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    Better Cities For Pets, Making Cities Pet

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska – People who wait for his or her flight at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport have choices if they want to use a restroom before they board their flight. Their pets, then again, didn’t have that luxurious on the secured side of the South Terminal, till now. Cats have whiskers which are highly delicate, and slender bowls can be uncomfortable to them. Pet FBI is a non-profit all-volunteer group, serving to people recuperate misplaced pets since 1998. She presents an account-wide daily quest, Temple Throwdown. Her team consists of three epic stage 25 pets , nonetheless they may   Read More

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  • Food News

    Driver shot multiple times while making food delivery in SW Atlanta

    “Preliminary investigation indicates the victim was driving while delivering food for his employer,” the police department said in a statement. “When the victim arrived at his designated location, he suddenly heard several gunshots towards his vehicle.” It was unclear if he was the intended target of the gunfire. The delivery driver was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital, where he met with investigators Wednesday morning.   Read More

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  • Food & Cooking

    Making the grade: Old State Farms’ pure maple syrup | Food-and-cooking

    Joseph Burkett knew nothing about maple syrup when he and his wife-to-be, Alethea, decided to try making it on his father’s gravel driveway 20 years ago. Tired of being cooped up inside all winter, the couple thought it might be fun to get out in the March sunshine to collect some sap from his dad’s grove of 20 sugar maple trees in Meadville, Pennsylvania, and try their hand at cooking it down into syrup. “We had no idea what we were doing,” Burkett recalls, “just that, if you drill a hole in a tree and put a bucket under it,   Read More

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    MAKING A MARK: Partnership helps bridge nutrition gap in Hampton Roads

    The Neighborhood Harvest and ACCESS College Foundation have teamed up to get healthy food to local families in need. NORFOLK, Va. — It’s a crisis only worsened by the pandemic–food insecurity. “It’s created just a more costly experience for people… because they’re not going out or they’re not getting food where they normally get it because of the supply issues,” said Baker’s Crust Owner John Stein. Stein is also CEO of The Neighborhood Harvest, a home delivery service for local, fresh, and organic food. “We started it as a small basil farm, and then we evolved more into just really   Read More

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    Whistleblower reveals poor food quality making Michigan National Guard members sick

    (WXYZ) — There’s a disturbing problem facing Michigan National Guard troops guarding the U.S. Capitol – their food. UPDATE: Sen. Peters calls on National Guard to terminate food contract, provide per diem for MI soldiersA whistleblower is telling 7 Action News nearly 75 meals were thrown out Sunday after metal shavings were found, other meals showed up undercooked making soldiers sick. A staff sergeant with the Michigan National Guard, whose identity 7 Action News is protecting, says the problem is not isolated. “Yesterday, for instance, there were 74 different meals found with raw beef in them,” the sergeant said.   Read More

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    Smitten Kitchen Has a Clever Trick For Making the Best Tomato Soup Ever

    We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. If you’re a fan of cooking, chances are you’re familiar with Smitten Kitchen. The longtime food blog created by Deb Perelman is beloved by many for its simple-yet-comforting recipes that are always a success. I’ve written about my love for her recipes in the past, and whenever I’m searching for a new recipe to make, Smitten Kitchen is one of the first places I turn. One Smitten Kitchen recipe I’ve made countless times is her classic grilled cheese and cream of tomato   Read More

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    A Kitchen Resolution Worth Making: Follow the Recipe Exactly

    Most nights, I throw together dinner using whatever is in my fridge, picking dishes from a mental catalog of options and preparing them from muscle memory. I cook professionally, so the food comes out nice. But it doesn’t make my heart race a little, doesn’t make me forget that I’m standing over my own stove because I’m tasting a place, a passion from somewhere far more thrilling than my kitchen. I felt all that last month when I made Claudia Serrato’s recipe for carne con chile rojo. While cooking, I wondered whether I should substitute chicken broth for vegetable   Read More

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    2020 In The Kitchen: The Year We Spent Making, Baking, Frying And Trying

    Renee Horton has spent a lot more time than usual in her kitchen this year. Horton, a NASA engineer from New Orleans, has been working from home almost exclusively since March. With her desk just steps away from her home’s kitchen, she often tries out new vegan recipes and also makes her classic comfort food staples in between video meetings. For Horton, cooking during the coronavirus pandemic has meant consistency at a time when everything has changed. “I think I ate chicken and waffles at the beginning because that was, like, my true comfort food,” Horton tells NPR. Horton is   Read More

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    The Year We Spent Making, Baking, Frying And Trying : NPR

    Renee Horton has spent a lot more time than usual in her kitchen this year. Horton, a NASA engineer from New Orleans, has been working from home almost exclusively since March. With her desk just steps away from her home’s kitchen, she often tries out new vegan recipes and also makes her classic comfort food staples in between video meetings. For Horton, cooking during the coronavirus pandemic has meant consistency at a time when everything has changed. “I think I ate chicken and waffles at the beginning because that was, like, my true comfort food,” Horton tells NPR. I’m coping   Read More

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    What we learned about making food at home in 2020

    Photo courtesy of E+ / mixetto This year, when so many restaurants were closed due to restrictions and some of us found extra time on our hands in lockdown, we dove headfirst into the kitchen.  Here are some of the things we learned this year about making (and keeping) food at home. Photo courtesy of iStock / AndreyGorulko How to extend the life of spices and herbs Fresh spices and herbs can make a huge difference in your cooking. But as spices age, the less potent their flavors become. Here’s how you can keep them fresh for longer. Read more:  Read More

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