Plus: Pixar’s new short film about a Chinese dumpling, the Pioneer Woman’s hotel, and the controversy behind Heinz’s “Mayochup” condiment.
The EWG just released the 2018 list for the “dirty dozen” — the produce that has the most pesticide contamination, and you should always buy organic. The worst offender? Strawberries. [CNN]
Watch the trailer for Pixar’s new short film “Bao” which follows the story of a Chinese dumpling. [BBC]
The Pioneer Woman’s new hotel room — the Boarding House — opened up for reservations this week, and the first six months sold out in just 30 minutes. [People]
Heinz sparked a controversy this week with their “Mayochup” condiment, which is essentially just mayonnaise and ketchup mixed together. [Washington Post]
Martha Stewart has a new gig as a judge on Chopped, and you know her commentary is going to be so good. [Food & Wine]
A man ate the world’s hottest pepper and ended up in the hospital with an awful headache. [New York Times]