These American foods are banned in other countries

https://www.wkrn.com/news/these-american-staple-foods-are-banned-in-other-countries/ These American staple foods are banned in other countries by: Denise Craig, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Jul 24, 2022 / 08:35 AM CDT Updated: Jul 24, 2022 / 11:27 AM CDT (NEXSTAR) — A California lawsuit recently put Mars, Inc. in the hot seat, claiming one of its candies contained toxins that are unsafe to eat. The class … Continue reading These American foods are banned in other countries

Rosetta Bakery finally open on NYC’s UWS

The crowds here are already amazing ilovetheupperwestside.com/rosetta-bakery-opens-doors/ Rosetta Bakery Opens Doors  Mike Mishkin for I Love the Upper West Side,  September 18, 2022   c/o Rosetta Bakery Miami-based Rosetta Bakery has opened its doors at 1928 Broadway at 64th Street, replacing a former Lululemon location. This is Rosetta’s first NYC location. The Italian bakery — named after “The Rosetta,” which it … Continue reading Rosetta Bakery finally open on NYC’s UWS

Rainwater everywhere on earth is unsafe to drink due to forever chemicals

https://www.euronews.com/green/2022/08/04/rainwater-everywhere-on-earth-unsafe-to-drink-due-to-forever-chemicals-study-finds Rainwater everywhere on Earth unsafe to drink due to ‘forever chemicals’, study finds Rainwater was found to contain unsafe levels of forever chemicals.   -   Copyright  Pexels By Rosie Frost  •  Updated: 14/08/2022 Rainwater almost everywhere on Earth has unsafe levels of ‘forever chemicals’, according to new research. Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large family of human-made chemicals that don’t … Continue reading Rainwater everywhere on earth is unsafe to drink due to forever chemicals

NYC restaurant chain cashes in on shrunken office crowd

https://apple.news/AWiEeTf_4SW2StCIjULdGdw A New York City Restaurant Chain Cashes In on a Shrunken Office Crowd Naya’s Middle Eastern food drives more business than before the pandemic, with robust sales on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays Most of Naya’s dozen locations cater to workers in Midtown Manhattan.PHOTO: BRIANA ELLIS-GIBBS/THE WALL STREET JOURNAL By Kate KingFollow Aug. 15, 2022 8:00 am … Continue reading NYC restaurant chain cashes in on shrunken office crowd

NYC’s dining sheds — keep or take out? Asking Upper West Siders

http://www.westsiderag.com/2022/09/20/asking-upper-west-siders-dining-sheds Asking Upper West Siders: Dining Sheds September 20, 2022 | 4:46 PM Street dining sheds for Made in New York Pizza, Sarabeth’s and Spaghetti Tavern on Amsterdam between 80th and 81st. Photo by Daniel Krieger. By Daniel Krieger Love ‘em or hate ‘em, dining sheds have become a fixed feature of the cityscape since … Continue reading NYC’s dining sheds — keep or take out? Asking Upper West Siders

NYC outdoor dining sheds are here to stay IF restaurant still in business

Between permanent restaurant outside dining and congestion pricing, the costs of owning a car (buying, maintaining, fueling, parking, insurance) in NYC are about to become even more prohibitive. Maybe it's time to take the radical step of making the change to public transit easier by making it free to the user. NYC wouldn't be the … Continue reading NYC outdoor dining sheds are here to stay IF restaurant still in business

With drought, it’s time to give up water-gulping non-essential crops

The point that's never hammered into our heads in this article is that it's time to stop using agriculture to feed livestock. We need to start eating the plants ourselves. If not now, in the very near future. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/sep/12/colorado-drought-water-alfalfa-farmers-conservation ‘Water is our most precious resource’: alfalfa farmers asked to give up crop amid megadrought in … Continue reading With drought, it’s time to give up water-gulping non-essential crops

Foods that shouldn’t be stored in the refrigerator

http://www.allrecipes.com/article/foods-that-dont-need-to-be-refrigerated/? 11 Surprising Foods That Don't Need to Be Refrigerated Sometimes, the fridge can do more harm than good.  By Melanie Fincher, March 01, 2022 CREDIT: GETTY IMAGES/ANDREY POPOV I used to live by the rule that if you want something to last, you put it in the fridge. Everything from bread to tomatoes went straight … Continue reading Foods that shouldn’t be stored in the refrigerator

Ants may help farmers grow healthy crops better than pesticides

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/aug/17/ants-can-beat-pesticides-helping-farmers-grow-healthy-crops-study-aoe Ants can be better than pesticides for growing healthy crops, study finds Harnessing natural insect power can, with proper management, have higher efficacy than resorting to harmful chemicals A tropical Ectatomma ant, one of the world’s 14,000 species, many of which can do the job of chemicals by killing pests that harm crops. Photograph: José … Continue reading Ants may help farmers grow healthy crops better than pesticides

Best Chinese food on NYC’s Upper West Side

/ilovetheupperwestside.com/best-chinese-food-on-the-upper-west-side/ Best Chinese Food on the Upper West Side  Adrienne Cooper  September 1, 2022  Food & Drink Pan Fried Dumplings from Tri Dim West, one of our new honorees. It’s been a few years since I boasted about the best Chinese restaurant options on the Upper West Side and I’m thrilled to be back to tingle your … Continue reading Best Chinese food on NYC’s Upper West Side

Singapore craft beer uses recycled sewage to highlight water scarcity

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jul/01/singapore-craft-beer-newbrew-uses-recycled-sewage-highlight-water-scarcity? Singapore craft beer uses recycled sewage to highlight water scarcity Collaboration between national water agency and craft brewer described as ‘highly quaffable’ The brewery, Brewerkz, says the beer is suitable for Singapore’s tropical climate, with a smooth, toasted honey-like aftertaste. Photograph: Brewerkz Rebecca Ratcliffe Fri 1 Jul 2022 06.45 EDT It is a beer made … Continue reading Singapore craft beer uses recycled sewage to highlight water scarcity