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NEW YORK, June 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — O’Dwyer’s, a leading public relations industry publication, has officially released its annual PR rankings, naming 5W Public Relations’ Food and Beverage practice among the top 15 in the U.S. for the fifth consecutive year. O’Dwyer’s ranks PR agencies based on their fees, and reviews PR firm’s income statements from the previous year to determine the rankings.

5WPR’s food and beverage division provides communications services to a wide span of category leaders across alcohol and sprits, consumer packaged goods, beverages, convenience and delivery services, as well as sit down and quick service restaurants. Long

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As of Friday, Sacramento’s Restaurant Week is officially on — but it’s a lot simpler this year.”Sacramento Restaurant Week, it’s a gift card promotion, and what we’re doing is, we basically have 40 restaurants that are participating, and so their fans can go to Cravesac.com and they can purchase gift cards at a 10% discount,” said Jeremy Groebel of Jack’s Urban Eats.Restaurant week will also last longer this year. Since restaurants don’t officially reopen to full capacity without restrictions until June 15, restaurant week will last through the 20th this year, but online only.Participating restaurants also don’t pay out of … Read More

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To make Lizzie Markham’s “Black Raspberry Daiquiri for When Emotions Are Running High,” you’ll need white rum for strength and connection, simple syrup for sweetness, Chambord for pleasure and joy, lime juice for a mood boost, and a sprinkle of edible glitter “just because it’s beautiful.” Shake off the bad vibes in a shaker tin, then strain the shimmering contents into a glass. As Markham reminds you with a wink, this cocktail is not meant to be savored: “The faster you drink, the faster you feel better.”

Markham, who has amassed more than 87,000 TikTok followers since December,

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Massachusetts restaurant reopens for first time in over a year after closing due to pandemic



TODD? TODD: THIS IS REOPENING WEEKEND FOR TAVERN ON MERRIMACK AND THE REOPENING IS A RELIEF FOR THE OWNER, STAFF, AND THE REGULARS WHO WERE WONDERING WHEN OR IF THE PLACE WOULD REOPEN. WELL, IT IS NOW BACK OPEN AND IT IS BUSY. THE OWNER, LISA BEBO, SAYS SHE WAITED TO REOPEN UNTIL SHE COULD SEE A LIGHT AT THE END OF THE COVID TUNNEL NOW, WITH VACCINES WIDELY AVAILABLE, AND FALLING CASE COUNTS,

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Let the record show that I make a terrible roommate. I can still hear my mother’s voice as she encountered the sink full of dishes, the counter spilling over with spices and syrups: “I can’t live like this!”

About nine months ago, I moved back home to Atlanta to write a cookbook with my mother, Jean. A couch-surfing freeloader, I was only supposed to be there for a couple of months to work on the kimchi chapter, a selection of heirloom recipes I would never have been able to develop over the phone from New York, where I live now.

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A company is looking to pay someone $120,000 a year to drink wine in California—and it’ll even cover your rent.

Murphy-Goode Winery, based in Sonoma County, has advertised a dream job, which along with a $10,000-a-month salary includes a year’s supply of wine.

The lucky applicant will live rent-free in the picturesque town of Healdsburg, learning about all aspects of wine-making and harvesting.

Murphy-Goode Winery says it is looking for a person who “answers, ‘yes, please’ when someone asks you ‘red or white’.”

“You didn’t choose wine; wine chose you. Do words like Cabernet, Rosé, and Chardonnay just roll off

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