Home » worth


GST evasion price Rs 3 crore unearthed in utensils dealer’s companies

Chhatarpur (Madhya Pradesh): The sleuths of the Business Tax Division dug out GST evasion price Rs 3 crore by a service provider of kitchen utensils within the metropolis on Tuesday, official sources mentioned.

The workforce raided eight companies of the businessman prior to now eight days, mentioned joint commissioner of anti-evasion workforce Ganesh Kawarkar.

It occurred for the primary time that the officers held a press convention to make the tax evasion public.

Kawarkar mentioned {that a} 40-member workforce was arrange on December 15 to survey the official premises of the dealer Harishchandra Rawat.

Accordingly, the workforce raided Maa Bhagrajan

Read More

These are the 8 best food and drink events in Fort Worth this week

With vaccinations helping to tame the pandemic, foodie events around Fort Worth are slowly ramping back up. This batch includes a steak cookoff, a museum cafe happy hour, a crawfish boil, and a yoga class with beer in hand.

Here’s what’s happening in Fort Worth food events this week:

Wednesday June 16

Farmers Market and Food Trucks at West Side Farmers Market

Farmers market in West Fort Worth offers locally grown and handmade items including produce, bread, biscuits, honey, smoked meats, jams, jellies, gifts and more. Pick up a bite to eat from local food truck vendors

Read More

9 ‘foodie towns’ in Pennsylvania worth visiting

If you’re hungry for adventure or just looking for an excuse to leave town, Pennsylvania is packed with delicious road trips.

We suggest you hit the highway or back roadways for a taste of what’s to love about the state. To assist you, we’ve crafted a list of “foodie towns” – those stops with equal parts fun attractions and a decent offering of restaurants, inns, coffee shops and breweries, among other stops.

For this list, we steered clear of the obvious cities like Philadelphia and Pittsburgh with active restaurant scenes.

Also, we recognize this list is subjective. We welcome suggestions

Read More

Layne’s Chicken Fingers Plans to Open More than 30 Dallas-Fort Worth Locations

Welcome to AM Intel in the time of coronavirus, a round-up of the city’s newest bits of restaurant-related intel. Follow Eater on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-date details on how COVID-19 is impacting the city’s dining scene.

Cult fave chicken finger restaurant Layne’s opens this week near Fort Worth

Layne’s, a College Station chicken strip restaurant that’s developed a cult-following among Texas A&M University graduates, is opening the first of several new North Texas locations this weekend in Roanoke. The restaurant, known for crispy fried chicken fingers, Texas toast sandwiches, and a sought-after special sauce, will open on April

Read More

A cake worth the buzz

With its classical skep shape and cute little stingless bees, there is perhaps no better cake to celebrate the arrival of spring, a baby shower or brunch than this delightful beehive cake from “Zo Bakes Cakes” by Zo Franois.

In the book — which is filled with dozens of cake recipes and luscious photographs — Franois prepares it using banana cake and walnut-praline buttercream filling. It’s also delicious made with Franois’ yellow cake and almond-praline buttercream.

In addition to the swarm of easy-to-make, whimsical marzipan bees adorning it, this buzz-worthy cake’s buttercream frosting gets a sweet sting of flavor from

Read More

Margaret Button: Reader kitchen hacks, viral recipes worth your time | Food

My last column featured some of my favorite kitchen hacks. I had many comments on the various ideas I mentioned, though, only Marilyn Gattuso, a native of North Adams and a former Pittsfield resident, now of Naples, Fla., offered her favorite. A retired English teacher from Wahconah Regional High School, she sent me an email saying:

“When you burn your hand/fingers while baking or cooking, immediately place your hand in a container of flour or cover the area with flour — sting and potential blister/scar will disappear. You may also want to keep a Ziplock bag of flour in the

Read More