As the second wave of the pandemic ravages the country, in a gesture of solidarity, the government of Kenya sent over tonnes of coffee, tea and other consumables for our Covid-19 frontline warriors as a means to provide a “refreshing break” during these tough times. The East African country has sent 12 tonnes of its famed coffee and tea products apart from groundnuts that is produced locally, and was handed over to the Indian Red Cross Society. According to the Vice-Chairman (Maharashtra branch) of the Indian Red Cross Society, Homi Khusrokhan, the donation is a symbol of empathy that the
Jason and Charlie Nuttall-Fiske, proprietors of Bubby’s Jewish Soul Food, will bring a taste of Jewish fare to the Alamo City this fall via recipes from their family archives.
Naturally, that will include some from their very own bubbies, or grandmothers.
The married business partners unveiled plans for the restaurant, located at 12730 NW Military
The new partnerhship Kaukau 4 Keiki will provide healthy food during the summer for children living in rural areas of Hawaiʻi.
Weekly breakfast and lunch meal kits will be provided for children 18-and-under in rural communities with zip codes starting with “967″. The weekly meal kits will be available from June 7 for Oʻahu and June 14 for neighbor islands. The program runs through July 31.
“It’s difficult for children in some areas
Louise Davies has been a vegetarian for 45 years, but an incident at McDonald’s left her feeling “betrayed.”
Davies went through the drive-thru with her 11-year-old daughter and ordered a Veggie Deluxe burger. Though, she soon realized the burger contained an actual chicken fillet. According to Gloucestershire Live, she immediately vomited and couldn’t eat for another 12 hours due to feeling unwell.
“I immediately was sick because I haven’t eaten meat in over 40 years. The texture and everything…I just had to rush to the toilet,” Davies said, according to Gloucestershire Live. “That’s the effect meat will have
Corter Coffee Roasters has been slowly taking over the Inertia Coffee shop location in Colorado Springs, Colorado, after the latter business had essentially run its course.
The move came slightly sooner than anticipated for Corter Coffee Roasters Founders Kevin and Johanna Corter, who after about a year of roasting reached out to their friends at Inertia Coffee for general advice on starting a retail shop.
“I called to inquire about opening my own store and wanted to know about cost