Day: February 4, 2021

Office para street food vendors cheer up as pre-lockdown regulars return | Kolkata News

After enduring losses and uncertainty for months of lockdown, street food vendors around office areas in Kolkata are finally heaving a sigh of relief. Though business is not back to what it was in the “old normal”, they are happy to see almost 60% of their regular customers come back. Raju Yadav, who owns a tea shop beside Nazrul Tirtha, Rajarhat, said, “I had inherited this shop from my uncle more than a decade ago. He used to tell me that when times are tough, patience and a cool mind help us navigate through our problems. That is the mantra
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Accused Capitol rioter known as ‘QAnon Shaman’ hasn’t eaten in days because jail food isn’t organic: court papers

The accused U.S. Capitol rioter known as the “QAnon Shaman” whined to jail officials that he hasn’t eaten in days because the food behind bars isn’t organic, federal court papers show.

Jacob Chansley, 33 — who wore a pelt and horns in the halls of Congress during the Jan. 6 insurrection, and later said he was “betrayed” by President Trump for not pardoning him — claims he can’t consume genetically modified organisms because of his religious beliefs.

“I have eaten only organic food for the past 8 years because of my being a shamanic practitioner … this means no

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Good, healthy food need not be expensive, says this seasoned chef

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 23) — The pandemic has made more Filipinos health-conscious especially with their diets, a renowned chef has observed.

“It’s actually a wonderful thing. I think that because of the pandemic, people have kind of become so much more introspective and thought about health and wellness a lot more,” Asia’s 2016 Best Female Chef Margarita Forés told CNN Philippines’ The Exchange.

This has led to people in the culinary sector like her to “pivot a little bit” and offer their customers more nutritious food options, said the restaurateur known for launching the likes of Italian

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First Wonderbird fast-food chicken restaurant takes flight in Jacksonville Beach

A savory sandwich that’s long been a favorite of guests at a popular Jacksonville neighborhood restaurant laid the foundation for a new eatery that opened this week in Jacksonville Beach.



a sign on the side of a building: Wonderbird opened its first fast-food chicken restaurant Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 528 Beach Blvd. in Jacksonville Beach.


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Wonderbird opened its first fast-food chicken restaurant Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 528 Beach Blvd. in Jacksonville Beach.

An all-natural chicken breast lightly breaded for a crispy crust has topped the menu at The Local since the restaurant opened nearly four years ago  in the Miramar neighborhood of Jacksonville. 

The popularity of the chicken sandwich grew as The Local’s co-founders and owners — Ted Stein and JC  Demetree —

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