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DENVER — The service industry continues to struggle to bring workers back through the door. While many blame continuing unemployment benefits, others say a shift in the workforce dynamic since COVID-19 has caused new challenges.

Patrick Dizon is the general manager at Comida Restaurant in The Stanley Marketplace, but this year, he has taken on many new roles.

“I’m a bartender, server, busser, line cook, head pastry chef, dishwasher,” Dizon said. “All of it.”

All of those roles remain unfilled as the restaurant seeks new employees. The company is posting numerous positions on social media and hiring websites in an

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The recipes you’ll discover listed here are vegetarian, typically vegan, written with the home cook in mind. So, most of their recipes are vegan and gluten-free, if you live in Chicago or in the nearby space, you can also go to one of the best local markets the couple buy their fresh components from.

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Openings & Announcements 

Executive chef Jack Moore of Watershed Kitchen & Bar (1145 Chesapeake Ave.) is in the process of reopening the distillery restaurant, which has remained closed for more than a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In an interview last week, Moore said he plans to reopen the Grandview area restaurant and bar in June, before the first day of summer. In the wake of the restaurant shutdown in March 2020, Moore turned the Watershed kitchen into a commissary for feeding laid off staff members. He kept the kitchen open for several weeks until the food ran out.

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Looking for something to make cooking fun again after spending so much time at home in the kitchen lately? Us, too. Prepping, cooking and storing your food can be a bit more entertaining with some handy and user-friendly products. To help you out, we’ve selected 10 kitchen gadgets, all of which have brilliant design in common that’s been proven to WORK.

Rolling Trivets by Eva Solo
A clever and fun piece of design, these trivets are easy to slide and magnets guarantee they grip the cookware they’re holding.

citrus juicer

Small Artisan Citrus Juicer by Verve Culture
Individually cast in sand, this

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — An employee of a Hermitage KFC tore apart the kitchen and threw multiple heavy items at a co-worker because he was mad over how they were preparing the food, according to an arrest warrant.

Metro police responded around 5:45 p.m. Sunday to a disturbance on the fast food restaurant on Lebanon Pike near Andrew Jackson Parkway.

Kenneth Douglas (Courtesy: Metro Nashville Police Department)

When officers arrived, they said they spoke with the manager who explained 20-year-old Kenneth Douglas, who works at the KFC,

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Various kitchen tools seen from above on wooden table

Photo: Peter Stark (Getty Images)

Last CallLast CallLast Call is The Takeout’s online watering hole where you can chat, share recipes, and use the comment section as an open thread. Here’s what we’ve been reading/watching/listening around the office today.

Sometimes you have to ease yourself slowly out of the thick of your screen-based workday, cutting your media diet with more and more sucrose until you find a pleasant note upon which to close your laptop and go for a damn walk. Today, the drug of choice is a BuzzFeed listicle called “28 Things That’ll

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