Brian Sheehan dishes on what's hot and trending in the world of all things food and drink for Tuesday, June 28, 2016.
Losing a business is never a good feeling, but for the Sterling family who owns Esterlina Vineyard, losing their winery left a particularly sour taste. The Sterlings allege their bank, Bank of the West, pushed the winery into expensive, high-interest loans because they are black, which led to their bankruptcy. The Sterlings have hired San Francisco attorney Waukeen Q. McCoy, who intends to hold the bank accountable for the family’s losses.
Nestlé just celebrated its 150th birthday with a huge party on Friday in Lausanne, Switzerland, and the party was reportedly so loud that now some music festival organizers say they aren’t allowed to be nearly as loud as Nestlé was.A spokesman for the Lausanne city council said Nestlé had been given special permission for its loud event, and that it would be up to the Lausanne city council to decide whether or not to give the same treatment to other music festivals and events.
Japan gets all the coolest stuff, and this summer’s new Frappuccino is no exception, because Starbucks Japan just released photos of a new drink filled with actual chunks of chilly coffee jelly in the bottom. The new Coffee Jelly Frappuccino comes in layers like a parfait. The top layer, under the whipped cream, is a frozen coffee Frappuccino. Under that is a thick layer of vanilla cream. And under all that is a layer of big, cold chunks of coffee jelly.
That’s today’s daily dish, thanks for watching. Stop by tomorrow for another helping.