Inside Starbuck's Roy Street Coffee & Tea; Betty White on SNL's “The Delicious Dish”

[1] Pakistani restaurants, shops, and groceries may be the long-term victims of the foiled Times Square bomb plot since the suspect is of Pakistani descent and customers may now discriminate against their businesses.

[2] White House pastry chef Bill Yosses slips whole grain flour into presidential desserts and swaps out sugar and butter for healthier options in order to keep in line with the first family's healthy agenda. Sounds like a future cookbook pitch to us.

[3] Starbuck's already announced plans to debut a more independent-looking cafe concept called Roy Street Coffee & Tea and here's a look inside the prototype. The pastries still seem mass-produced and there's an air of chain, but the outlet does serve beer and wine.

[4] Lebanon seized the Guinness World Records title for the largest bowl of hummus back from its "culinary rival," Israel.

[5] Warning: Betty White gets explicit with muffin talk for a revival of "The Delicious Dish" with Ana Gasteyer and Molly Shannon on SNL over the weekend. You decide if triumphant return's squirm humor can match Alex Baldwin's unforgettable "Schweddy Balls" sketch.

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