in fiber and healthy monounsaturated fats like those found in olive oil, they are highly satiating. A half an avocado contains 10 grams of monounsaturated fats and 5 grams of fiber. Overweight adults who a

These Two Popular Grocery Chains Are Closing Earlier Due to the Delta Variant

Shoppers will now have to shop at two regional grocery stores earlier than normal due to new closing times. Both Harris Teeter and Publix are now closing their doors for the night at 9 p.m. in several states. With hurricanes , shortages , and the pandemic, this isn't the first time grocery stores have taken a step back on the road to opening "normally." But both companies have confirmed the news. Here's what you need to know. (And before your next shopping run, here is why Grocery Prices Will Continue to Spike .) All Harris Teeter stores are operating with the new hours. Harris Teeter just implemented the change and all stores in Washington D.C, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia are now open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., according to an alert on its website. However, it did confirm that the change began Sept. 15 and will last until further notice—but that it is temporary. There's no word yet on when the hours w

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