Brian Taylor Carlson Des Moines Register Published 4:29 PM EDT Sep 20, 2018 You'll soon be able to use an app to hire a local cook to create custom meals right in your own home. They'll even do the dishes afterward. Sound too good to be true? It's not. Des Moines resident Madeline Katan is launching Prezzel, a location-based app matching customers looking for a home-cooked meal with cooks and chefs in the area. This differs from the likes of DoorDash, Food Dudes and GrubHub — apps that deliver meals from restaurants. "Our cooks cook for you in your own kitchen, and you choose from home cooks to professional chefs, and we're even going to add some celebrity chefs," Katan explained. "It's free to sign up and cooks set their own prices." Payment will all be arranged through the app. Home cooks, chefs and caterers can use Prezzel to sell their food by creating a profile with the app. From there they provide descriptions of dishes, pictures and prices. Additional … [Read more...] about Prezzel: An app matching customers with home cooks for dining in.
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Democrats’ Plan: Tear Down America and Eradicate the Country of Conservatives In a collective national temper tantrum, leftist-Democrats across the country continue to openly reject the election of President Donald Trump in 2016. I used to just write about the “Two Californias,” a phrase coined by Victor Davis Hanson to describe the urban elite, out-of-touch coastal communities, and the rural inland agricultural areas. “We may speak of the richness of “diversity,” but those who cherish that ideal simply have no idea that there are now countless inland communities that have become near-apartheid societies, where Spanish is the first language, the schools are not at all diverse, and the federal and state governments are either the main employers or at least the chief sources of income — whether through emergency rooms, rural health clinics, public schools, or social-service offices,” Hanson explained. Today we are living in “Two … [Read more...] about Democrats’ Civil War On America and Americans
In the report published by Pakistani daily Dawn, Nawaz Sharif asked, "Militant organisations are active". Nawaz said that we have separated ourselves."Our narrative is not being accepted". Afghanistan's narrative is being accepted, but ours is not. "We must look into it". Explain it to me. Referring to the pending trial of the Mumbai attacks in the Rawalpindi Anti-Terrorist Court, Nawaz said, 'Why did we not complete the hearing?'.Mr. Sharif's comments assume significance as Pakistan has been consistently denying India's allegation that state actors in Pakistan were responsible for the Mumbai attacks. "Why can't we complete the trial?"The petition stated that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's credibility was damaged following the baseless news of NAB chairman leveling allegations of money laundering against Nawaz Sharif.On November 26, 2008, 10 Pakistani terrorists came to Mumbai via the sea route and unleashed havoc on hapless victims, a lot of them Indians, while some were … [Read more...] about Nawaz Sharif admits terror outfits active in Pak, carried out 26/11 attacks
Spring’s finally here and summer’s just around the corner, but not even the rising temps can kill your cravings for ramen. You’ll slurp up those noodles in 100% humidity if you have to — and, in New York, you frequently have to. But if you’re going to stick your face in a steam bath to get to a bowl of noodles, shouldn’t it be the best ramen in New York City? We think so, and Seamless agrees. That’s why we teamed up with the uber-popular food delivery service to find you the best of the best ramen in New York City. Even better, we found you the best bowls you can get delivered so there’s no need to leave the chilly cocoon your overworked AC unit manages to create in your stuffy apartment. Why sweat more than you need to in this city, right? The Seamless team dove into the numbers for us, combing through ratings and reviews for thousands of orders so that you can feel confident that what you’re ordering is the best ramen in New York … [Read more...] about The best ramen in New York City that you can get delivered
On a recent March morning, as a nor’easter walloped an idyllic Brooklyn street with snow, members of the Park Slope Food Coop ambled inside, shopping for bargains on broccolini and organic wheatgrass. I was here under somewhat false pretenses, as a reporter from out of state to tour the co-op—the truth, but not the whole truth. At the door, a young blond woman told me I wasn’t welcome to roam a single organic-mango punctuated aisle unless under the supervision of a co-op member. She instructed me to take an elevator upstairs, where I would find a customer service desk. There, I met several members. I told them I had traveled here to take the political temperature of Clinton Country. This place, I explained, seemed to be the epicenter of liberal consensus.Story Continued Below The Park Slope Food Coop—a 17,000-member-owned and operated food store with a vaguely communist-sounding name—is a Sam’s Club Republican’s fever dream of where … [Read more...] about My 72-Hour Safari in Clinton Country