Oh no! Not another French Toast Alert!

If you went to the supermarket today, chances are that certain aisles and shelves are practically empty. We just had a quick shot of snow here in Sussex County and local homes are firing up the kitchens with a seemingly endless supply of pancakes, French Toast, scrambled eggs and maybe bread pudding.

But what if you had a power outage? What do you do then with all that "necessities" that you waited in line for over an hour just to bring home those food items, except the bacon?

There's a great article that was published on Psychology Today's website a couple of years ago. It's a great read and might help explain why people go completely mad at the thought of an impending winter storm heading one's way...read about it in the link below.

Panic-Shopping: The Psychology of the Bread-Milk-Eggs Rush


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