Dishes to cook this week, from skillet hot honey chicken to shrimp étouffée – The Denver Post

By Emily Weinstein, The New York Times The temperature in New York climbed close to 50 degrees last week. That was warmer, yes, but spring is still not here. Here are recipes for the drawn-out shoulder season — some very fast for anyone who’s done with cooking for the moment, others vaguely springy but still hearty. Nothing too heavy, all

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Says Parler Was Removed From App Store For Inciting Violence

In an interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday, Apple CEO Tim Cook told Chris Wallace that Parler, the microblogging and social networking service accused of disseminating far-right conspiracy theories, could return to the App Store “if they get their moderation together.” Cook added that company’s decision to remove Parler from Apple’s App Store was an attempt to do

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Prince William Used to Cook “All Sorts of Meals” to Impress Kate Middleton

Just because you’re royalty doesn’t mean dating is easy. Apparently, Prince William once tried to woo Kate Middleton by cooking for her during their time as students at St. Andrews University. The now-Duchess of Cambridge revealed as such during last night’s U.K. airing of A Berry Royal Christmas with Mary Berry. The illustrious chef asked Kate, “Does William ever cook

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Former Thomas Cook boss denies saddling group with mammoth debt burden

MPs blast Thomas Cook bosses for ‘passing the buck’ after former chief denies saddling the firm with huge debts after mammoth expansion drive Ex-Thomas Cook boss Manny Fontenla-Novoa oversaw expansion at the firm  He denied saddling the firm with debt after a mammoth expansion drive Select committee chairman Rachel Reeves said the travel companies bosses ‘keep blaming everything and everyone except themselves

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Thomas Cook staff and passengers ‘held hostage in Cuba’ over firm’s unpaid bills – The Sun

TERRIFIED Thomas Cook staff have claimed they are being “held as ransom” in Cuba as the country refuses to accept promises their bills will be paid.Dozens of British holidaymakers on Thomas Cook packages and at least 11 members of staff were left stuck on the island after the travel firm went bust this week. But while the UK Government agreed

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Four Thomas Cook planes seized by Glasgow Airport as ‘security’ for doomed firm’s debts – The Sun

FOUR Thomas Cook planes have been seized as security for unpaid bills after the tour giant collapsed, it has been reported. Notices taped by Glasgow Airport could be seen on the planes' doors as they stood parked on the apron, following the demise of the company. Glasgow Airport confirmed that the planes have been seized under regulations which permit airports

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Thomas Cook plans rescue deal with Chinese shareholder Fosun – is your holiday safe?

TROUBLED travel company Thomas Cook has agreed a rescue deal with Chinese firm Fosun to secure the company's future. Thomas Cook plans to sell the majority of its tour operator business and a stake in its airline business to Fosun, which is already the company's largest shareholder. The Chinese firm announced it will contribute £450million of new money to the

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