Though Little Caesars’ new “pizza portal” sounds like a wonderful machine that could magically zap you to any far-flung pizza destination you desire, the reality is that it’s just another way we humans can get our grub while not having to actually speak to each other.Pizza pizza, portal portalLittle Caesars is testing a new “Reserve-N-Ready” service — in …
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2013 - LYNBROOK PIZZA & PASTA, INC.
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By Mary Beth Quirk - Friday Aug 11, 2017
Sure, you may try to claim that “pizza is a vegetable” or that it’s healthy because you put some broccoli on top. Yes, we’re just fooling ourselves — but if one food scientist has his way, we could all be eating truly nutritious pizza in the future.Over at Abbott Laboratories — the company behind products like Ensure meal replacement …
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- One Day, One Place: Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country, B.C.
By Jeanne Cooper - Friday Jul 21, 2017
Canada’s highest concentration of wineries, in a spectacular setting that offers plenty of attractions for non-oenophiles, too.Named for the two towns at either end of 16 miles that stretch to the Washington border, Oliver Osoyoos boasts an amazing array of varietals, from Arneis to Zinfandel.First things, and First Nations, first:Start your day in Osoyoos at the Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre, open daily at 9:30 a.m. Pronounced “In-ka-meep,” which means “bottomland,” the striking center made of rammed earth focuses on the Osoyoos Indian Band, one of eight communities of the Okanagan Nation, and the flora and fauna of their desert home.Platinum Bench Estate Winery & Artisan Bread Co. makes an ideal start to wine tasting along the Black Sage Bench, the wine country’s eastern flank.Before moving here from Manitoba, co-owners Murray Jones and Fiona Duncan used to spend weekends in Napa and Sonoma after her weeklong San Francisco courses in bread making.The sandy soil, late-afternoon sun and cool evenings help Jones create big, Napa-style Syrah and Cabernet Franc, lighter Gamay Noir, crisp and fruity Pinot Gris and a citrusy Chardonnay-Viognier blend known as Mur-Fi’s White, among other wines.Be aware that Duncan’s sourdough loaves, twisted in a style known as pain d’épi, or wheat-stalk bread, and infused with local cheeses, sell out quickly.After whetting your appetite, cross over to the Golden Mile Bench, as the western flank of Oliver Osoyoos is known, for a late lunch and more wine tasting at Hester Creek Estate Winery in Oliver.Terrafina, the winery’s Tuscan-style restaurant, offers pizza, panini, pasta and, if you want to keep the tasting theme going, build-your-own boards of charcuterie and other savories.Wine lovers will want to make the short drive back to the Black Sage Bench for further tasting at Bartier Bros., an “effectively organic” winery, according to co-owner Michael Bartier.Pick up a last few phrases, and wineglasses, near the cultural center where the day began; the Nk’Mip Cellars tasting room stays open till 8 p.m. in summer.The first aboriginal-owned winery in North America (now in partnership with Fortune 500 company Constellation Brands) routinely wins Canada’s top wine honors for its premium Qwam Qwmt (“kw-em kw-empt”) collection, whose name appropriately means “achieving excellence.”Cantilevered above the grapevines and grassy amphitheater at Tinhorn Creek Vineyards, Miradoro offers sweeping vistas to the east, paired with locally sourced cuisine from one of British Columbia’s leading chefs.Six hilltop suites with kitchenettes, soaking tubs and walk-in showers, from $255, including breakfast. www.hestercreek.com/villa
- Mom unwittingly orders a truly disturbing pizza from Domino's
By Chloe Bryan - Friday Jul 14, 2017
Say what you will about None Pizza Left Beef, but at least it was intentional.
The same cannot be said for this monstrosity, which was ordered unwittingly by a mom last week, then posted to Twitter by her son B.J. Stead of the Ohio band Miss May I. (Perhaps you know them? We do not.)
Friends, here is the pizza, which is a pepperoni pizza with no sauce and no cheese. It was ordered using the Domino's app, which lets you customize a pizza within an inch of its life — making it easy for the less tech-savvy to mis-check a box or two. It also means that when Mom checked the "None" box under the "Sauce" category, no humans were around to look at a hunk of crust and meat and say, "That seems weird and bad." Read more...More about Dominos, Pizza, Culture, Web Culture, and Food