- As the nostalgia economy continues to boom, Queer Eye is about to be back on the air. The series that made Ted Allen a celebrity in the food universe is getting a Netflix reboot that will debut on February 7. Taking Allen’s place in the new Fab Five is Antoni Porowski, an actor who served as Allen’s personal chef at one point. Take a first look at the new series via the trailer above.
- Having already fixed up the whole of Waco, Texas, Chip and Joanna Gaines, founders of the Church of Shiplap, are planning to revamp their backyard garden. The couple’s forthcoming HGTV special, smartly titled Chip and Joanna’s Family Garden Project, will see them create a new space filled with produce and free-range chickens. The special is scheduled to premiere February 13.
- For millennials who need a stiff drink because they have thrown away all of their savings on avocado toast, someone has created an avocado toast cocktail.
- Taking cues from all of those hot-beverage lawsuits, a mother and daughter defended themselves against a couple of carjackers by pouring 7-11 hot chocolate on the assailants. The suspects are still at large.
- A grocery store chain in the United Kingdom is looking to hire a “chicken nugget connoisseur.” Someone should tell the company about this YouTube critic who would be perfect for the job.
- Speaking of nuggets, corporate poultry giant Tyson is giving away watch-like, wrist-anchored dipping sauce containers.
- Starbucks has settled a lawsuit that aimed to prevent the shutter of 77 of the company’s Teavana stores. The settlement details have not been made public.
- We’re coming up on the 10th anniversary of Breaking Bad’s premiere, so super fans in New Mexico are bringing back a pop-up that celebrates the fictitious Los Pollos Hermanos restaurant.
- Not much to add to this headline: “Swiss town denies passport to Dutch vegan because she is ‘too annoying.’”
- And finally, Jimmy Fallon has introduced a Tonight Show-themed flavor for those new Ben & Jerry’s pint slices.
Watch the Trailer for Netflix’s ‘Queer Eye’ Reboot
Plus, Chip and Joana Gaines are growing produce and raising chickens in their new HGTV special