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That Restaurant on Seamless Might Not Actually Exist

Added: 24.03.2017 19:15 | 11 views | 0 comments

Founded in 2013 by Peter Schatzberg and Todd Millman, Green Summit Group is a food delivery company that houses several ghost restaurants—F.I.S.H. Poke Bar, Butcher Block, 'Leafage, and Authentic—in one centralized kitchen.

From: www.forbes.com

Lance Bass: ‘We can’t rely on our president’

Added: 24.03.2017 18:07 | 4 views | 0 comments

“You can’t always trust your leaders to do the right thing," the "My Kitchen Rules" star said.

From: pagesix.com

| Can’t understand the heat, get into the kitchen | Letters

Added: 24.03.2017 11:11 | 2 views | 0 comments


Kate Ravilious says scientists from Buffalo University are trying to find out why eruptions of volcanic lava sometimes, but not always, produce explosions and pump vast quantities of ash into the sky, as in the case of Eyjafjallajökull in 2010 <(a href="https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jul/03/under-volcano-fire-and-ice-terrawatch" title="">Terrawatch, 4 July). She says the exception is the case of the so-called “pillow lavas”, which “pile up in gentle blobs on the sea floor”. Maybe the clue is in “the sea floor”, where the sea would be likely to overwhelm and cool the lava, whereas a relatively thin layer of ice in the case of Eyjafjallajökull would be quickly heated up and turned to steam? Most cooks will know that a different effect is produced when a small quantity of a cold liquid is added to a hot liquid, rather than the other way round. A lumpy sauce is often the result in the former case.
Janet Poliakoff
Nottingham
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| 'Good riddance': moving on from the Boxing Day floods

Added: 24.03.2017 11:11 | 0 views | 0 comments


Residents in Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire, didn’t need to be asked twice when the Environment Agency offered to buy their flood-ravaged houses
Eight-and-a-half months after the river Calder with such force that the neighbouring travel agency collapsed into the water, Tony Kay was finally able to clear out the house on Thursday. “Good riddance,” he said, as he lugged bits of kitchen into the boot of his car on Burnley Road in Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire.
He couldn’t wait to give the keys to an Environment Agency official and be shot of the place, one of 238 homes, 48 businesses and one school in the Calder Valley still uninhabitable after the Boxing Day floods. The Agency offered to buy the doomed property and Kay didn’t need asking twice.

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Nioh Review | Geeks Under Grace

Added: 24.03.2017 11:03 | 3 views | 0 comments

Critic Joe Morgan writes, "If Nioh were a dish, reading its description on the menu would immediately decide my meal for the evening. All of the ingredients were hand-picked with me in mind with a recipe that promises to satisfy every aspect of my palette. Samurai, Japanese demons, a Dark Souls gameplay style, and Team Ninja is working the kitchen tonight? Bring it on! "

Tags: Japan, MEP, Kitchen
From: n4g.com

A teen made a website where kittens punch Trump. So, Trump unleashed his lawyers.

Added: 24.03.2017 9:01 | 1 views | 0 comments


President Trump is busy this week helping to make sure millions of Americans don't lose their health insuran — -sorry, I mean, shutting down a teenage girl. 17-year-old Lucy from San Francisco recently designed a site called Kittenfeed.com (initially called TrumpScratch), where users get to punch Trump's face with tiny little kitchen paws. It seemed like a pretty harmless, anti-Trump site (the kittens don't even scratch!) — until she got a letter from the lawyers of a certain "well known businessman," The Observer reports.  SEE ALSO: People can't stop sharing this cartoon about Trump's 'Muslim ban' That "internationally known" and "famous" businessman (his lawyers words, not mine) is, of course, Donald Trump. In the letter, Trump's general counsel encourages the teen to cease and desist and shut down the website.  Image: www.kittenfeed.com After receiving the letter, Lucy decided to change the name of the website to Kittenfeed.com. That wasn't enough for Trump's counsel, who reportedly continued to press the 17-year-old girl. The family is waiting to see their next move. "It’s so sad that his administration is focused more on being liked, burying real news and taking down sites like mine as they supposedly make him look bad," Lucy told The Observer. Predictably, Trump's lawyers letter had the opposite effect of their intention. After The Observer published the report yesterday, the site's visitors surged from 3,000 to 50,000. Lesson: you can mess with Trump's lawyers, but don't you ever touch an animated kitten. WATCH: Robotic glove lets people with limited hand mobility perform daily tasks

A teen made a website where kittens punch Trump. So, Trump unleashed his lawyers.

Added: 23.03.2017 21:32 | 1 views | 0 comments


President Trump is busy this week helping to make sure millions of Americans don't lose their health insuran — -sorry, I mean, shutting down a teenage girl. 17-year-old Lucy from San Francisco recently designed a site called Kittenfeed.com (initially called TrumpScratch), where users get to punch Trump's face with tiny little kitchen paws. It seemed like a pretty harmless, anti-Trump site (the kittens don't even scratch!) — until she got a letter from the lawyers of a certain "well known businessman," The Observer reports.  SEE ALSO: People can't stop sharing this cartoon about Trump's 'Muslim ban' That "internationally known" and "famous" businessman (his lawyers words, not mine) is, of course, Donald Trump. In the letter, Trump's general counsel encourages the teen to cease and desist and shut down the website.  Image: www.kittenfeed.com After receiving the letter, Lucy decided to change the name of the website to Kittenfeed.com. That wasn't enough for Trump's counsel, who reportedly continued to press the 17-year-old girl. The family is waiting to see their next move. "It’s so sad that his administration is focused more on being liked, burying real news and taking down sites like mine as they supposedly make him look bad," Lucy told The Observer. Predictably, Trump's lawyers letter had the opposite effect of their intention. After The Observer published the report yesterday, the site's visitors surged from 3,000 to 50,000. Lesson: you can mess with Trump's lawyers, but don't you ever touch an animated kitten. WATCH: Robotic glove lets people with limited hand mobility perform daily tasks

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