The consolidation in the meat packing industry means that even if just a few plants go offline, a substantial amount of the nation’s pork, beef and poultry supply can be disrupted. Working conditions in plants, where it is more likely to be cold and workers stand in close proximity for hours on end, make them unique opportunities for the coronavirus to spread. … [Read more...] about Lockdown shopping: Chocolate chips, frozen pizza up, energy bars nosedive
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Park users should be courteous of others, follow social distancing guidelines and avoid congregating in large groups. The City of Plymouth follows and promotes guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Minnesota Department of Health. This guidance includes practicing social distancing, wearing masks when social distancing is not possible and limiting the size of social gatherings. … [Read more...] about Plymouth Cancels June Events, Delayed Opening Of Public Beaches
She called into the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and was transferred to the Cambridge Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, according to the station. … [Read more...] about WATCH: Ohio troopers assist woman whose brakes gave out on highway
The first season of Dirty John, which aired last year on Bravo based on the popular podcast, was its own significant turning point, a new kind of collision of prestige drama and trash TV. It told a story we’re used to watching unfold in certain beats of a certain tone in Lifetime movies—crassly, a “guilty pleasure”—but with a creative team and gravity that signaled elevated, “serious” television. Connie Britton, is that you? … [Read more...] about ‘Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story’ Is the Next Big ‘Woman Scorned Murders Her Husband’ Event
As far as question one goes, I had the answer—a vigorous, enthusiastic yes—long before meeting the mango hombre. Barely an hour south of Mexico City’s Benito Juárez International Airport, I asked my driver to pull off the toll highway on the edge of La Marquesa National Park, remarkable for its towering conifers and green glades. In the village of La Marquesa, the place to rent an ATV or horse, I found a taco stand, which is to say a shedlike structure so rickety as to invite a tornado. In front of it stood a beat-up stove on top of which sat a shoulder of pork braising in hot manteca (lard). I sat and ordered. Plastic cutlery arrived, followed by a container of chopped onion and cilantro. A woman laid down a paper plate with two warm tortillas cradling chunks of pork. I dressed the taco, expecting it to be terrible, mentally rehearsing the apologetic hand gestures I would use as I sprinted from taco-stand squalor back to the car. Instead, the taco was not only … [Read more...] about A Culinary Tour to Answer the Age-Old Question: Why Is Mexican Food So Good?