— Austin Food & Wine Festival released the rest of its schedule, including the cooking demonstrations which feature big names like Chicago chef Stephanie Izard (making brunch), Los Angeles chef Nyesha Arrington (covering hangover foods), among others. Texas Monthly will conduct a conversation with Lidia Bastianich. Everything takes place from Friday, April 27 through Sunday, April 29.
— Now Cuvee Coffee is releasing a canned version of its nitro hemp oil cold brew, only available at the cafe on East 6t Street. The beverage includes 10 mg of cannabidiol hemp oil. People can already add the same amount of hemp oil to any drink at the coffee shop too.
— Austin gelato company Teo partnered with local bloggers and Instagrammers to create special flavors aiming to benefit local nonprofits. The winning flavor (the most-sold flavor up until Monday, May 14) will be able to donate ten percent of its proceeds to the corresponding nonprofit and will be potentially turned into a gelato pint. Austinot made strawberry Nutella toast benefitting Austin Pets Alive; Austin Foodstagram has #MatchaFantastico for HealthCode.org, and A Taste of Koko created birthday cake for Central Texas Food Bank. No matter what, Teo will donate $100 to the other nonprofits as well.