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Day: March 1, 2021

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) — While the pandemic has put a damper on a lot of things, one Fort Wayne restaurant is trying to make the best of it. 

In hoping to spread the Greek culture throughout Fort Wayne, it’s called Urban Greek which will be based out of Cosmos on Lima Road. 

Owner Sam Bourounis told ABC21 he and his family are trying to bring more freshness and deliciousness of authentic Greek food to share with the community. 

Their grand opening will be March 2nd at 4pm. This concept will be a ghost kitchen where people can place pickup

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It’s well-known that drinking wine in moderation may have several science-backed health benefits. As Kelli McGrane, MS, RD, a registered dietitian for the food-tracking app Lose It! explained to us, moderate wine consumption is associated with a reduced risk of heart disease and stroke, is known to help protect against diabetes, and may help increase your body’s level of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. One study published in the journal BMC Medicine even found that people who drink between two and seven glasses of wine per week were less likely to suffer from depression.

But, according to a study conducted by

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IBM’s food-tracking blockchain technology will be used by the Carrefour multinational retail firm to track food supply lines from the farm to the store. An agreement between Majid Al Futtaim — the firm that operates Carrefour in the Middle East — and IBM will see the retail giant use the IBM Food Trust initially to track two food categories: chicken and microgreens.

The IBM Food Trust is a blockchain-specific platform designed for the food industry, hosted on the IBM Cloud. Carrefour, which recorded $97 billion in revenue in 2019, will enable customers to scan QR codes on the products in

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(CNN) — The signs of the Renaissance are everywhere in Italy.

Grand piazzas and palazzos. Metal-spiked doors. Looming archways. And, of course, all that ever-present art in the churches and galleries.

But in one city, you also get a taste of the Renaissance every time you enter a restaurant.

Ferrara, in the northern region of Emilia Romagna, was once home to the Estense court, or House of Este, which ruled the city from the 13th to the 18th centuries.

The court, on the bank of the River Po, was one of the most formidable cultural powers during the Renaissance.

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Try not to get into an argument with Justin Sutherland. You won’t win.

The former high school speech and debate champ knows how to work any angle of a conflict until he’s the one in control. Take, for example, the time his dad wanted the garage painted and offered Sutherland $100 for the job. When his dad came home, he found Justin’s brother, Jared, with the paintbrush. Justin had offered Jared $50 to complete the chore, and kept the other half as commission.

“My dad lost his mind. ‘I hired you to paint the garage!’ ” Justin recalled. “I was

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Though many restaurants remain closed during the pandemic, for those that remain open, dining and dashing remains a problem — and even forced one Los Angeles restaurant owner to close up shop, CBS Los Angeles reports

According to the Los Angeles Times, a growing number of the city’s restaurants have struggled as scammers take advantage of internet ordering to use fraudulent credit cards or request refunds, claiming they never received part or all of an order.  

The Korean Fusion Cafe “Spoon by H” had the ingredients to become an L.A. success story but is the epitome of a

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