Top 5 must-try exotic summer salads

There is no respite from the summer heat, at least for the coming few month, and it is natural to look options for light meals. And what could be better than some fresh, easy to make and healthy salads. We bring you 5 colorful salads that top our list of DIY recipes for summer meals. By including a variety of seasonal ingredients, they are a nutritional powerhouse. #1 Raw papaya, runner beans, shallots & coriander leaf with cracked peanuts & burnt chili  From Lodi The Garden Restaurant “This salad goes…

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You Can Get A Wendy’s Frosty For Less Than A Dollar All Summer

On humid, smoking-hot summer days, there’s nothing better than ice cream. And while freakshakes and unicorn cones are all the rage right now, sometimes you just want an OG treat that doesn’t require standing in line for half an hour in a sea of Instagrammers. Enter good ol’ Wendy’s Frosty’s. The fast food restaurant is making our summer even better by offering 50-cent small Frosty’s at participating locations, Brand Eating reports. Both chocolate and vanilla flavors are included. Though there’s no end specific date, the deal is said to run throughout the summer. A small Frosty usually costs $1,…

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Nigel Slater’s light summer recipes

  If there is a theme running through this summer’s cooking it is that of yogurt and its strained and lightly salted cousin labneh. At breakfast, I prefer the wake-up-call sharpness of sheep’s milk yoghurt, often with a glowing puree of alphonso mango and a lightly sweetened compote of blueberries or blackcurrants. Used as replacement for some of the cream in a fruit fool, the refreshingly acidic notes of goat’s milk yogurt flatters the flavours of apricots, strawberries and raspberries, as well as making the dessert less rich. Homemade labneh,…

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Summer Special: 4 Delicious Ways to Beat the Heat in Delhi

Summer 2017 is getting really hot, but don’t let it dampen your food-loving spirit. With various restaurants and eateries offering refreshing summer-inspired dishes to tantalise your tastebuds this season as well as keep your system cool , you have more reasons to head out and indulge than let the heat get the best of you. And by this if you thought we were referring to living only on salads and iced beverages for the entire season, you are in for a big surprise. Delhi folks, go on and make the…

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8 summer superfoods you MUST include in your diet

1. Must have foods in summers Summer, especially in India is not only scorching but dehydrating too, which makes it very important to maintain a well-balanced diet with the right kind of food. Below is the list of some superfoods recommended by Celebrity Nutritionist and Dietician Manisha Mehta that must be incorporated into the diet in summers to ‘cool off’ the heat. 2. Mint These leaves contain good amounts of iron, calcium, vitamin C, vitamin A and magnesium. So this should be added to your list of summer must-haves. 3….

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Instant Pot Watermelon Rinds Are the Snack of the Summer

You’re throwing away the best part of the watermelon, and I’d like to help you out here. Not just to minimize the waste you’re discarding willy-nilly into the world, but also because I would like to be the person who introduces you to your new favorite warm weather snack: spicy Instant Pot watermelon rind pickles. Of course I didn’t invent watermelon rind pickles; they’re a mostly Southern and Indian condiment that’s been around since time immemorial. But most recipes tend to be pretty sugar or oil-laden and call for stovetop…

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White House looking for health-care vote this summer, tax reform in fall

  The White House is hoping to kick-start its stalled legislative agenda with congressional action on health-care reform this summer that will clear the way for lawmakers to begin work on a major tax bill after the Sept. 4 Labor Day holiday, an administration official said on Monday. Senate Republicans will vote on their version of health-care reform legislation before lawmakers’ August recess, White House Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short said. The House of Representatives passed a bill in May. “There’s been a lot of discussions with staff,” Short…

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What to Wear to Any Summer Job Interview, From Fashion to Finance

Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, Vogue, May 2013 Apartment hunting in New York is especially brutal in June for the same reason every bar suddenly has a long line outside: the yearly flood of new graduates. More than one million bright-eyed 22-year-olds just picked up their college diplomas and are officially on the job hunt. If you’re one of them, we don’t doubt that your resume is spotless and you’ve nailed your elevator pitch. But what are you going to wear? College prepares you for a lot of things, but, after…

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Barnsley’s school summer holidays cut by council

A council has announced a cut in the school summer holidays to under five weeks, bringing criticism from some parents and teachers. Barnsley Council in South Yorkshire announced term dates for academic year 2017-18 with a shorter summer break. There will be a longer school holiday at October half-term. Nick Bowen, principal of Horizon College, said the cut would “lead to difficulties in recruitment and retention of really good staff”. Councillor Tim Cheetham said: “The main differences to this year’s dates from previous years will support educational outcomes for pupils…

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