Month: July 2022

Famous Indiana Foods – We Found 10 Of The Best • Thumbwind

Indiana has been a state for a long time. It is one of the first states created for the Northwest Territories and is known for its superb agriculture. So, what are some famous Indiana foods? As Indiana shares its southern border with Kentucky, there is a southern influence in many famous dishes. The Hoosier State …

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Amador UAVs team soars to second place in international competition | News

Amador Valley High School’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicles team shook the robotics world last month, earning second in the international AUVSI Student Unmanned Aerial Systems Competition held in Maryland. The first-time high school team bested 69 robotics teams, including prestigious collegiate UAV programs from Cornell, UCLA, Duke, and UC San Diego. The Amador UAVs team drone …

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Levels, nutritional info, and healthy options

One 3-ounce (oz) serving of crawfish contains a little over one-third of the daily value (DV) of cholesterol. If people prepare crawfish properly, it can be part of a balanced diet. Some dishes that feature this shellfish, such as fried crawfish tails and crawfish au gratin, may have much higher amounts of cholesterol. This is …

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Dining with David & Myra | Test your ‘Food IQ,’ Part 2 | food

Since we began writing this column, we have learned so much about food, cooking and our wonderful restaurant and food service community. It has been both enjoyable and educational. We have also learned how our readers are about these topics. So back in February we thought it might be fun and interesting to take a …

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HTSI Aesthetes on what to read and listen to this summer

Thelma Golden, curatorBook: Liner Notes for the Revolution: The Intellectual Life of Black Feminist Sound by Daphne Brooks Thelma Golden at home in New York © Makeda Sandford “So much of my time recently has been spent reading and re-reading books that are important to me. This was one of the highlights. It’s a history …

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The common mistakes that mean trendy batch-cooking can leave you with an upset tummy

Within four hours of devouring a second helping of my home-cooked Ottolenghi recipe for tuna and cheese pasta bake, my creation was rapidly evacuating my body. I’d batch-cooked three servings of the dish two weeks earlier and stored it in the freezer. Then, after thawing a portion in the fridge for a day, reheating in …

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10 BBQ Mistakes You’re Probably Making (And How To Avoid Them)

Barbecued meat with vegetables over a charcoal grill. getty Even though it’s one of the most popular cooking techniques around the world, barbecuing is not as simple as firing up the grill and throwing some meat on it. Think of it as both art and science. It requires technical know-how, patience, precision and preparation along …

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Got turkey troubles? A hotline expert shares how to cook a turkey and common mistakes to avoid

Whether it’s your first time cooking a turkey or you are a poultry aficionado, mishaps can happen in the kitchen, especially at the 11th hour.That’s where Butterball’s Turkey Talk-Line comes in. For the past 40 years during the holidays, these hotline experts have been available to help people troubleshoot their turkey troubles.Karen Wilcher has been …

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Scientists find genetic link between Alzheimer’s, gut

Share on PinterestScientists have been investigating the link between Alzheimer’s disease and gut disorders. Gerville/Getty Images Studies have suggested that gastrointestinal health and Alzheimer’s disease (AD), the most common form of dementia worldwide, may be connected. A recent Australian study has now identified a genetic link between Alzheimer’s disease and several gut disorders. Many of …

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