The jury is out on whether these luminous pastries actually look delicious or totally off-putting, but they’re currently blowing up Instagram in the only place they’re currently being sold: Sydney. Unlike most other stunt foods (I’m looking at you, pasta doughnuts) these treats have a good reason for existing — they’re a special edition made especially for a neon light-focused street art festival in Sydney.
Remember when you could get beer, wine, and tapas at Starbucks? Or fancy La Boulange pastries? Here’s a look back at the coffee giant’s forays into food as they’re preparing to launch a new venture with mini-chain Snap Kitchen in Austin. Perhaps the 14th time (?) is the charm.
Starbucks’s much hyped Unicorn Frappuccino broke the internet briefly back in April, but was only available for a few days. Since then, a technicolor torrent of Lisa Frankenfoods has been unleashed on Instagram, and this mess of rainbow-colored sugar cookie dough, sprinkles, and cotton candy is the latest.
For what it’s worth, I’m old enough to remember when this
monstrosity dessert would have just been called a cookie cake.
The Department of Labor just rolled back an Obama-era legal recommendation that attempted to clarify the nuances in employee and employer relationships. It’s a decision that’s going to make it that much harder for fast-food workers (and employees of other major corporations with franchised businesses) to fight for benefits and a livable wage.
Think pulled-pork sandwiches stuffed with kimchi, miso-injected brisket, and smoky gochujang ribs. It’s exquisite.
Springfield Cuisine is ‘gramming all the show’s most iconic dishes, including Steamed Hams, Khlav Kalash, and the Ribwich. It’s a perfectly cromulent account.