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    GLENDORA, Calif. (KABC) -- Thanksgiving weekend may be over, but there's plenty of leftovers left - until a bear comes to eat them all.That's what happened to one man in Glendora.Mark Malsack found a bear eating some of his Thanksgiving Day leftovers from his trash cans.He told Eyewitness News on Sunday it was the bear's third visit that day.Malsack, who captured the bear rummaging through the bins on video, said he sees quite a lot of wildlife in the area, but this was his first time seeing a bear so close to his home.Bear sightings are common in the area.Earlier this month, a bear was spotted taking a dip in a pool after roaming through a San Dimas residential neighborhood.READ MORE | Bear roams San Dimas neighborhood, takes a dip in poolEMBED More News Videos A bear was spotted taking a dip in a pool after roaming through a San Dimas residential neighborhood Friday evening. AIR7 HD was over the scene that night as the bear walked on sidewalks and made its way to a family's backyard.The bear calmly walked...
    ‘Tis the season for Thanksgiving leftovers! Although Thanksgiving might be a bit smaller this year, you still might be coming home with leftovers, or even extra food to enjoy during the week. Leftovers are a great vessel to create new, exciting meals; you can add put them to a taco or even make a pizza! If you’re looking for what to do with your leftovers, you’ve come to the right place. There’s so much on our site about leftovers and how to use them, so check out these links for some meal prep ideas, creative repurposing inspiration, and tips! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based, and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Weekly Meal Plan Archives for all your weekly meal plan needs! General: Source: Thanksgiving Leftovers Tacos With Cranberry Salsa These general leftovers are those that focus solely on using your specific Thanksgiving recipes to create another dish! For instance, you can take...
    At the end of every Thanksgiving celebration, there's always that one aunt who insists on sending you home with the leftovers. "What am I gonna do with all these potatoes?!" she asks nobody in particular. "Your uncle and I can't possibly finish all this food!" she adds, usually while fumbling around in a drawer of plastic containers she's been saving for this exact purpose. A moment later, when she finishes scooping an ungodly amount of mashed potatoes into a gigantic plastic tub that once held margarine, she'll hand it over, kiss you on the cheek, and send you on your way. 'THANKSGIVING GRANDMA' CELEBRATES 5TH HOLIDAY WITH HONORARY 'GRANDSON' This year, of course, you might be refraining from a great big dinner with your aunts and uncles, in favor of a smaller, much more intimate holiday meal instead. But the fact remains — you'll likely make way too many potatoes, and your aunt's voice will continue to linger in your brain. "Why did I make so many potatoes?" you'll be asking yourself in the days following Thanksgiving. "What am I gonna...
    (CNN)After the last plate has been cleared from the table and everyone -- except the person stuck washing dishes -- has migrated to the couch, it's time to begin the next part of the Thanksgiving tradition. Yes, it's time to divvy up and work through the leftovers.Boost your mood with this 5-day gratitude challengeThese recommendations aren't about reinventing the wheel. We're offering a few options that will give you something to look forward to on your post-holiday meal plan. These are foods we already love, with Thanksgiving dishes folded into the familiar recipes.Sorry, same old next-day sandwiches and turkey tetrazzini. We're going in a different direction this time around.Turkey enchiladasRead MoreTry this couch workout and feel better about binge-watching TVMany of us turn to ground turkey as a healthier option in a variety of recipes. But it's just as easy to chop up leftover Thanksgiving turkey and sneak it into non-holiday comfort food. Start by adding it to your favorite enchilada (or taco or burrito bowl) recipe.Try these turkey black bean enchiladas, and feel free to substitute a quality canned...
    If you’re doing Thanksgiving right, you’re going to have some leftovers.  There’s a time limit on how long you can safely store that hearty turkey and cranberry sauce though, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Here’s what you need to know before you pack your Thanksgiving favorites away. Depending on whether you’re planning to stash your food in the fridge or freezer, Thanksgiving leftovers can last anywhere from three to four days to two to six months. There’s a time limit on how long you can safely store that hearty turkey and cranberry sauce though, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. (iStock) HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON THANKSGIVING DINNER To ensure your food is stored away before harmful bacteria can form, the USDA recommends dividing up dishes into shallow containers within two hours of cooking. It’s OK if your food is still warm when you pack it up, the national agriculture and food safety authority reports.TurkeyCooked turkey can be kept in a fridge for three or four days. The USDA does not provide guidelines on freezing turkey...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- More than two-thirds of Americans think Thanksgiving leftovers are even better than the original meal, and it turns out that many prominent Bay Area residents agree. The video in this story is from a related ABC7 News article. A next-day Thanksgiving sandwich tastes better than the freshly served dinner, according to 66 percent of 2,000 U.S. residents surveyed by research group OnePoll in mid-November.From chefs to tech millionaires to real estate agents, Bay area denizens also sang the praises of leftovers.RELATED: What to do with leftover turkey: Thanksgiving leftover recipe ideasApple cofounder Steve Wozniak prefers pumpkin pie, and he's not alone. Forty-five percent of those surveyed cited pumpkin pie as the best for leftovers.San Francisco chef Adriano Paganini, who has cooked for Queen Elizabeth and Luciano Pavarotti, loves to eat grilled panini sandwiches with stuffing and fried eggs the next morning.Paganini is the moving force behind San Francisco restaurants including Belga, Beretta, and Delarosa.VIDEO: Safe snacks you can feed your pets from the Thanksgiving dinner tableEMBED More News VideosA veterinarian gives five safe foods and five foods...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — With more families returning to large gatherings this holiday season, health experts say it’s important to keep your guests safe from food poisoning. The US Department of Agriculture is reminding us to refrigerate perishable items within two hours, and to freeze or eat your leftovers within four days. READ MORE: 'Tis The Season To Shop! Here Are The Best Days To Shop OnlineThe USDA says not enough people know that food can become unsafe in the refrigerator after four days. In fact, 31 percent of participants in recent study said they would eat leftovers kept longer than four days in the refrigerator. After four days, spoilage bacteria can cause food to develop a bad smell or taste. Leftovers can be put into the freezer and they will be good for 2 to 6 months. READ MORE: Federal Judge Denies Stay In Seminole Tribe Online Sports Betting CaseIf you’re reheating leftovers, make sure they reach 165-degrees before eating.  Reheat sauces, soups and gravies safely by bringing them to a rolling boil. And if you use the microwave, always...
    LOS ANGELES -- The joyful indulgence of a holiday meal doesn't necessarily end when everybody gets up from the table; it's a time-honored tradition to dig back into your leftovers in the days following a big holiday or even to give them new life as sandwiches or casseroles.Leftovers, though, don't last forever, and it's important to practice good food safety habits to prevent the spread of foodborne illnesses. As a general guideline, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services recommends eating or freezing turkey and other leftovers within three to four days. For Thanksgiving, that means you should eat or freeze by Monday.If you're not sure what to do with leftover turkey, visit FoodSafety.gov for a list of easy leftover turkey recipes.EMBED More News Videos AccuWeather explains why we eat turkey on Thanksgiving in the United States. Storing leftoversAfter your big holiday meal, refrigerate your leftovers within two hours to prevent spoilage. Any perishable food left at room temperature for more than two hours should be considered unsafe and discarded.Contrary to popular opinion, you shouldn't let leftovers cool to...
    We’ve all learned more than we bargained for about how to celebrate the holidays during uncertain times. Last year, many of us cooked smaller Thanksgiving feasts and celebrated by Zoom. This year, with the proper precautions, we might see more real-life gatherings, and plates full of most — if not all — of the trimmings. The good news: More leftovers, perhaps, to go around. The not-so-good news: Prices for turkey and other food are higher than in past years. So we want to make smart use of every bite. Turkeys will generally be bigger this year too because of labor shortages and delays at processing plants, Butterball President and CEO Jay Jandrain told the AP. So put those leftovers to work: TURKEY There are many, many ways to use up that leftover turkey. Think about soups, tetrazzini, pot pies (recipe below) and, of course, sandwiches. Anywhere you would use leftover or cooked chicken is fair game (pun slightly intended) for leftover turkey. Swap it into your favorite pasta dish or salad. Shred it and add to a lasagna instead...
    What's a holiday meal without leftovers? This holiday season, keep the spirit alive by transforming your holiday leftovers into an entirely new dish with these easy holiday leftover recipes for turkey and other dishes.Leftovers, though, don't last forever, and it's important to practice good food safety habits to prevent the spread of foodborne illnesses. As a general guideline, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services recommends eating or freezing turkey and other leftovers within three to four days.Visit FoodSafety.gov for a list of even more easy leftover turkey recipes in addition to the ones listed below.Vegetable and Turkey Stir FryCooked turkey combined with your favorite frozen veggies means you can throw this stir-fry together quickly for a healthy weekday dinner.EMBED More News Videos Butterball Turkey Talk-Line Expert Andrea Balitewicz shares ideas on what do to with Thanksgiving leftovers. Ingredients 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 thin slices of ginger root (minced) 1 garlic clove (peeled and minced) 16 ounces turkey (cooked, cut into 1/2 inch cubes) 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1 2/3 packages vegetables, fresh or frozen (10...
    IF YOU’RE tired of having to wait for your entire family’s leftovers to be reheated to eat together, there is a new trick you may want to try.  A TikToker shared how he heats two plates at once in the microwave.  3A new tip shows how to reheat more than one plate of food at onceCredit: TikTok/salinasdamien 3The hack allows people to stack one plate on top of anotherCredit: TikTok/salinasdamien “We have all this food, but only one microwave.  “So here’s what you do,” the TikToker said at the beginning of his video. “Put a cup on the plate and you put that plate in the microwave,” he instructed as he set a plate in the microwave with a short cup in its center. “You put your other plate on top of our cup, and now we can microwave two plates,” he concluded.  Many of his followers were pleased with the tip, with one even calling him a “true hero.” However, many thought his instructions were misleading because they assumed the cup shattered in the microwave. Most read in LifestyleROYAL...
    If turkey is the star at your 2021 Thanksgiving table, you’ll want to take necessary steps preparing the dish with your loved ones' safety in mind. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says you should not wash or rinse a turkey before cooking as poultry juices can contaminate other foods, utensils and countertops if spread in the kitchen. In a 2020 survey, 78% of participants reported washing or rinsing turkey before cooking, according to the CDC. "Old recipes and family cooking traditions may keep this practice going, but it can make you and your family sick," the CDC states on its website. Wash your hands with warm water and soap for 20 seconds before and after handling poultry. Use a separate cutting board and wash any dishes or utensils the turkey touches. THE MOST POPULAR THANKSGIVING SIDE DISH IN EVERY STATE A turkey should also never be thawed by leaving it out on the counter as it can become unsafe to consume at certain temperatures due to bacteria growth with the "danger zone" between 40°F and 140°F. Instead thaw in...
    I realize I am getting ahead of myself by talking turkey leftovers right now, but only by a few days. I trust that you have your Thanksgiving turkey centerpiece under control. This recipe is about that turkey and addresses the leftovers you will face. I can’t imagine a better way to use up those leftovers than to add them to a platter of nachos. Following the sit-down turkey holiday feast, it’s refreshing to make food that’s decidedly unfancy, unplated and, well, messy. This casual family-style nacho platter will do the trick. Related Articles Cook this: Try this do-ahead hot smoked salmon appetizer Thanksgiving sides: A chef’s take on creamed spinach Quick Cook: Smoked Gouda and Brussels Sprout Frittata Cook this: Make this humble pie for a sweet fall dessert Cook this: Use root vegetables for this nutrient-rich mash While it appears to be heavy and loaded (it is), these nachos are relatively light and straightforward in ingredients, with just enough cheese to bind them, and a gargantuan mound of...
    NEW YORK -- After Christopher Hughey tweeted that he's tackling his first Thanksgiving turkey last year, the advice started rolling in.Brine it. Don't bother. Try "spatchcocking" -- grilling the bird split open. Remember to turn on the oven, and expect that something will burn."One extreme is that it's going to be dry, and inedible and gross," said the Charlotte, North Carolina, resident, who already doesn't like cooking poultry because of fears he'll undercook it and sicken people. "The other extreme is that we'll all wind up in urgent care."Food experts say rookie cooks nervous about attempting their first Turkey Day spreads can avoid disaster and keep everyone healthy by following a few basic tips.EMBED More News Videos Ric Romero shows us how to carve a turkey like a pro. (From the archives) Plan aheadAs for the meal itself, experts say to get started well before the big day. A common mistake: Failing to plan so all the dishes can be ready in time. That includes leaving enough time for frozen turkeys to defrost in the fridge, where temperatures are cold...
    The New Gossip Girl Trailer Is Here and It Is Not Safe for Work Latest mortgage rates: Surprise move downward this week There is a natural and obvious follow-up to Notre Dame’s unprecedented success handling Navy’s triple-option in Saturday’s 34-6 win. The Irish (8-1) gave up much of their usual practice routine a week ago to prep for the uniqueness of the Midshipmen approach. Head coach Brian Kelly worried it might cost them at Virginia (6-3). © Provided by NBC Sports “Let’s go see how we handle now Brennan Armstrong and the Cavaliers,” Kelly said before even leaving Notre Dame Stadium on Saturday. The concern is logical, if unfounded in recent years. The Irish are 5-1 following their last six Navy games, and for those wondering, they are 3-2-1 against the spread in those matchups. Like this week, Notre Dame was favored in all those games. In fact, Notre Dame has not lost as a favorite since it played Stanford at the end of the 2017 season, which also happens to be the one loss following a game against...
    Robin Thicke appeared in great spirits as he left The Ivy in Beverly Hills with an armful of leftovers on Thursday. The singer, 44, flashed a broad smile as he made his way outside after enjoying lunch at the swanky eatery, with Robin no doubt planning to devour his remaining food later in the day. His cheerful display comes in the wake of Emily Ratajkowski's claims that he groped her on the set of the music video for his track Blurred Lines, in which she appeared.  Happy days: Robin Thicke appeared in great spirits as he left The Ivy in Beverly Hills with an armful of leftovers on Thursday Robin caught the eye in a black shirt with a colourful paisley pattern, which he wore partially unbuttoned. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Emily Ratajkowski turns heads in fabulous fringed frock... Chrissy Teigen flashes her ample cleavage in a sexy bralet... 'I wasn't present in my life': Holly Willoughby details how... Kendall Jenner sends temperatures soaring in skimpy white... Share this article Share The...
    Dear Amy: Please help to settle a debate I am having with my wife. With the holidays fast approaching and large family meals on the horizon, I say it is OK to arrive at these meals with our own containers for leftovers. I feel it is helpful to the host, who would like to send food home with the guests. My wife believes it is inconsiderate. What is your opinion? – Looking for Leftovers Related Articles Ask Amy: I don’t want my husband using my name anymore when he does this Ask Amy: It makes me sick to think that my best friend violated my privacy Ask Amy: I know I sound delusional, but I’ve decided to sever all my friendships Ask Amy: As the senior neighbor on the street, I should have been told about the death Ask Amy: Why are these random people grooming me? Dear Looking: Greeting your host with your Gladware out and at the ready is definitely gauche. Not all hosts want to send leftovers...
    BAKE Off 2021 viewers have been blown away by the mouth-watering creations from this year's batch of amateur bakers. But after judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith take their tiny nibbles out of the baked goods who gets to eat all the delicious leftovers? 2 Bake Off judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood can only eat so much, so who gets their leftovers?Credit: (Channel 4 images must not be altered or manipulated in any way) CHANNEL 4 PICTURE PUBLIC Who eats the leftovers on The Great British Bake Off? The Great British Bake Off contestants put their heart and soul into preparing scrumptious treats for judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith. As a result, there are often lots of leftover cake, biscuits, bread and other goodies throughout the series. But fear not, the delights do not go to waste - unlike MasterChef, the first pick of leftovers goes to the bakers themselves. The show's Chief Home Economist Faenia Moore told BBC Good Food: "It’s important for the bakers to eat what they’ve slaved over, so after each challenge I make...
    The 25 best breakthrough albums that werent debut albums The 8 Best Deals From Costco’s September Coupon Book Notre Dame’s 27-13 win against Purdue on Saturday lacked the dramatics of a quarterback change or the definitiveness of a four-touchdown win, but it still felt familiar to fifth-year receiver and captain Avery Davis. Perhaps more precisely, the pair of three-point wins to open the season felt familiar. © Provided by NBC Sports They reminded Davis of the 8- and 5-point Irish wins against Ball State and Vanderbilt, respectively, early in the 2018 season. “We knew we had a very talented team,” Davis said of that frustrating September. “It’s not that we didn’t practice hard, we just needed to pick it up in practice.” Swapping in Ian Book for Brandon Wimbush on Notre Dame’s first road trip in 2018 sparked the Irish to a 56-27 win at Wake Forest and eventually a Playoff bid. But to Davis, it was a mindset shift that mattered more than the quarterback change. The success then found was a lesson he tried to impart last...
    Rats are making a comeback to the streets of New York in greater numbers than ever before due to the rapid expansion of outdoor dining sheds that have sprung up along the city streets.  During the early part of the pandemic, rats were faced with massive food shortages as restaurants and bars shut up shop entirely. It forced the disease-carrying vermin to become even more aggressive in their search for sustenance.  With food waste no longer being discarded on the streets or into nearby trash cans it meant the rats had to forage further for food.  Outdoor dining has helped New York City restaurants survive the pandemic but now rats are feasting on the leftovers guests leave behind Once venues close for the night, rats come out to have their own dinner The vermin are rarely present when people are out enjoying their meal, but once they leave, the rats reign ViacomCBS Privacy Policy By the time venues opened their doors once again, rats that survived the famine of the pandemic found they had...
    Axe to grind: 25 famous guitars and their rock star owners The Minimum Salary You Need To Be Happy in the Biggest Cities Notre Dame’s receivers seem to be a concern for everyone except the Irish. No podcast or radio interview previewing Notre Dame’s 2021 is complete without wondering about the supposed lack of known playmakers, clearly a key factor of why the Irish season win total over/under remains at 8.5. © Notre Dame Athletics Despite the praises from Notre Dame’s preseason practices of senior Kevin Austin’s long-awaited arrival and classmate Braden Lenzy’s improved strength bettering his consistency, not to mention Irish head coach Brian Kelly calling senior Joe Wilkins’ offseason “transformational,” worrying about Notre Dame’s unproven receivers has become the most common talking point with less than two weeks until Labor Day Eve. They all overlook something: The Irish are better off than they were a year ago. Heading into the 2020 season, Notre Dame had five receivers with double-digit catches the year before. One, Javon McKinley, capitalized against inferior opposition in 2019. Another, Northwestern graduate transfer Bennett...
    Stars attend the premiere of Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings A complete guide to 401(k) retirement plans: What is a 401(k)? Entering preseason practices, four questions loomed largest for No. 9 Notre Dame, and in the interests of best preparing for the season opener on Labor Day Eve, the Irish needed to find answers sooner than later. © Provided by NBC Sports They’ve gone 4-for-4. — Wisconsin transfer Jack Coan was always the clear starting quarterback, but making that official after only one week of practices will allow Coan to step into that leadership role with no hesitation whatsoever. “Jack put his head down and worked,” offensive coordinator Tommy Rees said Saturday. “ The most successful transfers we’ve had in this program have come in, worked first and then started to figure out what their role was going to be. Jack earned the respect and trust of his teammates the moment he stepped foot here with the way they saw how he worked. “Then, like I said, there was just a consistency in the way he...
    If you’ve been cooking and have food left over, you’re probably wondering if you can keep the hot leftovers in the fridge. We clarify your doubts. Many people take advantage of their days off or moments of rest to prepare food for the next day or even the entire week. In this way, all they have to do is take the container out of the refrigerator, heat the food in the microwave, and that’s it. If you also organize your menus in this way or you have simply miscalculated the quantity and you have food left over, you’re wondering if you can keep hot leftovers in the fridge. Some say that this practice can damage the appliance, affect the state of conservation of other stored foods or impair the quality of the food that we store. All these beliefs confuse and raise many doubts, so many people do not know what is the best way to keep leftovers. First of all we have to be clear that we store food in the refrigerator to prevent bacteria from growing...
    Robinhood reports explosive growth, stock will trade as HOOD Robinhood files for IPO The day may come that Phil Steele pays players to appear on the cover of his annual season preview, but that is not the effect of today’s implementation of name, image and likeness rights. Steele can get those images from photo depositories or even the schools themselves. His Mike McGlinchey and Ian Book covers of recent years would not have benefitted the former Notre Dame captains. © Provided by NBC Sports And NIL moments will not start appearing in his annual preview, despite it being so renowned for its comprehensiveness. For all the hand-wringing around student-athletes finally having a basic right that every other one of their classmates has long enjoyed, NIL rights will not change the game on the field, at all. Hard to believe it was still put off for so long. Already a few Notre Dame players have announced opportunities to make money off their own names. Former Irish walk-on running back Mick Assaf has developed a platform that allows fans to pay...
    Big Oils increasing number of climate lawsuits draws parallels to Big Tobacco Nike, Wells Fargo, Infrastructure Deal - 5 Things You Must Know Friday Most Comfortable Shoes: "These Shoes Are Like Walking On Clouds" Ad Microsoft Don’t Borrow From The Bank - Borrow From Yourself Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/14 SLIDES © istockphoto.com Kitchen trash can be garden treasure. You and your family members aren’t the only ones in your home who get hungry; your indoor and outdoor plants also require regular boosts of nutrients that are vital for healthy growth. Although you don’t need to go out of your way to cook something special for your leafy companions, there are quite a few kitchen scraps and leftovers that your garden will appreciate, demonstrating its gratitude with healthy, green growth and plenty of flowers. So before you toss those scraps into the trash or the garbage...
    DID you know that there is actually a science behind the way you pack your fridge? Well, this might actually be affecting how long your groceries last if you're putting items in the wrong shelves. TikTok user Laura de Barra, who is also the author of Gaff Goddes: Simple Tips and Tricks to Help You Run Your Home, revealed on social media the perfect way to stock your fridge and we bet you've been putting your leftovers on the wrong shelf. 7The coolest shelf in the fridge is the bottom oneCredit: @lauradebarra/Tiktok 7Meats should go on the lowest shelfCredit: @lauradebarra/Tiktok 7Produce should go in the drawersCredit: @lauradebarra/Tiktok In her video, Laura explained that the drawers at the bottom of your fridge are the most humid part of your fridge, which makes it perfect for fruits and vegetables. Because the bottom shelf is the coolest part of the fridge, this means that it is the perfect spot for raw meat and fish as it will stay fresh longer. Keeping in mind that the bottom shelf is the coolest and...
    SHE has immaculate nails and beautifully styled hair but Rachel Burditt’s job is far from glamorous. It includes such delights as clearing cat sick from window sills and tidying chicken bones from under sofas. 9Rachel Burditt is a professional organiser who helps hoarders declutter their unruly homesCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd The 40-year-old mother of two is a professional organiser who helps hoarders declutter their unruly homes. From tackling wild animals to clearing up vomit and confronting clients about their clutter, she has done it all. Rachel says: “I’ve seen some sights that made my stomach churn. People forget that I’m a professional organiser, not a cleaner. “I have encountered everything from mountains of poop and vomit to month-old takeaway leftovers hidden under sofas. 9A cluttered home before Rachel worked her magic - the bed can't even be seen 9Rachel transformed the bedroom into a beautiful room with plenty of space “I’ve had live creatures climb inside my jacket. “But I’ll never turn down a challenge. I won’t leave a room until it looks perfect. “At this stage, there is...
    Researchers have found that boulders on the massive asteroid Ryugu are 'porous,' leading some to wonder if the discovery could help experts learn more about how planets are formed. The findings, published in Nature Astronomy, reveal that the 2,790-foot-wide Ryugu, has boulders with 'an average porosity of greater than 70 percent, a level as high as early planetismals. Planetismals are ancient celestial bodies, some as old as 4.6 billion years ago, that are made of  dust, rock and other materials that comprise the 'building blocks of planets,' NASA notes. Scroll down for video  As such, the boulders could potentially contain left-over portions of the early Solar System, the researchers theorized. 'We propose that these boulders are the least processed material on Ryugu and represent remnants of porous planetesimals that did not undergo a high degree of heating and compaction,' researchers wrote in the study. 'Our multi-instrumental analysis suggests that fragments of the highly porous boulders are mixed within the surface regolith globally, implying that they might be captured within collected samples by touch-down operations.'  To come up with their findings,...
    According to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), an estimated 30-40% of food in the United States goes to waste. That is more than one-third of our food! Imagine going to the grocery store, and after paying for your items, you simply throw away an entire bag of food instead of placing it in your car. While we may not do this at the grocery store, we are essentially doing this at home when we toss out unwanted and unused food. It is time we take ownership of our wasted food and learn how simple solutions can reduce what ends up in our landfills. Wasted food that goes to the landfill mixes with inorganic waste and is buried so it does not decompose as well as it otherwise would. This buried waste releases methane gas which is a harmful greenhouse gas (even more so than carbon dioxide). For perspective, methane from food waste in the US food accounts for the same as 37 million cars’ worth of greenhouse gas emissions. Put food waste in its place The good news...
    Fox Business host Dagen McDowell argued Monday that President Joe Biden was only polling well on issues that had seen a continuation of former President Donald Trump’s policies. McDowell joined “The Five” on Fox News to discuss Biden’s first 100 days in office, and she said that how the president was performing depended on which issues were on the table. (RELATED: ‘Slipping Into Hacktastic Irrelevancy’: Dagen McDowell Says No One Is Waiting For Fauci’s Permission To Go Out) WATCH: “Dagen, it’s also — I read that thing today about the shortage economy, meaning there is all sorts of things that are coming up short right now,” cohost Dana Perino began. “How do you measure the first 100 days?” McDowell noted that there were more job openings than there had been even before the pandemic, largely because businesses were having a hard time finding workers. “You can analyze these polling numbers in a different way. So Joe Biden is net positive, meaning approval higher than disapproval, on four issues: coronavirus, health care, economy, foreign policy. He is net negative...
    IF there’s one thing parents have learned over the past year, it’s that coming up with cheap, healthy and exciting meal ideas can feel almost as soul-crushing as homeschooling.  Even when you do manage to cook something new, there’s nothing more dispiriting than a child looking at the dish you worked so hard to make… and refusing to touch it.  7Rebecca Wilson is mum to Nina, three, and bestselling author of What Mummy Makes We spoke to Sunday Times bestselling author of the What Mummy Makes Cookbook and What Mummy Makes Meal Planner, 29-year-old Rebecca Wilson, to get her best lazy mum meal hacks and £1 recipe ideas. Rebecca, who lives in Carlisle with her three-year-old daughter Nina, posts many of her food hacks and recipes to her 450K+ followers on Instagram @whatmummymakes. Her “lazy mum” philosophy that we can all embrace? When Nina was a baby, Rebecca decided she’d only cook once so everyone would eat the same thing, a strategy she insists can save parents “time, money and energy”. “My ethos is to cook just one meal for...
    Redditors are sharing the things that are totally fine to do and say in the United States but would not go over well across the pond.  This weekend, Reddit user TownImmediate9060 asked fellow fans of the platform: 'What is socially acceptable in the U.S. that would be horrifying in the U.K.?' Thousands of people have replied, sharing the American customs — like taking leftover food home from a restaurant — and American vocabulary — like 'fanny pack' — that would earn some raised eyebrows if someone tried them out in the UK. Differences: Redditors are sharing the things that are totally fine to do and say in the United States but would not go over well in the UK (stock image) Several people pointed to ways that dining at a restaurant in the US can be different from doing so in the UK.  'When my Brit friends were visiting, they were horrified when the waiter took their credit card to swipe back at the terminal. This made them REALLY uncomfortable,' wrote one. Another said that taking food home from a restaurant...
    Loading the player... Weeks ahead of her big night at this year’s Oscars ceremony, Viola Davis opened up about Hollywood’s treatment of Black talent, explaining, “We’re the leftovers.” Fresh off her major SAG Awards win, the acclaimed actress is in full awards season mode as she continues to collect accolades for her performance in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. Appearing on Variety’s Awards Circuit Podcast, Davis opened up about her latest role and Hollywood’s treatment of Black talent at large. BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 03: Viola Davis joins LOréal Paris to celebrate the launch of Age Perfect Cosmetics on March 03, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Rachel Murray/Getty Images for L’Oréal Paris ) Read More: Viola Davis makes history with SAG Award win for ‘Ma Rainey’ Davis shared on the podcast, “It’s so hard to get films made that don’t fit a certain box of how they see us. Inclusivity cannot be a hashtag. You’ve got to write roles for people of color that are culturally specific – that is just as thought out as our white counterparts’ roles, to get to...
    We’ve all been cooking from home a lot, and that can mean lots of leftovers. A new OnePoll survey shows 61% say they always refrigerate their leftovers but never eat them. Click here to see more from the survey.
    New Jersey to Lower Vaccine Eligibility Age to 55 Starting April 5 Border Patrol on pace to have most monthly encounters with border crossers in more than a decade To tier a position means to bundle players with a similar projected outcome, creating an alternate form of rankings that will better serve you on Draft Day. Tiers make it immediately apparent during the heat of the draft where the drop-off is coming next so that you'll know which position to target with each and every pick.  © Provided by CBS Sports Tiers 4.0: Catcher | Second base | Third base | Shortstop | Outfield | Starting pitcher | Relief pitcher Below are the first base tiers for 2021, depicting a position that's lacking in game-changers at the top but well-stocked with capable options in the middle. The Elite: Freddie Freeman, Cody Bellinger, DJ LeMahieu The Near-Elite: Jose Abreu, Luke Voit, Pete Alonso^, Matt Olson^, Vladimir Guerrero The Next-Best Things: Paul Goldschmidt, Max Muncy, Anthony Rizzo, Dominic Smith, Josh Bell, Mike Moustakas, Rhys Hoskins† The Fallback Options: Carlos Santana†, Andrew Vaughn, Miguel Sano, Eric Hosmer The Last Resorts: Ryan Mountcastle, C.J. Cron, Jared Walsh, Christian Walker, Yuli Gurriel,...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dozens of North Texans were able to unexpectedly get the COVID-19 vaccine Monday, March 22, when the clinic at Fair Park in Dallas had leftover shots. “This was awesome I could get in last minute,” said Dallas resident Stephanie Timko. “Dropped my phone, threw everything in my purse, ran out to my car – my husband didn’t even know I left the house – and got in line.” READ MORE: 10 Killed, Including 1 Officer, At Colorado Supermarket A tweet from Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins led to the mad dash to Fair Park. “We have 100 doses of @Pfizer left @fairpark First come first serve until we run out. Please hurry down to gate 2.” We have 100 doses of @Pfizer left @fairpark First come first serve until we run out. Please hurry down to gate 2. — Clay Jenkins (@JudgeClayJ) March 22, 2021 “I saw it, was walking the dog, ran home, and made it here just in time,” said Michael Niehuus. READ MORE: Keller Police Seize Vehicle Of Interest In Deadly Hit-And-Run Saturday,...
    IT doesn’t happen often, but sometimes there is leftover pizza when you can’t quite finish it all. On this occasion, you probably just chuck the entire box in the fridge ready for tomorrow – but this takes up A LOT of space. 5 A man on TikTok showed how to turn a pizza box into the perfect space-saving size But it turns out there’s another way, and the space-saving solution is blowing people’s minds. TikTok user @Nateandgran shared a video on how to reduce the size of the box with some simple folds – and it works on ALL boxes. “Pizza box life hacks,” the caption read, and it’s just what we needed for the weekend. Demonstrating how it works, he starts by ripping off the lid before removing some cardboard from the side flaps, folding the entire thing in half. 5 Start by ripping the lid off the pizza box off 5 Then tear some of the cardboard off the sides This creates a mini box perfect for leftover, and he claims...
    A GREAT way to spice up Christmas leftovers is with a home-made curry powder. Not only is it fun to make but it is great for digestive systems that have been put to the test over the festive period. Mrs Crunch recipes in association with Morrisons Here are three tasty recipes using a homemade curry powder that you can make as mild – or hot – as you like. Homemade curry powder Makes 20 servings - 7p each Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 5 minutes 5TIP: This will keep in a screw-top jar for six monthsCredit: Shutterstock YOU NEED: 3tbsp coriander seeds 1 tbsp cumin seeds 1 tbsp mustard seeds 1 tsp cardamom seeds (removed from pods) 8 whole cloves 5cm cinnamon stick, broken 2-3 small dried red chillies or ½tsp ground chili powder ½ tsp freshly grated nutmeg 1 tbsp ground turmeric METHOD: Put the coriander seeds, cumin seeds, mustard seeds, cardamom seeds, cloves and cinnamon stick in a small frying pan. Place over medium heat and toast, stirring frequently for 1-2 minutes. Remove from the...
    A MUM who describes herself as the “ultimate cheapskate housewife” has revealed how she rations loo roll and counts out her kids’ cereal to save money. Jordan Page, 27, from Utah, will do whatever it takes to make her money stretch as far as possible, and she is determined to make sure her children do the same. 5Jordan Page describes herself as the "ultimate cheapskate"Credit: TLC Speaking on TLC’s Extreme Cheapskates, she says: “My kids are total cheapskates, they know you don’t waste anything, you eat every bite of food on your plate, pick up every penny you see.” And finishing their plates shouldn’t be difficult for Jordan’s kids, with the mum counting out the perfect amount of cereal for each of them, and watering down juice. Bacon is off limits in the house unless it’s Christmas, and Jordan will even freeze her breastmilk to make it go further. She even bakes cookies on the dashboard of her car so that she isn’t spending a penny on power. 5She rations out the toilet paper used by each family memberCredit: TLC...
    Berlin: Millennium Backs Horror Tale ‘The Piper’ (Exclusive) J&J Vaccine, Walmart, AMC and NIO - 5 Things You Must Know Monday Who was Louis Nix? © Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports Yes, a former Under Armour All-American, the fulcrum of Notre Dame’s dominant 2012 defense, a three-year starter at defensive tackle. An outsized personality intent on bringing joy to others, be it publicly as “Irish Chocolate” or privately when he saw a friend trying to stop the bleeding of a broken nose. And a Florida native who committed to a school in northwestern Indiana when it did not even have a football coach, he was so intent on challenging and bettering himself. But he was much more than that. To understand the depth of Nix, found dead over the weekend at 29, the only person to turn to is the man himself. Background: Some dorms at Notre Dame collect clothing to donate to the Salvation Army each Christmas. The cardboard collection boxes are usually placed next to the dorm’s mailboxes. During Lou’s years in Alumni Hall, a few pairs of...
    Cases fall, variant cases multiply in US; IRS wont push back tax deadline: Latest COVID-19 updates Yes, the Liberals will run a scare campaign. But Labor should tackle negative gearing anyway Leftovers & Links: Notre Dame’s defense too good for Marcus Freeman to change too much Despite being perhaps the most highly-sought assistant coach this offseason, despite opting to join Notre Dame amid an all-out push from LSU, despite leaving a top-20 program with a high 2021 ceiling, new Irish defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman has no intentions of making his influence felt too quickly in South Bend. © Getty Images Why fix what isn’t broken? “Notre Dame’s defense has been good for many, many years,” Freemain said in early February. “You got to be a crazy person to come in here and say, ‘We’re going to change what you’ve done to have success to being [in the] College Football Playoff two of the past three years. We’re going to change everything we’ve done defensively.’ You’re crazy to think that as a defensive coordinator.” That was part of Irish head...
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