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Forget mediocre food

Day: May 13, 2021

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Coronavirus

The pandemic-induced era of disposable paper menus is coming to a close.

Customers talk about the menu while having dinner on the patio at Chickadee restaurant in Boston. Craig Walker / The Boston Globe, File

Allowing amusement parks and road races to resume operations weren’t the only COVID-19 rule changes that took effect Monday in Massachusetts.

In addition to headliner reopening steps, Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration also quietly issued new guidelines for restaurants that eliminate some of the rules that had appeared to focus on preventing the transmission of COVID-19 through surfaces, which disease experts say is infinitesimally rare

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A new study led by the Center for Nutraceuticals in the University of Westminster shows that pink drinks can help to make you run faster and further compared to clear drinks.

The researchers found that a pink drink can increase exercise performance by 4.4 percent and can also increase a ‘feel good’ effect which can make exercise seem easier.

The study, published in the journal Frontiers in Nutrition, is the first investigation to assess the effect of drink color on exercise performance and provides the potential to open a new avenue of future research in the field of sports

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Bierport
4115 Butler St., Lawrenceville. bierport.com
Bierport is hosting a Spring Floral Popcorn Pickup this Thu., May 13, from 5-8 p.m. Despite the rain showers last week, spring is still in the air, and you’ll be able to feel it more with their Lavender and Rosemary popcorn. It’s a twist on Bierport’s classic popcorn accompanied by Steel City Salt’s Rosemary and Lavender Sea Salt. Traditional popcorn will also be

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Chemical giants DuPont and Daikin knew the dangers of a PFAS compound widely used in food packaging since 2010, but hid them from the public and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), company studies obtained by the Guardian reveal.

The chemicals, called 6:2 FTOH, are now linked to a range of serious health issues, and Americans are still being exposed to them in greaseproof pizza boxes, carryout containers, fast-food wrappers, and paperboard packaging.

The companies initially told the FDA that the compounds were safer and less likely to accumulate in humans than older types of PFAS, also known as “forever

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Oh, baby, is the latest installment of “Cooking with Cal” a good one!

TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer and oldest son, Cal, 4, teamed up to make cinnamon buns from a recipe you can find on the blog Ambitious Kitchen in a segment Tuesday in which she teased her pregnancy with some wordplay alluding to the fact she’s expecting.

“It’s a special delivery of ‘Cooking with Cal,’” she began.

“You’ve never made this recipe before, but I’m positive when you test it you’re going to love it,” Dylan told him before they started.

They warmed up some milk and pour it into

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