When it comes to culture, we’re interested in lots of it… music, art, sports, and most of all, food. Here’s what we’re into this week:

1. How I Almost Died Pretending to Be a Vegetarian in College | Vice

It can be hard growing out of childhood habits, and admitting you’re maybe not so vegetarian anymore can be extra rough. No worries, no matter what you eat you’ve just gotta own it. Maybe you’ll take a steak, maybe you’ll take a salad. Just take a deep breath and a big bite.

2. Eating Ice Cream For Breakfast Makes You Smarter | Thrillist

Bye bye bacon and coffee. Move over waffles. See you later oatmeal. It’s all about the ice cream now. Studies have shown that people who eat ice cream for breakfast scored higher on mental exercise tests than the Scrambled-Egg-Sallys who opted for a regular morning meal. So pass the carton of chocolate chip cookie-dough, or do we want cookies and creme?

3. A Superior Chicken Soup | The New York Times

There might not be snow yet, but we’re gearing up for some serious blizzard blowouts. When the cold comes in we’ll be putting this chicken soup on the table. Warning: pairs perfectly with friends, family, and a good book. Insert warm happy feelings only a bowl of soup and love can provide.

4. Food-Focused App Nom Aims To Combine Best Parts Of Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat | Food Republic

Social media and food go together like hummus and pita or Beyonce and Jay-Z, so why did it take so long for this new app to appear on the scene. Chat, connect, and go live through Nom. Sound familiar? Here’s the catch- drool worthy bites only. Broadcasting live in 3…2…1.

5. RV Adventures in the Sawtooth Mountains | Huckberry

Nothing like the open road, a house on wheels, and a camera to document it all. We’re talking pure paradise- alpines as far as the eye can see. Because home is where you park it and we’re all ready to go.