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Food Network is an American pay television channel that is owned by Television Food Network, G.P. , a joint venture and general partnership between Discovery, Inc. (which holds a 69% ownership stake of the network) and Tribune Media (which owns the remaining 31% pending the formal completion of the sale of said stake to Nexstar Media Group). Despite this ownership structure, the channel is managed and operated as a division of Discovery Networks U.S.
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  • My Favorite Tacos in Mexico City Come Out of a Meat Jacuzzi
    Bon Appétit

    My Favorite Tacos in Mexico City Come Out of a Meat Jacuzzi

    “You'll know you're there when you see a huge vat of bubbling meats.” This is how I instruct my friends—it's my favorite direction to give—when they ask me where to eat in Mexico City. That direction is important. It's too easy to walk by Taqueria Los Cocuyos, the unassuming taco stand on a never-not-busy street in the historic center of Mexico City. But then you see the giant meat jacuzzi, filled to the brim with everything from ojo (cow eyeball) to tripa (tripe), and locals huddled around the salsas. And you know you're there. Each taco costs around $1, and you should 100 percent order more than you think you'll want. During my last visit, I opted for the suadero (brisket), longaniza (sausage),

  • Substitutes for wine in your fine cooking
    The Escanaba Daily Press

    Substitutes for wine in your fine cooking

    Dear Heloise: I have a question about when a recipe calls for WINE as an ingredient. I need to know what to substitute. I don't think you can just leave it out, as I think it is supposed to be there as an acid. I can't find a substitute list for it in any of my cookbooks. — Susan E., Dayton, Ohio Susan, yes, there are substitutes. For red wine, try: * Red wine vinegar. * Grape, pomegranate or cranberry juice. For white wine, try: * White wine vinegar. * Lemon juice. Happy cooking! — Heloise TOFFEE COOKIES Dear Heloise: I haven't seen your recipe for toffee cookies in a long time. Would you please reprint it? My wife and I loved the last batch we made. — Glen and Sadie F., Lexington, S.C. Glen

  • Starbucks' Tie-Dye Frappuccino Tastes Like Disenchantment
    The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles

    Starbucks' Tie-Dye Frappuccino Tastes Like Disenchantment

    “I have never tried psychedelic drugs, but I imagine the experience is a lot like drinking a Starbucks Frappuccino. Strange sensations, unnatural colors, increased heart rate, heightened emotions, paranoia: It's all there in that plastic cup, the three or four times a year the brand introduces one of its Instagrammable, limited-time offer frapps. What a grande strange trip the latest iteration is, then. Fifty years after Woodstock, the Tie-Dye Frappuccino is here to remind you that the idealism of the 1960s is dead. [Who makes the best cookies-and-cream ice cream in the U.S.? We scooped up 15 top brands to find out.] This is the dawning of the age of Frappquarius: a pale yellow drink with streaks

  • Indian restaurant Copper Chimney undergoes a makeover for a new look and menu
    Coconuts Singapore

    Indian restaurant Copper Chimney undergoes a makeover for a new look and menu

    A fresh overhaul for the 7-year-old eatery.This article, Indian restaurant Copper Chimney undergoes a makeover for a new look and menu, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company. Want more Coconuts? Sign up for our newsletters!

  • The Youngstown Vindicator

    Pique your culinary curiosity with these food trends

    Today's food trends are about enjoyment and simplicity, from decadent flavors your taste buds can't wait to explore to convenient packaging that makes it incredibly easy to eat no matter where or when you make time to dine. Whether you're a foodie keeping tabs on the latest culinary trends or an everyday eater with a dose of culinary curiosity, these trends can give you something to chew on. Most often associated with salad dressings and hummus as a flavor additive, tahini has stepped beyond just savory foods and has found its way into many new dishes, including desserts and cocktails. From ice cream and milkshakes to muffins, cookies and other baked goods, this toasted ground sesame-seed spread used in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine can also be added as an alternative to nearly any dish that calls for peanut butter.

  • The Youngstown Vindicator

    HOLBORN HERB GROWERS GUILD'S “HERBAL FARE”

    HOLBORN HERB GROWERS GUILD'S “HERBAL FARE” SPICY BREAKFAST BREAD 2cups flour 1teaspoon baking soda 3/4cup dairy sour cream 1/4teaspoon ground allspice 1/4teaspoon ground cardamom 1teaspoon cinnamon 1egg 1/2cup molasses 1/4cup milk 1teaspoon baking powder 1/3cup light brown sugar 2tablespoons melted butter or margarine 1/4teaspoon salt Butter and flour 9- by 5-inch loaf pan. Combine all dry ingredients with a slotted spoon. Beat together all liquid ingredients, then stir into dry ingredients. Bake at 350 degrees until bread pulls away from pan, about 35 minutes. Let cool in pan 10 minutes; turn out on serving plate and sprinkle with powdered sugar. Serve warm or cold. TABBOULEH 1cup bulgur (cracked

  • the Guardian

    Babies in Nepal get quarter of calories from junk food, study finds

    Diets heavy on snack foods linked to undernutrition and stunting, say researchers Children under the age of two in Nepal are getting a quarter of their calories from junk food, according to groundbreaking research that warns their diet is linked to stunting and undernutrition. Biscuits, crisps, instant noodles and sugary drinks appear to be displacing foods with the vitamins, minerals and other vital nutrients babies need to grow well, say the researchers. The work, published in the Journal of Nutrition, illustrates that the 21st-century junk food diet spreading around the globe is linked not just to obesity but also to poor growth in children. The study was carried out in the Kathmandu Valley

  • Houston Chronicle

    Zonin USA, Inc. Announces Name Change and a Growing Portfolio

    Caption Close Miami-based alcohol beverage company becomes 1821 Fine Wines & Spirits Zonin USA, Inc., the official U.S. importer of Zonin1821, Italy's largest privately-owned wine company, is pleased to announce that as of July 15, 2019 the name will formally be changed to 1821 Fine Wines & Spirits, A Zonin Family Company. The name change reflects the company's expanded growth strategy and its transition into a diversified alcohol beverage company. A redesigned logo accompanies the name change and rebranding initiative. In the past several years, the company has seen increasing growth on its existing premium Italian wine business while also expanding into Chile with the launch of the wine brand

  • China's instant noodle brand Laofanjia enters South Korea
    PR Newswire

    China's instant noodle brand Laofanjia enters South Korea

    BEIJING, July 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Laofanjia, a non-fried instant noodle brand from China, recently went on sale in more than 13,000 stores of South Korean convenience store chain GS25. South Korea is one of the biggest consumers of instant noodles in the world, leading the world in per capita sales. As the public is paying more attention to their health, this method of making noodles has been questioned as being outdated and unhealthy.

  • World-Renowned Pastry Chef Has Opened a New Bakery and Cafe on West 7th
    Eater Twin Cities

    World-Renowned Pastry Chef Has Opened a New Bakery and Cafe on West 7th

    John Kraus and Elizabeth Rose have opened the Twin Cities newest Rose Street Patisserie just off West 7th Street in Saint Paul's revitalized Jacob Schmidt Brewery. The bakery has already built a staggering reputation for confections, pastries, and bread. Now, its aiming for the pantheon of great breakfasts served in the cities. Just across a walkway with a few parking spots, Rose Street has opened on the upper level of the brewery's Rathskaller, a stone's throw from the Keg & Case Food Hall. The new cafe opened quietly this Sunday and will serve breakfast through early afternoon this week. Next week, plans are to begin staying open until 6 p.m. On the menu are poached eggs on avocado toast, sky-high

  • This Surprising Spot Is the Best Place to Store Plastic Wrap
    Reader's Digest

    This Surprising Spot Is the Best Place to Store Plastic Wrap

    Just how cooperative do you think your plastic wrap will be? Curses! I checked, and "wrap rage" is a real thing (though it's generally reserved for those tough-cookie plastic clamshells that no one can seem to open). My sister Nancy told me she found the answer.

  • What Is Graffiti Eggplant? Here’s How to Cook It
    Reader's Digest

    What Is Graffiti Eggplant? Here’s How to Cook It

    Growing up, an eggplant was an eggplant: large, purple, and kind of bitter if you didn't cook it right. You'll find long and narrow Japanese eggplant, round purple Indian varieties and tiny little green ones that look like they're not ripe at all. It might feel a bit overwhelming, but don't let it stop you from picking up a few of those purple-and-white striped graffiti eggplant.

  • Nasdaq Today: Roku’s New Highs; Beyond Meat’s Partnership
    InvestorPlace

    Nasdaq Today: Roku’s New Highs; Beyond Meat’s Partnership

    The PowerShares QQQ ETF (NASDAQ:QQQ) came within a dime, but couldn't grind out new highs on Tuesday as we saw a decline in the Nasdaq today. However, that didn't stop everything from rallying, as Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) stock burst as much as 8%, hitting new all-time highs in the process.Source: Shutterstock The stock clocked in over $113 at one point and it wouldn't be surprising to see the stock continue higher into earnings. After two huge post-earnings rallies, the stock is clearly on investors' radar. The stock was a clear leader on Tuesday and investors will look to see if they can keep squeezing shares higher amid this breakout.Not everyone was so lucky, though. Micron (NASDAQ:MU) continues to meet sellers, as it ran right into resistance. Shares fell about 3% on Tuesday, while Western Digital (NASDAQ:WDC) also dove on the day, down roughly 6%.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsBitcoin had a rough day too, plunging more than 11% to $9,600 at the time of this writing. Some New PartnershipsBlue Apron (NYSE:APRN) stock surge more than 60% at one point on Tuesday. The move came on news that it will partner with Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND). The two are starting out with a pair of burger offerings and will look to add other options moving forward. Both should be available by Aug. 26. APRN has had a horrendous journey thus far as a public company and has already resorted to a 1-for-15 reverse stock split. But the partnership could be a win-win for both companies, and at least for one day, has given APRN stock a much-needed shot in the arm. * 9 Retail Stocks Goldman Sachs Says Are Ready to Rip While we await the likely IPO of DoorDash this year, it was announced that McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) will partner with the delivery company. The plan is to start with 200 locations in Houston later this month. If successful, it will roll out nationwide.DoorDash reportedly has contract drivers within driving distance of 80% of U.S. households, prompting MCD to add it to Uber (NYSE:UBER) Eats and choose it over GrubHub (NYSE:GRUB) and Waitr (NASDAQ:WTRH). WTRH hit a new 52-week low in the session, by the way.It has been a busy month for Big Blue. International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM) will report earnings on Wednesday, and just recently closed on its acquisition of Red Hat. That's not all though. The tech giant reached a multi-year alliance with AT&T (NYSE:T), to "support each other in networking and the cloud." Part of that support will come from IBM's recently acquired Red Hat. Splits and Analyst TakesAlibaba (NYSE:BABA) announced plans for an 8-to-1 stock split earlier this year, pending shareholder approval. Well, the company received the green light and BABA stock will split sometime before July 15th, 2020.There weren't too many big analyst actions to take note of, but Slack (NYSE:WORK) did receive some initiations. Morgan Stanley analysts slapped an equal-weight rating on Slack, while Goldman Sachs went with a neutral rating an $34 price target, implying about 2% downside. Click to Enlarge Don't fret though, bulls. William Blair analysts initiated WORK at an outperform rating, while Canaccord Genuity analysts started it at a buying rating with a $40 price target. Barclays and Keybanc also gave an overweight rating, using price targets of $45 and $44, respectively. Heard on the Nasdaq TodayLike IBM, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) will also report earnings on Wednesday. However, after tying HBO -- now an AT&T property -- in Emmy nominations last year, HBO topped NFLX this year 137 to 117. Obviously, Game of Thrones helped tip the scales, pulling in 32 nominations on its own.Netflix may face a dilemma losing its top two shows in 2020, Friends and The Office, as well as other top content later on. It's no wonder CEO Reed Hastings has been spending so much on content over the last few years.Tech companies testifying on Capitol Hill seems to be about one of the most pointless events. It's clear Congress can't keep up with technology and they can't keep up with these companies. Nothing ever seems to come of it -- other than headlines.On Tuesday, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) were there, with hearings scheduled for tomorrow as well. It could be an important development though, as the government looks to build an antitrust case against several of these companies. Notice who's not there though? Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT).Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. As of this writing, Bret Kenwell was long ROKU, AAPL, AMZN and GOOGL. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 9 Retail Stocks Goldman Sachs Says Are Ready to Rip * 7 Services Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 * 6 Stocks to Buy and 1 to Sell Based on Insider Trading The post Nasdaq Today: Rokua€™s New Highs; Beyond Meata€™s Partnership appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Suds and sustenance: Snap Tin Eatery in Torrance specializes in beer-infused British food
    Daily Breeze

    Suds and sustenance: Snap Tin Eatery in Torrance specializes in beer-infused British food

    Located inside Yorkshire Square Brewery in downtown Torrance, Snap Tin Eatery makes the most of its English brewery setting, offering an inventive SoCal variation on modern British pub cuisine. While brewery fare is often made up of tired fries and sandwiches, chef Bruno Wu and the Snap Tin team make sure that is not the case here. Wu grew up in Brazil and worked at a wide range of restaurants including The Katsu-ya Group before beginning his own business as personal chef and restaurant consultant. Creating the meals at Snap Tin is a new venture: the dining program soft-opened on June 5 with appetizers-only; new dishes have been added continually since then. “We've been planning for a while,