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Sam Adams Dinner, New Wine Study, Receipt Guilt and Cutest Keychain Ever in Today's Eater's Digest

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Sam Adams Beer Dinner
RSVP now for tomorrow's specialty beer dinner at The Phoenician Resort. Enjoy a multi-course meal of traditional favorites prepared by Executive Chef Paul Carter and paired with select beers from Sam Adams for just $40 per person. The dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. May 21st in the Phoenician Clubhouse Breezeway. Reservations are required. Call 480-423-2530

Drink Up... or Not.
According to a new study done by none other then the French, it turns out that people who drink moderate amounts of alcohol are still indeed healthier, but it may have nothing to do with the actual alcohol. After researching 150,000 men and women, the results showed that people who have a glass or two of wine a day generally have better exercise habits and eat healthier then those who don't drink or drink in excess. Read the full story here.

Receipt Guilt
A new concept in counting calories is in full swing at Pacific Northwest fast food chain Burgerville. The chain restaurant, already known for using local and in-season products whenever possible, is now posting the nutritional information, such as calories and fat content, right on the receipt. The new receipts will also offer you "Tips" on cutting calories, such as swapping a salad for fries. Take a look at the new receipt here.

Cutest Key-chain Ever
We are completely enamored with this freaking cute little Pudding Key-chain from She.Likes.Cute. This little plush guy (unless we get to him first!) or one of her many other cute key-chains can be yours by clicking here.

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Shannon Armour
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