These are the worst cooking tips in history

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Think the secret to great cooking is simply following the recipe? Think again. From disastrous dishes dating back to the Middle Ages to terrible tips from world-famous cookbooks and celebrity chefs, this is the worst cooking advice of all time. Take the asbestos out of the kitchen, put away the catnip and approach these pearls of gastronomic wisdom from history with caution.



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Trump to participate in town hall event on NBC Thursday instead of debate

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NBC News announced Wednesday that President Donald Trump would participate in a town hall-style event on Thursday — the day that he and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden were scheduled to have a debate prior to Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis.

NBC says the event, hosted by Today show anchor Savannah Guthrie, will take place in Miami with “a group of Florida voters.”

The network also said that it had received a statement from Dr. Clifford Lane, the Clinical Director at the National Institutes of Health, who said that both he and Dr. Anthony Fauci had cleared Trump to participate.

The records reportedly reviewed by Lane and Fauci included a PCR COVID-19 test. Lane said that he has a “high degree of confidence” that the president is “not shedding infectious virus.”

The one-hour event will begin at 8 p.m. ET Thursday.

Trump’s town hall will come the same day that Joe Biden

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Can Swiggy and Zomato help India’s $41B unorganised street food market go online?

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Earlier this month, #BabaKaDhaba began trending on Twitter. A video of the hardships being endured by 80-year-old Kanta Prasad and his wife, Badami Devi, who run a small kiosk opposite a temple in Delhi’s Malviya Nagar, led to an outpouring of support on social media.

The video, shot by YouTube food blogger Gaurav Wasan, caught the attention of thousands of people, including celebrities and political leaders, all of whom sought to support the couple, suffering since the lockdown. 

Soon after, Gurugram-based food delivery unicorn Zomato announced that people in Delhi could order food from Baba ka Dhaba. A source said the team was now working on documentation and other legalities of getting them online. 

But Baba ka Dhaba was not the only small vendor that faced massive problems and loss of livelihood amidst the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown. 

Data from National Hawker Federation reveals that more than four crore hawkers in

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Where and how to eat crab claws in Sarasota-Manatee

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Experts from 10 local restaurants on appreciating stone crab claws and what’s going on with new regulations that include shortening the season.

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Florida stone crab season, starring one of our state’s most famous foods, starts Thursday with restaurants across Sarasota and Manatee counties eager to serve the delicacy.

The demand for stone crab remained strong locally last season through the spring despite the coronavirus and state-ordered restaurant shutdown. But season will be shorter now due to new regulations approved by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Local restaurateurs, commercial fishermen and seafood distributors are looking to capitalize on the popular and pricey crustaceans as soon, and as much, as possible, which should be good news for area stone crab enthusiasts.   

“We’ll have them opening day,” says Brett Wallin, the fourth-generation owner of Sarasota’s Walt’s Fish Market, Restaurant & Tiki Bar, which opened in 1918.

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New TV series shows how to cook with wild ingredients

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a group of people sitting in the grass: Kevin Kossowan films Paul Rogalski and Les Stroud during production for their foraging TV show, Wild Harvest.


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Kevin Kossowan films Paul Rogalski and Les Stroud during production for their foraging TV show, Wild Harvest.

Canadian forests and riverbanks stand in for supermarket shelves in a new TV show about the adventures of foraging and cooking with wild ingredients.

In Wild Harvest, a 13-episode series that started airing on hundreds of PBS stations this month, Les Stroud and Paul Rogalski hunt, fish, forage and cook in communities in Alberta, Ontario, Oregon and California.

Stroud, who splits his time between Oregon and Ontario, is a survival expert who starred in the wilderness survival TV show Survivorman for a decade.

He co-hosts Wild Harvest with Rogalski, a chef who is the co-owner and culinary director at Rouge restaurant in Calgary.

Behind the camera is Edmonton filmmaker and foraging instructor Kevin Kossowan.

In each half-hour episode, Rogalski makes a three-course, restaurant-style meal using ingredients Stroud

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Indiana Repertory Theatre Announces Reimagined 2020-21 Season

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Three shows have been announced, with three more to be announced in the future.

The Indiana Repertory Theatre staff and Board have been reimagining their 2020-2021 Season and curating IRT classic productions that will bring us all joy and hope for the future.

The theatre will produce a 6-play virtual season that will open in early December 2020 with the holiday offering This Wonderful Life, and run through June of 2021. In partnership with WFYI, each of the productions will be filmed and available to stream.

The theatre’s season will celebrate the resiliency of art and safely accommodate staff, actors, and patrons.

Learn more about three of the upcoming productions below, with dates and more titles to be announced in the near future:

This Wonderful Life

by Steve Murray

Frank Capra’s iconic holiday movie It’s a Wonderful Life provides the springboard for a spirited and heartwarming performance as a man

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How To Get More Wishes Without Spending Real Money

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KEY POINTS

  • “Genshin Impact” was officially released on Sept. 28
  • The hit gacha game has over 17 million downloads just four days after its release
  • Players can get Wishes in “Genshin Impact” without spending real-world money

“Genshin Impact” brought a breath of fresh air to the battle royale and shooter genre. Even though it is free-to-play, the in-game microtransactions can make the game expensive in the long run. In this guide, players could learn some tips and tricks on acquiring Wishes without spending real money.

Main Story Quests

The simplest way to get more Primogems and other rewards is by completing quests that are part of “Genshin Impact’s” main story. Quest rewards vary from mission to mission. However, completing the main story would allow players to earn enough Primogems to acquire Acquaint Fate and Intertwined Fate to buy wishes. Several players find these missions a better form of earning a

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Assam minister on row over beef in zoos

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a lion looking at the camera: A lioness with her 3-month-old cub (Simba) inside its enclosure At the Assam State Zoo-and-Botanical Garden, in Guwahati. (ANI)


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A lioness with her 3-month-old cub (Simba) inside its enclosure At the Assam State Zoo-and-Botanical Garden, in Guwahati. (ANI)

Assam minister for forest and environment Parimal Suklabaidya on Wednesday requested those protesting against feeding beef to wild animals living inside the zoo to not create an uproar over the issue.

Speaking to ANI, Suklabaidya said, “They can’t survive on mutton or pork alone. They could’ve been given buffalo meat instead of beef but we don’t have many buffaloes in Assam. We float tenders to get beef, buffalo meat, mutton, pork.”

The minister said that he understood the need for increasing the cattle population, but highlighted that the wildlife population also needs to be healthy. “Their demand is fair up to an extent, that our cattle population should increase. But if we’ve to keep our wildlife alive and healthy, we’ll have to provide them food as

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Hilde Lee: Pandemic armchair travels continue with Greece’s contributions to world cuisine | Food & Cooking

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However, Greece is surrounded on three sides by water and many islands. What could be more enchanting than eating a midday meal on an island in the Aegean surrounded by shimmering water and beautiful scenery?

Boats with red and white sails are unloading the morning’s catch of crawfish, mullet, and octopus. Market stalls neat the water sell scarlet tomatoes green peppers, wine-dark eggplants and beautifully scented lemons. All a preview of an excellent meal.

Greek food is still traditional, with many of the dishes being centuries old. Greek cooking goes back 500 years before the birth of Christ. One of the first cookbooks stems from about that time.

Greek civilization and cuisine eventually spread throughout the Mediterranean. The Greeks taught the Romans to eat well. With the occupation of Greece by various invaders, Greek civilization and its culinary arts declined. However, some of the Greek food items eventually were incorporated

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It’s National Dessert Day! 3 perfect recipes to make right now

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October 14 marks National Dessert Day. And what better way to celebrate than to make simple and delicious treats?

If you ask anyone with a sweet tooth, it makes complete sense to devote an entire day to celebrate one of the best parts of any meal.

Looking into the history of desserts, the very first desserts required minimal effort or preparation since ancient cultures were more focused on the nutrition in foods to survive. Experts reveal that over the years, desserts have changed from natural candies and nuts to complex soufflés and multi-layered cakes and that in modern culture, there are many more options available in desserts.

So, whether it’s a piece of peach pie, a chocolate cake, cookies, or a scoop of your favourite ice cream, there’s always room for dessert. Below are three

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