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CMCO delivery: Buy these soft, creamy salted eggs from Batu Arang's Happy Duck Free Range Eggs to support the elderly and disabled

You get soft, creamy yolks with a little oil for the salted eggs from Happy Duck Free Range Eggs — Pictures by Lee Khang Yi Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest updates on news you need to know. KUALA LUMPUR, April 28 — When it comes to salted …
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Food And Beverage Stores Industry Trends Include Wide-Usage Of Self-Checkout Technology


Food And Beverage Stores Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery To 2030

The Business Research Company’s Food And Beverage Stores Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact and Recovery to 2030

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, April 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Our reports have been revised for market size, forecasts, and strategies to take on 2021 after the COVID-19 impact: https://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/global-market-reports

Self-checkout technology is being widely used in department stores, specialty stores, and small convenience stores to automate payments. Self-checkout systems are integrated with a mobile software application to collect purchase data and to automatically receive payment. They make use of Near Field Communication (NFC) or a quick response code (QR code), which is a machine-readable optical label. This eliminates the need for checkouts, queues, loading and unloading and employees to operate the checkout counter. This type of automation reduces operational costs and saves the time spent on manual billing. Self-checkout systems are being used extensively by retail stores in the USA and the UK. For instance, according to a survey on self-service checkouts of multiple countries found 90% of respondents use self-checkouts, of which Australia and Italy were leading. Wal-Mart has installed 10000 self-checkout systems in its 1200 stores across the USA. Thus, self-checkouts are among key food and beverage stores industry trends.

The food business market consists of sales of food and beverages and related services by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that retail food and beverages merchandise, from fixed point-of-sale locations. This retail industry includes grocery stores, specialty food stores, convenience stores and beer, wine and liquor stores.

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The Making of Cure’s Sazerac

At most bars, signature cocktails are the product of constant evolution. Subtle tweaks typically alter the formula little by little over the years. At New Orleans’ Cure, the evolution of the house Sazerac began well before the bar opened in 2009, and was solidified by 2010. The recipe hasn’t changed since.

“To find where Cure’s Sazerac begins, you can go back pre-Cure,” says owner Neal Bodenheimer. Not necessarily all the way back to the murky late-19th-century origins of the NOLA classic, but Bodenheimer waves in the general direction of the cocktail renaissance of the mid-aughts.

In particular, the version Bodenheimer views as the starting point is bartender Chris McMillian’s take, served at The Ritz-Carlton in 2007: two ounces of rye, plus a sugar cube muddled with a splash of water and Peychaud’s bitters, presented in a glass rinsed with Herbsaint or Pernod.

This was the version that Bodenheimer used as his master recipe when he relocated from New York to New Orleans that same year. He recalls offering this interpretation to his guests at The Delachaise, a wine bar and bistro, with an optional orange peel garnish—a personal choice he preferred—though lemon peel was the traditional finishing touch. And this version would become the starting point for what—after many, many R&D sessions—would become the house Sazerac at Cure.

Cure opened in 2009, but the “Cure Collective,” a group of bartenders including Bodenheimer, Kirk Estopinal, Ricky Gomez, Danny Valdéz, Rhiannon Enlil, Maks Pazuniak and Turk Dietrich, began dissecting the drink long before the doors ever opened to the public.

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With stakes at a high, Golden Knights set to clash with Avalanche

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Vegas Golden Knights left wing Max Pacioretty (67) scores the winning goal as Colorado Avalanche defenseman Devon Toews’ (7) stick breaks and Avalanche goaltender Philipp Grubauer (31) reaches for the puck in overtime of their NHL hockey game in Denver, Saturday, March 27, 2021.

The Golden Knights’ Jonathan Marchessault isn’t afraid to talk about the importance of tonight’s game.

Vegas is in first place of the West Division by four points with the visiting Colorado Avalanche right on its heels. There are just nine games left in the Golden Knights season, including two with Colorado to bring extra significance to the highly anticipated contest. Puck drop is at 6:30 p.m. and televised on NBCSN.

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Push on to get more Latinos vaccinated against COVID-19

Wade Vandervort

A person receives the COVID-19 vaccination at UNLV, Monday, April 5, 2021.

Public health officials are continuing their push to get Latinos vaccinated against COVID-19 with a telethon Thursday.

The Spanish-language “Vacunatón” (Vaccination Hotline) special on the local Telemundo affiliate will invite viewers to call in between 5 and 7 p.m. to ask questions, hear from community leaders and get help scheduling a vaccination.

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Las Vegas tourism, airport, casinos show rebound from the pandemic

Steve Marcus

A gambler shoots dice at a craps table on the Mohegan Sun casino floor during the grand opening of Virgin Hotels Las Vegas Thursday, March 25, 2021.

Las Vegas is bouncing back to pre-coronavirus pandemic levels, with new economic reports showing increases in airport passengers and tourism, and a big jump in a key index showing that casinos statewide took in $1 billion in winnings last month for the first time since February 2020.

“I don’t believe anyone imagined this level of gaming win,” Michael Lawton, senior Nevada Gaming Control Board analyst, said of a Tuesday report showing 452 full-scale casinos in the state reported house winnings at the highest total since February 2013.

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Golden Knights' trust in Nicolas Roy fuels his rise

Jeff Roberson / AP

Vegas Golden Knights’ Nicolas Roy in action during a game against the St. Louis Blues Saturday, March 13, 2021, in St. Louis.

A half of a second is an eternity in a hockey game. 

That’s the difference between scoring and not scoring, taking the puck away or having a defender go by you — the difference, basically between a good game and bad one.

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ITFirms Unveils the List of Top Mobile App Development Companies in Australia


The list of best mobile developers in Australia is out for review – ITFirms.

UNITED STATES, April 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- These days, mobile app development companies are directing their efforts to optimize data usage and understanding what their users are likely to look for in their apps following the principle of sustainable app development. Companies enter into the market with their MVPs to fetch quick feedback from the target audience, add in some tweaks, and make it sustainable for the future. They update their apps to keep them relevant in the context of the current needs of the target market and respond smoothly to the technological changes as they occur.

Clients wish to have a service that suits their real needs. Businesses serve by filling the gaps in their existing services and resolve any significant issues immediately. It becomes the foundation of any relevant app development process making for a more viable and effective overhaul. ITFirms selects best mobile app development companies in Australia:

1. Nine Hertz
2. Green Apex Technolabs
3. Digit Bazar
4. Whitelion Infosystems
5. Next Big Technology
6. Genolis
7. Team in India
8. Flynk
9. Seguro Technologies
10. Pattronize InfoTech

Find a comprehensive list of mobile app development companies in Australia here: https://www.itfirms.co/top-mobile-app-development-companies-australia/

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Publisher pulls Philip Roth bio, cuts ties with author

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This cover image released by W.W. Norton shows “Philip Roth: The Biography,” by Blake Bailey.

NEW YORK — The publisher of a highly anticipated and widely discussed biography of Philip Roth is pulling the book and cutting ties with author Blake Bailey, who faces multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault. W.W. Norton and Company previously released Bailey's memoir “The Splendid Things We Planned.”

“Norton is permanently putting out of print our editions of ‘Philip Roth: The Biography’ and ‘The Splendid Things We Planned,’ Blake Bailey’s 2014 memoir,” the publisher announced Tuesday. “Mr. Bailey will be free to seek publication elsewhere if he chooses. In addition, Norton will make a donation in the amount of the book advance for ‘Philip Roth: The Biography’ to organizations that fight against sexual assault or harassment and work to protect survivors.”

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Fear, lack of funding hurt census in Sun Belt, advocates say

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Even with the population increase in Arizona being among one of the fastest-growing states during the last decade, its 7.1 million population, especially in the Phoenix area shown here, the increase was not enough to give the state a 10th congressional seat announced by the Census Bureau Monday, April 26, 2021.

AUSTIN, Texas — According to the new census, the booming Sun Belt isn’t booming quite like the experts thought.

Population counts released Monday came as a shock to many demographers and politicians who expected to see growth that could add numerous congressional seats to a region that’s apparently been gaining people rapidly all decade. Instead, the census found more modest growth that added only three seats total in Florida and Texas. Arizona, the second-fastest growing state in 2010, didn’t add a seat at all.

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The Hamburglar? How a story about meat limits fell apart

Charlie Neibergall / AP

In this Sept. 21, 2019, file photo when former Vice President Joe Biden was running for president, Biden works the grill during the Polk County Democrats Steak Fry in Des Moines, Iowa. President Joe Biden spent only a weekend as the “Hamburglar” in the conservative media world, but the incident illustrated the speed at which a false and damaging story can spread. The Daily Mail wrote about things that could potentially be in a Biden climate change plan, and cited an academic study that mentioned reductions in greenhouse gases that could be achieved with limits on beef consumption.

NEW YORK  — President Joe Biden spent only a weekend as the “Hamburglar” in the conservative media world.

But while the false story lasted, it moved with a damaging speed and breadth, another example of a closed ecosystem of information affecting public opinion.

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Outdoor mask guidance echoes what many Americans already do

John Locher / AP

Masked and unmasked pedestrians walk across Las Vegas Boulevard, Tuesday, April 27, 2021, in Las Vegas. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eased its guidelines Tuesday on the wearing of masks outdoors, saying fully vaccinated Americans don’t need to cover their faces anymore unless they are in a big crowd of strangers.

In the small Nebraska town of Oxford, the school district dropped its mask mandate last month in what was a fairly straight-forward decision: Cases were down dramatically, and it didn't bother local officials that their move flouted Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.

Those federal mask guidelines just didn’t seem to fit local conditions well in the town of about 800 people where hardly anyone wears a mask.

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What to watch during Biden's first big speech to Congress

Andrew Harnik / AP

In this April 8, 2021, file photo President Joe Biden gestures as he speaks about gun violence prevention in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington. Biden will mark his 100th day in office on Thursday, April 29.

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is putting the finishing touches on his first address to a joint session of Congress, a prime-time speech on Wednesday night on the eve of his 100th day in office. Biden will use the speech before lawmakers and a broader viewing audience to talk about what he's accomplished in the opening months of his presidency, and lay out his other domestic and foreign policy priorities.


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Harris takes on 'hard work' in 100 days as vice president

Carolyn Kaster / AP

In this Jan. 20, 2021, file photo President-elect Joe Biden congratulates Vice President Kamala Harris after she was sworn in during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Biden will mark his 100th day in office on Thursday, April 29.

WASHINGTON — When President Joe Biden named Kamala Harris as his running mate, there were whispers about her ambition — would a former rival be a loyal soldier to a president she so sharply criticized on the campaign trail?

Fueling those whispers was their relationship — while cordial, it was initially not particularly close.

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Earth Day Champions: UK Introduces world’s largest American white oak repository and genome mapping study with Maker’s Mark® – American Whiskey News

Earth Day Champions: UK Introduces world’s largest American white oak repository and genome mapping study with Maker’s Mark® 

LORETTO, Ky., (April 22, 2021) – This Earth Day 2021, the University of Kentucky is proud to announce the establishment of the world’s largest repository of American white oak as part of their groundbreaking effort with Maker’s Mark® to conserve, explore and secure the future of American white oak. The massive effort at Star Hill Farm, home to the iconic Maker’s Mark Distillery, represents the most comprehensive natural range of white oak to date anywhere in the world. The American white oak repository is part of a larger mission to transform the conservation of a species critical to many American industries, including Kentucky bourbon, and to prioritize the present and future of forests and rivers.

UK Department of Forestry and Natural Resources tree improvement specialist Laura DeWald is leading a project collecting more than 300 unique families of white oak from across the United States to plant at Star Hill Farm. The first planting took place on April 15, successive plantings over the next several years will result in the largest single white oak genetic repository in the United States. This repository will provide the foundation for research and tree improvement to address current and future threats to white oak trees and the millions of acres of forests they dominate. It will also support white oak-dependent industries that contribute billions of dollars to rural and urban economies across the region.

This American white oak repository is the second phase of an unparalleled collaboration between UK and Maker’s Mark, which also includes the world’s first comprehensive effort to map the white oak genome. Working with Maker’s Mark and the cooperage Independent Stave Company, the UK team is studying the genetics of the mother tree, called “MM1” at the Star Hill Farm, which is one of the oldest white oaks in Kentucky. It has been exposed to incredible climate variations and is estimated to be 300 to 500 years old. Data from this study will give UK, ISC and Maker’s Mark information about the longevity, disease resistance and vitality that American white oak can offer to the bourbon industry and beyond.

“We have lost or are fast losing some of our most valuable tree species in the U.S. such as ash, chestnut and elm due to disease and pests,” said Seth DeBolt, Beam Institute director. “This collaboration, the combination of the white oak genetic fingerprint and the germplasm planted solely at Star Hill Farm, will allow us to prepare for any future risk to this organism. In simple terms, if a risk arises, we can look for examples of natural variation within the germplasm that can tolerate new pests or even different climates. Maker’s Mark is absolutely leading the way in the bourbon industry when it comes to looking at the sustainable future of the natural resources used to make bourbon. If other threatened species had this level of support, we would have a huge leg up in protecting our ecosystems.”

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Aberfeldy 28-Year-Old at Milroys of Soho – Scotch Whisky News

Aberfeldy 28-Year-Old

-A Milroy’s Bottling for jazzed –

Tasting Notes
Rich notes of manuka honey, Madagascan vanilla and custard tarts harmonising with a cacophony of kiwi, coconut and pear drops.

About Jazzed
We are thrilled to announce another collaborative whisky bottling with jazzed!

Many of the greatest Jazz legends enjoyed a good scotch; Herbie Hancock appeared on posters for Chivas Regal, and despite being signed by Jack Daniel’s, Frank Sinatra was much fonder of a single malt.

Jazzed is the world’s first app dedicated to jazz, soul and blues where you can listen, watch and read. Explore over 50 hand curated audio-channels. Search and listen to over 10 million tracks, read articles, watch videos and gain exclusive access to jazzed Live, streaming artists from iconic jazz clubs worldwide.

The Event – Live Stream From Jazz Cafe

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AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE: Virginia Distillery Courage & Conviction New Offerings – American Whiskey News

�ƒ AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE: Virginia Distillery Courage & Conviction New Offerings – American Whiskey News

April 28th, 2021

New Expressions of Courage & Conviction: Now Available Nationwide �ƒ

We’re excited to announce that new offerings of Courage & Conviction American Single Malt whisky have arrived for online purchase in Virginia as well as 40+ states through our 3rd party partner.

Courage & Conviction Bourbon CaskCourage & Conviction Cuvée CaskCourage & Conviction Sherry Cask

Each expression is an American Single Malt whisky, aged a minimum of three years on-site at our distillery in Lovingston, Virginia. Get FREE SHIPPING on orders over $100.


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News on the new issue! – Whisky Magazine News

April 28th, 2021

News on the new issue

The latest edition of Whisky Magazine, issue #175, publishes very soon!

This issue looks at how whisky brings us together, what really drives our love of the spirit and how we can keep this community thriving for many years to come. From collecting vintage drams, to shaping the future of those yet to come, this issue examines exactly what makes our whisky family just that – a family.

We’ve also got our usual tempting assortment of tasting reviews of whiskies from around the world, alongside features, interviews, distillery focuses, and more.

We hope you enjoy this issue!

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New Release – The Whiskymaker’s Reserve No. 4 – The Lakes Distillery – English Whisky News

April 28th, 2021

Nestled in the Lake District is a stunning English distillery. The Lake District has long been a crucible for creativity, a place in which the imagination can flourish. The Lakes Distillery was founded here, to take advantage of the creative aura produced by such natural beauty. Every expression from the distillery is influenced by their surroundings and they state that the inspiration of their art is nature.

The Whiskymaker’s Reserve is an artistic exploration of oak and blending. This exploration results in a Single Malt Whisky that is true to their Sherry-led house style, with an experimental twist.

Every bottle of Whiskymaker’s Reserve is individually numbered and the limited nature of these expressions has made them exceptionally popular, with the first three releases selling out fast.

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Whisky Wednesday Reviews Buffalo Trace: A History in Three Glasses~ American Whisky News

April 28th, 2021


Buffalo Trace is a product that is very close to my heart. Bourbon as a whole is, but Buffalo provides me with an extremely fond memory.

This whisky, this distillery, is drenched from head to toe in physical history and almost tells the story of Bourbon perfectly through most of its range.

Harrison Blanton, Albert Blanton, Edmund H. Taylor, George T. Stagg. Let alone the brands they now produce in William Larue Weller and Pappy Van Winkle. The worlds most awarded distillery, a distillery that made me excited about American whisky when I was just starting out, as indeed it should for you.

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