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Britney Spears' Grocery List Plus The District Has a New Owner

Plus Rick Moonen, vegan chef Mindy Poortinga and brunch.

Britney Spears
Britney Spears
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You’re dying to know what pop star Britney Spears has on her grocery list, aren’t you? The resident act at Planet Hollywood Resort shops for orange juice, Sprite, Dr Pepper, Red Bull, baby pizzas, cinnamon rolls, Capri Sun and of course SpaghettiOs. Obviously a list for her kids, not the singer.

The District at Green Valley Ranch is now completely owned by private real estate company Vestar. The company paid its joint venture partner, Rockwood Capital, $120 million to take full ownership of the 37-acre, 384,107-square-foot shopping center.

Chef Rick Moonen talks about sustainable seafood at Expo Milano 2015, the World’s Fair with the theme "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life."

Vegan chef Mindy Poortinga talks about how difficult it is to live a vegan lifestyle (it’s not). "The biggest misconception about vegan food is that it’s expensive. It’s not. Meat and dairy products are expensive. Another misconception is that sticking to a vegan diet is hard. It’s not. There are so many options available at grocery stores, and more and more vegan restaurants are popping up. But it’s like any diet: You need to plan in advance to stay on track and keep it healthy. There’s a ton of unhealthy vegan food out there."

Want a list of places to find bottomless brunch? This now-edited list included the shuttered Bar & Bistro and forgot to edit the number of places from 10 to nine. Note, most of these places don't necessarily have bottomless drinks.

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