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October 18, 2011

By

Ali Rosen, Daily Meal Video

Husk's Travis Grimes talks pig ears, trout ribs, and chicken skins in Charleston, SC

Travis Grimes on Southern Food That Takes Local to a New Level

Husk's Travis Grimes talks pig ears, trout ribs, and chicken skins in Charleston, SC

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Tips and Tricks

Animal Crossing New Horizons is full of tons of new features, from crafting your own tools to constructing your island from scratch. Whether this is your first Animal Crossing town or you’ve been paying off loans to Tom Nook for years, we’ve compiled some of the most important tips and tricks for making the most of your time on your new deserted island.

Check out our most essential tips and tricks in a video above, or scroll down for even more hints and useful information for beginners and veterans alike!


Dishes

Explore new cuisines, diets and crowd-pleasing spreads with all our favourite dishes. Find a recipe for every occasion.

Baked potato recipes

Perfect your spud technique then pile our filling ideas high.

Burger recipes

Discover our best burger recipes, with everything you'll ever need to put inside a bun, from juicy beef patties, to miso, chicken, turkey and veggie burgers.

Casserole recipes

From slow-cooked stews to quick casseroles.

Chicken salad recipes

Serve up a bright, light plate of goodness.

Crumble recipes

Crumble is a classic pudding you can enjoy all year, from comforting apple & blackberry crumble to modern twists like peanut butter berry crisp.

Curry recipes

Rustle up a spicy supper using fish, vegetables or meat and a blend of rich flavours.

Fish pie recipes

Inspiration for a mash-topped seafood bake, these warming fish pie recipes are ultra comforting family-friendly dishes.

Frittata recipes

This baked egg dish, similar to omelette, works served both hot and cold and with a vast array of fillings.

Hummus recipes

Try our tasty recipes for hummus (or houmous) and make your own chickpea dip with peas, peppers or beetroot. We have serving suggestions and dinner ideas.

Ice cream recipes

Indulgent ices and refreshing sorbets for hot days.

Jam recipes

A pot of homemade preserve always beats shop-bought. Spread these fruity jams on hot buttered toast or give them away as gifts.

Lasagne recipes

Cook a classic Italian pasta bake for the family. We have all sorts of lasagne recipes, including traditional mince, seafood and veggie versions.

Meatball recipes

Use up mince to make delicious meatballs. We have recipes for pork, turkey, lamb and more. They're great in curries, sandwiches, or dolloped on spaghetti.

Noodle recipes

Noodles make the perfect speedy, midweek supper. Flash fry some egg noodles for an Asian-style dish, or experiment with buckwheat, rice or soba noodles.

Omelette recipes

Exciting ideas for fluffy and filling omelettes.

One-pot recipes

Create comfort in a pot with these filling, sumptuous recipes, such as sausage & lentil one-pot and fish with black olives & tomatoes.

Pasta recipes

Delicious pasta dishes from classic spaghetti Bolognese to lasagne and linguine. Find the perfect pasta recipe for midweek meals as well as easy pasta dishes you can rustle up using your&hellip

Pasta bake recipes

Serve up a hearty pasta bake topped with melted cheese. These comforting dishes include lasagne, mac 'n' cheese and sausage pasta bake.

Chutney recipes

Preserve a seasonal glut of fruit and veg to enjoy during the colder months or to give as a delicious festive gift. Our chutneys include apple, tomato, pineapple, cranberry and more.

Pie recipes

Perfect pastry and delicious fillings, both sweet and savoury. Cut a slice and dig in.

Pizza recipes

Put down that takeaway menu and make your own pizza from our great selection, including simple Margherita, spicy salami, Sicilian and a super healthy option.

Quiche recipes

Quiche recipes for every occasion.

Risotto recipes

Master the art of this delicious Italian dish. easily.

Sandwich recipes

Thrilling fillings and tasty toppings for your bread, wraps, baps and buns. Our next level sarnies include classic club sandwiches, baguettes and picnic favourites.


Even while vaccines are rolling out, COVID-19 testing will remain crucial to helping us all return to normal as we begin to engage in everyday life once again. The BinaxNOW COVID-19 Self Test card is identical to the professional-use test card, used since August 2020, and is the most studied and widely available rapid antigen test – allowing schools, employers and communities to utilize rapid testing.

Now, with BinaxNOW authorized for over the counter for frequent asymptomatic use, we are making testing directly available for fast results, when and where you need it. You can now access our BinaxNOW test in 3 ways: at your local retailer over the counter self-test, or proctored at-home or from your healthcare professional. This combination will help attack the pandemic on critical fronts – speed, simplicity, affordability, access and reliability.

No more lines, no more wait times, no more barriers and no more inconveniences. Answers are now in your hands.

CONDUCTING YOUR SELF TEST

Just got home with your BinaxNOW Self Test? Here's what you need to know to conduct your test correctly.

BINAXNOW™ COVID-19 ANTIGEN SELF TEST:

In need of rapid results with no barriers or inconveniences? Click here for product information or learn where you can purchase the self test.

BinaxNOW™ Ag Card Home Test:

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BinaxNOW™ Ag Card:

For professional use, click here for product information.

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For the professional use and at-home versions of BinaxNOW, you can receive verified tests results to your phone via our NAVICA mobile app.

DOWNLOAD THE APP

Get the app before your first test.

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MORE COVID-19 TESTING QUESTIONS ANSWERED

The BinaxNOW™ COVID-19 Antigen Self Test is a lateral flow immunoassay intended for the qualitative detection of nucleocapsid protein antigen from SARS-CoV-2 from individuals with or without symptoms or other epidemiological reasons to suspect COVID-19 infection when tested twice over three days with at least 36 hours between tests. This test is authorized for non-prescription home use with self-collected direct anterior nasal (nares) swab samples from individuals aged 15 years or older or adult collected anterior nasal swab samples from individuals aged two years or older.

The BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag 2 Card is a lateral flow immunoassay intended for the qualitative detection of nucleocapsid protein antigen from SARS-CoV-2 in direct anterior nasal (nares) swab samples from COVID-19 symptomatic individuals tested twice over three days with at least 36 hours between tests within the first seven days of symptom onset.

This test is authorized for use with direct anterior nasal (nares) swab samples from individuals without symptoms or other epidemiological reasons to suspect COVID-19, when tested twice over three days with at least 36 hours between tests. Testing is limited to laboratories certified under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA), 42 U.S.C. §263a, that meet the requirements to perform moderate, high, or waived complexity tests. This test is authorized for use at the Point of Care (POC), i.e., in patient care settings operating under a CLIA Certificate of Waiver, Certificate of Compliance, or Certificate of Accreditation.

The BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag Card 2 Home Test is a lateral flow immunoassay intended for the qualitative detection of nucleocapsid protein antigen from SARS-CoV-2 in direct anterior nasal (nares) swabs from individuals with or without symptoms or other epidemiological reasons to suspect COVID-19 infection when tested twice over three days with at least 36 hours between tests. This test is authorized for non-prescription home use with self-collected observed direct anterior nasal (nares) swab samples from individuals aged 15 years or older or adult collected anterior nasal swab samples from individuals aged two years or older. The BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag Card 2 Home Test is to be performed only with the supervision of a telehealth proctor.


All about the NEW myWW+

Last year, we brought you myWW —our most customized program ever. After all, when it comes to losing weight, everyone’s needs are different : What works well for your sister, coworker, or best friend may not work as well for you. Now, we’re taking personalization to the next level.

See myWW+ in action

What is myWW+ ?


We know there’s a connection between weight-loss and healthy eating, but that’s not the complete picture. myWW+ looks at several elements to bring you a holistic approach to losing weight .

myWW+ is about helping you get healthier and feel better .

It starts with a brand new personal assessment, where we get to know your food preferences, activity level, sleep habits, lifestyle, and more. At the end, you’ll get a personalized action plan with insight into your overall wellness . We’ll identify the areas where you’re strong and where you could use a boost, so you can focus on the elements that will matter most along your journey.

Learn more about the new features

Discover +Food

Discover +Activity

Discover +Mindset

Discover +Sleep


If you're new to WW , you'll be matched with a food plan that's right for you— Green , Blue , or Purple —as well as a list of ZeroPoint™ foods —ones that you don’t have to weigh or count (Think fruits, veggies, lentils, salmon, chicken, and potatoes, depending on your color). Plan no longer working for your lifestyle? Just switch !

If you're a current member , myWW+ will give you new ways and new tools designed to make your weight-loss journey easier. We took the program you know and love, and made it even more personalized to you.

  • NEW “What's in Your Fridge” meal planner that suggests dishes using what you have on hand

  • NEW in-depth progress report and weekly check in that measures your weekly success on and off the scale

  • NEW upgraded activity dashboard with a new way to view your FitPoints that helps you move more and find workouts you love

  • NEW! 5-Minute Coaching tool that delivers bite-sized behavior change techniques for your busy life

  • NEW! Personalized recipes with ideas based on what you like to eat and how many SmartPoints® you have left

  • NEW science-backed sleep tools help you get a good night’s sleep every night

How do I take the myWW+ personal assessment?


By answering in-depth questions about your habits, lifestyle, and goals, we’ll give you a view of your overall wellness and a personalized starting point for your wellness journey.

To take WW's personal assessment, click here . If you’re already a WW member, you can take it, too!

What research went into myWW+ ?


The myWW+ program was nearly three years in the making. We took the myWW program you know and love and added new tools designed to make weight loss easier. By making the program even more personalized, myWW+ provides more accountability and more support than ever before.

How does the myWW + food plan work?

Each color has a unique balance of SmartPoints and ZeroPoint ™ foods:

Green has a sizable SmartPoints Budget and 100+ ZeroPoint foods (fruits and non-starchy veggies).

Blue has a moderate SmartPoints Budget and 200+ ZeroPoint foods (fruits, veggies, and lean proteins).

Purple has a modest SmartPoints Budget and 300+ ZeroPoint foods (fruits, veggies, lean proteins, and whole grains).


Plenty! By combining your SmartPoints Budget with your ZeroPoint foods, you'll always have tons of options. Want some meal ideas to get you started? We've got 20 of our members' favorite recipes right here .

Which approach will help me lose the most weight?

After two-plus years of research and extensive testing with over 20,000 members around the globe, we learned that members on Green, Blue, and Purple achieved equal and consistent weight losses.

No color is better than another—they're just flexible in different ways.

Some people find a long list of ZeroPoint foods works best for them. Others would rather have more SmartPoints to spend. The one that’s best is the one that gives you the most flexibility, because that's the one that will be the most livable for you.

Can I switch colors if I want to?


Absolutely! But we recommend giving it two weeks before you make a change. That’s how long it can take to get used to a whole new way of eating and understand whether your color fits your lifestyle and if it will help you meet your goals. If you decide that switching is what’s best for you, you can do it anytime right in the app. Go to the home screen and tap on the profile icon in the top right corner. Then tap the settings icon (top right corner) and select "Food settings" and then "Food plan."


How to Smoke a Brisket on a Grill

With all the boasting and bragging that goes on among serious barbecue enthusiasts, you𠆝 think that knowing how to cook brisket on a grill would be impossibly complicated. In truth, while smoked brisket requires more hands-on attention than braising it in the oven or slow cooker, you don’t have to be a certified pit-master to do it. Our Texans&apos Beef Brisket recipe walks you through the process. In general, this is the process to smoke brisket.

Prep Wood Chips

Place 1 to 2 cups wood chips and enough water to cover them in a container let soak at least 1 hour before grilling. Drain before using.

Test Kitchen Tip: Soaking wood chips in apple juice, beer, or even wine will add another layer of flavor, if desired.

Prep the Brisket and the Grill and Cook

Sprinkle a dry rub evenly over the brisket rub in with your fingers.

For a charcoal grill: Arrange medium-hot coals around a drip pan. Fill pan with 1 inch of hot water. Add wood chunks to coals. Test for medium-low heat above drip pan. Place brisket, fat-side down, on grill rack over pan. Cover and smoke according to your recipe or 4 to 5 hours until brisket reaches 185ଏ to 190ଏ and is tender. Turn once halfway through smoking. Add additional coals and water as needed to maintain temperature and moisture. Do not add more wood after the first 2 hours of smoking.

For a gas grill: Preheat grill. Reduce heat to medium. Adjust for indirect cooking. Add wood chunks according to manufacturer directions. Place brisket on a rack in a roasting pan place pan on a grill rack over burner that is turned off. Add 1 inch of water to a drip pan set pan on grill rack directly over heat. Cover and smoke as directed.

Let Brisket Stand and Serve

Remove brisket from grill. Cover with foil and let stand 15 minutes. To serve, thinly slice brisket across the grain and pass your favorite sauce.

You don’t need a smoker to smoke a brisket as long as your gas or charcoal grill has a lid, it should work for smoking. However, if you have one of these special cookers, here’s how to cook brisket in a smoker.


North Huntingdon church taking food distribution to new level

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Phyllis Karasek watched as Calvary Church volunteers stacked 30 boxes of non-perishable food in her garage on Friday, a temporary holding spot until she could deliver the boxes of groceries to her fellow residents of West Hempfield Townhouses in Hempfield.

&ldquoIt&rsquos is a huge help. We have a lot of people out of work in this complex and we have a lot of families with multiple children,&rdquo said Karasek, who has been unemployed from her job as a supervisor at the J.C. Penney Co. store at Westmoreland Mall since mid-March. The complex operated by the Westmoreland County Housing Authority has about 50 units.

Taking about 250 boxes of food to Karasek&rsquos complex and to residents of Irwin Manor and residential personal care homes was just part of a massive food distribution effort by Calvary Church of North Huntingdon.

It had the ambitious goal of giving 1,000 boxes of food to needy residents in the Norwin area. Throughout the day, residents &mdash those who had registered and those who had not &mdash were able to drive up to the church parking lot along Pennsylvania Avenue and get a box of food.

&ldquoWe&rsquore giving them a little bit of help at a difficult time,&rdquo said Nick Poole, church pastor.

Calvary Church usually provides 50 boxes of food to needy families on Fridays. But they decided two weeks ago to try to give way 20 times as many on the first Friday of the month.

They got enough food from the Westmoreland County Food Bank in Delmont to fill 1,000 boxes, Poole said. The challenge was to separate the food into carry-out boxes, which they had hoped to finish by Friday afternoon.

The church had raised enough money and food donations to pack 250 boxes of food that they acquired on their own, Poole said. That enabled some people to get an extra box. They also were able to give the recipients a $25 food voucher to a Giant Eagle supermarket.

&ldquoIt&rsquos been amazing how the church and the (Norwin) community has rallied around this effort,&rdquo Poole said.

One of the challenges in getting the food to people in need was getting the word out, Poole said.

Amber Beck, who oversees Calvary Church&rsquos Calvary Cares food distribution, could not be reached for comment Friday night on how many boxes of food were distributed.

Realizing the state is starting to lift some of the coronavirus restrictions on the economy, Poole said they were focusing their efforts on &ldquoone big push to get us to the finish line.&rdquo

Karasek is hoping that Poole&rsquos prediction regarding the end of the economic shutdown being near is correct.

&ldquoWe&rsquore looking forward to getting back to work,&rdquo she said.

Joe Napsha is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Joe at 724-836-5252, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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Meet Certified Life Coach Marlene Boas

Marlene has a PhD in psychology and is nationally board certified as a life coach. She has spent her career helping people set and achieve goals and deal with setbacks. And now she’s ready to inspire, motivate, and energize Billy, Jane, and you as you all work on transforming how you manage your type 2 diabetes. Please talk to your health care provider if you are having trouble managing your diabetes.

5 Steps to Help Set You Up for Success

Starting a type 2 diabetes management plan can feel overwhelming. Watch Marlene Boas, a life coach with a PhD in psychology, as she shares her 5 steps to help you set yourself up for success.

5 Steps to Help Set You Up for Success

Starting a type 2 diabetes management plan can feel overwhelming. Watch Marlene Boas, a life coach with a PhD in psychology, as she shares her 5 steps to help you set yourself up for success.

5 Steps to Overcoming Setbacks

Don’t let a setback get you off course. Watch Marlene Boas, a life coach with a PhD in psychology, share her 5 steps to help you overcome setbacks and get back on track with managing your type 2 diabetes.

5 Steps to Overcoming Setbacks

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Paper Bag Speed Dating: Taking Blind Dates To Another Level

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A new style of matchmaking has put some mystery back into finding the perfect mate.

As CBS2’s Tracee Carrasco reported, paper bag speed dating is the polar opposite of love at first sight. It is, in fact, a blind date in the most literal sense.

And while it is a little awkward, “Paper Bag Speed Dating” is the newest way New York City singles are looking for love.

“I thought it would be a cool way to meet some new people,” one participant said.

“It’s hard to find and meet people organically anymore,” said another, Monica Siu.

By covering up their faces, organizers hope these potential matches can focus on the person rather than what they look like.

“We usually go looks first and then personality, so this is kind of cool to mix it up,” said participant Adam Franscisco.

“I think there’s so much more to people than just what you see, judging a book by its cover,” said participant Sandy Yu.

The singles go on several two-minute speed dates, and after that, they will decide if they made any connections.

“I had a good time and I enjoyed talking to every single one of the girls,” a participant said.

And after the big reveal, some may not have hit it off. But they said it was worth it.

“They came here, they put their heart out there, and if you don’t find love, you might as well make a friend,” said participant Ignacyo Matynia.

The Paper Bag Speed Dating event was set up to promote an app, Loveflutter, which showcases verbal descriptions of potential dates rather than pictures.


Local hospitals having a hard time with ICU bed capacity and staffing amid new COVID-19 surge

Currently, travel nurses are in high demand as the state and other parts of the country see an increase in new coronavirus cases.

PHOENIX - Officials with two Arizona hospitals say both institutions areਊnticipating a dark winter ahead amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,ਊnd it comes down to one thing: staffing for sick patients.

"We may have physical beds that are open, but we need to have the clinical team that’s able to manage those patients if we have them in a bed," said Dr. Michael White, Chief Clinical Officer Valleywise Health.

The ICU capacity is at 90% at Valleywise Medical Center. The facility has three ICU beds left, but six more that will sit empty because they don’t have enough trained nurses.

"We just need to have the right qualified healthcare team members available. Nursing bedside staff to be able to care for those patients at the appropriate level of care," said Dr. White.

Hospitals typically look for trained and specialized travel nurses to provide care, and those are now tough to find.

"We have been able to secure a few travel nurses, we have not had any recently retired as of yet," said Dr. White.

At Banner, it’s the same issue. They’ve been able to get 1,000 staffers from out of state.

"We are recruiting for 900 more," saidꂺnner Health Chief Clinical Officer਍r. Marjorie Bessel.

The problem is happening across the country.

"In a normal winter of surge, there might be 14,000 positions posted to secure external labor. Last week, there were 20,000 posted," said Dr. Bessel.

Pulling nurses from other hospital floors to help in the ICU is already happening. Banner believes their hospital system will hit 125% bed capacity on Dec.਄. Then, there is a worst-case scenario:ਊsymptomatic but COVID-positive staff possibly working.

"It would be one of our last types of maneuvers we𠆝 undertake, but it is something we’re aware of that we will do if we need to at the appropriate time, and hope we don’t get to that point," said Dr. Bessel.

Nurse reacts to staffing situation

"I have never seen a virus disease that is so unpredictable and overwhelming," said Laura Enright, who has worked as a nurse for 17 years.

Enright worked her last day at Abrazo a little more than a week ago. She is now򠯬oming a nursing instructor, after working the ICU frontlines not only in Arizona, but also in Detroit.

Enright says the pandemic has takenਊ physical and emotional toll on healthcare workers.

"They are tired. It is hard work caring for these COVID patients. Being a nurse and a physician and a nurse practitioner and a PA, they&aposre in a real challenging field, but right, now after going through the peak we had in July, people are tired," said Enright.

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On CoronavirusNOW.com, you&aposllਏind extensive coverage about COVID-19, including breaking news from around the country, exclusive interviews with health officials, and informative content from a variety of public health resources.

COVID-19 symptoms

Symptoms for coronavirus COVID-19 include fever, coughing, and shortness of breath. These, of course, are similar to the common cold and flu. 

Expect a common cold to start out with a sore or scratchy throat, cough, runny and/or stuffy nose. Flu symptoms are more intense and usually come on suddenly, and can include a high fever. 

Symptoms of COVID-19 may appear more slowly. They usually include fever, a dry cough and noticeable shortness of breath, according to the World Health Organization. A minority of cases develop pneumonia, and the disease is especially worrisome for the elderly and those with other medical problems such as high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes or heart conditions.

COVID-19 resources

Why social distancing can save lives amid COVID-19 pandemic

Social distancing is not only about preventing the illness itself, but rather, slowing the rate at which people get sick.&nbsp