Step right up! In the spirit of summer, Krispy Kreme came out with a whole new line of carnival-themed treats, and they’re sweeter than ever. The new summer line features three brand-new limited-edition doughnuts, and they’re the perfect addition to any summer festivity. First up is a caramel apple doughnut that’s filled with caramel-apple-flavored cream, dipped in green-apple icing, drizzled with caramel, and finished with rainbow sprinkles. Uh, yum. Next is a cotton-candy doughnut that’s a glazed doughnut dipped in cotton-candy-flavored icing, covered in cotton-candy sugar, and topped with buttercream and rainbow sprinkles — hi, yes, we’ll take a dozen.

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Welcome to our summer list ! We have picked out the videos, podcasts and books that will inform and entertain you about food politics and the deep interconnections food has with our health and that of the planet. We hope they will help feed your reflection about the world you want to live in. Whether you are by the sea, up a mountain, working in your fields, or back in the office, there will be something here for you.

Have fun!


  • Slow Food Youth Network (SFYN) Podcast

Launched in 2020, the Slow Food Youth Network podcast share experience, tips

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Despite having to wait because of the COVID-19 pandemic, elementary school students in Providence and Newport will soon be able to enhance their knowledge of science, technology, engineering, art and math through lessons centered on diet, nutrition and what happens in the kitchen. The new program, which was supposed to start with a summer camp in the summer of 2020, has gone through an extensive formative evaluation and is being piloted this month by the University of Rhode Island College of Health Sciences in cooperation with URI’s Cooperative Extension Network and community partners 4-H and the Boys & Girls Clubs

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It went from “restaurant of the summer” to “not woke enough” in just 24 hours.

One day after celebrated Brooklyn rooftop restaurant Outerspace received a glowing review in the New York Times, the chefs and general manager all walked out. One chef issued a scathing denunciation of the eatery’s fashion-world owners, accusing them of misogyny, a “colonial” attitude toward the food and their employees, and “skimming” bar proceeds.

The funky spot on the Bushwick/East Williamsburg border, which featured a format of rotating chefs, “has officially come to an end” for the summer, its website said with no explanation.


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There are a surplus of Chinese takeout restaurants in Pensacola and quite a few more Chinese buffets, but coming up at the end of June, a slightly elevated, sit-down Chinese restaurant will become an option for foodies, courtesy of a well-established local chef and business owner. 

Chuck Nippon, the owner of Nippon Sushi at Cordova Mall, will hit on another one of his entrepreneurial goals when he opens Taipei Asian Cuisine this summer on North Davis Highway. 

“There’s really no nice Chinese dining restaurants here,” Nippon explained Thursday morning. “I wanted to have a really nice, clean and classic Asian

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Confirmed participants include:

  • 3 Dips
  • Ben & Jerry’s
  • Dixie Dairy Dreem
  • Graeter’s- Oakwood
  • K & W
  • Jubie’s Creamery
  • Ritter’s – Beavercreek
  • The Root Beer Stande
  • The Sweet Retreat
  • Yagoots

Coupons for the sweet treats can be redeemed at each of the stops you make. Tickets are available for purchase at

Can’t beat desserts outdoors for a good cause.

Yellow Cab Tavern is resuming its food truck rallies on the second and fourth Sunday of the month, with one set to take place from 5 to 9 p.m. on June 27. CONTRIBUTED

Yellow Cab Tavern is resuming its food truck rallies on the second and fourth Sunday of the month, with one set to take place from 5 to 9 p.m. on June 27. CONTRIBUTED


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