10 Worst Brunch Foods for Your Diet
While french toast isn’t usually high in calories (unless it’s stuffed!), it is packed with sugar, so it shouldn’t be any surprise that it’s bad for you. If you’re dousing it in maple syrup, butter, and whipped cream it’s even worse. Two slices of plain french toast made at home is only 250 to 300 calories, but restaurant style french toast can be as much as 700 calories or mo
You know these aren’t healthy for you—at all. But they taste so darn good! If you need some tough love to help keep you from chowing down on that cinnamony goodness, consider what it’s made out of: white flour, sugar, butter, cinnamon, and cream cheese or powdered sugar-based icing. Just one of these can set you back as little as 350 and as many as 800 calories.
15 Weirdest Things Found Inside A Shark’s Stomach
In the first recorded instance of this ever happening, a Greenland shark (which can grow up to 20 feet long) was discovered with the remains of a full grown polar bear in it’s stomach. Though scientists surmise that the polar bear may have been already dead or at least sick when the shark grabbed it, it’s still an amazing find!
In 1823, fisherman were cutting up a shark and found a large cannonball in it’s stomach. Their best guess is that the shark had eaten a person that had been murdered by having a cannonball attached to their leg to make them sink. That guy had a really bad day!
12 Rarest and Most Expensive Alcohols
1947 Cheval Blanc ($135,125)
The 1947 Cheval Blanc has been unofficially crowned as the greatest wine of the last 100 years. While it’s not quite the most expensive wine ever made, it is regarded as possibly the best tasting Bordeaux. The good taste is ironic considering that 1947 was filled with a poor crop and hot weather that threatened the fermentation process.
1787 Chateau Lafite ($156,000)
While the actual wine in this bottle of 1787 Chateau Lafite has almost certainly spoiled, the age of the wine and owner of the bottle made it extremely valuable. The initials “Th. J.” are etched into the front of the bottle, which was the marking of President Thomas Jefferson. This was his personal bottle of wine from just after the American Revolutionary War!