The Pizza Principle

The Pizza Principle, sometimes known as the Pizza-Subway Connection, is a historically accurate economic law in New York City. Propose by native New Yorker, Eric M. Bram, who reported in The New York Times in 1980 that since the early 1960’s the price of a slice of pizza has matched the the cost of a New York subway ride.

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Sushi Ken

Sushi Ken is in Newnan, Georgia at 1067 Bullsboro Drive, in the same parking lot as Walmart and Hobby Lobby. It serves Japanese, Sushi and Poke Bowls. They are open for inside dining, all employees were wearing masks and they check the customers temperatures before seating. Sushi Ken is open 11am to 2pm – 4:30pm to 9pm Mon – Thurs, 11am to 2pm – 4:30 to 10 pm Fri, Noon to 10pm Sat and Noon to 9pm Sundays.

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What does “Divided” mean in a recipe?

I consider myself a pretty fair cook. I’ve cooked some all my life, but when I hurt my foot, and couldn’t get around very well, I subscribed to the service “HelloFresh“. They send you everything you need to cook meals included a nice cardstock recipe. No recipe they sent me, none that I’ve found in a book or online ever had the term “Divided” until today.

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Salisbury Steak

I recently bought a frozen meal of Salisbury Steaks, 6 of them in brown gravy, at Aldi. They are delicious, just as I remember from many years ago when I last had one, maybe in a TV Dinner, probably 40 years ago. It got me to wondering, what exactly is a Salisbury Steak?

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