San Francisco was added to the state’s watch list on July 17 because of elevated coronavirus infections and hospitalizations, with the city’s Latino population disproportionately affected. Increased social gatherings, especially among people in different households, increases in economic activity, and continuing infections in low-income housing and among low-wage essential workers have all been cited as drivers of the increase in cases. … [Read more...] about SF and San Mateo were last in Bay Area on the coronavirus watch list. What do numbers show now?
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The sheer plethora and diversity of recipes in this 246-page cookbook are a testament to that. The recipes are divvied up into eight sections, ranging from soups to preserves to filling main dishes. Traditional dishes like hunter’s stew and stuffed cabbage make their appearances, though Korkosz, who writes about a variety of cuisines on his food blog, Rozkoszny, is very open to foreign influence, especially in the realm of spices. The chapter on pierogi includes the crowd favorite of dumplings stuffed with mashed potato and onion, but his other fillings include lentils with cumin and coriander, and blueberries with cardamom “to give it a bit of a fairy-tale flavor.” … [Read more...] about A new Polish cookbook showcases the cuisine as a vegetable wonderland
"A canned soup -- which oftentimes is solid and a liquid -- usually needs a long heating time to get all of the contents to the same temperature needed to sterilize the food. Many canned beverages (beer, soda, juice) are acidic, so their thermal processing requirement is much different," she said. "Another factor is that BPA partitions to, or moves into, solids. ... Other key factors are the chemical composition of the lining and the fat content of the canned food, as BPA is lipophilic." … [Read more...] about Canned foods linked to BPA risk in new study
When John Avlon, Jesse Angelo and I compiled Deadline Artists, a two-volume anthology of America's greatest newspaper columns, we occasionally argued over which pieces should be included. There was never a question about the need to include Hamill, who generously gave us a ton of time and advice and joined us on a book tour. It was a privilege to know him, share his work and follow in his footsteps, as today's smaller, smoke-free newsrooms continue to tell the stories of a great city, day by day. … [Read more...] about Pete Hamill: From high school dropout to legendary journalist
When you look at the average state poll that called cellphones, you see no sign that Trump is doing worse than in the early summer. In the average state poll in June, Biden outperformed Hillary Clinton's margin by 8 points. The margin was 8 points since July as well. This would translate to a 10-point Biden lead nationally. … [Read more...] about New polls suggest Trump’s position has stabilized