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Action News Top 6: Happy hours in Philadelphia (Part 2)

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — I have shown you where to have a fun time and find a delicious meal, but now I am on the search for a great deal! In this week’s Top 6, you can come along while I check out the best and most affordable happy hours around.

Dim Sum House by Jane G’s in University City surprised me with some of the best traditional Chinese cuisine I have had to date, and I started with a little sip of the Saki Sangria. The Pork and Shrimp Shumai was my absolute favorite, with the Crystal Shrimp Dumplings close

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LOREN SHAUM: A taste of Mexico comes to Lake Country | News

The lot in Wawasee Village that long ago housed the highly popular Foo and Faye Chinese Restaurant now has a different ethnic look. Moving from Logansport into what was once Duffy’s Irish-themed bar, owner Shayla Canseco renovated the building into all things Mexico, including décor, drinks and food.

Opening July 9, the Los Toritos (translates to “the Bulls”) Mexican Grill has seen steady business and adds another food option in Lake Country.

EXTENSIVE MENU

The huge spiral-bound laminated menu is nine pages of Mexican delicacies, including a full page of lunch specials. There’s every kind of nacho, burrito, tostada, taco,

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Baltimore Food Personality Becomes Netflix Star on New Show | Maryland News

By JOHN-JOHN WILLIAMS IV, The Baltimore Sun

BALTIMORE (AP) — You have probably seen Tim Chin or one of his photographs of delectable, decadent food somewhere in Baltimore — from the LED Art Billboard near Pennsylvania Station to Visit Baltimore campaigns throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

Netflix found out about him, which led to his being cast as the guest co-host for “Fresh, Fried & Crispy,” a show in which host Daym Drops (a.k.a. YouTube personality Daymon Patterson) searches for the best meals in America.

The episode, which premiered June 9, is the culmination of the past four years of Chin’s combing

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Rising Beef Prices Squeeze Carnivores From Buenos Aires to California | Investing News

By Agustin Geist, Tom Polansek and Ana Mano

BUENOS AIRES/CHICAGO/SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Beef prices are surging worldwide, taking meat off the menu in steak-loving Buenos Aires and spoiling summer barbecues in the United States as Chinese imports rise and the cost of feeding cattle soars.

Globally, the surge is contributing to the highest food prices since 2014, according to the United Nations food agency, hitting poorer consumers particularly hard as they struggle to recover from economic shutdowns triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The rise in beef prices has been spurred by increasing demand from China, limited cattle supplies in

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