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Currently: roasting up the last bits of fresh tomato, big bell pepper, and red onion (👉🏼lightly coat with salt, pepper and olive oil, then roast at 425° F for 25 min). I’m planning on blending with scrap stock and ½ a can of cannellini beans, then stirring in the rest for a simple, nourishing lunch. These veg could also be chilled, then served over a salad or rice bowl, dressed with tahini/olive oil dressing or blended into a roasty pasta sauce! Every possibility; what are you lunching on today? #inmybowl



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Peanut butter cookies with a sprinkling of sea salt are just what this weekend c…

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Peanut butter cookies with a sprinkling of sea salt are just what this weekend calls for. The recipe is new on the blog! 💛 Recipe linked in my profile.
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Coronavirus Has Suspended Corona Beer Production in Mexico

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Constellation Brands, the U.S. distributor of Corona beer, can stop worrying about reported customer confusion between the novel coronavirus pandemic and its Mexican lager with a similar name. Grupo Modelo, which produces Corona and other beers in Mexico, announced that it will halt production in accordance with a government order to suspend all nonessential businesses in the country.

Corona — the beer — made headlines in late February, when a phone survey conducted by a public relations firm purported to show that many Americans had mistakenly associated the brand with COVID-19. 38 percent of respondents reportedly said they “would not buy Corona under any circumstances now.”

Constellation Brands, however, says sales of Corona were not affected by the virus in the U.S.. In fact, beer and all alcohol consumption in the U.S. is way up: beer, cider, and malt beverage purchases had increased by 42 percent, year over year, for the week ending March 21st.

All this to say that stories of coronavirus killing Corona beer were premature, but not altogether wrong.





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