Gift Wraps – Artdeko BG http://artdeko-bg.com/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 09:46:04 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://artdeko-bg.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/artdeko-bg-icon-150x150.jpg Gift Wraps – Artdeko BG http://artdeko-bg.com/ 32 32 This restaurant was voted best of the best in New Jersey https://artdeko-bg.com/this-restaurant-was-voted-best-of-the-best-in-new-jersey/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 20:54:37 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/this-restaurant-was-voted-best-of-the-best-in-new-jersey/ Some of New Jersey’s great attractions and institutions are our restaurants. With over 600 diners here in the Garden State, we are the restaurant capital of the world – OK, maybe just in the United States. I don’t know how many guests there are in India or China. The Patch took the top 37 best […]]]>

Some of New Jersey’s great attractions and institutions are our restaurants. With over 600 diners here in the Garden State, we are the restaurant capital of the world – OK, maybe just in the United States. I don’t know how many guests there are in India or China.

The Patch took the top 37 best restaurants here in the state and held a vote with their criteria and the results were that the famed Summit Diner was voted the best restaurant in New Jersey.

The Summit Dinner is an establishment. It opened in 1928 and began serving a railroad car in 1938. It is the epitome of a Jersey Diner.

I love the history of the restaurant and how they keep the food and atmosphere true to form. Step into the Summit Diner and the atmosphere, smell and feel will take you to the restaurants of the past. It’s literally a walk through history, I love it.

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I’ve made a few trips to the historic restaurant and loved every minute of it.

The Summit Diner is famous for its corned beef hash, which I love and highly recommend. I get it with a few eggs on top. It is very good. The other famous menu item is their Taylor Ham egg and cheese sandwich. Don’t call this roll pork, like I did once and only once, at the Summit Diner. Holy hell broke out as a result of my mistake. At the Summit Diner, they call him Taylor Ham. I don’t care what you call it, the sandwich is exceptional.

Their homemade fries are excellent, the omelettes and pancakes are good. They have a great dinner.

They are open at 5:30 am for business people who want a good breakfast. Make the trip to Summit and enjoy the experience, but don’t ask for a pork sandwich.

The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 weekend host Big Joe Henry. All opinions expressed are those of Big Joe.

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Walk Through Dinosaur Exhibit in Waretown, NJ https://artdeko-bg.com/walk-through-dinosaur-exhibit-in-waretown-nj/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 16:40:25 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/walk-through-dinosaur-exhibit-in-waretown-nj/ It’s a dinosaur summer! With the latest movie “Jurassic Park” (Dominion) already grossing over $600,000,000 at the worldwide box office, prehistoric beasts are going to be hard to avoid this summer. Well, for less than the price of an average movie ticket, you can take your kids on a dinosaur driving adventure in Waretown on […]]]>

It’s a dinosaur summer! With the latest movie “Jurassic Park” (Dominion) already grossing over $600,000,000 at the worldwide box office, prehistoric beasts are going to be hard to avoid this summer.

Well, for less than the price of an average movie ticket, you can take your kids on a dinosaur driving adventure in Waretown on July 9th and 10th.jurassic wonderand it features dinosaurs that move and make noise as you walk past them.

It is billed as both education and entertainment, aimed at children up to 12 years old. The animatronic dinos are COVID-friendly for this driving experience.

The show will take place at Corliss Park Lake and Recreation Area. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Tickets are $12 per car and can be ordered here.

Some of the walking dinosaurs you will encounter include Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Iguanodon, Pteranodon, T-Rex, Carnotaurus, and Velociraptor.

The attraction’s owner, Ted Hill, said on WTOP radio how exposure works:

“Each dinosaur is a metal or stainless steel frame and inside are motors and operational equipment that move them,” Hill said. “When someone stops in front of the dinosaurs, there’s an infrared light that triggers the dinosaurs to move. It roars, makes sounds, eyes move, so for a lot of little kids, it’s the real deal.

The ride takes about 15 minutes, and there’s an audio tour you can listen to on your cell phone to guide you and provide context for what you’re seeing (and hearing).

The views expressed in the above post are those of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Bill Doyle only.

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Fort Salem creator explains how the series could continue after the end of the last season https://artdeko-bg.com/fort-salem-creator-explains-how-the-series-could-continue-after-the-end-of-the-last-season/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 21:23:36 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/fort-salem-creator-explains-how-the-series-could-continue-after-the-end-of-the-last-season/ Don’t start mourning Homeland: Fort Salem just now. Freeform’s alternate history drama about the United States which is a matriarchal society run by witches is ending after season 3but series creator Eliot Laurence tells EW he has ideas for how the series can live on. “Absolutely. It’s one of those things that, I remember when […]]]>

Don’t start mourning Homeland: Fort Salem just now.

Freeform’s alternate history drama about the United States which is a matriarchal society run by witches is ending after season 3but series creator Eliot Laurence tells EW he has ideas for how the series can live on.

“Absolutely. It’s one of those things that, I remember when I first had the idea, it felt like an oil geyser, there’s a lot to talk about in this world and a lot more questions provocative things to ask about the world,” he says. “We’re ending the season with a question that’s almost as provocative as the one that started the whole journey, so I think it could live somewhere else. It could be graphic novels, it could be a lot of things. We have an incredibly passionate fan base. I mean, they’re powerful. They’re a force. So we’ll see what happens.

Laurence hadn’t planned to end the series after Season 3, but was grateful the network let him know ahead of time so he could plan for a satisfying series finale. “I don’t think we were [ready to say goodbye], but that being said, it was a very direct and kind way for the network to give us the news and leave us thinking about how to somehow wrap up this incredibly big story,” says- he.” I think it was handled well, so I’m super grateful for that. But it was a heady experience for sure. But who knows, crazy things could happen.”

Below, Laurence teases the final season, which may have a happy ending, and more.

Taylor Hickson from Motherland Fort Salem Season 3 Premiere

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: When you found out this would be the final season, did that change where you planned to tell the story so you could end it in a satisfying way?

ELIOT LAURENCE: Yes, we had to speed up some things that were still in progress and move them forward faster. But it turned out to be a giveaway in the storytelling. We weren’t stretching so much and really getting to the heart of this explosive, world-changing event that we’re leading into this season. So it was difficult, but it gave us fire.

Have you always planned the end of the series the way it is going this season?

I did it. I always knew I wanted this to be that first song and mystery of human language, involving the ancient ancestors of our witches, and acquiring language for the human race. I always knew it was going to tie into that kind of stuff, and so it’s one of the most delicious parts of the season. We are really going to address the question of, what is a witch?

We kinda know. We know they have these amazing voices and can hear things we can’t hear and make sounds we can’t. We see them following these pagan traditions. But they seem cultural, as if their power did not come from pagan gods in any way. It’s a bit innate and it goes down the maternal line. And even magic itself has a scientific side. I feel like it’s always been a show that was on the edge of a knife between sci-fi and fantasy, and so we’re going to explore that ancient language story this year, which is great, great fun. There are definitely clues along the way that will hopefully tie together beautifully this season.

What did you want to accomplish with the last season?

Just to wrap things up and turn things around one more time. I always try to surprise people, so this season was all about subverting expectations in a really, really bold and hopefully effective way, and entertaining people. People have grown to love these people a lot, so we wanted to give everything we could for these characters and bring them to a very satisfying place. We talk a lot this season about lost bloodlines, whether it’s war, colonialism, or the ravages of history, and this whole story is about reclaiming history. This kind of story is important to me. And because we’re a sound show, that bloodline manifests as an ancient song that could change the world or end the world depending on how it’s sung. This is the central quest of the season.

What was the biggest challenge you had to face last season?

Many of them were logistics. It’s been hard to shoot during COVID. We’ve had a few bumps that involved taking certain cast members off the show for a little while while they recover from certain things. And it is always difficult, for example, to kill a beloved character. It’s quite heartbreaking, but you just have to believe that the story needs it and can sustain it. But I think we were so focused on the logistical challenges of the year that the creative challenges seemed rather small in comparison.

The first begins with most of the main characters on the run. How long will this last?

They have been on the run for quite some time, past the midpoint of the season. We are going to discover the Cession. Raelle [Taylor Hickson] grew up in the Cession, which is a massive grouping of unified Indian reservations on this strip of land that separates the country, and it’s on this incredibly prosperous land. It’s a great place for people to hide. It’s a sovereign nation outside of the United States, so our fugitives will end up there and we’ll learn a lot more about that culture and see the people who run that part of the country. We’ve talked a lot about the Assignment, so it’s nice to finally see it and meet people. It’s a great season visually. It’s kind of emotional that we… I feel like we’ve been successful in a lot of ways this year, so it’s kind of sad that it could be the end, but we’re so proud of it.

Without revealing too much, it will really complicate things for the people of the Assignment because our fugitives unfortunately bring a lot of trouble with them. And it’s going to escalate in a truly upsetting and shocking way. It’s directly tied to the story. He’s going to feel very much alive and quite uncomfortable with what’s going on in the world right now in terms of a sovereign nation being invaded. That’s what I like most about speculative fiction, this ability to look at our world with a little perspective and from a new angle.

It’s also great to see that, even on the run, the romance is still very much alive for some of the fugitives. What will we see from romance this season?

There are so many good things, but it would just be criminal to tease them too much. We’re going to get there with some people who haven’t really had the chance to be close to each other for a few years, namely Raelle and Scylla. [Amalia Holm]. They’re on the run together, which helps a lot. That doesn’t really fix the situation. But it’s nice to watch them grow and flourish and deal with relationships that they really never had time for. And it ends in a very special way for them. I don’t want to give anything though.

I continue have ask: will Raelle and Scylla be able to have a happy ending by the end of the series?

[Laughs] The forecast looks really good. I think the world needs it. I am happy to provide this.

I know the fans are going to be really happy to hear that. What else can you say about the end of the last season?

We thought we had witchcraft figured out, but this is a whole new situation, which could really send the show in a new direction if we could find new life elsewhere. It’s just another kind of dramatic ending to change in humanity that would be incredibly fun to explore somewhere in the future. Was it super vague? [Laughs] Oh my God.

The last season of Homeland: Fort Salem premieres Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Freeform.

This interview has been edited and condensed for length and clarity.

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IN SEARCH OF CULINARY SENSATIONS – Try gift baskets when looking for the perfect gifts – Port Arthur News https://artdeko-bg.com/in-search-of-culinary-sensations-try-gift-baskets-when-looking-for-the-perfect-gifts-port-arthur-news/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 12:52:28 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/in-search-of-culinary-sensations-try-gift-baskets-when-looking-for-the-perfect-gifts-port-arthur-news/ Let’s talk about gift baskets. I like making them. I like having them. It’s so much fun to match the recipient to a plethora of treats. We’re halfway through Christmas, so let’s plan ahead. Vervan – Sometimes you think something that tastes so good can’t be good for you, but there’s Dr. Sinatra in the […]]]>

Let’s talk about gift baskets.

I like making them. I like having them. It’s so much fun to match the recipient to a plethora of treats.

We’re halfway through Christmas, so let’s plan ahead.

Vervan – Sometimes you think something that tastes so good can’t be good for you, but there’s Dr. Sinatra in the Vervana literature, a cardiologist who encourages us to live high vibrationally.

Vervana olive oil and a mix of all-purpose Italian seasonings and dips are all you need, except maybe some bread to put it in your mouth. What a difference freshness and quality make, as well as the idea of ​​enjoying these products in Italy itself, or in California, where Vervana lives.

Visit vervana.com, which features gift baskets, including one with a simply divine olive wood bowl and spoon. It’s so smooth and knotty that it sends you back in time, but calls you back for dinner. The doctor has a diet of pasta and sauces.

Try Vervana Summer Salad Tips:

  • When you’re making a salad, let the color be your guide. Expand your palate to include bell peppers, radishes, green beans, Brussels sprouts, red onions, cabbage, arugula, beets, berries, grapes, avocados, apples and pears.
  • Top it with insulin-balancing and thirst-quenching proteins and healthy fats such as nuts, cheese, hard-boiled eggs, quinoa, chickpeas and grilled chicken. Avoid processed carbs like crunchy noodles, croutons, and bacon bits.
  • Keep this salad intact by using a dressing with beneficial fats and flavorful seasonings. Don’t dip it in salad dressing made with cheap oils, preservatives, artificial flavors and colors. Try Vervana’s cold-pressed extra virgin olive oils, flavored olive oils, and balsamic vinegars instead.

Vervana’s Lemon Garlic Flavored Olive Oils are bursting with flavor and add the perfect finishing touch to a salad. Drizzle it down and add a sprinkle of Vervana’s Italian Seasoning Blend for a savory flavor that enhances the palate.

Avocado on the tree – Remember the first time you heard the story of hiding the pickle on the Christmas tree? I never realized Old World Christmas had such a sense of humor.

Foodies can now adorn their temples with a pair of alligator, aka avocado; peppers (bell and cayenne) and even charcuterie boards. If it’s trendy, you can hang it. Avocado toast? Bottle of Ranch dressing? Bowl of ramen? Tacos ?

Visit oldworldchristmas.com, which offers delicate and inspiring glass ornaments made the old-fashioned way. You can find a choice for every personality you know. The thing is, they’re so pretty and fun, you’ll be hanging them in the kitchen – or the bar perhaps – all year round. Avocado is all the rage and these peppers will remind me to eat healthy.

Wrapping Delight – I’m not much into shopping, but I’ve always loved, loved, loved wrapping presents. My mother taught me neat corners hiding the stripe, unique embellishment, etc.

Inspired Wraps understands me. This company features every product you can imagine, from plain brown bags—the best way to create personalized messages from their cute wooden boxes of alphabet stamps—to vintage-looking craft scissors to keep you looking your best.

They’ve made it easy for you at InspiredWraps.com, where you can purchase the themed gift basket and have it wrapped. People like me can get the goods and go to town.

Darragh Doiron is a foodie from the Port Arthur area who embraces the ‘different’ and the ‘creative’. Contact her at darraghcastillo@icloud.com.

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2022 Father’s Day Restaurant Brunch and Dinner Special: Inland Empire https://artdeko-bg.com/2022-fathers-day-restaurant-brunch-and-dinner-special-inland-empire/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 16:30:38 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/2022-fathers-day-restaurant-brunch-and-dinner-special-inland-empire/ INLAND EMPIRE, CA – Father’s Day – a day to put Pops on a pedestal – falls on Sunday, June 19 this year. If you want to leave the cooking to someone else, find out what Inland Empire restaurants in Riverside and San Bernardino counties offer for dine-in or take-out for at-home brunches and barbecues […]]]>

INLAND EMPIRE, CA – Father’s Day – a day to put Pops on a pedestal – falls on Sunday, June 19 this year.

If you want to leave the cooking to someone else, find out what Inland Empire restaurants in Riverside and San Bernardino counties offer for dine-in or take-out for at-home brunches and barbecues in the garden.

Browse the list below or scroll through the photos at the top of this article to find the perfect place to drink and dine your padre.

Find out what’s happening in Palm Desertwith free real-time Patch updates.

If you know of any other neighborhood restaurants with dad-worthy deals, share them with Patch readers in the comments section.

And to all the dads, granddads, stepdads, adoptive dads and father figures out there too, Happy Father’s Day from Patch!

Find out what’s happening in Palm Desertwith free real-time Patch updates.

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BASKIN-ROBBINS: Celebrate Father’s Day with two ice cream cakes — perfect for Pops! The new “Grillmaster Cake” is made with Oreo cookies and buttercream “burgers and hot dogs”, or “The Cold One Cake”, resembling a mug of frothy beer. Order information. To find stores near you.

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BJ’S RESTAURANT AND BREWERY: Dads who dine at the restaurant on June 18 and 19 will receive a free commemorative drink for Father’s Day, plus 20% off a VIP card to be used on future meals on site or take out from June 20 to July 10. a $10 bonus card. Details. To find Pitches throughout the Inland Empire.

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BLACK ANGUS STEAKHOUSE: For Father’s Day, all locations open at 11 a.m., serving dishes such as prime rib and lobster tail, rib eye and classic sidekicks, as well as the special Father’s Day drink – the BullsEye Brew. Take-out “grilling kits” ($29.99) are also available, complete with a bag and set of grilling utensils. Order and booking details. Locations include Montclair, Ontario, San Bernardino and Temecula.

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CALIFORNIAN PIZZA KITCHEN: Take advantage of a BOGO offer for Father’s Day weekend: buy a pizza, pasta or salad and get one free on your next visit. The offer is for meals on site or to go on June 18th and 19th. Diners will receive a BOGO coupon card redeemable from June 20-28. Location finder here.

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EDDIE V: An exclusive Father’s Day special – for dinner only – includes an 11-ounce Wagyu Gold Label Striploin Steak from Snake River Farms. Additionally, Eddie V’s single barrel select Blanton Bourbon is also available. If Dad is a bourbon enthusiast, the Blanton Collectible Topper is available upon request, while supplies last. From 12 p.m. to 8 p.m., with live music at the V Lounge from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Info & reservations here. To find location in Palm Desert.

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FLEMING’S PRIME STEAKHOUSE: Three special dishes for Father’s Day served from June 16 to 20, with a choice of sirloin and lobster with bone or fcute island. Meals include salads, desserts, or upgrade with extras or cocktails. Restaurants open early on Saturday and Sunday June 18 and 19, plus full dinner menu also available. See here for Father’s Day details. California sites include Rancho Cucamonga.

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ISLAND RESTAURANTS: On June 19, restaurants offer a burger and beer offer for Father’s Day for $15. All 16-ounce burgers and beers are eligible. Among the burger options: the “Kilauea,” jalapeño and black pepper crusted burger, Pepper Jack cheese, chipotle aioli, lettuce, tomato, and island reds; “Bleunami” with blue cheese vinaigrette, lettuce, tomato, red onion and blue cheese crumbles: and “Impossible”, vegetable patty, avocado, white cheddar, lettuce, tomato and roasted garlic aioli. Website here.

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MACARONIS GRILL: The Italian restaurant opens at 11 a.m. for Father’s Day on site or to take away. Among the take-out options: Feast for Five ($30), which feeds up to five people with entree, Caesar salad, rosemary peasant bread and chocolate chip cookies, or Premium Feast for Five ($55), which adds a pasta starter. Visit the website here to order. See Pitches throughout California including Corona, Redlands and Temecula.

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MARCO’S PIZZA: During Father’s Day week, June 13-19, customers can get 20% off any pizza using code JUNE20 on in-app or online orders. The offer applies to the chain’s line of pizzas, including All Meat, Deluxe, Garden, Hawaiian Chicken, Pepperoni Magnifico and White Cheezy. Pitches in Inner Empire. Confirm your participation with your local store.

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STANDARDS: BBQ-loving dads can take home free ribs with any $40 Father’s Day purchase. Ready to heat and serve, ribs are rubbed with NORMS Memphis-Style Dry Rub, slow-cooked, drizzled with barbecue sauce, and chilled for a trip to your grill or oven. Offer for on-site and take-out meals, but not valid for online orders. Pitches throughout the Inland Empire. Restaurant website here.

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VIA DOOR: The “neighborhood restaurant with a world-class ambience” serves Father’s Day weekend lunch and dinner with dishes such as grilled salmon, branzino, grass-fed tenderloin, noodles from zucchini with shrimp, vegan burgers, pasta, sandwiches and more. To find Pitchesincluding Palm Desert. Website.

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RED LOBSTER: Give seafood-loving dads a gift card. Special limited time offer until June 26th. For every $50 spent on cards, purchased at restaurants or on line, get $10 bonus coupon for orders of $30 or more on June 27 and August 31. Cards can be used for offers such as Ultimate Feast, Ultimate Endless Shrimp Mondays and the new “10 Under $10” lunch menu. Website and locations here.

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ROCK & BREWS: Enjoy rocking Father’s Day with cuisine such as the Alice Cooper Burger or the Demon Chicken Sandwich, plus over 50 local and international beers. The first 50 dads will receive a Rock & Brews pint glass when they purchase one of three Rock & Brew draft beers on Father’s Day. Participant location to the Crown.

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RUBIO’S COASTAL GRILLS: Surprise fish taco-loving dads with a Rubio’s Father’s Day gift card offer. Buy a $25 gift card and receive a $5 bonus card. Physical gift cards and e-gift cards available. Details. Find a Rubio’s near you.

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RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE: Dine in or order takeout for Father’s Day with options such as 11-ounce tenderloin, porterhouse for two, ribeye tomahawk, or prix-fixe meal with appetizer, main, side, and dessert. Plus, the gift card offer is valid June 13-19. For every $200 gift card purchase, get a $40 gift card. Bonus cards valid until August 31. Details. Locations throughout California including Palm Desert.

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SAMMY’S WOOD-BURNING PIZZA: Dine in or order takeout for Father’s Day. Among the “healthy global cuisine” selections: lettuce wraps with chicken; duck tacos; sweet chilli chicken wings; burgers; soups; salads; short ribs; Lamb chops; wood-fired pizzas. Menu and order links here. See localeincluding Palm Desert.

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7 ELEVEN: Say “Thank you, Dad” with a Father’s Day deal: 16 boneless wings for just $5. In store only.

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COURT HOUSE: Pops can choose from a fleet of taps with over 100 beers, and order steaks and chops like the bone-in sweet soy-marinated Korean rib eye, served with chili garlic fries. Restaurant info here. Locations throughout California including Chino Hills, Riverside, Rancho Mirage, Rancho Cucamonga and Temecula.

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YOGURTLAND: Surprise loving dads with electronic gift cards, valid for in-store purchases. And one offer is valid June 13-18: For every $25 e-gift card purchased, receive a $5 bonus card via email for future visits June 19-July 17. A maximum of four bonus cards per order, and not redeemable with online orders or third-party deliveries. . Pitches region-wide.

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Inflation, cost of living: the sneaky way groceries are getting more expensive https://artdeko-bg.com/inflation-cost-of-living-the-sneaky-way-groceries-are-getting-more-expensive/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 01:28:47 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/inflation-cost-of-living-the-sneaky-way-groceries-are-getting-more-expensive/ To the unsuspecting Aussie, it might seem like the cost of many popular grocery items hasn’t gone up, but there is more than meets the eye. To the unsuspecting eye, it might seem that the cost of many popular groceries like chips, chocolate bars and peanut butter hasn’t increased amid the much-publicized cost of living […]]]>

To the unsuspecting Aussie, it might seem like the cost of many popular grocery items hasn’t gone up, but there is more than meets the eye.

To the unsuspecting eye, it might seem that the cost of many popular groceries like chips, chocolate bars and peanut butter hasn’t increased amid the much-publicized cost of living crisis that hits Australia.

Shoppers looking at the labels of these items will have assumed they were paying the same prices as several months ago despite rising inflation.

However, a maddening new report has revealed that these products have been reduced in size despite costing the same or even more.

Money saving app Frugl published a list of products affected by the phenomenon known as “shrinkflation”.

He found that the size of some products had decreased by up to 20%, with no change in price.

For example, Mars chocolate bars have gone from 53g to 47g and still cost customers $2, while Arnotts Tina wafers have gone from 250g to 200g and still cost $3.05.

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Both Burger Rings and Twisties have reduced their serving size from 100g to 90g and still cost shoppers $2.20 instead of $2.

The report found that other grocery items were reduced in size by 17% when they actually cost shoppers more.

A jar of Bega Peanut Butter went from 500g to 470g and in June 2020 its price increased by 20 cents from $5.70 to $5.90.

Here is a breakdown of some of the popular products that have been affected by “shrinkflation”:

Mars chocolate bar – 53g to 47g – Cost: $2

Helgas Wraps, Traditional White – 508 8 pack to 508 8 pack – Cost: $5

Arnotts tina wafers – 250g to 200g – Cost: $3.05

Original Oreo cookies – 137g to 133g – Cost: $2

Doritos Cheese Dip – 300g to 280g – Cost: $2.50

Bega Peanut Butter – 500g to 470g -Cost: $5.70 to $5.90

Cheetos Cheese Balls -100g to 90g – Cost: $2 to $2.20

Jumpys Chicken Crisps – 6-pack to 5-pack – Cost: $3.20 to $3.50

Chicken Twisties – 100g to 90g – Cost: $2 to $2.20

Burger rings – 100g to 90g – Cost: $2 to $2.20

Frugl CEO Sean Smith told the Mail Mailthe chances of these products ever returning to their original size are slim, adding that prices were more likely to drop in the distant future.

“These pressures aren’t looking to ease anytime soon and if we look at the past 12 months, the wholesale price increases were in the last quarter,” Smith said. “It’s quite recent due to major events including the war in Ukraine and its impacts on fuel prices.”

Food inflation across the country began to rise late last year and although it initially affected mainly meat and imported products, it has since risen to affect almost all categories.

Vegetable prices have skyrocketed, with some Australian supermarkets charging as much as $10 for a lettuce due to shortages caused by a poor growing season and flooding on the east coast.

Supermarkets take action against rising prices

As the cost of basics and conveniences like petrol and fresh produce continue to soar, Coles and Woolies have taken action to deal with the crisis.

For the first time, Woolworths has announced it will freeze prices for “meaningful essentials” until the end of 2022.

The freeze will affect essential produce and items like flour, sugar, canned tomatoes, frozen peas, chicken fillets, washing powder and dishwashing liquid.

In an email that will start circulating among customers on Thursday, Woolworths Group leader Brad Banducci said the average family spends more than $200 on groceries and basic necessities a week.

“We know it’s a big chunk of the weekly household budget,” he said.

“As we all grapple with the challenges of inflation, rest assured that the entire Woolworths team is committed to ensuring that you can always get the value from your Woolies.”

Customers can find the full price gel product list here.

The items join the existing 300 “winter essentials” whose prices have dropped.

It comes after Coles announced its own solution to the cost of living this morning, offering customers 10% off select Coles MasterCard gift cards.

Starting Wednesday, for one week only, Coles is offering 10% off the total transaction price for $100 and $250 gift cards, though there are additional purchase fees.

The majority of consumers (58%) use gift cards for their weekly groceries, followed by utility and utility bills.

Coles non-food managing director Jonathan Torr said the offer was aimed at helping Australians cope with the current cost of living crisis.

“We understand that many Australians are feeling the pinch of rising cost of living pressures and we are always looking for ways to provide the best value at Coles to help make a difference,” he said.

“The 10% off select Coles MasterCards will provide temporary relief on day-to-day spending, as the gift cards can be used on anything from the weekly shop to paying household bills – they can even be used to maximize savings at other retailers in the end. – sales for the financial year.

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Summer reading programs promote community engagement https://artdeko-bg.com/summer-reading-programs-promote-community-engagement/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/summer-reading-programs-promote-community-engagement/ Whiteland resident Jessica Casey reads a book with her six-year-old son Carter at the Clark Pleasant Branch of the Johnson County Public Library. Summer reading programs at public libraries in Edinburgh, Johnson County and Greenwood have all started to welcome waves of children and adults, as in-person activities return in full force for the first […]]]>

Summer reading programs at public libraries in Edinburgh, Johnson County and Greenwood have all started to welcome waves of children and adults, as in-person activities return in full force for the first summer since 2019.

At the Greenwood Public Library, what used to be called the Summer Reading Program is now called the Summer Challenge. The new name reflects library officials’ efforts to involve more people in community activities in addition to meeting their reading goals, said Emily Ellis, the library’s assistant director.

The theme of the challenge is “Once Upon a Fairy Tale” and includes library activities, such as crafts, wreath making, and exploring fairy tales. Outdoors, Summer Challenge participants are encouraged to explore Greenwood’s parks and trails. The library will also host a Looney Tunes screening in Old Town Park on July 1, Ellis said.

“Previous years it was just reading, but this year we decided to make this change. It encourages people to explore the parks in Greenwood, there’s a Great Arts Quest Aspire (Johnson County) that takes place in June and there are weekly challenges for customers,” she said. “The highest priority is reading, and you get points for reading every day and completing books, points for raffle tickets. If someone just wants to read, community members who are avid readers can complete the program just by reading, but we hope to bring people back into the building. It’s an opportunity for them to get to know us again in our first real summer since 2019.”

The Summer Challenge, which began May 16, runs through July 31 and had 874 readers on Thursday, Ellis said.

The Johnson County Public Library’s Explore Summer program, which had about 650,000 accumulated reading minutes Thursday, has a goal of 4 million reading minutes when the program ends July 31. The library has already surpassed its goal of 4,000 enrollees, programming manager Kelly Staten said in an email.

Similar to Greenwood Public Library, participants from Johnson County Public Library participate in the Great Arts Quest. In addition to logging at least one hour of reading each week with the Beanstack app, or a total of 10 hours before the end of the program for a prize, Explore Summer activities include making a chalk mural on the sidewalk, staging a book or movie scene, writing a letter to a librarian and posting a photo of a pet on the library’s Facebook page, among other activities, according to the library’s Explore Summer brochure.

For weeks, readers register three learning activities they are entered to win gift cards from Chicago’s Pizza, Regal Cinemas, 10 Pins and Coffeehouse Five, as well as other local businesses. For someone who completes 10 hours of reading, the library will also be giving away a grand prize of a night at the Bottleworks Hotel in Indianapolis, as well as a gas gift card and gift cards to The Garage Food Hall. , Living Room Theaters and Pins Mechanical Company, according to the flyer.

The program will encourage students to read and learn even when school is closed, Lisa Lintner, director of the Johnson County Public Library, said in an email.

“The Explore Summer Learning Program is open to residents of all ages and specifically designed to encourage students to read and engage in learning activities outside of school to maintain their reading and writing skills. education,” she said. “Programs like this help students return to school ready to start a new school year strong.”

Edinburgh readers can take part in their library’s summer reading programme, which started from June 6 to July 9, and earn a chance to win prizes along the way. Next week, for example, the library is handing out free passes to the local swimming pool, said Chris Hoffman, director of the Edinburgh Public Library.

If readers reach a certain threshold, they will be invited to a pool and pizza party on July 19, where they will be entered for the grand prizes, he said.

“It’s open to everyone. Our goal is 20 pounds for everyone by July 9,” Hoffman said. “You can read as many as you want, but it takes 20 to be invited to the pool party. We have several great prizes, including family passes to the Children’s Museum and Indianapolis Zoo and tickets to sporting events.

The summer reading program has already attracted around 100 readers in its first week and, in addition to reading, will also include a magic show and an outdoor water show this summer, he said.

“I think, more than anything, it’s a great way to keep kids academically engaged throughout the summer when they’re not involved in school,” Hoffman said. “It’s a great way for parents and children to connect and do an activity together.”

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The best tweets from UN Watch in May 2022 https://artdeko-bg.com/the-best-tweets-from-un-watch-in-may-2022/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 08:14:21 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/the-best-tweets-from-un-watch-in-may-2022/ May UN Watch tweet trends: Russian diplomat at UN in Geneva resigns in protest; North Korea assumes the presidency of the Conference on Disarmament; Amnesty and Human Rights Watch silent as Israelis are murdered by terrorists and Iranians massacred for protesting; China elected to the WHO Executive Board; Ilhan Omar attributes sanctions to Russia for […]]]>

May UN Watch tweet trends: Russian diplomat at UN in Geneva resigns in protest; North Korea assumes the presidency of the Conference on Disarmament; Amnesty and Human Rights Watch silent as Israelis are murdered by terrorists and Iranians massacred for protesting; China elected to the WHO Executive Board; Ilhan Omar attributes sanctions to Russia for global food shortages and accuses Israel of murder; UN human rights chief made a propaganda visit to China; HRC Rights Expert receives money from China; and more.

North Korea takes over the presidency of the Conference on Disarmament

Amnesty and Human Rights Watch fall silent as Israelis murdered by terrorists and Iranians massacred for protesting

China elected to WHO Executive Board

Ilhan Omar blames sanctions on Russia for global food shortages; Accuses Israel of murder

UN human rights chief pays propaganda visit to China

CHR rights expert receives money from China

Amnesty claims no excuse for racism

Like, retweet, follow: UN Watch tweets have been liked and shared by thousands of people around the world, including thought leaders and celebrities such as:

  • Former President of the UN Security Council Diego Arríaformer Assistant Secretary General of NATO Rose Gottemoellerformer Vice-President of the European Commission Viviane Reding
  • Russian opposition politician Vladimir Kara Murza & activist Leonid Volkovworld chess champion Gary Kasparov, Cuban human rights activist Rosa Maria PayaIranian women’s rights activist Masih Alinejadsaudi dissident Raif BadawiUyghur American activist Rushan AbbasZimbabwean pro-democracy activist Pastor Eva MawarireVenezuelan opposition politician Armand Weaponsformer Afghan mayor Zarifa Ghafarichinese cartoonist Badiucao
  • Permanent Mission of Lithuania to the UN
  • Former Canadian Ambassador to the UN Louisa Blaisformer Canadian Minister of Immigration Chris Alexanderdeputies Melissa Lantsman & Heather McPherson
  • British MPs To M Tugendhat, Alicia Kearns, Layla Moran, Stewart McDonald & Alison ThewlissMembers of the UK House of Lords Sarah Luford, simon mcdonald, Malcolm Bruce & Gavin Barwell
  • Swedish MEP Charlie WeimersDutch MEP Peter van DalenIrish Minister for European Affairs Thomas ByrneIrish MEP Sean Kellyswiss deputy Kathy RiklinGerman MEP Damien Boeselager
  • President of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies Clifford MayCEO Marc Dubowitz & Senior Vice President of Research Jonathan SchanzerExecutive Director of the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies Kyle MatthewsCoordinator of the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China Luke de Pulford, Simon Wiesenthal Center
  • american singer David DraimanAmerican actress Morgan FairchildBritish television presenter Rachel Rileymiss iraq Sarah Idanformer NBA basketball player Andrew BogutNASA astronaut Terry VirtsBritish adventurer and television presenter Bear Gryll

Many journalists also liked or shared UN Watch tweets, including:

  • CNN anchor Jake Tapersenior global affairs analyst Bianna Golodrygainternational diplomatic editor Nicholas Robertsonsenior political analyst and presenter John Avloncontributor Frida Ghiti & journalist Melissa MahtaniCNBC anchor Carl Quintanilla, Washington Post opinion editor Christian Caril, wall street journal special writer Gregory Zuckermann, National exam editor-in-chief Jay Nordlingercollaborating editor Andrew Stuttaford & foreign affairs journalist james quinneditor of Bloomberg Opinion Tim O’BrienFox News’ main political anchor Bret Bayer & host Sara CarterVOA News reporter Salem Solomon, New York Post journalist Jon Levineditor of the Daily Caller Geoffrey Ingersolleditor of the New York Sun David Efune & news editor John SeeleyWashington Times national security correspondent Bill Gertzancient New York Times journalist Nellie Bowles
  • Editor-in-chief of BBC News Russia Steve Rosenberg & Eastern Europe correspondent Sarah Rainford, The Guardian Correspondent in Moscow Andre RothBritish presenter Anila Dhami, The telegraph of the day Asia correspondent Nicholas Smith
  • Sky News Australia host Rita Panahi

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Shop Le Creuset Sale from Amazon https://artdeko-bg.com/shop-le-creuset-sale-from-amazon/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 19:12:46 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/shop-le-creuset-sale-from-amazon/ Amazon Prime Day, one of the biggest online shopping sales of the year, officially returns for 2022. According to an Amazon Press release, the annual shopping party will take place in July this year (the exact dates have not yet been announced). The sale is a great opportunity to save on just about anything on […]]]>

Amazon Prime Day, one of the biggest online shopping sales of the year, officially returns for 2022. According to an Amazon Press release, the annual shopping party will take place in July this year (the exact dates have not yet been announced). The sale is a great opportunity to save on just about anything on your shopping list, especially items for your home and kitchen. And yes, that includes incredibly rare discounts on one of our all-time favorite brands, The Crucible.

Before diving into the deals, note that the last time Le Creuset had a sale of this magnitude was its factory sale in April 2021. Last Amazon Prime Day, we saw impressive discounts on a few sizes of their iconic Dutch oven and select kitchen accessories, but this year’s deals have already eclipsed those savings. We’re still at least a month away from Prime Day, and there are already early Le Creuset Prime Day discounts on all Dutch oven sizes, including the small portable sauté pan and oversized 15 quart casserole (that’s almost $200 off!). This year’s offers also include a general 20% discount on the Le Creuset range of products soaked non-stick cookware. These pots and pans will shatter your expectations of nonstick cookware: they’re stovetop and oven safe up to 500°F, they have a textured finish that promotes browning and cooking comparable to cast iron signature of Le Creuset, and the non-stick coating is four times stronger. than their previous nonstick cookware, making it safe for metal utensils and extending the life of cookware.

Ahead, we’ve rounded up all the best Amazon Prime Day deals on Le Creuset cookware that Prime members can claim now. Then we answer some of our readers’ most frequently asked questions about Amazon Prime Day 2022, including all the logistical details we know (so far!), how to get an Amazon Prime membership in time for the sale, and what are the best deals we’ll be shopping for when Prime Day rolls around.



What is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day is an annual event that began in 2015 to commemorate Amazon’s 20th anniversary. Since, the event became Amazon’s biggest sale of the yeareven bigger than Black Friday, with deep discounts on all product categories.


When is Amazon Prime Day 2022?

Amazon Prime Day will be sometimes in July 2022according[artid|10055.g.40155402[src|[ch|[lt|” data-vars-ga-outbound-link=”https://press.aboutamazon.com/news-releases/news-release-details/amazoncom-announces-first-quarter-results-1″>Amazon’s quarterly earnings report. We expect Prime Day to be a two-day event this year, as it has been in years past. Prime Day only happens once per calendar year, so be sure to stay tuned for those official July dates—we’ll share more details as soon as we know them. Here are the dates of previous Prime Days:

  • June 21 and 22, 2021
  • October 13 and 14, 2020
  • July 15 and 16, 2019
  • July 16 and 17, 2018

    What does Amazon Prime cost in 2022?

    Prime Day promotions are only available for Amazon Prime subscribers to shop. An Amazon Prime membership costs $14.99 per month or $139 annually, but take note that Amazon does offer discounts for students, seniors and more. They also offer a free a 30-day trial for first-time users.


      What are the best Prime Day deals of 2022?

      Prime Day is a chance to save on just about anything you need. We recommend starting a shopping list now, and checking off items with each new batch of early Prime Day deals that are released in the coming weeks and when the official Prime Day event rolls around in July. In 2021, there were over two million deals across every category, including fashion, appliances, tech (including Amazon devices), furniture, beauty, home and travel. While this year’s official Prime Day deals are still under wraps, we expect many of the same discounts and even more will be available this year.

      Year after year, some of the best Prime Day deals are found in the home and kitchen product categories, including Le Creuset. Last year, the Le Creuset frying pan, Le Creuset frying panand Le Creuset kitchen utensil set have all been reduced around 30% off. As detailed above, this year’s pre-Prime sales already rival those deals, proving that Prime Day is a great time to buy anything Le Creusetwhether you’re shopping for yourself or thinking of a gift for the foodie in your life.

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Someone Special Volunteers: Bemidji Senior Center appoints Tine Siems and Judy Tobin – Bemidji Pioneer https://artdeko-bg.com/someone-special-volunteers-bemidji-senior-center-appoints-tine-siems-and-judy-tobin-bemidji-pioneer/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 12:50:00 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/someone-special-volunteers-bemidji-senior-center-appoints-tine-siems-and-judy-tobin-bemidji-pioneer/ The Bemidji Pioneer, Paul Bunyan Broadcasting, Ken K. Thompson and United Way recognize “Someone’s Special Volunteers” who have made a significant contribution to the community. Today’s volunteers are Tina Siems and Judy Tobin. Tina Siems has been a valued volunteer for many years at the Senior Center. “She is full of smiles and a joy […]]]>

The Bemidji Pioneer, Paul Bunyan Broadcasting, Ken K. Thompson and United Way recognize “Someone’s Special Volunteers” who have made a significant contribution to the community. Today’s volunteers are Tina Siems and Judy Tobin.

Tina Siems has been a valued volunteer for many years at the Senior Center.

“She is full of smiles and a joy to be around. She volunteers for our bake sales giving not only her time and energy but also delicious treats to sell. She is a craftswoman and has worked as a clerk at the Creations gift shop for many years and wraps the gifts at our gift wrap fundraiser,” a statement read. “You can hear the smile in her voice. You can hear the smile in his voice. We are blessed to have him.”

Judy Tobin has been a valued volunteer for many years at the Senior Center.

“She is the lead volunteer for our Christmas Wrap fundraiser where she has spent countless hours working behind the scenes and organizing. She is an artisan and has spent many years as a clerk in the Creations gift shop “, reads the press release. “She regularly volunteers with our monthly pancake breakfast fundraiser. She is a wonderful person who has given so much time and energy to the Bemidji Seniors Center and we would like to thank her With all my heart.”

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