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Nestlé CEO on Bottling Water in Drought-Stricken California: ‘If I Could Increase It, I Would’

Despite criticism, Nestlé’s CEO Tim Brown confirmed that the company will not stop bottling water in CaliforniaNestlé CEO Tim Brown sees no reason to curb his company& 39;s use of California water.Although thousands of concerned California residents and water advocates across the nation have signed a petition to stop Nestlé from continuing to bottle water in drought-stricken California, it looks like their efforts were for naught.
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Like Nowhere Else: An Interview with Chef Will Rogers

If you’ve been on the College Park campus lately I’m sure you’ve noticed we’ve got a food truck roaming the campus every day. Beginning just last semester, Green Tidings food truck started serving the Maryland student body some really delicious bites. The fact that students were getting something other than standard dining hall food was enough to make it a hit, but the fact that the man behind the whole operation was also a trained chef made things all that much better.
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Nonna Mercedes' fonduta

MethodMake the Semolina teardrop dumplings. Grate the cheese into a heatproof bowl with a splash of milk. Separate 1 large egg, adding the yolk to the bowl (save the white for another recipe). Sit the bowl over a pan of very gently simmering water, making sure the water doesn& 39;t touch the base of the bowl, and leave to slowly melt for 4 to 5 minutes, until silky, almost like a thick custard.
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Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Asian Chicken Lettuce WrapsCook the prepped ingredients for these easy chicken wraps in a super-hot sauté pan or wok. Add in whatever other vegetables you have on hand like baby corn or sliced bok choy. Recipe courtesy of Vita Coco.NotesIf you like your vegetables cooked more, add them in before the chicken.
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Two Foodie Parents, One Picky Eater

On our first night home after visiting family in Florida, my daughter examines the melting pot of Indian, Ukrainian, and Italian restaurants we pass. “The restaurants in New York are much better than Florida,” she says with the authority of renowned food critic Ruth Reichl.I am surprised to hear this remark from my extremely picky eater, the one who doesn’t even love New York pizza.
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New Uses for Vinegar — Like Curing Cancer!

Oh dear, vinegar. did you hear that right? And then you can even eat it. Vinegar may just be the all-purpose miracle elixir, wouldn’t you say?Click through the slideshow for some common (and not-so-common) uses for that good old fashioned friend of ours, vinegar. — natthefatratRelated Links:• 11 cleaning supplies every home needs• 21 unexpected ways to use spray paint• 24 awesome, unconventional ways to use a Sharpie
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