Why you should trust usSenior editor Christine Cyr Clisset, who wrote our original guide to immersion blenders, has spent hundreds of hours for Wirecutter researching, testing, and writing about kitchen gadgets that whirl, cut, and chop. That includes writing our original guides to food processors and blenders. Before that she was a cookbook editor at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. Kitchen staff writer Michael Sullivan, who contributed to our 2016 update, has reviewed everything from wine glasses to toaster ovens for Wirecutter. He is a graduate of The International Culinary Center, where he also worked as an editor. He previously worked as a recipe tester for the cookbook Meat: Everything You Need to Know. Sharon Franke, who worked on our 2018 update, tested and wrote about kitchen equipment at the Good Housekeeping Institute for more than 30 years. Before that she spent seven years wielding a knife and wrangling pots and pans as a professional chef in restaurants in New York … [Read more...] about The best immersion blender
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As we start April so does a new season of anime begin, with this one slated to have over 40 shows airing in Japan. So to help cut through the information overload, we’ve culled the new season down to seven series that should appeal both to anime fans and to newcomers. Most of these shows are available for viewing internationally a day after they air in Japan, thanks to streaming services like Crunchyroll, Funimation, Netflix, and Amazon. If you like superhero action and satire One-Punch Man (Season 2) Saitama is the most powerful superhero in the world, able to defeat anything or anyone with a single punch, but nobody knows who he is. When he’s not being a superhero for fun, he spends most days alone in his apartment, planning for the next sale at the market. Eventually, he’s coaxed into joining the Superhero Association, and given the lowest ranking, despite some of the most powerful S-ranked heroes recognizing his strength. The first season of One-Punch Man aired … [Read more...] about Seven new anime series to watch this spring
MIRAMAR, Fla. — Unless you are a Florida State University football fan, chances are you have never heard of the newest Democratic candidate for president -- but Wayne Messam is hoping to quickly change that. The mayor of Miramar, Florida, Messam announced Thursday that he is joining the crowded field seeking to unseat President Donald Trump in next year’s election. Messam, who played for the Seminoles in the 1990s, believes Miramar has much that the rest of the United States would like to have -- environmentally-friendly development, high-end manufacturing and major corporate operations. The 44-year-old construction company owner also knows why pundits say he won’t win: low name recognition and funding; no sitting mayor has ever won the presidency; his lack of political experience and more. But he is quick to respond with why he can. Why does he have to be governor or a senator first? Trump wasn’t. Who says mayors don’t have the necessary … [Read more...] about Miramar, Florida, mayor declares Democratic presidential bid
According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple News Plus is bringing you over 300 premium newspapers and high-quality digital magazines in the Apple News app for just a one-time fee. Apple News Plus uniqueness is its personalization, protecting your privacy which means advertisers cannot monitor your online activities. other perks include the all-you-can-read feature which means you are not going to have to pay for the 300 magazines individually.Apple News Plus Cost The Appl News Plus costs $9.99 per month with access to premium digital newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Wired, and National Geographic. Apple News Plus Newspapers List We have downloaded iOS 12.2, searched the newspapers and magazine list of Apple News Plus thoroughly to find out which newspapers and magazines are listed in Apple News Plus. We have compiled the list of 271 titles below and removed any duplications in the different categories of Apple – for example, there are many similarities in … [Read more...] about Apple News Plus Newspapers List, Cost, and Release Date
Technology You already can grab lunch without talking to a cashier. Will a higher minimum wage in Illinois prompt more automation? By ALEXIA ELEJALDE-RUIZ AND LAUREN ZUMBACH Chicago Tribune ORDER REPRINT → February 19, 2019 12:00 AM Illinois considers increasing minimum wage to $15 State Rep. Will Guzzardi toured the state to learn more about what for workers struggling in low-wage jobs. He talked to many SEIU Healthcare members about the work they love and how they struggle to provide for their families. By Up Next × SHARE State Rep. Will Guzzardi toured the state to learn more about what for workers struggling in low-wage jobs. He talked to many SEIU Healthcare members about the work they love and how they struggle to provide for their families. By CHICAGO If you’re the anti-social type, automation has made life a bit easier. You can grab lunch, groceries or movie … [Read more...] about You already can grab lunch without talking to a cashier. Will a higher minimum wage in Illinois prompt more automation?