Tim Hortons Is Giving Away Enormous ‘Mom-Sized’ Iced Coffees This Mother’s Day

Business Wire
Business Wire

If you’re a mom—or know someone who’s a mom—then you understand how tiring the full-time job of parenting can be. Sometimes, a large coffee just isn’t large enough to offset a restless night or help you power through a long list of errands, so Tim Hortons stepped in to help. As Yahoo Finance reports, the fast food chain will offer a “mom-sized” coffee this Mother’s Day, and it’s large enough to hold roughly half of a standard pot of coffee (6.5 cups).

All moms—and dog moms, too!—can get a free 52-ounce iced coffee when they ask to make it “mom-sized” at participating locations around Buffalo, New York; Columbus, Ohio; Toledo, Ohio; Detroit; and New York City this Sunday, May 12. And if you really want to make your mom happy, pick up some Mother’s Day-themed donuts while you’re at it. (Last year, the company's donut bouquets were a big hit.)

If you're in one of the cities mentioned above, check out the list below for the addresses of participating restaurants.

1700 Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, New York
45515 Michigan Avenue, Canton, Michigan
5989 Transit Road, East Amherst, New York
5035 Southwestern Boulevard, Hamburg, New York
89 West William Street, Delaware, Ohio
6815 West Central Avenue, Toledo, Ohio

If you don't live near a participating location, just know that you can buy the world's strongest coffee—Death Wish Coffee, which contains a whopping 708 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce cup—on Amazon.

[h/t Yahoo Finance]

A Resin-Preserved KFC Drumstick Can Be Yours for $100

Kentucky for Kentucky
Kentucky for Kentucky

Many devoted KFC fans love the chain's crispy fried chicken for its signature taste and mouthwatering aroma. If you just love the way the chicken looks, now you can keep it on your shelf to admire forever. As Food & Wine reports, Kentucky for Kentucky is selling whole KFC drumsticks encapsulated in resin for $100.

Kentucky for Kentucky, an independent organization that promotes the Bluegrass State, unveiled the jars of "Chick-Infinity" on its website earlier in June. The chicken pieces are authentic Colonel's original recipe drumsticks sourced from a KFC restaurant in Coal Run, Kentucky. While they were at their golden-brown peak, Kentucky artist Coleman Larkin submerged them in 16-ounce Mason jars filled with clear resin "with all the care of a Southern mamaw putting up greasy beans for the winter." 

KFC drumstick in a jar.
Kentucky for Kentucky

The project, part of Larkin's Dixieland Preserves line of Southern-themed resin encapsulations (which also includes the preserved poop of a Kentucky Derby winner), aims to present the iconic Kentucky product in a new way. "Honestly, is there anything better than biting into a warm, crispy KFC drumstick after a day at the lake?" Kentucky for Kentucky writes in a blog post, "we wanted to capture that feeling in a product that didn’t disappear into a pile of bones as soon as it’s opened."

Only 50 of the finger-licking artworks were created, and at $100 a piece, they're worth the price of several KFC family buckets. You can grab one while they're still available from the Kentucky for Kentucky online store.

[h/t Food & Wine]

The World’s Largest Underwater Restaurant Just Opened in Norway—Take a Peek Inside

Ivar Kvaal
Ivar Kvaal

Months before it opened, the world's largest underwater restaurant in Norway was already flooded with reservations. Recently, Business Insider reported that Under has finally started serving its first guests. If you can't book a table at the hottest restaurant below sea level, you can look at the photos taken inside to get an idea of the unique dining experience.

In addition to being the largest underwater restaurant on Earth, Under, from the architecture firm Snøhetta, is also the first of its kind in Europe. It's located in the notoriously treacherous waters off Norway's southern coast.

Underwater restaurant jutting out of the sea.
Ivar Kvaal

After entering the angled building from the shore, guests descend into a 100-person dining room with panoramic views of the ocean and passing marine life. The concrete structure is designed to blend seamlessly into the surrounding environment, eventually acting as an artificial reef that attracts plants and animals. The location boasts such biodiversity that Under is also being used as a research center for marine biologists.

Dining room of underwater restaurant.
Ivar Kvaal

Jellyfish in the ocean.
Ivar Kvaal

Once seated, diners will be treated to a seasonal meal from an international team of chefs led by Nicolai Ellitsgaard. The menu highlights locally sourced produce and sustainably caught wildlife. A full meal lasts roughly three-and-a-half to four hours.

Shellfish dish at Under restaurant.
Stian Broch

Spiny crab.
Stian Broch

Dining room of Under, the underwater restaurant.
Ivar Kvaal

Dining room of Under
Inger Marie Grini/Bo Bedre Norge

Seats at Under are fully booked from now to the end of September. If you're content with getting your name on a waiting list, you can try to reserve a table for earlier in the year through the restaurant's website.

[h/t Business Insider]

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