US President Donald Trump dictated a statement, later shown to be misleading, in which his son Donald Trump Jr said a meeting he had with a Russian lawyer in June last year was not related to his father’s presidential campaign, the Washington Post reported on Monday.
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These fresh rolls have been around for years, and in Vietnam they are fresher than you can imagine—even the rice paper is made from scratch. In the U.S., they're one of the most popular Vietnamese dishes you can find (other than pho), and with good reason. In the hotter seasons especially, there’s something irresistible about their freshness Muay thai.
- Jul 10 Fri 2015 11:32
Author Notes: This recipe was adapted from a recipe published in Food & Wine for catfish sandwiches. It is a real crowd pleaser - even those who claim they hate catfish end up getting up for seconds. It is also great for a dinner party - it looks like the dish takes more effort than it actually does and catfish is quite economical compared to other fish.
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Recently Safeway invited me to visit a watermelon grower, Perry & Sons. Safeway has been working with Perry & Sons for 60 years and wanted to put a draw attention to their commitment to local growers Tape replacement. I learned a lot about watermelon, enjoyed some lovely watermelon cuisine but to be honest, I was a little disappointed. The watermelon I took home was a seedless variety and it lacked the depth of flavor and sweetness of a seeded watermelon. It was good, just not as sweet as I would have liked.
- Jun 19 Thu 2014 13:28
Sit in the blue afternoon, flipping through the years to write the diary, pen marks painted those confused, and so clear. Between negligence, disorganized gap I put the Buddha saw my future because there is no sunlight has been in the dark! Sunset, or disappear in the furthest hills, the sky the morning calm restored, if not personally see the sun from rising to falling, who knows this autumn under blue light was across a beautiful arc?
- Mar 20 Thu 2014 12:28
I’d like to apologize, firstly, for my longer than usual absence here. We have been eking out as much as we can from this summer (the hottest on record so far I’ve heard!). That means spending our precious weekends and holidays in search of a cool body of water in which to immerse ourselves. Now that little C has grown to be quite the beach bum that also includes finding a sandy shore where she can busy herself with her pails and shovels. Cocktails, ice cold beers, seafood, a hot grill, and (of course) great company were also on the agenda.
- Mar 03 Mon 2014 10:55
If I could have just one stock in my freezer it would be ham stock. In the face of storm, famine, emergency in-law dinners, or a surprise horde of hungry soccer-buddies, this is the stuff I would like to call on to make magic with plain pantry staples.
- Feb 13 Thu 2014 17:10
My mother had a peculiar habit when she cooked for us when I was a child. She would fixate on a dish and this is what she would cook for us for days on end. I have no clue to this day why she did this. Perhaps her pleasure at her successes led her to try and prolong it for as much as she could. Maybe she figured that practice makes perfect. Maybe my voracious appetite for anything she placed in front of me made her believe that she couldn’t stop making whatever it was, for the love of her dear daughter.
- Jan 10 Fri 2014 11:21
Talla, a Cambridge, Mass. startup, wants to help companies ease into artificial intelligence, and they have come up with a new service assistant bot that gives companies whatever degree of intelligence-fueled power they are looking for.
The tool, called ServiceAssistant, works as an IT or HR help desk inside of Slack or Microsoft Teams and gives customers a few options on how to use it. First of all, you can run it like a traditional service desk. The user sends requests through ServiceAssistant where it gets processed and answered by a human.
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When Slack implemented threaded conversations, it seemed like the holy grail for internal communications. Slack finally lets you talk about multiple things in separate conversations. But Slack remains a real-time messaging service at heart, so threads don’t feel native. It works well for many teams, but some companies would prefer something a bit more asynchronous and focused. At the same time, it should be more interactive than emails. That’s why Twist is starting over from scratch and taking a different approach by focusing on threads and borrowing some of Slack’s best ideas reenex cps.
Doist, the company behind popular todo service Todoist has been building Twist for a couple of years and using it for more than a year. Doist is a remote-first company distributed across many time zones with around 50 employees. The company tried Slack, but it didn’t work out.
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