Archives July 2022

The Friday Checkout: Amazon, not so Fresh?

The Friday Checkout is a weekly column providing more insight on the news, rounding up the announcements you may have missed and sharing what’s to come.

As Amazon continues to grow its Fresh grocery banner footprint across the U.S., the company has made its technology a prime draw, but what about the food?

A reviewer for visited a newly opened Fresh store in Paramus, New Jersey, and was not impressed, calling it “a poorly stocked letdown.”

From “barely” anything in the bakery to a small assortment of meat cuts and barren selection in its Fresh Kitchen section, the reviewer

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How the Japanese Appetizer Salad Became a Staple Meal Starter

If you’ve ever been to a Japanese restaurant in America, you’ve experienced the pleasure of the pre-main course ritual. It starts with a piping hot bowl of miso soup and is completed with a small salad of some sort: shaved cabbage drowned in a creamy sesame glaze, crunchy iceberg lettuce topped with a chunky gingery miso sauce, or mixed greens tossed with slick wafu dressing.

You may have had a version of this at Spoon House Bakery and Restaurant, a wafu pasta establishment in Gardena, California with a famous “one dollar salad” that’s composed simply with lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, and

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Political notes: City Council wants hearing on election issues, Raskin’s vegetarian option, Segal’s next delusion

A Maryland ballot dropbox was placed at the University of Maryland at Baltimore Community Engagement Center on West Baltimore Street for the June 2020 primary election. Photo by Hannah Gaskill.

The Baltimore City Council wants to meet with city and state elections officials to probe issues voters faced in casting ballots during the July 19 primary election.

The council advanced on Monday a resolution to invite the city’s elections director, Armstead Jones, as well as leadership at the State Board of Elections, to a meeting to “detail the cause of voting irregularities during the 2022 primary election, potential impacts these

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Virginia coffee shop owner speaks out after business targeted for pro-life views

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FIRST ON FOX: A Virginia coffee shop owner is speaking out after his business was targeted online in response to him expressing his pro-life views on the overturn of Roe v. Wade.

Ajay Brewer, the owner of Brewers Cafe in Richmond, Virginia, spoke with Fox News Digital on Monday after his business received a slew of negative reviews and comments online when he said he supported the Supreme Court overturning the abortion precedent.

Brewer initially made the post on his personal Facebook profile following the overturn of Roe, which

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What is the best time of day to eat when it’s hot?

Image shows a group of people eating a meal outside in the sun.

No wonder people in the Mediterranean eat dinner at 10 pm (Picture:

The UK is notorious for its early meal times (just try mentioning when you have dinner to someone in Spain – they’ll laugh), but having a big meal at 5pm while it’s nearing 30 degrees outside sounds like a bad idea.

While sitting by the freezer eating an ice lolly may sound like a more appealing option, eating proper meals is obviously important to give us the correct energy our bodies need to function.

But why exactly does the hot weather make it harder to eat, and

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