Olivia Colt from Salt and Honey catering shared her cooking tips for surviving quarantine.
Grupo Modelo, the producer of the beer, announced the suspension in a press release on Friday.
Pallets of produce sit inside this Los Angeles warehouse. It is a stark contrast to some grocery stores where paper and canned goods went flying off the shelves.
Countless people across the country are turning to one of the few hobbies that hasn't been banned: Baking bread.
Shelter-in-place orders have crushed business for restaurants in the Bay Area, with many forced to close their doors. Others have looked for ways to stay afloat by truncating operating hours and drastically cutting staff. Another tactic has been to promote specials to attract business.
As many as 30,000 California restaurants could close permanently because of coronavirus restrictions that have shuttered dining rooms and led to widespread layoffs, the industry warned Friday, while urging the state to delay tax payments and planned minimum-wage increases to help the ailing businesses.
“Taps are off. But tips are needed,” reads the text in a video the company tweeted. “Click to donate to the millions out of work. We’ll start with $1,000,000.”
A suburban Chicago restaurant is offering a unique perk with every to-go order in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak: a roll of toilet paper.
In this time of crisis, many small businesses are struggling, but California is hoping to offer some relief.
New York is going to suspend some rules to allow bars to sell booze to go in an effort to help keep them in business during the coronavirus restrictions that are going into effect.
"We’ll reopen and raise our glasses down the road, toasting to this being behind us," the pub wrote on Facebook.
"As regions of the U.S. begin to mandate public closures and self-quarantine, we are equipping our restaurants to serve our guests via drive-thru and delivery only where necessary," the CEO of the Tex-Mex chain said.
While people are still booking weddings around here, the wineries are seeing a huge drop off in another area, corporate events.
Rob Roth reports.
World Central Kitchen provides food to victims of disaster all around the world.
As the spread of coronavirus continues, one restaurant chain is taking a proactive approach to fighting off the coronavirus. The Sichuan Impression restaurant greets every would-be customer by taking their body temperature at the door, so any potential for spreading the coronavirus would not occur at their establishment. If the infrared thermometer reads more than 100 degrees, the would-be customer is politely asked to leave.
Pizza maker Basil Street says it plans to roll out pizza vending machines this April.
A technical fault at an Italian winery caused water to displace the water supply of a nearby village.
Dunkin' Donuts is offering a free donut to customers with the purchase of any beverage for the entire month of March. But you have to order through the app.
For the first time in years, Germany's winemakers won't be making any ice wine, because it didn't get cold enough for the grapes to freeze.