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Turn it Up Tonight at the BOP and Pecan Bites in Today's Eater's Digest


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Hungry for your early morning serving of food news, with no preservatives or additives?

Make Some Noise at the BOP

Your Monday night just got a  little bit better thanks to a little pub that we had nearly forgotten about. Last Monday, The British Open Pub, a.k.a the BOP, launched their new Monday night special "Turn it Up, Monday". Every Monday (like tonight!)  for just $5 you can slam all the domestic beer and well drinks you can fit in your belly between 8 and 9 p.m. After that, DJ Reflekshin will start kickin' out the '80s jams till close. Check out the BOP's Facebook page to keep up with all the Monday night action. 


Pecan Bites

These look like they could be dangerous. Tiny bite-sized cinnamon rolls topped with crunchy pecan halves could possibly be the ultimate diet killer but we'll go ahead and risk it because they just look so good! Check out the recipe for this and tons of other scrumptious looking cakes here.  

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