- Frosé (aka frozen rosé, aka the official beverage of summer as long as summer continues to exist) is headed to a couple of Taco Bell’s hip Cantina locations. The chain plans to test a “berry frosé twisted freeze” this summer at its Cantina locations in Newport Beach, California, and Dearborn, Illinois. The beverage will run $7.99 in Newport Beach and $5.49 in Dearborn, according to a press release, and T-Bell hopes it will serve as the perfect refreshment to get a buzz on while digging into some Doritos-flavored hard tacos.
- Season 2 of Netflix’s Queer Eye reboot is still a week away from its premiere, but the Fab Five guys are already filming Season 3. The quintet departed Atlanta and was recently spotted in the small Australian town of Yass. Grooming expert Jonathan must be thrilled. Yasssss.
- Oreo is releasing five new flavors, and even though there’s no way to top the classic chocolate wafer with creme filling, these actually don’t sound terrible. Be on the lookout for Good Humor strawberry shortcake, rocky road trip, peppermint bark, chocolate peanut butter pie, and pistachio thins.
- Look out, Ikea, Target is coming for you with a new line of minimalist cookware.
- IHOP — the International House of Pancakes — must be in need of some headlines, because it plans to change its name to “IHOb” next week. The chain remains mum on what the “b” means.
- For those Sex and the City diehards who want to skip the expensive tours and prefer self-guided excursions to the girls’ old haunts, here are all of the restaurants that appeared on the show and are still open.
- After an off-duty FBI agent accidentally shot someone while breakdancing at a Denver bar, proving armed dancing is a bad idea, the establishment issued a statement: “The whole team at Mile High Spirits is praying for the victim’s quick recovery, and he’s welcome at Mile High Spirits to enjoy complimentary drinks forever.” That’s a pretty good silver lining.
- In Singapore, restaurants seem to be dressing up for the forthcoming summit between United States President Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un.
- What’s it like to be a restaurant health inspector? The New York Times tagged along for a day on the job to find out.
- The Times profiles Maguy Le Coze, co-owner of New York City’s three-Michelin-star seafood house Le Bernardin.
- A new Israeli startup is peddling a beverage called O.Vine, which is wine-infused water that doesn’t contain any alcohol. Why does this exist?
- America’s maple-syrup professionals are not happy with the Food and Drug Administration’s new “added sugar” labels. The authentic product does not contain added sugar, but the FDA still wants to slap it with a label to let consumers know consuming maple syrup will add sugar to their diets.
- Finally, some scientists are bringing bitter flavors together in new and innovative ways. Broccoli coffee is now available in Australia to help lachanophobes get their daily dose of greens.
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