- Copenhagen is not only a bastion of Scandinavian cuisine, it’s home to the world’s most expensive bottle of vodka. Or, it was. Someone recently stole the bottle, which is made of gold, silver, and diamonds; was featured on the British House of Cards; and is valued at $1.3 million, from a bar in the city. Danish police are investigating.
- Food Network host/restaurateur/cookbook author Ayesha Curry received the Nightline treatment on Wednesday, giving viewers and inside look at her cooking and lifestyle empire. Curry is married to NBA superstar Steph Curry, but she has no plans to call herself an “NBA wife”: “I don’t think I’ll ever call myself that,” she told Nightline co-anchor Juju Chang. “I mean, I don’t think my husband would call himself ‘chef’s wife.’”
- Canadian coffee and doughnut operation Tim Horton’s is extremely profitable, but those profits aren’t necessarily benefitting employees at the chain’s restaurants. A location in Ontario, owned by the son and daughter of the chain’s co-founders, is severely cutting benefits in response to a minimum wage hike.
- That Italian chef who spiked vegan meals with non-vegan ingredients has decided to resign. She had received death threats after bragging about her sinister acts on the internet.
- General Mills is mashing up some of its most popular cereals. Soon sugar fiends will be able to indulge in Lucky Charms and Frosted Flakes poured from the same box.
- Cadbury is making limited-edition white chocolate eggs for the upcoming Easter holiday in the United Kingdom. Find one, and you’ll win 100 pounds ($130).
- And finally, a 41-year-old woman thought she had been living with Crohn’s disease for six years. But, upon further inspection, doctors discovered she actually had a piece of a Heinz ketchup packet lodged in her intestine. They removed the packet, and her symptoms disappeared.
Someone Stole a $1.3 Million Bottle of Vodka
Plus, Ayesha Curry gave fans a look at her cooking and lifestyle empire
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