A few days ago, Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream released Strawberry Pretzel Pie ice cream "specially made for Dolly Parton." Of course, anything to do with the queen of country music and the fairy godmother of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine pretty much broke the internet. I Eat La.: Roast beef makes a mouthwatering entrée, and don't forget the deviled eggs It seems all the fuss is about the crust. Jeni's is currently sold out of the ice cream, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy Strawberry Pretzel Pie, so here's my recipe. Not ice cream, but certainly delicious. It's a cool combination of classic gelled strawberry pie and no-bake cheesecake. The pretzel crust holding up this layered dessert adds a lovely, salty surprise. Because we can’t have just pie for dinner (or can we?), I cooked some pork ribs I picked up at the farmers market. I Eat La.: This red snapper courtbouillon will fill your kitchen with delectable aromas These tomato-braised country-style ribs turn out … [Read more...] about I Eat La.: Dolly Parton’s ice cream is sold out, but you can still enjoy Strawberry Pretzel Pie
In brief: Given everything that happened with Cyberpunk 2077, one might think CD Projekt Red would want to let the game slowly fade into the background so it can concentrate on new ventures. Joint CEO Adam Kiciński, however, has other plans. Speaking to Reuters , Kiciński said, “I don’t see an option to shelve Cyberpunk 2077. We are convinced that we can bring the game to such a state that we can be proud of it and therefore successfully sell it for years to come.” Cyberpunk 2077, as we know, was one of the most anticipated and hyped games of all time; an RPG from the same studio that brought us The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt had a lot to live up to. Despite selling over 13 million copies in ten days and beating Fallout 4’s concurrent player record for a single-player game, Cyberpunk 2077 was rife with technical problems that were even worse on the PS4 and Xbox One. The disastrous launch saw CD Projekt Red’s shares drop 30 percent during the first week of release and multiple … [Read more...] about CD Projekt Red says it won’t give up on Cyberpunk 2077
But amid the disappointment felt on the Red Bull pit wall in the aftermath of Max Verstappen’s defeat to Lewis Hamilton, there was an underlying optimism that this could be its best chance of a title assault in nine seasons. Hamilton may have outfoxed Verstappen in the closing stages with his defence at Turn 4, taking advantage of the change in policing to track limits instigated by Red Bull, but he was under no illusions of the deficit Mercedes faces. “I’m pretty sure we've got to do better," Hamilton said. "We've got to be smarter, and how we navigate through our weekends with the fact that we don't have the fastest car at the moment. "But that's all good for me. I don't mind having to pull out extra in order to make the difference." Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes W12, Sergio Perez, Red Bull Racing RB16B Photo by: Mark Sutton / Motorsport Images Bahrain may have seemed like a bullet dodged for Mercedes, but is also represents a missed opportunity for Red Bull. … [Read more...] about Is Imola a must-win for Red Bull to break Verstappen’s Italy curse?
President Biden Joe Biden IRS to roll out payments for ,000 child tax credit in July Capitol Police told not to use most aggressive tactics in riot response, report finds Biden to accompany first lady to appointment for 'common medical procedure' MORE is trying to show he’s open to bipartisan deal-making on his infrastructure proposal, but he’ll have to address divisions in his own party first. Democrats are already at odds over the size of the sprawling package, how to pay for it and what should be included. Here are five hurdles Democrats face in getting a bill to Biden’s desk. ADVERTISEMENT How long to wait for bipartisanship Biden promised to work with Republicans legislatively during his 2020 campaign, and on Monday he hosted a bipartisan group of lawmakers at the White House to talk about the infrastructure plan. The outreach effort is being hailed by moderate Democrats who face pressure to be, or at least appear, bipartisan in crafting … [Read more...] about Five hurdles Democrats face to pass an infrastructure bill
Nigel Farage has criticised the “taxpayer-funded indoctrination of our children” after reports that the iconic BBC children’s educational programme Blue Peter was encouraging children to “go meat free”. Blue Peter has been a staple of British after-school viewing since 1958, with children undertaking tasks to obtain the much-coveted blue badge. The badges can be used to gain free entry to hundreds of attractions in the UK. The BBC programme recently launched a green badge initiative for children who are “climate heroes” and do such things as switching off lights or stopping using single-use plastic bottles. However, the programme garnered criticism for encouraging children to “go meat free”, according to The Times . The “go meat free” message had appeared on a screen during an episode, at the same time a host saying “or choose a meat-free meal”. The teacher told the children: “There are so many gender identities. So we know we have got male and female, but there … [Read more...] about ‘Taxpayer-Funded Indoctrination’: Farage Slams BBC Children’s Show for Anti-Meat Message