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It slices tomatoes, it grinds meat, it even cooks a burger! A restaurant in San Francisco is using a robot to make its burgers. Is this the future of the food industry?
By Tim Hawkman,Mark Hill Published: October 27th, 2017
Swedish adult star Puma Swede has announced she is opening her first restaurant, “Puma Burger,” in Sweden the final week of October.
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It’s called the Impossible Burger and it looks, feels, tastes and smells like ground beef, even though it’s made entirely of plants. It’s all thanks to science and genetically engineered yeast. WIRED explores how close it comes so to the real thing and if it’s 100% safe.
Jimmy Fallon is definitely eating this week and he invited all his 80s babies viewers for a late night snack at Good Burger. Yes, that Good Burger.
It has been nearly 20 years since Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell entertained Nickelodeon audiences with their fast food goofball film Good Burger (and much longer than that for its inception on the kid’s variety show, All That) and they reunited for an instant classic of a skit The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Kel returned to form as clueless Good Burger employee Ed as Fallon recalled his early days of earning an honest paycheck. Black Thought also made a great cameo appearance right before Kenan shocked the crowd as character Lester Oaks, completing the circle of golden nostalgia. The reunion was especially monumental, seeing the two longtime acting buddies have been enduring a cold war for many years.
Prepare to get your laugh on with Jimmy Fallon’s Good Burger sketch down below. For fries at the bottom of the bag, hit the flip to see Kel’s behind-the-scenes point of view.
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Plus, a tomato-themed meal at Millennium and a beer dinner at The Market.TENDERLOIN — Chefs from The Whole Beast, Wesburger and BurgerSF (the guys from Causwell's) are battling it out for best burger at The Hall's Burger Battle on Sunday, August 30. Tickets include the three burgers and two beers, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Bay Leaf Kitchen. UNION SQUARE — Catch a panel discussion on how the worlds of food and music intersect (hello, Outside Lands) this Wednesday, August 26 at The Commonwealth Club. …
With four burger bars already under their belts, the Wahlberg brothers, Donnie, Mark and Paul, hold an opening for their latest restaurant in New York’s Coney Island. Francis Maguire reports.
Law enforcement being lauded for the apprehension of Dylann Roof need to reflect on militance used on this case versus other national newsmakers.
Shortly after his arrest on the morning of June 18 for the murder of nine innocent Black people in Charleston’s Emanuel AME church, Shelby, North Carolina police officers fed Dylann Roof Burger King because the poor sap hadn’t eaten “in a couple of days.” On the house, of course.
Via Charlotte Observer:
Shelby police Chief Jeff Ledford told the Observer on Friday that authorities found a .45-caliber handgun in Roof’s car.
In Shelby, the FBI handled Roof’s initial questioning, Ledford said. Shelby police’s lone conversation with the mass-murder suspect was about food. Earlier in the day, Roof had bought water and chips at a south Charlotte gas station. Now he was hungry. Police bought him food from a nearby Burger King, Ledford said.
“He was very quiet, very calm. He didn’t talk,” Ledford said. “He sat down here very quietly. He was not problematic.”
Just so we’re clear, a suspected–and obviously guilty–murderer who prompted a statewide manhunt deserved “to have it his way.”
“He had promised us that when something big happened, that we would be contacted and would be asked to be there,” said Strickland Maddox, one of a handful of pastors who answered the chief’s call to action after Roof’s capture.
“Organized chaos,” Ledford later called it. “Because there were so many moving parts.”
Including feeding the unexpected arrestee.
“He hadn’t eaten, they said, in a couple of days,” Maddox told Yahoo News. “They bought him a hamburger. They just sent out for it. I guess one of the police officers went and picked it up.”
Ledford confirmed that this purchase was made.
“He did have something to eat while he was there, and he was secured in cuffs the entire time,” the chief said.
Remember, Freddie Gray got arrested with a switchblade and couldn’t even make it to the police station with his life. Meanwhile, Roof confessed to gunning down people in a church with racist motives and gets his stomach’s whims satisfied, as if the prison wasn’t serving slop later on that day.
Photo: ABC News
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So much for Courtney Barnes’ fifteen-minutes of fame.
The would-be Internet star who got national coverage on Wednesday for an outlandishly flamboyant news interview, is being accused of being a thief, swindler and attention whore.
Reports The Clarion-Ledger:
Courtney Barnes, the star of this week’s WLBT viral video, has turned himself into Ridgleland and Jackson police
Ridgeland Police’s John Neal said Barnes turned himself in on two contempt of court charges relating to $ 1,688 of 3 unpaid traffic tickets around 2 p.m. Thursday afternoon, accompanied by his mother.
After it was determined he could not settle his outstanding charges this afternoon, Ridgeland police contacted Jackson Police who said Barnes was wanted on a misdemeanor shoplifting charge.
Neal said Barnes was released on his own recognizance with his mother and sent to JPD to handle the shoplifting charge. Barnes is due for a hearing in Ridgeland court June 23 at 8 a.m.
Television crews interviewed Barnes on the scene of an accident after a police chase involving a Jackson Police car Monday. His quotes of “he twist around like a tornado, girl” and “on my way to get a piece of burger” gained national attention Wednesday.
Swell-O-Phonic owner Ron Chane said Barnes was wanted for shoplifting.
“It’s all an act to get attention,” Chane wrote in a Facebook comment to WLBT. “He has no regard for anyone but himself…You’ve got somebody hurt in a car wreck and this loser is trying to catch his 15 seconds – enjoy it buddy – you’ll be locked up soon.”
When WAPT showed Barnes the alleged shoplifting photo, he pleaded the Fifth Amendment and stated he didn’t know who was in the picture. They were also the lone media outlet who didn’t air the Courtney Barnes interview because they felt it seemed suspect as hell.
Flip through the gallery below to see flicks of Barnes in the hat he was accused of stealing. Bruh!
Photos: Facebook, Instagram, Ridgeland Police Department, WAPT News
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Kal Penn and John Cho explain how YOU can get a White Castle named after you…as long as your name isn’t Hugh Mongus Johnson. Watch Night of Too Many Stars on Comedy Central, March 8th and help fund Autism programs.
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