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Why Eating Pizza with A Knife and Fork Is Sometimes Fine

Why Eating Pizza with A Knife and Fork Is Sometimes Fine

Despite living most of my life in the U.S., I grew up in a deeply Brazilian household. Along with greeting everyone with a kiss on the cheek, binging novelas with my grandmother, and wearing only white on New Year’s Eve, that meant we ate nearly everything — even the occasional cheeseburger — with a fork and knife. Most notably, though, this includes pizza. When I recently asked a family member about why she eats her pizza with a fork and knife, she responded, “Well what else would you eat it with? Your hands?” As a dual citizen, I’ve learned to enjoy my pizza both with cutlery and without,...

Nov 5
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Start Making Your Christmas Fruitcake Right Now

Start Making Your Christmas Fruitcake Right Now

For most of us, this time of year is all about autumn and the beauty of the harvest season. There are overly ambitious Halloween costumes to be dreamed up and then abandoned, apple picking to be done for whatever reason, orange and yellow leaves to be peeped. But for the rare few, this time of year means Christmas, because it marks the beginning of the long, dedicated, two-month process that goes into making a holiday-appropriate, dried-fruit-studded fruitcake. A traditional fruitcake, the kind that you find wrapped in plastic in boxes in American and (more often) British grocery stores...

Nov 3
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Specs’, the Eccentric Bar in North Beach, Reopens After a Long Year 

Specs’, the Eccentric Bar in North Beach, Reopens After a Long Year 

At the iconic crossroads of Broadway and Columbus, turn a corner and peer down an alley, and you’ll stumble upon Specs’ Bar, the eccentric dive more formally known as Specs’ Twelve Adler Museum Cafe. The North Beach institution originally opened in the late 60s, serving well drinks, displaying knick knacks and oddities, and welcoming poets and musicians. Like many beloved dive bars across the city, Specs’ has been closed for more than a year, by far the longest period in the bar’s 53-year history. But finally, some good news for old friends of this weird and wonderful dive: Specs’ is...

April 23, 2021
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Backed By One of NYC’s Largest Unions, Food Delivery Workers Protest for Better Work Conditions

Backed By One of NYC’s Largest Unions, Food Delivery Workers Protest for Better Work Conditions

Los Deliveristas Unidos, a growing group of food delivery workers in New York City, is now working with the city’s largest union of service workers, representatives with SEIU Local 32BJ announced at a rally on Wednesday. The City news of the partnership. On Wednesday, a group of more than 2,000 food delivery workers biked from Times Square to Foley Square as part of a protest calling for improved work conditions. Their ongoing list of demands includes higher pay, increased bathroom access, and expansions to protected bike lanes. The workers also seek to be recognized as employees of the...

April 23, 2021
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Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams Opening Two San Diego Scoop Shops

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams Opening Two San Diego Scoop Shops

Ice cream fans, rejoice. Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, the favorite brand of President Joe Biden, a noted ice cream fanatic, is coming to San Diego. Headquartered in Ohio, the company was founded in 2002 by Jeni Britton Bauer and now operates more than 50 stores around the country. Bauer has also authored two books on ice cream making; her first, called Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at Home, won a James Beard Award in 2012. While its ultra-premium pints have been available locally at Whole Foods, Ralphs, and Bristol Farms, Jeni’s is now bringing two scoop shops to the area that will both open...

April 21, 2021
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Why Does Mare of Easttown from ‘Mare of Easttown’ Drink Rolling Rock? An Investigation

Why Does Mare of Easttown from ‘Mare of Easttown’ Drink Rolling Rock? An Investigation

Over the weekend, Mare of Easttown, the long-awaited-by-people-in-Philly crime drama miniseries starring Kate Winslet, premiered on HBO. Winslet plays Mare, a detective in a small Pennsylvania town who is consumed by a murder investigation and a separate cold case while she privately grieves the loss of someone close to her. The show is full of mystery and suspense, but no mystery is more consuming than the one of why Mare, a hardscrabble detective from Southeastern Pennsylvania, doesn’t drink Yuengling. Mare of Easttown is Winslet’s first scripted TV appearance since playing the titular...

April 21, 2021
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How a Houston-Made Hemp Vodka Went From Garage Hobby to Hot Commodity

How a Houston-Made Hemp Vodka Went From Garage Hobby to Hot Commodity

Eight years ago, Ben Williams was just a vodka fan with a penchant for tinkering. Equipped with a 13-gallon still and a head full of knowledge acquired via books and YouTube videos on distillation, Williams took to his garage with grain, sugar, and yeast to make a vodka better than any he’d ever tried before.That is, of course, until the police showed up. — some might call it moonshining — and Williams says that the officer who saw the still in his garage politely told him to pack it up and stop making booze in the neighborhood. Not wanting to put an end to his pursuit of the best vodka in...

April 20, 2021
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YouTuber Mike Chen Is Ready to Shine the Spotlight on Dallas’s Asian Dining Scene

YouTuber Mike Chen Is Ready to Shine the Spotlight on Dallas’s Asian Dining Scene

Just days after landing in Dallas, YouTuber Mike Chen was already posing for selfies with his subscribers at local eateries. The face of a, a YouTube channel that highlights a broad range of Asian cuisines and restaurants across the country, Chen boasts a following of more than 3 million subscribers. Now, he’s ready to turn their attention to what he sees as one of the country’s finest dining scenes, especially when it comes to Vietnamese, Korean, and barbecue.Chen moved to Dallas two weeks ago from Seattle, which he used as a home base to travel the globe scoping out its finest night...

April 21, 2021
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La Cocina Claps Back on Social Media After Claims of Gentrification at Its Marketplace

La Cocina Claps Back on Social Media After Claims of Gentrification at Its Marketplace

Filed under:The cost of operating a restaurant in San Francisco is still very, very expensive, FYIat the beginning of April after years in the making, giving BIPOC female entrepreneurs the chance to operate their small businesses in the heart of downtown San Francisco. Six businesses are currently operating out of the Tenderloin space, with a seventh slated to join, offering everything from Nepalese momos to Algerian stew. It’s a hard-won success in a city that has had historically high rents and , and an extraordinary partnership between a non-profit and the city government.RelatedStill,...

April 16, 2021
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The Dinner Party Is Now Very Online

The Dinner Party Is Now Very Online

When Mya Gelber started making videos on TikTok early this year, the 26-year-old went for the known format of the fit check, posing while putting on Carhartts and coats. But in April, it was a video of one of her monthly dinner parties, showing handwritten menus tied to gingham napkins and a tablescape scattered with eucalyptus leaves, that found unexpected success, drawing over 500,000 views. Gelber now uses the platform primarily to share dinner party inspiration and guides, budget tips, and playlist suggestions, but the fashion hasn’t dropped out entirely since she also dreams up...

Jun 24
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