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Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl

Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl is one of the best ways to get your protein in for the day! It tastes like you are eating luscious ice cream, only it’s so much better for you!

Any smoothie can serve as a base for a smoothie bowl. Try these smoothies as a customizable base, Pina Colada, Raspberry Peach and Mixed Berry Smoothies.

Peanut butter smoothie bowl, topped with bananas, chocolate granola and nuts.

Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl

Smoothie bowls are an incredible way to eat a smoothie. It makes it feel like a bowl of ice cream, except it’s not! It’s so much better. Full of healthy ingredients it is more of a meal than a snack. Smoothie bowls are customizable and insanely delicious! Topped with your favorite toppings and blended with your choice of add-ins, this peanut butter smoothie bowl is going to become a fast favorite in your house.

This peanut butter smoothie bowl are great for a quick breakfast, a … Read more

Oklahoma v. Tyson, the Bus Loads of Lawyers case, going on 16 years

it’s been almost 16 years since the State of Oklahoma sued most of the nation’s poultry industry-led Tyson Foods for environmental damages to its most popular waters for $1.6 billion. Oklahoma wanted monetary damages and injunctive relief against the poultry producers it blamed for storing and disposing of hundreds of tons of poultry waste on land within its most precious watershed.

Oklahoma did not get what it wanted but is among hundreds of parties who still must monitor the case, which after all this time has yet to be dismissed.

Known as the “Bus Loads of Lawyers” case when it went to trial from 2007 to 2010, Oklahoma v. Tyson Foods et al. has remained alive in the federal district courts longer than almost any case. Its docket runs 430 pages and serves as a directory of attorneys representing the poultry industry and water quality interests.

It is seen not … Read more

Starbucks Stands by Its Most Annoying Customers and Their Wild Custom Drinks

@ProjectJosiee/Twitter

Your customized order with eight additional ingredients will always be safe at the ‘bucks

I like to think that when Jurassic Park’s Dr. Ian Malcolm wondered aloud about scientists being so preoccupied with what they “could” do that they never stopped to think what they “should” do, he was really talking about over-the-top Starbucks orders. Because nobody could have come up with some of these more elaborate of these drinks without years of semi-scientific and misguided experimentation.

In a now deleted tweet, a self-identified Starbucks barista, @projectjosiee, posted a photo of a drink he supposedly had to make at work. It was a venti Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino with a whopping 13 extra additions, including extra ice, five “banana,” and seven pumps of dark caramel sauce. He’s also been posting on TikTok about the drink going viral.

However, instead of discouraging people from making their barista’s lives a … Read more

Overnight Cinnamon Rolls

Overnight Cinnamon Rolls is a recipe you need in your recipe book. It is the best breakfast that is worth waking up to in the morning!

I love cinnamon rolls, they are sweet and spicy, light and fluffy, and completely satisfying! You have to try my other cinnamon roll recipes, like these 45 minute, Pancakes, or this Cinnabon Cinnamon Roll Cake.

Cinnamon roll on a plate half eaten.

Homemade Overnight Cinnamon Rolls

If I wanted comfort food first thing in the morning, cinnamon rolls would be my go-to choice! The dough is light, tender, and pillowy. Surrounding the bread are ribbons of butter, cinnamon, and sugar mixture that are all rolled up into swirls of goodness. Then to top it all off you have a rich sweet and tangy cream cheese frosting. Cream cheese frosting is the only frosting that should top cinnamon rolls, and this recipe is golden!

You do not have to get up early … Read more

Ag Secretary Vilsack, Food Safety Deputy Eskin in court defense of new hog inspection program

On the same day that a federal judge in Minnesota issued an order slowing line speeds under the New Swine Inspection Program, attorneys for USDA in California filed a cutting 45-page answer to an amended complaint by other plaintiffs also wishing to bring down the program.

Filed in U.S District Court for the Northern District of California, USDA responded for Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and Deputy Under Secretary for Food Safety Sandra Eskin.

“At the outset, defendants object to plaintiffs’ Second Amended Complaint for failing to set forth a short and plain statement of the claims showing that plaintiffs are entitled to relief, as required by Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 8(a)(2).

“Plaintiffs have set forth 369 numbered paragraphs spanning 76 pages, which, to a large extent, do not contain allegations of fact. Rather, they set forth legal argument and rhetoric unnecessary and inappropriate for a complaint.

“Defendants are … Read more