Political notes: City Council wants hearing on election issues, Raskin’s vegetarian option, Segal’s next delusion

A Maryland ballot dropbox was placed at the University of Maryland at Baltimore Community Engagement Center on West Baltimore Street for the June 2020 primary election. Photo by Hannah Gaskill.

The Baltimore City Council wants to meet with city and state elections officials to probe issues voters faced in casting ballots during the July 19 primary election.

The council advanced on Monday a resolution to invite the city’s elections director, Armstead Jones, as well as leadership at the State Board of Elections, to a meeting to “detail the cause of voting irregularities during the 2022 primary election, potential impacts these

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Which meal should be the heaviest

New Delhi: off course our body needs energy and for that we need food. Diet plays important role in our life but more than it is important to know the time and quantity in which it is to be consumed.

Some people suggest that your breakfast should be the heaviest while others recommend that the lunch should be the heaviest, different people have different say and today we will clear all the misconceptions related to it.

According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers found out that those who eat half of their daily calories

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Vegetarian sick after boyfriend’s sausage sprouts pig snout

She suffered from PTSD: Post traumatic sausage disorder.

A UK vegetarian’s attempt to cook meat for her boyfriend backfired horribly after one of the sausages seemingly sprouted a nose and ears like a pig. Photos of the aporkalytpic cooking disaster, slapped with the hashtag “traumatized,” are currently eliciting squeals of laughter across social media.

“I was so disgusted, I thought it was horrible,” Chrissie Anker, 21, told Kennedy News of the culinary calamity, which occurred while she was cooking sausage and chips for her boyfriend Joe and her daughter.

“I usually cook vegetarian food for him and our daughter every

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What Makes It A Nutritious One-Pot Meal

Ask any fitness freak and they’d tell you that they prefer something light and easy for dinner. This is because dinner is the last meal of the day and digesting a heavy meal in the night can be a tough task. In such cases, one needs something healthy, light and nutritious and that’s where soup comes into the picture. However, not just any soup, but a healthy bowl of ragi soup is what makes for a perfect dinner.

Also Read: Ragi Modak Named The Best Millet Recipe

Ragi is a healthy grain that is also considered to be a super

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How the Japanese Appetizer Salad Became a Staple Meal Starter

If you’ve ever been to a Japanese restaurant in America, you’ve experienced the pleasure of the pre-main course ritual. It starts with a piping hot bowl of miso soup and is completed with a small salad of some sort: shaved cabbage drowned in a creamy sesame glaze, crunchy iceberg lettuce topped with a chunky gingery miso sauce, or mixed greens tossed with slick wafu dressing.

You may have had a version of this at Spoon House Bakery and Restaurant, a wafu pasta establishment in Gardena, California with a famous “one dollar salad” that’s composed simply with lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, and

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