Takeout Time: Dallas Bars Are Selling To-Go Cocktails and Food – D Magazine

There’s nary a business untouched by the wrath of the coronavirus. But in a back-and-forth dance of closing, reopening, and closing again, bars have once more been forced to shutter their interiors to the public. As of last Friday, bars closed their doors and restaurants reduced dining room capacity to 50 percent. Again. The thin silver lining? Bars can offer to-go mixed drinks with takeout food orders, …

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International Freight Assistance Mechanism extended to help food exporters during pandemic – ABC News

Farmers and fishers struggling to export fresh produce overseas due to a lack of flights will receive a $240 million boost from the Federal Government today. Key points: It will extend the International Freight Assistance Mechanism (IFAM) until the end of the year with a commitment that it says will deliver $3 billion worth of produce to key international markets. Typically almost all air freight from Australia …

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GoLocalProv | RI’s New $500K Campaign Asks “Is Your Drug Dealer a Vegan”

RI’s New $500K Campaign Asks “Is Your Drug Dealer a Vegan” Friday, July 03, 2020 GoLocalProv News Team and Kate Nagle The online ad, created by BHDDH and Duffy & Shanley, directs people to preventoverdoseri.org. Now, the Rhode Island Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities, and Hospital has launched a nearly $500,000 campaign along with advertising agency Duffy & Shanley — geared towards raising awareness among drug …

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Ice Cream Maker Recipes For Ice Cream Truck Favorites – Food.com

Nothing sets a heart aflutter quite like the jingle of an ice cream truck. These frozen throwbacks will re-create the same Mr. Frosty magic right from your very own kitchen. Looking for one of your favorite recipes? You’ll notice that Recipe Box is now called SAVES and your recipes are organized in COLLECTIONS. Plus, all of your private notes can now be found directly on the recipe …

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‘All you need is some shovels’: Artist helps plant Indigenous food source in Saskatoon | CTV News

SASKATOON — Artist and spoken word poet Kevin Wesaquate along with 15 volunteers planted more than 440 Saskatoon berry bushes in Saskatoon’s Victoria Park as part of the Misaskwatomina Project. Misaskwatomina means Saskatoon berries in the Cree language. The idea came to Wesaquate when he was thinking about how to help Indigenous youth in the city and was reminded of his childhood, growing up on Piapot First …

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Easiest Crab Salad (with 3 ways to serve!) | Favorite Family Recipes

This Crab Salad recipe is not only easy, it’s versatile. It is the perfect base to make crab dip, crab macaroni salad, and crab salad sandwiches! The BEST Crab Salad This is how we would make crab salad at the restaurant I worked at in Hawaii and it was always a favorite! I love making this crab salad as a quick snack or an easy lunch. You can …

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Food suburbs: Urban farms in every neighbourhood creates close communities – ABC News

By 2050, Australian households could see urban farms in their backyards, if one Queensland woman has her way. Key points: Founder of Our Food System, Kylie Newberry, wants to see a network of farms and market gardens spread across private and public land throughout the suburbs. Starting in Brisbane, Ms Newberry hopes to brand the river city Brisbane Food City (BFC) come 2050. The group has applied …

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4th Of July Themed Recipes – STL Mommy

Looking for a few new recipes to try this 4th of July? If so here are just a few of my favorite 4th of July themed recipes from Pinterest. Fourth of July Wands (makes 20 wands) 1 watermelon 2 pints blueberries 20 skewers DIRECTIONS: 1. Slice the watermelon into 1/2 inch round slices, and then cut out star shapes using a three-inch star-shaped cookie cutter. 2. Gently …

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Man dies at Tembisa Hospital after ‘being denied food’

JOHANNESBURG – A family whose son died at the Tembisa Hospital in Ekhuruleni wants answers from the health ministry after he was allegedly denied food for two days. Shonisani Lethole was admitted with breathing complications about two weeks ago. His family claimed that two days after his admission, the 35-year-old asked for food but wasn’t given any. His request for a wheelchair to move to the bathroom …

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Major power orders Christians: Renounce God or we’ll cut off food and housing | Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter and Dave Robbins

China’s communist government is warning elderly Christians that they will lose basic benefits if they don’t stop praticing their faith. Bitter Winter, the online magazine about religious liberty and human rights in China, reports the Communist Party is threatening “to take away the last means of survival from elderly believers,” the government benefits of “housing, food, clothing, medical care, and funeral expenses.” “A Catholic from Fuzhou city in …

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