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For many of us, one of the most difficult things about social distancing is not being able to share a meal. Whether that's extended family dinners or cocktail hour on a sunny patio, the measures that help combat the global pandemic are keeping us apart. And boy is it difficult. To help cultivate a sense of community (and increase much-needed revenue), dozens of Austin restaurants are participating in the ATX Living Room Picnic, a citywide... ...
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When Finegan Ferrebouf and her partner, Jason Gold, moved back to Austin in January with their one-month-old baby to start Steelbow Farm, the idea was to take their first year slowly, to ease back into life on the east side. With the sudden onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, things have not worked out for them as planned. The couple has spent the better part of the last decade farming, most recently in Portland, Maine. When... ...
As some of you know, since the lockdown (and since my book tour was postponed), I’ve been doing a daily Apéro Hour (Happy Hour) on Instagram Live. At 6pm (CET, Paris time) each day, I’ve been demonstrating a different drink, ranging from cocktails to classic café drinks and apéritifs. Along the way, I’m talking about French spirits and apéritifs, sharing some history and lore about... ...
These green salad recipes add a little color and crunch to every meal. ...
Delicious, healthy canned tuna recipes that make the perfect quick lunch, dinner or savory snack! These easy ways to use a can of tuna use fresh, simple ingredients and pack plenty of flavor and protein. A great way to use up a pantry staple! We’re back with one of my favorite pantry staples for making The post Delicious Recipes Using a Can of Tuna appeared first on Ambitious Kitchen. ...
by Chase Burns Bill Withers, circa 1973. Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesA labor union is accusing Portland's Powell's Books of misleading the public about its recent rehires: The iconic bookstore announced two weeks ago that it would have to lay off most of its staff. Then, the bookstore announced last Sunday that “we have over 100 folks working at Powell again—all full-time with benefits." The labor union says only 49 of those 100 staff members were laid off, the rest were "management staff, doing frontline bookseller, shelver and shipping work, instead of the union workers who were trained to do this work and did that work every day." Catch up on the latest COVID-19 updates: Riiiiiiiiight here. Are you stressed out? You're in good company. Everyone is stressed out, even Bill Gates: "I never lived through anything this dramatic,” Gates said today. "When I wake up in the morning, I think,...
Versatile and readily available at any time of year, frozen peas are an easy substitute for fresh in all sorts of recipes. ...
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