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Day: May 9, 2021

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An anonymous diner who has been leaving huge tips for restaurant staff members during the coronavirus pandemic has surfaced again. 

The patron, known as the “COVID Bandit,” most recently visited the Flagstaff House Restaurant in Boulder, Colorado, according to the eatery’s Facebook page. 

On Sunday, the restaurant posted a picture of a receipt signed “COVID Bandit” with a $4,600 tip left on a $1,047.84 meal. 


Aside from the diner’s signature “COVID Sucks” note and smiley face, the person also wrote that the huge tip should be

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— Record First Quarter Net Sales Rise 17.1 Percent to $1.24 Billion —
— First Quarter Net Income Increases 13.0 percent to $315.2 Million —
— First Quarter Net Income per Diluted Share Increases 14.2 percent to $0.59 per share —

CORONA, Calif., May 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Monster Beverage Corporation (NASDAQ: MNST) today reported financial results for the three-months ended March 31, 2021.

COVID-19 Pandemic

The Company’s top priority remains the health, safety and well-being of its employees. The Company’s flavor manufacturing facilities, its co-packers, warehouses and shipment facilities, have operated throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The Company’s bottlers/distributors

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There are so many ways you can brew coffee these days. There’s pour-over, French press, Chemex, Aeropress, and now you can even steep coffee like it’s tea. With so many different ways to make a cup of coffee, we had to ask ourselves—are any of them considered the healthiest? Quick answer: Not really. After consulting multiple dietitians, we concluded that the best coffee to drink is one that isn’t loaded with added sugars.

This may seem simple and perhaps a bit vague, but the truth is that coffee’s actually pretty good for you. If you’re keeping your caffeine

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There is no such thing as zero risk when it comes to food safety, according to researchers.

Consumers, industry and governments typically desire foods that are free of any risk but scientists said zero risk is unattainable in food production regardless of the severity of inactivation treatments or stringency of sampling programs.

Risk-based approaches such as Microbial Risk Assessment (MRA) are increasingly used to manage food safety hazards, evaluate risks and identify control strategies that reduce risks to an acceptable level.

Researchers Marcel Zwietering, Alberto Garre, Martin Wiedmann and Robert Buchanan presented the study, published in Current Opinion in Food

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1940s mother proudly holds up plucked turkey to show children

Photo: H. Armstrong Roberts/ClassicStock / Contributor (Getty Images)

Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday, and it’s got us thinking about all the meals (and desserts) that our moms fed their insufferably picky children throughout over the years. If there’s one thing we want to make clear, it’s that not everyone’s mom is an enthusiastic cook. And that’s fine! They still get the credit for stocking the pantry with snacks, whether store-bought or homemade, and they have our belated apologies for having to endure our theatrics when presented with a dreaded plate of greens. So: what foods

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SALT LAKE CITY — If you love home-cooked meals but not the time and energy it takes to prepare them, this is for you.

From keeping a well-stocked pantry to batch cooking, give any of these nine time-savings tips a try to help make cooking at home a breeze.

1. Plan Ahead

Taking some time during your week to plan out meals — especially dinners — can make cooking less stressful. No more wondering what you’ll be having for dinner at 4:30 p.m. each day. Planning ahead also helps you know what ingredients you’ll need beforehand so you won’t be

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