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When Hot Sauce Literally Gives You Life— Oregon man, Jeremy Taylor, likes to go off-roading with his dog, Ally.  But Jeremy picked the wrong day late last month, and ended up stranded with Ally, in a forested area in deep snow—for five days. How did he survive? Occasional car start-ups to keep warm and—collected Hot Sauce packets from Taco Bell. Taco Bell got wind of the story and gave Jeremy a year’s worth of free eats. Surpremely Hot Sauce— Always Fits, the same brand that created Golden Girls Hot Sauce (yes, based on those Golden Girls) is back with a tribute to the women of—you guessed it—The Supreme Court. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan will all grace their own bottle of hot sauce “inspired by each woman's on-fire intellect.” Very Fishy— About one fifth of all seafood around the world is mislabeled. It’s called seafood fraud and it has been a problem for years. What’s the big deal? It’s still fish right? Well, you want to be sure what you’re eating has been legally caught, is traceable, and safe. “Seafood fraud ultimately deceives consumers who fall victim to a bait and switch, disguises conservation and health risks, and hurts honest fishermen and seafood businesses.” Be vigilant. Finally— INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY!,