Month: July 2021

Android 13’s dessert codename might be Tiramisu

Tiramisu is a deliciously simple Italian dessert made from coffee-infused ladyfingers and whipped mascarpone and/or cream, but it could also be the internal codename for the next version of Android. That’s if a new commit reported by XDA Developers is to be believed. “Rename T to Tiramisu,” the note reads, in what XDA notes is the first public mention of a dessert-based codename for Android 13, expected to release next year.

Up until Android 10, each version of Google’s mobile OS had both a version number and a dessert-based name, which progressed alphabetically with each new release. Android 4

Read More

11 Healthier Fast-Food Breakfast Options

Making time for a healthy breakfast when you have a busy schedule isn’t always possible. Sometimes, you may therefore find yourself at the closest drive-through, grabbing something on your way to work.

Fast food is often thought of as unhealthy, and for good reason — most options will cost you lots of calories, saturated fat, added sugar, and sodium. Fortunately, healthier choices are available.

We researched popular fast-food restaurants to find you 11 healthier fast-food breakfast options.

If you’re looking to monitor your calorie intake, there are several options out there.

These two breakfasts are both under 300 calories. Keep

Read More

Starbucks Workers Overwhelmed with a 22-Drink Order by a ‘Karen’

A TikTok video shows young Starbucks workers overwhelmed with a 22-drink order by a “Karen” in California.

The video, posted by barista @sarai.camp0s, has been viewed 1.5 million times. Comments are turned off, which suggest some hate likely leaked into the discussion. The caption says, “Oh, just a regular day working at Starbucks #starbucks #wequit.”

“I guess Karen’s little sister ordered today,” she wrote on the overlay, showing the first of a 22-drink order for a “Katie.”

Per the drink stickers, the order is an Uber Eats delivery from late June from a Starbucks in Hayward, California.

In the

Read More

FAO head urges G20 to invest in a healthy planet for healthy food |

In his appeal to G20 environment ministers, the Director-General of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Qu Dongyu, highlighted the challenge of having to produce more food while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. 

“Today, humanity faces a triple planetary crisis of biodiversity loss, climate crisis and the impact of the pandemic”, he said. “To have healthy food, we need a healthy environment”. 

Read More

Milwaukee Food Truck Fest sells out

The first-of-its-kind MKE Food Truck Fest sold out Saturday, July 24 – the first “fest” at Henry Maier Festival Park since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

There is a foodie in everyone, and OnMilwaukee’s inaugural Food Truck Fest was a one-stop shop for a blast to the tastebuds.

“We have offerings from Peruvian food to cheese curds to lemonade to ice cream,” said Molly Snyder with OnMilwaukee. “It’s really

Read More

Cudahy teen cake art phenom baking up a storm

CUDAHY — A Cudahy teen has the special skill of creating incredible cake art, and she is a serial entrepreneur. Meet 18-year-old Zohay Schwab.

“I’ve always liked to bake. I’ve done it since I was younger,” Zoe Schwab, the owner of ZoMazing Cakes, said.

While she has been baking most of her life, she started selling her cakes in July 2020. Her dad posted a picture of a cake she baked on Facebook, and it got some attention. A few more posts later and Zohay was inundated with customers.

“Yea, it’s turned into something I never expected it to

Read More

Ridiculously easy dump-and-bake desserts

Ridiculously easy dump-and-bake desserts

Lacey Muszynski

Read More

Find local, healthy Alabama food and farmers market

Locally produced food is not too far away, and the new Sweet Grown Alabama website can help you find it.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — If you’re looking to buy locally grown products, Sweet Grown Alabama can help you find them.

The state’s agricultural branding program launched a new online searchable database and website to make it easier to find farmers in the Tennessee Valley and beyond and the fresh products they have to sell. 

There are 23 farms listed in North Alabama from Florence to Cullman. 

Each farmer’s profile features products, location, social media, their website, and how to purchase items.

Read More