That has been the biggest selling point at rival Wendy’s. Yet there are larger forces at work that have prompted other menu changes at McDonald’s, known for decades more for the billions of people that it has served, rather than its culinary choices.
As Miller, a former policy advisor and deputy director for Clinton’s One America Initiative, puts it, that was a period of his life when he had a lot of time on his hands
Like the shamrock, mint is green, which helps to explain why recipes for lamb with a sweet-and-sour mint sauce abound in Ireland (and throughout the British Isles). My version of the sauce isn’t sweet — I’m no fan of sweet in my savory — but it is bright green, deeply flavorful and refreshing, a tangy complement to some thin and crispy lamb chops.
Talbott’s Mountain Gold owner Bruce Talbott says peaches and other fruit are at a higher risk for damage if temperatures dip to below freezing. As weather switches between unseasonably warm to cold, growing fruit becomes more difficult
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“I think it just creates another element,” said Mark Shaker, one of the facility’s co-founders. “To not have a hard line on where you can bring your drink, either inside or outside the building, is unique.”
“It used to be, ‘We need a Super Bowl spot.’ Then, it was, ‘We need a Super Bowl spot and program,'” said Mark DiMassimo, CEO of ad agency DiMassimo Goldstein in New York. “Now, it’s we need a Super Bowl stunt or event. It needs to be newsworthy, social and surprising — and it needs to be much bigger than 30 seconds.”
The hatch from the burning spacecraft is the main draw. It had been concealed, along with the capsule, for a half-century. On Friday’s anniversary, the hatch that trapped Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee inside their capsule at the launch pad is finally going on display.
“It’s pathetic. We have a double standard where if you admit you like Trump, you get blasted by the media,” said Brian Craig, a Lowell, Massachusetts, Republican who voted for Trump. “If Brady endorsed Hillary, no one would care.”
Villages and cities across China are preparing this weekend to celebrate Lunar New Year, though few feasts are as elaborate as the one in Liuminying, a hamlet in Beijing’s suburbs. Festivities in recent years have been more muted as China’s economy has slowed down — hitting its lowest level of growth in three decades last year — and its top political leadership has issued calls for austerity.