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The Daily Dish: This Gene Wilder Tribute Burger Is Just the (Golden) Ticket


This Gene Wilder Tribute Burger Is Just the (Golden) Ticket

The latest edible Gene Wilder tribute is the Beauregarde Burger from Bar Luca in Sydney, Australia. The burger is named after Violet Beauregarde, a character in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, in which the late Wilder played the title character. The $16AUS ($12.25) burger is made with beef, tomato soup jelly, fries, popping cheese, blueberry onion jam, and a special “Wonka sauce.” Any diner who finds a golden ticket in his or her meal will win a special keyring good for a free burger at Bar Luca every day for one year.

This Coffee Has Half the Amount of a Lethal Dose of Caffeine

The A** Kicker coffee, available at the Viscous Coffee café in Adelaide, Australia, is one of the most potent coffees in existence. It has half the lethal dose of caffeine and 50 times more caffeine than a regular cup of coffee. The A** Kicker is made with four shots of espresso, four 48-hour brewed cold drip ice cubes, and 120 milliliters of 10-day brewed cold drip, and finished with four more 48-hour brewed cold drip ice cubes. The café warns customers not to slurp this coffee down because the results could be lethal. The 8-ounce cup of coffee with 5 grams of caffeine should be sipped slowly over the course of four hours.

Soon You’ll Be Able to Get Brunch at Starbucks

Starbucks is testing out Belgian waffles as part of a new project called Weekend Brunch. The sweet Belgian waffle topped with berries and powdered sugar was seen in Starbucks units in Portland, Oregon, and the company confirmed this was a test in approximately 70 Starbucks locations in the Portland and Seattle areas. It’s part of a wider brunch menu of freshly baked items that includes baked French toast and quiche, available on Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., or until supplies run out.

Geoffrey Zakarian Says Trump’s Kids Should Sue Their Dad

Last year, after Donald Trump’s now-infamous controversial statements about Mexican immigrants, both chefs José Andrés and Geoffrey Zakarian pulled out of their restaurant contracts with Trump for his new hotel in Washington, D.C. As a result of a breach of contract, Zakarian and the Trump family are facing each other in court. In the deposition, Zakarian stated he was “aghast” by Trump’s “morally reprehensible” comments, but holds no grudge against Trump’s children, who, he said, “should sue their dad” instead.


  • Google has revealed the recipes people are most searching for in isolation
  • Banana bread is still the internet's most popular recipe, followed by pizzadough
  • How to make your own hand sanitiser was the third most searched for recipe
  • Searches for French toast, chocolate cake and fried rice also rose dramatically
  • The data shows more people are looking up recipes now than ever before
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Published: 05:56 BST, 22 April 2020 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 25 May 2020

People are most interested in learning how to bake banana bread and roll pizza dough from scratch in isolation, new data from search giant Google reveals.

Banana bread and homemade pizza were the recipes most searched for over the past 30 days, according to a Google Trends report which shows people have been looking up more recipes since the coronavirus crisis began than at any other time in history.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast, chocolate and carrot cakes and Dalgona coffee - an indulgent South Korean drink made from coffee, milk and two enormous tablespoons of sugar - falling well inside the top 10.

Simple, cheap and calorific dishes are de rigueur for life in quarantine, with fried rice and spaghetti bolognese laced with minced beef among the most searched for dinner recipes.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast and chocolate cakes falling well inside the top 10 most Googled recipes during coronavirus

Banana bread has been a much-loved treat in Australian households for decades, but the pandemic has catapulted this simple staple into kitchens worldwide as the internet's most-searched for recipe.

Cheap, fast and easy to make, Facebook groups are filling up with photos of homemade loaves and tricks for making them with a handful of pantry ingredients for anyone still deprived of essentials in the aftermath of rampant panic buying.

One woman shared her method for making the bread in a slow cooker with just three ingredients - five bananas, two and a half cups of self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

She mashed the ingredients together, poured the mixture into a loaf tin and left it to bake in a slow cooker for two hours with a tea towel under the lid to catch condensation.


  • Google has revealed the recipes people are most searching for in isolation
  • Banana bread is still the internet's most popular recipe, followed by pizzadough
  • How to make your own hand sanitiser was the third most searched for recipe
  • Searches for French toast, chocolate cake and fried rice also rose dramatically
  • The data shows more people are looking up recipes now than ever before
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Published: 05:56 BST, 22 April 2020 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 25 May 2020

People are most interested in learning how to bake banana bread and roll pizza dough from scratch in isolation, new data from search giant Google reveals.

Banana bread and homemade pizza were the recipes most searched for over the past 30 days, according to a Google Trends report which shows people have been looking up more recipes since the coronavirus crisis began than at any other time in history.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast, chocolate and carrot cakes and Dalgona coffee - an indulgent South Korean drink made from coffee, milk and two enormous tablespoons of sugar - falling well inside the top 10.

Simple, cheap and calorific dishes are de rigueur for life in quarantine, with fried rice and spaghetti bolognese laced with minced beef among the most searched for dinner recipes.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast and chocolate cakes falling well inside the top 10 most Googled recipes during coronavirus

Banana bread has been a much-loved treat in Australian households for decades, but the pandemic has catapulted this simple staple into kitchens worldwide as the internet's most-searched for recipe.

Cheap, fast and easy to make, Facebook groups are filling up with photos of homemade loaves and tricks for making them with a handful of pantry ingredients for anyone still deprived of essentials in the aftermath of rampant panic buying.

One woman shared her method for making the bread in a slow cooker with just three ingredients - five bananas, two and a half cups of self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

She mashed the ingredients together, poured the mixture into a loaf tin and left it to bake in a slow cooker for two hours with a tea towel under the lid to catch condensation.


  • Google has revealed the recipes people are most searching for in isolation
  • Banana bread is still the internet's most popular recipe, followed by pizzadough
  • How to make your own hand sanitiser was the third most searched for recipe
  • Searches for French toast, chocolate cake and fried rice also rose dramatically
  • The data shows more people are looking up recipes now than ever before
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Published: 05:56 BST, 22 April 2020 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 25 May 2020

People are most interested in learning how to bake banana bread and roll pizza dough from scratch in isolation, new data from search giant Google reveals.

Banana bread and homemade pizza were the recipes most searched for over the past 30 days, according to a Google Trends report which shows people have been looking up more recipes since the coronavirus crisis began than at any other time in history.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast, chocolate and carrot cakes and Dalgona coffee - an indulgent South Korean drink made from coffee, milk and two enormous tablespoons of sugar - falling well inside the top 10.

Simple, cheap and calorific dishes are de rigueur for life in quarantine, with fried rice and spaghetti bolognese laced with minced beef among the most searched for dinner recipes.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast and chocolate cakes falling well inside the top 10 most Googled recipes during coronavirus

Banana bread has been a much-loved treat in Australian households for decades, but the pandemic has catapulted this simple staple into kitchens worldwide as the internet's most-searched for recipe.

Cheap, fast and easy to make, Facebook groups are filling up with photos of homemade loaves and tricks for making them with a handful of pantry ingredients for anyone still deprived of essentials in the aftermath of rampant panic buying.

One woman shared her method for making the bread in a slow cooker with just three ingredients - five bananas, two and a half cups of self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

She mashed the ingredients together, poured the mixture into a loaf tin and left it to bake in a slow cooker for two hours with a tea towel under the lid to catch condensation.


  • Google has revealed the recipes people are most searching for in isolation
  • Banana bread is still the internet's most popular recipe, followed by pizzadough
  • How to make your own hand sanitiser was the third most searched for recipe
  • Searches for French toast, chocolate cake and fried rice also rose dramatically
  • The data shows more people are looking up recipes now than ever before
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Published: 05:56 BST, 22 April 2020 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 25 May 2020

People are most interested in learning how to bake banana bread and roll pizza dough from scratch in isolation, new data from search giant Google reveals.

Banana bread and homemade pizza were the recipes most searched for over the past 30 days, according to a Google Trends report which shows people have been looking up more recipes since the coronavirus crisis began than at any other time in history.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast, chocolate and carrot cakes and Dalgona coffee - an indulgent South Korean drink made from coffee, milk and two enormous tablespoons of sugar - falling well inside the top 10.

Simple, cheap and calorific dishes are de rigueur for life in quarantine, with fried rice and spaghetti bolognese laced with minced beef among the most searched for dinner recipes.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast and chocolate cakes falling well inside the top 10 most Googled recipes during coronavirus

Banana bread has been a much-loved treat in Australian households for decades, but the pandemic has catapulted this simple staple into kitchens worldwide as the internet's most-searched for recipe.

Cheap, fast and easy to make, Facebook groups are filling up with photos of homemade loaves and tricks for making them with a handful of pantry ingredients for anyone still deprived of essentials in the aftermath of rampant panic buying.

One woman shared her method for making the bread in a slow cooker with just three ingredients - five bananas, two and a half cups of self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

She mashed the ingredients together, poured the mixture into a loaf tin and left it to bake in a slow cooker for two hours with a tea towel under the lid to catch condensation.


  • Google has revealed the recipes people are most searching for in isolation
  • Banana bread is still the internet's most popular recipe, followed by pizzadough
  • How to make your own hand sanitiser was the third most searched for recipe
  • Searches for French toast, chocolate cake and fried rice also rose dramatically
  • The data shows more people are looking up recipes now than ever before
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Published: 05:56 BST, 22 April 2020 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 25 May 2020

People are most interested in learning how to bake banana bread and roll pizza dough from scratch in isolation, new data from search giant Google reveals.

Banana bread and homemade pizza were the recipes most searched for over the past 30 days, according to a Google Trends report which shows people have been looking up more recipes since the coronavirus crisis began than at any other time in history.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast, chocolate and carrot cakes and Dalgona coffee - an indulgent South Korean drink made from coffee, milk and two enormous tablespoons of sugar - falling well inside the top 10.

Simple, cheap and calorific dishes are de rigueur for life in quarantine, with fried rice and spaghetti bolognese laced with minced beef among the most searched for dinner recipes.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast and chocolate cakes falling well inside the top 10 most Googled recipes during coronavirus

Banana bread has been a much-loved treat in Australian households for decades, but the pandemic has catapulted this simple staple into kitchens worldwide as the internet's most-searched for recipe.

Cheap, fast and easy to make, Facebook groups are filling up with photos of homemade loaves and tricks for making them with a handful of pantry ingredients for anyone still deprived of essentials in the aftermath of rampant panic buying.

One woman shared her method for making the bread in a slow cooker with just three ingredients - five bananas, two and a half cups of self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

She mashed the ingredients together, poured the mixture into a loaf tin and left it to bake in a slow cooker for two hours with a tea towel under the lid to catch condensation.


  • Google has revealed the recipes people are most searching for in isolation
  • Banana bread is still the internet's most popular recipe, followed by pizzadough
  • How to make your own hand sanitiser was the third most searched for recipe
  • Searches for French toast, chocolate cake and fried rice also rose dramatically
  • The data shows more people are looking up recipes now than ever before
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Published: 05:56 BST, 22 April 2020 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 25 May 2020

People are most interested in learning how to bake banana bread and roll pizza dough from scratch in isolation, new data from search giant Google reveals.

Banana bread and homemade pizza were the recipes most searched for over the past 30 days, according to a Google Trends report which shows people have been looking up more recipes since the coronavirus crisis began than at any other time in history.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast, chocolate and carrot cakes and Dalgona coffee - an indulgent South Korean drink made from coffee, milk and two enormous tablespoons of sugar - falling well inside the top 10.

Simple, cheap and calorific dishes are de rigueur for life in quarantine, with fried rice and spaghetti bolognese laced with minced beef among the most searched for dinner recipes.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast and chocolate cakes falling well inside the top 10 most Googled recipes during coronavirus

Banana bread has been a much-loved treat in Australian households for decades, but the pandemic has catapulted this simple staple into kitchens worldwide as the internet's most-searched for recipe.

Cheap, fast and easy to make, Facebook groups are filling up with photos of homemade loaves and tricks for making them with a handful of pantry ingredients for anyone still deprived of essentials in the aftermath of rampant panic buying.

One woman shared her method for making the bread in a slow cooker with just three ingredients - five bananas, two and a half cups of self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

She mashed the ingredients together, poured the mixture into a loaf tin and left it to bake in a slow cooker for two hours with a tea towel under the lid to catch condensation.


  • Google has revealed the recipes people are most searching for in isolation
  • Banana bread is still the internet's most popular recipe, followed by pizzadough
  • How to make your own hand sanitiser was the third most searched for recipe
  • Searches for French toast, chocolate cake and fried rice also rose dramatically
  • The data shows more people are looking up recipes now than ever before
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Published: 05:56 BST, 22 April 2020 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 25 May 2020

People are most interested in learning how to bake banana bread and roll pizza dough from scratch in isolation, new data from search giant Google reveals.

Banana bread and homemade pizza were the recipes most searched for over the past 30 days, according to a Google Trends report which shows people have been looking up more recipes since the coronavirus crisis began than at any other time in history.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast, chocolate and carrot cakes and Dalgona coffee - an indulgent South Korean drink made from coffee, milk and two enormous tablespoons of sugar - falling well inside the top 10.

Simple, cheap and calorific dishes are de rigueur for life in quarantine, with fried rice and spaghetti bolognese laced with minced beef among the most searched for dinner recipes.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast and chocolate cakes falling well inside the top 10 most Googled recipes during coronavirus

Banana bread has been a much-loved treat in Australian households for decades, but the pandemic has catapulted this simple staple into kitchens worldwide as the internet's most-searched for recipe.

Cheap, fast and easy to make, Facebook groups are filling up with photos of homemade loaves and tricks for making them with a handful of pantry ingredients for anyone still deprived of essentials in the aftermath of rampant panic buying.

One woman shared her method for making the bread in a slow cooker with just three ingredients - five bananas, two and a half cups of self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

She mashed the ingredients together, poured the mixture into a loaf tin and left it to bake in a slow cooker for two hours with a tea towel under the lid to catch condensation.


  • Google has revealed the recipes people are most searching for in isolation
  • Banana bread is still the internet's most popular recipe, followed by pizzadough
  • How to make your own hand sanitiser was the third most searched for recipe
  • Searches for French toast, chocolate cake and fried rice also rose dramatically
  • The data shows more people are looking up recipes now than ever before
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Published: 05:56 BST, 22 April 2020 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 25 May 2020

People are most interested in learning how to bake banana bread and roll pizza dough from scratch in isolation, new data from search giant Google reveals.

Banana bread and homemade pizza were the recipes most searched for over the past 30 days, according to a Google Trends report which shows people have been looking up more recipes since the coronavirus crisis began than at any other time in history.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast, chocolate and carrot cakes and Dalgona coffee - an indulgent South Korean drink made from coffee, milk and two enormous tablespoons of sugar - falling well inside the top 10.

Simple, cheap and calorific dishes are de rigueur for life in quarantine, with fried rice and spaghetti bolognese laced with minced beef among the most searched for dinner recipes.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast and chocolate cakes falling well inside the top 10 most Googled recipes during coronavirus

Banana bread has been a much-loved treat in Australian households for decades, but the pandemic has catapulted this simple staple into kitchens worldwide as the internet's most-searched for recipe.

Cheap, fast and easy to make, Facebook groups are filling up with photos of homemade loaves and tricks for making them with a handful of pantry ingredients for anyone still deprived of essentials in the aftermath of rampant panic buying.

One woman shared her method for making the bread in a slow cooker with just three ingredients - five bananas, two and a half cups of self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

She mashed the ingredients together, poured the mixture into a loaf tin and left it to bake in a slow cooker for two hours with a tea towel under the lid to catch condensation.


  • Google has revealed the recipes people are most searching for in isolation
  • Banana bread is still the internet's most popular recipe, followed by pizzadough
  • How to make your own hand sanitiser was the third most searched for recipe
  • Searches for French toast, chocolate cake and fried rice also rose dramatically
  • The data shows more people are looking up recipes now than ever before
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Published: 05:56 BST, 22 April 2020 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 25 May 2020

People are most interested in learning how to bake banana bread and roll pizza dough from scratch in isolation, new data from search giant Google reveals.

Banana bread and homemade pizza were the recipes most searched for over the past 30 days, according to a Google Trends report which shows people have been looking up more recipes since the coronavirus crisis began than at any other time in history.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast, chocolate and carrot cakes and Dalgona coffee - an indulgent South Korean drink made from coffee, milk and two enormous tablespoons of sugar - falling well inside the top 10.

Simple, cheap and calorific dishes are de rigueur for life in quarantine, with fried rice and spaghetti bolognese laced with minced beef among the most searched for dinner recipes.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast and chocolate cakes falling well inside the top 10 most Googled recipes during coronavirus

Banana bread has been a much-loved treat in Australian households for decades, but the pandemic has catapulted this simple staple into kitchens worldwide as the internet's most-searched for recipe.

Cheap, fast and easy to make, Facebook groups are filling up with photos of homemade loaves and tricks for making them with a handful of pantry ingredients for anyone still deprived of essentials in the aftermath of rampant panic buying.

One woman shared her method for making the bread in a slow cooker with just three ingredients - five bananas, two and a half cups of self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

She mashed the ingredients together, poured the mixture into a loaf tin and left it to bake in a slow cooker for two hours with a tea towel under the lid to catch condensation.


  • Google has revealed the recipes people are most searching for in isolation
  • Banana bread is still the internet's most popular recipe, followed by pizzadough
  • How to make your own hand sanitiser was the third most searched for recipe
  • Searches for French toast, chocolate cake and fried rice also rose dramatically
  • The data shows more people are looking up recipes now than ever before
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Published: 05:56 BST, 22 April 2020 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 25 May 2020

People are most interested in learning how to bake banana bread and roll pizza dough from scratch in isolation, new data from search giant Google reveals.

Banana bread and homemade pizza were the recipes most searched for over the past 30 days, according to a Google Trends report which shows people have been looking up more recipes since the coronavirus crisis began than at any other time in history.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast, chocolate and carrot cakes and Dalgona coffee - an indulgent South Korean drink made from coffee, milk and two enormous tablespoons of sugar - falling well inside the top 10.

Simple, cheap and calorific dishes are de rigueur for life in quarantine, with fried rice and spaghetti bolognese laced with minced beef among the most searched for dinner recipes.

Comfort food is the remedy for uncertainty, with recipes for French toast and chocolate cakes falling well inside the top 10 most Googled recipes during coronavirus

Banana bread has been a much-loved treat in Australian households for decades, but the pandemic has catapulted this simple staple into kitchens worldwide as the internet's most-searched for recipe.

Cheap, fast and easy to make, Facebook groups are filling up with photos of homemade loaves and tricks for making them with a handful of pantry ingredients for anyone still deprived of essentials in the aftermath of rampant panic buying.

One woman shared her method for making the bread in a slow cooker with just three ingredients - five bananas, two and a half cups of self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

She mashed the ingredients together, poured the mixture into a loaf tin and left it to bake in a slow cooker for two hours with a tea towel under the lid to catch condensation.


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