Cheetos take over the menu

Lucky New Yorkers only had three days to book a table at white tablecloth The Spotted Cheetah and settle in for a three-course meal from celebrity chef and TV personality Anne Burrell. Of course, all dishes used Cheetos as their base ingredient, and dining options included Cheetos-crusted pickles, spicy Cheetos-topped nachos, dangerously cheesy meatballs, Flamin’ Hot and White Cheddar Mac n’ Cheetos and Cheetos-coated cheesecake. The event quickly sold out, but those unable to attend could download a free e-cookbook from the Cheetah’s website containing every recipe on the menu.
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Eclipses come standard with Volvo

Last week, North American owners of the 2018 Volvo XC60 SUV were able to watch the eclipse from the comfort of their own vehicle thanks to special moonroof eclipse covers. The covers were designed to fully cover the spacious moonroof and attach to the outside of the car by magnet. While stationary, passengers could lean back and safely enjoy a full view of the eclipse. These special covers were free, but only available at dealerships directly in the path of the full eclipse. Safe viewing of the eclipse makes sense from a brand built on safety.
Full article from Road Show

Domino’s takes the “guy” out of “pizza delivery”

Domino’s Pizza may be doing to delivery what they did with AnyWare ordering. After testing delivery robots and drones in Australia and New Zealand, pizza lovers in Detroit can now have their pie delivered via driverless car. In partnership with Ford’s autonomous vehicle program, this six-week test will see specially designed Ford Fusions delivering pizzas—by themselves. Each Fusion will be equipped with a rear-seat heated compartment that can hold up to four pizzas and five sides. Customers will be notified when the car arrives and will need to input a code on the rear door to gain access to their order.
Full article from Yahoo Finance