This former Olympian flew to Eugene to open a luxury seafood restaurant for only 10 days

This former Olympian flew to Eugene to open a luxury seafood restaurant for only 10 days

If he were 20 years younger, Michael Stember would have been in Eugene, competing at the World Athletics Championships. Instead, the former Olympian flew in to open a restaurant. Stember, 44, a former Olympian who lives in Washington DC and owns a bar in Brooklyn, has a side hustle hosting spontaneous sushi pop-ups, globe-hopping events … Read more

Unusually fatty katsuo fish may foreshadow climate change and threaten the future of Japan’s sushi

Unusually fatty katsuo fish may foreshadow climate change and threaten the future of Japan’s sushi

For half a century, Takeo Nakajo has been catching katsuo, or skipjack tuna—indispensable in Japanese cuisine whether eaten raw, dried or used as a base for the broth. But he and other fishermen in Kure, in Kochi prefecture in south-west Japan, have seen something worrying in the past two years — an unprecedented number of … Read more

Frozen fish exports rebound, hit 6-year high

Frozen fish exports rebound, hit 6-year high

Frozen fish exports from Bangladesh rebounded and a hit six-year high in the just concluded fiscal year powered by an increase in the price of black tiger shrimp and freshwater prawn farmed in the Southern coastal region. Exporters fetched $532 million by shipping frozen fish abroad in fiscal 2021-22, posting growth of 12 per cent … Read more

Marriages | Mt. Airy News

Marriages | Mt. Airy News

July 15, 2022 Normally a sedate affair, Monday evening’s meeting of the Surry County planning board was this week anything but. Residents of Sheltontown came out in force to express their desire to block a rezoning request on Westfield Road from Teramore Development. Teramore sounds familiar because around these parts the firm is known for … Read more

Where can you score a free or cheap scoop?

Where can you score a free or cheap scoop?

You may not have felt like eating fries on National French Fry Day in steamy weather earlier this week, but National Ice Cream Day, which falls on Sunday, may be more palatable. According to Cincinnati-based retail data firm 84.51°, the ice cream flavor most Americans scream for is chocolate, which got 36% of the vote, … Read more

Global Dental Floss Market to Reach 788.55 million by 2028 | Shapeshifting Microbots to Change the Face of Dental Industry

Global Dental Floss Market to Reach 788.55 million by 2028 | Shapeshifting Microbots to Change the Face of Dental Industry

Global dental floss market was valued at $551.89 million in 2021, and it is expected to reach a value of $788.55 million by 2028, at a CAGR of 5.23% over the forecast period (2022–2028). /EIN News/ — Westford, USA, July 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Caries, also known as cavities, are permanent damage to the … Read more

Hidden and Underground Bars in Downtown Phoenix and How to Find Them

Hidden and Underground Bars in Downtown Phoenix and How to Find Them

Summers in Phoenix are undeniably hot, with black asphalt absorbing the radiant sun and emanating unnecessary warmth, leaving people seeking a cool respite from the beaming rays. Luckily, in downtown Phoenix, amid the buzz of construction-induced traffic and confusing one-way streets, there are plenty of places to chill. But some spots are decidedly off the … Read more

Grilled Corn with Cayenne, Lime, and Cotija

Grilled Corn with Cayenne, Lime, and Cotija

The stateside arises in popularity of Mexican street corn, or elote, is completely understandable (and frankly, long overdue). After all, there are few better ways to dress grilled corn than slathering it with mayonnaise loaded with cayenne pepper, then rolling it in cotija cheese and squeezing lime juice over it. After grilling the corn, simply … Read more