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Day: February 27, 2021

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To be on the internet is to constantly be barraged by information that is both useless and frustrating. But every once in a while you learn a little gem that not only completely blows your mind but also completely delights you. That’s what happened to me today when I learned there is a DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EAST AND WEST COAST BUTTER???

While scrolling through TikTok, I came across one from @bloodbathandbeyond, where she did a great job of explaining why sticks of butter tend to look entirely different on the West Coast and the East Coast. Before we get into

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Seattle Times food writers Bethany Jean Clement, Jackie Varriano and Tan Vinh have eaten a lot — a lot — of takeout over the course of this past long year. It hasn’t all been great, but they’ve been accentuating the positive — from all different neighborhoods and price points — hoping to assist struggling local restaurants and bored local mouths alike. In honor of the year-old mark of the COVID-19 pandemic, they’re sharing their favorites so far to help you keep getting through. (Please, please let it end relatively soon!)

Xiao Chi Jie

278 106th Ave. N.E., Bellevue; 425-598-2184;

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RICHMOND, Va. — Philadelphia native turned Richmonder Tyenella Hall says being in the kitchen, whipping up some of her Nana’s handwritten recipes lifts her spirits like nothing else can.

“Cooking saved my life, period,” said Hall, an Army veteran and licensed nurse who found herself suffering with PTSD after a tragic loss.

Hall, who never shies away from her truth, said cooking was the one thing that helped.

“With my PTSD, cooking gave me a regimen that allowed me to step outside of being stuck inside of a bubble with medication,” Hall said. explained. “So as a result of cooking,

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An outspoken California restaurant owner has joined the effort to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom over his coronavirus closures that have created what she called a “humanitarian crisis” for restaurants and small businesses across the state.

Angela Marsden, Pineapple Hill Grill & Saloon owner, went viral recently after she voiced her frustrations with Mayor Eric Garcetti’s ban on outdoor dining in an emotional video. Marsden at the time claimed that the mayor had shut down her outdoor patio while allowing a Hollywood movie crew to set up

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SAN ANTONIO – All San Antonio Water System customers in San Antonio can now use their tap water without boiling, utility officials announced Tuesday.

After completing the required water quality sampling, and in consultation with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, SAWS scientists determined that all areas of San Antonio have been released from the boil water notice.

SAWS’ water status map shows green for all of San Antonio.

SAWS recommends that customers run their faucets and water fountains for a short time prior to using the water for drinking or cooking because there may be some sediment that needs

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In an effort to shed its stuffy image and push the boundaries of food service during SIP, the restaurant at the Claremont Club & Spa is taking food pairings to new highs, literally.

On March 5, the Limewood Bar & Restaurant is offering its first-ever food-and-weed pairing, a four-course dinner that promises “mind-blowing deliciousness” with a stellar high to match. To start, an amuse bouche of crispy Hemp Honey Gougeres.

According to executive chef Joseph Paire, who knows a little something about cooking with cannabis, the lamb loin and other dishes on the menu are smoked to enhance their

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