Jori Ayers

Jori Ayers is a Staff Writer at Grit Daily based in Tampa, Florida. She was formerly with the editorial team at Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine.

Disney Plus Releases New Cooking Competition Trailer

Disney Plus has just released a trailer for the cooking show that you have to see. Who doesn’t enjoy an occasional sitting on the couch and binge-watch session of a cooking competition? Related: Disney Plus Announces It Has 28.6 Million Subscribers Already From Master Chef, Chopped and my personal favorite The Great British Bake Off, Disney Plus’ new cooking competition will surely be on the list of the most popular cooking shows. Get your popcorn, blankets, and even your spatulas ready...

Snapchat Launches Mental Health Feature

We live in an age where everything revolves around social media, and anyone and everyone can get away with anything when it comes to social media. No matter where you go, you will most likely see a person looking down glued to their phone, and if they aren’t texting, then they are scrolling through their social media platforms. According to recent studies, roughly 45% of the world’s population uses social media, with an average of 2 hours and 23 minutes spent per day on social...

New Nicotine-like Meat Patch Helps Fight Your Bacon Cravings

Once in a while, you will turn on your tv to find commercials advertising nicotine patches for smokers who are trying to quit. Typically, these commercials show people placing the sticky substance onto their arm as nicotine replacement therapy. Recently, a new product has released something similar, but it’s not something you see advertised on the regular. That’s where the meat patch comes in. Have you ever heard of a scratch-and-sniff meat patch? No? Well, here’s your chance to...

Andrew Zimmern Announces Show That Looks at Politics Through the Eyes of Food

Food extraordinaire and four-time James Beard-winning chef and restaurateur Andrew Zimmern is coming back to the screen but with a different view on his expertise of food. Well known for his infamous cockroach crunchin’ Travel Channel series Bizarre Foods, Zimmern is taking a different approach to the food. Instead of the usual tarantula and worms, he is now taking a more serious approach with food. Zimmern took to Instagram to announce his new food show that will be airing on a place you...

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