Plus: Stanley Tucci’s negroni recipe, the trendiest drink for summer, and why restaurants are turning into drive-in movie theaters.
Publix, the popular southern supermarket chain, announced this week that they’re buying excess produce and milk from farmers who have been hurt by the coronavirus outbreak. They will be donating this food to local Feeding America member food banks. In the first week of this new initiative, they estimate that they’ll donate 150,000 pounds of produce and 43,500 gallons of milk. [USA Today]
The internet fell in love with Stanley Tucci all over again this week. The actor posted a video to Instagram where he taught everyone how to make a negroni. His version is a little different than the traditional recipe — he uses double the gin. [CNN]
Every summer a new cocktail reigns supreme. Who could forget the summer or frosé (frozen rosé) or the Aperol spritz? Last summer White Claw took the crown, and this summer we have our eyes on White Claw slushies for The Drink of the Summer. The frozen drink is taking over social media and it’s downright easy to make. [Popsugar]
Restaurants around the country have been forced to get creative in order to stay afloat during the coronavirus outbreak. The latest brilliant idea? Turning their parking lots into drive-in movie theaters. [Food & Wine]
If you’ve tried Dalgona coffee, the wildly popular whipped coffee drink, then you need to try this new, sweeter alternative. “Whipped strawberry milk” is essentially a mix of Nesquik and heavy cream and it sounds like a new favorite dessert. [People]