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Have a Nice Spray!
Have a Nice Spray!
Puttin' On The Spritz!

Oooooh, if you've been spraying 'n misting up a storm with your Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers, we've got GREAT news for you. We're officially welcoming FOUR new flavors to the Salad Spritzer lineup. Caesar Delight Vinaigrette, French Flair Vinaigrette, Asian Silk Vinaigrette and Raspberry Bliss Vinaigrette are the new sprayable dressings with just 10 - 15 calories per 10-spray serving, and we hear they ROCK as much as the first three (though we haven't tried 'em yet). If you're obsessed with salad dressing, you may need to check out, the kooky site from Wish-Bone that allows you to have an actual therapy session with their resident salad specialist, Dr. Litenspritz. You can even take the Spritz-Blot Test and the doc will analyze you. No worries, if you're not into getting to know the doctor personally, you can do other stuff like check out salad recipes and watch videos of group sessions. Yeah, seriously.

Soda, Soda...Everywhere!

Oh boy. There's lots of carbonated beverage news this week, people. First off, both Pepsi and Coke announced they'd begin listing specific info about how much caffeine their beverages contain. In addition, Pepsi is also changing the look of their cans. Oh, and Pepsi also says they'll be releasing Diet Pepsi MAX, a version of their calorie-free cola that contains EXTRA caffeine and some ginseng as well. Not to be shown up, Coke will launch Diet Coke Plus, a version of their signature diet soda that is infused with a slew of vitamins and minerals (yes, vitamin-and-mineral-packed DIET SODA!). Does anyone else find all of this ridiculous? Good.
The Latest Fizz
The Latest Fizz
Breakfast in Bed!
Breakfast in Bed!
Stuff You Didn't Know You Needed...

Pillows for Foodies - With everything from toast and pancakes to cupcakes and sushi, you will FREAK when you see this insanely adorable line of squishy pillows featuring ones shaped like your favorite foods. Warning: Extreme cuteness comes with a high price tag -- these fluffy treats are expensive.

Useful Kitchen Art - Good'll never again need to Google measurement conversions when you apply this super-helpful Equivalent Measures Wonderful Graffiti Transfer to your wall or cabinet. The bad news is you have to look at it every day.

Nuke Fat-Free Items from Scratch - This Microwave Chip/French Fries Maker ROCKS! Zap up some fatless chips and fries from potatoes, tortillas, pita bread and more. Weeeee!

The Buzz...

Krispy Kreme has launched a whole wheat donut that contains 180 calories and 11 fat grams. Their regular ones have between 200 and 380 calories and 12 - 32 grams of fat each. This is definitely more of an excuse to eat a donut than an actual healthy choice...just sayin'. ***This fall, Campbell's will launch 40 new soups, including more reduced sodium varieties that use sea salt, and even their very first organic soups. Soup sales are SOARING! ***Fatburger has added two new, healthier choices to their menu: the Veggieburger (which uses an actual Boca patty and is served on a whole wheat bun), and the Fat Salad Wedge (a hunk of lettuce with diced bacon, tomatoes and dressing). ***Food fans may enjoy, a new online network featuring tons of mini online cooking shows and food and product segments. Check it out; it's like Food Network with regular people (and slightly less entertaining shows). ***Oh, there's still plenty of time to exercise your right to vote for Dreyer's/Edy's Slow Churned Light American Idol Take The Cake ice cream. So stop wasting time and do it (we've gotta kick Hollywood Cheesecake's butt!). That's all we've got. HG out!

A Healthy Donut? Nah!
A Healthy Donut? Nah!
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