The Washington Post this week published a correction and a rebuttal to a humor column after backlash over the writer’s take on Indian food as “the only ethnic food in the world based entirely on one spice.”

In his weekly column in The Washington Post Magazine, Gene Weingarten penned a list of foods he doesn’t like to sarcastically dispute criticism that he “like a toddler I seem to categorically dislike, and whine about, many foods.”

Along with Old Bay seasoning, balsamic vinegar, bleu cheese (“rhymes with ‘eeuuu cheese'”), he listed Indian food.

“The Indian subcontinent has vastly enriched the world,

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New Delhi, India – Tabassum Nisha lives in a shanty in a cramped corner of New Delhi’s Malviya Nagar neighbourhood with her five children.

The 38-year-old widow, who worked as a housemaid, used to survive on a monthly income of $50 when she needed more than twice that amount to feed her children.

Barely able to make ends meet, Nisha lost her job when a sudden lockdown was announced by the Indian government in March last year to contain the coronavirus pandemic.

She somehow fed her children during the months-long lockdown, seeking small loans from neighbours and shopkeepers. When they

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A Florida diner that posted a sign telling Biden supporters to take their business “elsewhere” was forced to temporarily close after not having enough food to meet a surge in demand.

The DeBary Diner, located in DeBary, Florida and owned by Angie Ugarte, was closed on September 2 after running out of food following a surge in demand after a sign was posted on the front door slamming Biden’s chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal and telling his supporters to take their business somewhere else, according to the West Volusia Beacon.

DEFENSE SEC LLOYD AUSTIN ORDERED BY HOUSE COMMITTEE TO SUBMIT AFGHANISTAN

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Walmart has teamed up with media company Meredith Corp. to help families buy ingredients for meals and prepare them more easily via artificial intelligence-powered meal planning, shoppable recipes, visual search, chatbots, virtual assistants and social media.

Under the partnership, announced Wednesday, consumers will be able to shop for Walmart food and grocery products across Meredith’s portfolio of media brands, including Allrecipes, Better Homes & Gardens, Parents, EatingWell and Real Simple. Through these new “shoppable ad experiences,” customers can access content providing meal solutions and add recipe ingredients directly to their Walmart online grocery cart for pickup or delivery.

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On weekends, food truck Dreamy Drinks floats through Ballard like a pink bubble, stopping at 2401 NW 80th Street to serve boba from its unicorn-adorned window. Until last year, Washington food safety regulations didn’t allow any mobile food vendors to prepare ingredients on board, so Dreamy Drinks — which opened in 2019 — rents a licensed commissary kitchen where they boil water for tea. Last summer, when tourists disappeared and offices allowed employees to work from home during the early months of the pandemic, Dreamy Drinks relocated to more residential neighborhoods.

Even without COVID-related difficulties, the business has encountered obstacles

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Microwaving food might just require more thought than one would realize.

Or at least that’s what a viral TikTok video is suggesting, which shows three microwave hacks that can help ensure your quick meals are heated evenly.

According to verified TikTok creator and STEM graduate Isabella Avila, home chefs can benefit from placing their dishes on the edge of a microwave plate rather than putting it in the center.

GRANDMOTHER’S VIRAL DISHWASHER HACK CLAIMS TO SOLVE AN AGE-OLD PROBLEM

“You know when you reheat food in the microwave and some parts of it are hot enough to burn your mouth

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