There may be a new reason to take caution with extremely hot coffee. The World Health Organization (WHO) announced yesterday that drinking very hot beverages may cause cancer. The organization classified drinks served at 65ºC, about 149ºF, or higher as probably carcinogenic to humans.
This weekend, for the first time in over eighty years, New Yorkers can drink before noon at Sunday brunch. On Tuesday, Governor Andrew M.
As someone who has held my fair share of tableside photo shoots with a slice of avocado toast, I’ve never been happier to read a scientific study than this one. It turns out that people who take photos of experiences enjoy them more than those who are strictly photo-free, contrary to what all the haters might think, and that extends to brunch as much as vacations.