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In the past few years, Filipino food has finally begun to get its due in the U.S. If you haven’t tried cooking this flavor-packed Southeast Asian cuisine in your own kitchen yet, here’s what you’ll need to get started (plus what to make with it).

For pointers, we went to top Filipino chefs around the country to learn the essentials of Filipino cooking. From Brian Hardesty of St. Louis’ Guerrilla Street Food and

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DoorDash (NYSE:DASH), the largest third-party food delivery company in America, went public at $102 per share last December. The stock opened at $182 on the first day, continued rallying, and eventually hit a 52-week high of $256 this February.

However, those who chased DoorDash’s rally were burned as investors rotated from growth to value stocks over the past few months. Concerns about rising bond yields, inflation, and tough year-over-year comparisons for the so-called “pandemic stocks” sparked that sell-off, which knocked DoorDash’s stock back to the $160s and erased most of its post-IPO gains.

A Dasher picks up an order.

Image source: DoorDash.

But at these

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Covid-19 hammered the restaurant business—and its suppliers, like restaurant equipment maker

Welbilt

—hard. But with the economy recovering and eateries reopening, Welbilt stock looks like a buy.

It’s been a miserable year for restaurants. Sales fell 27% last year, as in-person dining disappeared and restaurants were shuttered. And when no one is going to restaurants, the businesses don’t buy new ovens, which caused revenue at Welbilt (ticker: WBT), which makes deep-fryers that

McDonald’s

(MCD) uses to cook its french fries, among other products, to tumble about 27% in 2020. Its stock, at a recent

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Supporting BIPOC communities shouldn’t be limited to times of crisis or designated “history” months. One way you can support communities of color now, tomorrow and every day is by buying from BIPOC-owned brands.

But with the current rise in anti-Asian violence and hate crimes in the U.S., it’s especially time to turn attention to Asian American-owned brands and

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