Some people like to argue that decades are nothing more than arbitrary demarcations of time. But if I were to ask you to free-associate, and if I were to say the Fifties, the Sixties, the Seventies, the Eighties, the Nineties, et cetera, certain songs and movie scenes and sartorial flourishes would arise in your mind for each one.
No one would confuse the 1950s with the 1970s, except maybe in the case of Happy Days. No one would confuse the 1970s with the 1990s, except maybe in the case of the Weezer video for “Buddy Holly” in which the band members were inserted into a scene from Happy Days. Decades have signature styles and moments. Some great hand of American culture does seem to hit reset every ten years.
OpenTable, a provider of online restaurant reservations, just released its list of the Top 100 Restaurants for 2019 in the United States. The list is generated from diner reviews collected between Oct. 1, 2018, and Sept. 30, 2019. Scroll through to find out the 100 best restaurants across the country (in alphabetical order), starting with Acquerello in San Francisco.
The new system will speed up the processing lines and reduce the number of inspectors.
ALBERT LEA, Minnesota — America’s food inspectors are warning that “unsafe” pork is likely making it to consumers under a change in rules for meat inspection.
That change is now set to roll out nationwide to plants that process more than 90 percent of the pork Americans eat.
“The consumer’s being duped,” Food Safety and Inspection Service inspector Jill Mauer told NBC News. “They believe that it actually is getting federally inspected when there’s no one there to even watch or do anything about anything.”
McKenna Knipe, 24, filmed herself pulling off a (seemingly) impossible stunt – chowing down on Burger King’s fake-meat Impossible Whopper while flying through the air in a wingsuit.
The high-flying footage was shared by the South Florida resident, who concealed the sandwich in her flight jacket before jumping out of a plane on the back of another flyer, Steve King, reported South West News Service, a British news agency.
Punchy pestos, meaty sauces, and more of your favorite pastas this year.
The end of each year is the time to reflect, to think deeply about the past 12 months and how we spent our energy. Well, in 2019, it seems our readers had one thing on their minds: Pasta. From labors-of-love like BA‘s Best Bolognese, to weeknight-friendly, pantry pastas like Basically‘s Adult Mac and Cheese, to a brothy, vegetarian pasta you can go ahead and call healthy(ish), there was plenty to satiate all the carb cravings. Here were the year’s most popular new pasta recipes, starting with No. 1.