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Day: March 19, 2021

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Don’t wear your Sunday best for a meal at Mr. Crab.

You should be prepared to get a bit messy at the new restaurant in the Gator Hole Plaza in North Myrtle Beach. It specializes in seafood boils.

“This is a real crab boil. This is a messy crab boil. Lick your fingers and get messy. It’s the real deal here,” said Mr. Crab bar manager Rachel Barr. “We’ve got sauces and flavor. You’re going to need gloves.”

Customers can choose boils featuring crab (blue, snow and dungeness), lobster tails, shrimp, crawfish, mussels, clams and sausage, and

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Analysts Say ‘Buy the Dip’ in These 3 Stocks

Smart stock investing shouldn’t be emotional, but investors are only human, after all, making it difficult to follow a rational trading strategy. Investors should remember the advice of Warren Buffett: “We simply attempt to be fearful when others are greedy and to be greedy only when others are fearful.” What Buffett is advocating is the oldest of market advice: buy low and sell high. Taking this into consideration, we set out on our own search for compelling investment opportunities trading at a discount. Using TipRanks database, we were able to

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It’s official—PepsiCo has poached LeBron James from Coca-Cola Co. 

The basketball megastar will be the face of the new Mtn Dew Rise Energy drink as part of a larger endorsement deal that will include other brands across PepsiCo’s food and beverage lineup, as well as social justice endeavors, the company confirmed today.

Coca-Cola Co. said in January that it had parted ways with James, ending a relationship that began in 2003 when he was 18-years-old. Pepsi had declined to comment on reports that it landed the star, until today, when it outlined the relationship. The company did not disclose financial

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Nationwide restaurant reports have made it clear: The spots that have fared the best during the COVID-19 pandemic are those that have been able to offer drive-thru service. Chick-fil-A has been an all-star fast-food chain when it comes to its drive-thru business, and now, the beloved chicken spot is taking that commitment even further.

Chick-fil-A is rolling out a fleet of food trucks to bring its most popular menu items to more communities, according to a local news station in Wane, Indiana. Some franchise operators with Chick-fil-A locations in mall food courts—which have been particularly hard hit—are parking the new

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Cherries came in seventh on the list of the 46 most contaminated foods, followed by peaches, pears, bell and hot peppers, celery, and tomatoes.

“Multiple pesticide residues are extremely rare on Clean Fifteen vegetables,” the EWG report stated. “Only 8 percent of Clean Fifteen fruit and vegetable samples had two or more pesticides.”

Vegetables on this list include sweet corn, onions, frozen peas, eggplant, asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and mushrooms.

The guide’s cleanest fruits include pineapple, papaya, kiwi, honeydew melon, cantaloupe and avocado (yes, it’s a fruit). Avocados and sweet corn were the least contaminated, the report found, with less

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ezra klein

I’m Ezra Klein. And this is “The Ezra Klein Show.” [THEME MUSIC PLAYING]

I’ve read Mark Bittman forever. I read him at The New York Times when he wrote “The Minimalist” cooking column, which I loved. I don’t think I can tell you how many recipes I made from that. I bought his cookbooks. I had “How to Cook Everything,” that big red one. And then when I went vegetarian, I had “How to Cook Everything Vegetarian.” I did not have the baking one because I don’t bake. I read his food policy writing. He’s like my cranky

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