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Three recipes to dig into this month

Three recipes to dig into this month

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The Spanish Dwelling Kitchen by Jose Pizarro

If you’re looking to delve into the world of traditional Spanish cuisine, this book is an excellent choice (Hardie Grant)

In the event you’re trying to delve into the world of conventional Spanish delicacies, this e book is a wonderful selection (Hardie Grant)

In the event you’re trying to delve into the world of Spanish delicacies, then this appetising providing from restaurateur José Pizarro is a wonderful selection. Full of conventional recipes that cowl every part from tortillas to Iberico pork, The Spanish Dwelling Kitchen is a results of many years of genuine house cooking. Within the few weeks I’ve had the cookbook, I’ve spent most of it

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WA Regulation Asks Eating places Reduce Plastic Utensils Beginning Subsequent Month

OLYMPIA, WA — If you cannot eat your phad thai with no plastic fork, you’d higher observe asking for one, as a result of beginning subsequent 12 months, Washington eating places can now not robotically embrace single-use plastic utensils or objects of their orders.

Because the state Division of Ecology explains, that is as a result of a brand new plastics legislation — which handed the state legislature in 2021, however goes into impact at the beginning of 2022 — which says meals service companies might solely present “single use meals service merchandise solely after affirming that the shopper desires

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Urbanspace Food Hall Will Finally Open Next Month in Chicago

Food halls were a craze in Chicago before the pandemic; the most celebrated entries included Time Out Chicago and Politan Row Chicago. But as COVID-19 took hold, the logistics of indoor communal dining doomed many existing food halls and future projects. Now, one of the city’s most anticipated food hall projects is finally going forward. Urbanspace — a New York-based food hall chain headlined by Brooklyn’s famous Roberta’s Pizza — has announced a mid-September opening timeframe for its location at 15 W. Washington Street in the Loop.

The 12,000-square-foot Loop location, known as Urbanspace Washington, was originally slated to open

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Hebbertsburg dinner, dance now on 2nd Saturday of the month | Glade Sun

Mark this date change on your calendars! 

For the balance of this season, the Hebbertsburg dinners and dances will be held on the second Saturday of the month. 

That means the August event will be on Saturday, Aug. 14.

Everything else remains the same. Doors will open about 3:30 p.m., meals will be served starting around 4,  and the Memory Road Band will play from 5-8 p.m., with the Sweet T Cloggers entertaining during the band’s breaks. (The Sweet Ts alone are reason enough to come to the dinner and dance!)

Adult donations are $6 each at the door, with

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Ring In National Ice Cream Month with New and Classic Crystal Creamery Ice Cream Flavors

MODESTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–This July, America’s favorite dessert takes center stage during National Ice Cream Month, and Crystal Creamery has plenty of delicious flavors to help you celebrate. The newest addition to the ice cream lineup, Birthday Cake, boasts a cake batter ice cream base with cake pieces and rainbow sprinkles throughout – a tribute to Crystal Creamery’s 120th year in business. All of Crystal Creamery’s ice cream flavors are made with only the simplest ingredients like cream, sugar and milk sourced from local family farms.

“Northern California always screams for ice cream and we are so

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Dan Pelosi shares his famous rainbow bread recipe for Pride Month

Rainbow bread

Dan Pelosi is an In The Know cooking contributor. Follow him on Instagram and visit his website for more.

The Rainbow Pride Flag debuted in June of 1978. Designed by Gilbert Baker, it was comprised of eight colors, with each given a specific meaning: Sex, Life, Healing, Sunlight, Nature, Magic/Art, Serenity and Spirit. The flag has since taken on new colors, new meanings and new communities over time. Each new color is a sign of progress in the ever-expanding LGBTQIA+ community.

In June of 1982, another iconic symbol of pride debuted: Me. I was born to the most

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