A Comprehensive Guide to Plant-Based Milks and Their Benefits 10 Best Whiskies for Irish Coffee Ice cream, you scream, we all scream for improving the quality of life for cancer patients and providing care and education for children and families!OK, that may not be a very catchy jingle, but it is a fun way to describe the partnership between the Brees Dream Foundation and So Delicious Dairy Free. The Brees Dream Foundation is a nonprofit organization run by New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees and his philanthropist wife, Brittany; and So Delicious Dairy Free is an Oregon-based food company that makes all sorts of tasty dairy-free products — including frozen desserts.To date, the Brees Dream Foundation has given more than $22 million to charities and schools, and they’re about to give a bunch more. So Delicious Dairy Free has pledged 0.75% of their frozen dessert sales during July and August to the foundation, with a minimum uncapped donation of $75,000.Related: How About Some Homemade No-Churn Ice Cream?Like millions of other Americans, Drew and Brittany Brees are allergic to dairy, so this partnership makes a great deal of sense. Drew and Brittany Brees also partnered with So Delicious Dairy Free back in 2012 to help folks with food allergies and sensitivities discover healthy, delicious foods.And So Delicious Dairy Free definitely falls in the “delicious” column. Among their many dessert offerings are their new line of cashew milk frozen dessert, coconut milk frozen desserts, and the world’s only dairy-free, gluten-free cookie dough frozen dessert. Drew, Brittany, and their three boys swear by the stuff. We’re not saying these frozen desserts will help you win the Super Bowl, but they couldn’t hurt your chances.At The Manual, we’re not shy about our love for animal products — but neither are we hostile to those who go the vegan, naturally sweetened, gluten-free, dairy-free, non-GMO route. Whether you have a dairy allergy or are just looking to mix things up with your summer desserts, So Delicious Dairy Free is a good way to go. Indulging in dessert is rarely associated with charitable acts; this is your big chance! London Opens World’s First Cheese Conveyor Belt Restaurant Editors’ Recommendations Easy 3-Ingredient Cocktails You Can Master The Best Drinks to Pair With Your Favorite Food Shows
Kolkata: Senior engineers of Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) inspected Ultadanga flyover on Wednesday, where cracks have appeared on the pillars which had been installed to repair it after a portion of the bridge collapsed in 2013.State Urban Development minister Firhad Hakim said experts from Mumbai will come to the city on Thursday and will conduct a thorough investigation. Whether the flyover will be opened to traffic will be decided only after getting reports from them. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersTraffic movement along the flyover has been stopped from Tuesday evening, which will continue for at least three days. There was huge deployment of police to ease traffic movement along VIP Road on Wednesday morning. As the vehicles could not take the flyover that connects VIP Road with Eastern Metropolitan Bypass, there had been massive jam on Tuesday evening after the traffic ban came into force. Commuters going towards the airport side were greatly inconvenienced. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaHowever, there was much less jam on Wednesday thanks to efficient traffic management. Traffic sergeants were posted at HUDCO intersection and EM Bypass intersection with Salt Lake to stop overtaking. Though the traffic moved at a slower pace in the morning and evening peak hours, there was no bumper-to-bumper traffic bottleneck, which was anticipated. A stretch on the flyover had collapsed on March 3. The incident took place within a few minutes after a loaded truck was passing by pier 13 and 14 of the flyover. The truck fell into the Kestopur canal and within seconds, the iron girder between piers 13 and 14 fell down. The flyover was constructed by Mackintosh Burn in 2011, under the supervision of KMDA, while the design was made by Consulting Engineering Services. The KMDA engineers said preliminary investigation has revealed that the iron pillars, which had been installed after the collapse of the flyover, have developed cracks failing to bear the load.