Preorder the Eater Cookbook, Get Fun Swag

We at Eater are thrilled that our first book is just weeks away from hitting shelves: Eater: 100 Essential Restaurant Recipes From the Authority on Where to Eat and Why It Matters features our favorite recipes from restaurants across the country plus tons of tips, tricks, and advice from the best chefs, sommeliers, bartenders, and …

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Student Loan Forbearance Is Ending: What Food Industry Executives Need to Know – Food Industry Executive

Young woman with a bag of groceries checks and examines a product receipt after buying food at a grocery store. A woman studies a groceries checks while standing in her kitchen By Steve Zurek, Vice President, Thought Leadership, at NIQ – a leading consumer intelligence company After more than three years in effect, the COVID-19 …

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My two RTOs as a bank employee and yoga teacher couldn’t be more different. Here’s why

For most jobs, the measure of work is a task completed. The output proves the labor. If you hire a cleaner to prevent your apartment from hitting a rock bottom of untidiness, you don’t need to watch them work to know they were there. The proof is in the stack of neatly folded laundry and …

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Ukraine War Update: Russia Got Richer While West Shed Trillions of Dollars – US Lost $5.9 Trillion | The Gateway Pundit | by Jim Hoft

Photo: Dimitar Dillkoff/AFP via Getty Images Russians got richer last year during the War in Ukraine. The West shed trillions with the US leading the way losing $5.9 trillion under Joe Biden. MORE – The US lost more wealth than any other country last year, shedding $5.9 trillion, while North America and Europe combined got …

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The 38 Best Restaurants in Vancouver

Ringed by soaring mountains, with gleaming glass skyscrapers reflected in the still waters that surround its downtown core, Vancouver is easy to love. And as the thriving urban hub of British Columbia and a proudly immigrant city, there are plenty of people around to love it. Over 40 percent of Vancouver’s residents were born outside …

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‘Blue Beetle’ director on Hollywood’s first major Latino-led superhero movie, early comparisons to ‘Iron Man’ and ‘Spider-Man’

“Look at all these beautiful brown faces,” Ángel Manuel Soto said while gazing up at movie-screen-sized poster for Blue Beetle as he introduced his new DC Comics superhero film at a special screening in Hollywood this week. “And Susan Sarandon.” Soto didn’t mean that as a slight against Sarandon. “I love Susan. She’s such an ally …

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Tiffany Haddish reveals her dream superhero role, admits she believes in aliens: ‘I’m pretty sure I work with some’

Tiffany Haddish had never been a science-fiction movie before her new indie Landscape With Invisible Hand. But maybe she was already living in one. “I do believe in aliens to a certain extent,” Haddish tells Yahoo Entertainment in a new interview. “I’m pretty sure I work with some. But I do believe in them. … …

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The Best Barrier Repair Products to Replenish Dry, Damaged Skin

If you’ve been burned by moisturizers in the past, you’ll be glad to see that, like the other fragrance-free SOS (Save.Our.Skin) products, Daily Barrier Recovery Cream has the Seal of Acceptance from the National Eczema Association. Best for Extremely Dry Skin: Caudalie Premier Cru The Rich Cream Caudalie Premier Cru The Rich Cream For immediate …

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