Cookies Baked on My Dashboard!

Cookies Baked on My Dashboard!

ABC says a Key West, Florida high school recently held their graduation ceremony on the water. The principal of Somerset Charter Prep stood on the back of a boat while masked students in caps and gowns rode up on jet skis to receive their diplomas. The principal handed out the diplomas using a three-foot grabber. The students ended the graduation ceremony by doing cannonballs off a pier into the water.

Arizona has been facing shockingly high temperatures, with the thermometer topping 100 degrees the last few days.  It’s so hot, that Matt Peterson did a tasty little experiment and attempted to cook chocolate chip cookies and cinnamon rolls…on his dashboard!  He put a tray of cookie dough on his dashboard at 11am. Later that evening, he came back to see how they looked, and found them ‘fully baked.’ People are now putting in requests for him to cook other stuff on his dashboard, like pizza!

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Parisian designer Christophe Gernigon thinks he has the perfect solution to getting people back to restaurants safely. He has created a chandelier-like plexiglass shield that hangs from the ceiling of restaurants over every guests’ seat. The Plex’Eat, (as Christophe has named it,) can be lowered over patrons’ heads to protect from spreading germs, but allows for enough room to eat and socialize with people around them. The design is already in production so look for it at a restaurant near you. Think of the cone of silence from the show, “Get Smart.” Same thing. See it on the MAX FB page. (Food and Wine)