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What's The Difference Between Picante And Salsa?

Sometimes, the best part of a particular dish is the sauce. But why are sauces even used in cooking? According to Britannica, sauces are used to "provide flavor, moisture, and a contrast in texture and color." Just imagine a burger without the sauce – it probably wouldn't be nearly as popular as it is. And in the world of food, there are many types of different sauces. The most famous ones are the five French mother sauces that were created by chef Auguste Escoffier. Those include béchamel, velouté, Espagnole, hollandaise, and tomato sauce, and you've probably tasted or made at least a few of them (via Healthline).
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LIST | 11 things to do in Atlanta this weekend: Dec. 9 – 11

ATLANTA — Happy Friday, Atlanta!. There are only a few weeks to secure gifts, and Atlanta has you covered with several markets still taking place all over the metro. Aside from gift-giving, there are several events to get you in the holiday spirit with cookie decorating, a mall hot chocolate crawl and a silent disco ice skating event.
ATLANTA, GA
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All About Piloncillo — What You Should Know About the Latin American Staple Ingredient

Most people know that sugar comes in all sorts of different flavors, shades, and textures. The most common form of sugar in the United States is probably the very fine, sparkly, white granules we add to coffee or cake batter. There is also super-rich light and dark brown sugar, coarse demerara sugar, and golden caster sugar. And then there is piloncillo, an unrefined cane sugar found throughout Latin America.
lonelyplanet.com

7 of the best beaches in Belize

Calm Caribbean waters protected by the second largest barrier reef in the world, consistently warm weather that basically begs you to cool off in the water, and a long list of coastal villages each with their own seaside charm: Belize has basically everything a beach lover is looking for. Except...
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SWLA’s Love Of Litigation

One of the contributing factors to Louisiana’s high auto insurance rates is litigation. You can’t turn on the TV without seeing an ad from a lawyer claiming to “get you what you deserve.” Some people throw around the phrase “I will sue you” just to leverage power over someone. Others sue as a get rich quick scheme, which almost always benefits the lawyer more than the client.
LAKE CHARLES, LA
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Team teaching is breaking the mold of high school education

MESA, Ariz. — There are plenty of negative trends showing up in education across the country. Student test scores are down and teachers are leaving the profession in droves. But, there is positive change happening too. There is a new kind of classroom that’s hoping to make school more engaging for teachers and students.
MESA, AZ
Harvard Health

University Consortium on Afro-Latin American Studies announced

The Afro-Latin American Research Institute at the Hutchins Center is partnering with five institutions to establish the University Consortium on Afro-Latin American Studies after receiving a $1.7 million grant from the Ford Foundation. The consortium, which will be led by Professor Alejandro de la Fuente, was announced at the commencement of the ALARI Second Continental Conference on Afro-Latin American Studies on Wednesday.
US News and World Report

Amid Coup, Countercoup Claims – What Really Went Down in Peru and Why?

Peru has a new president following the ouster of former leader Pedro Castillo at the hands of the country’s Congress. His removal followed an attempt by Castillo to cling to power by dissolving a Congress intent on impeaching him. Castillo’s opponents accused him of attempting a coup – a charge his supporters similarly levied in regards to his removal from office. The day ended with the former president in detention.
crowdfundinsider.com

Dublin based Regtech Fenergo Appoints Compliance Exec to Lead Regional Strategy in Americas

Fenergo, a compliance solutions provider, announced the appointment of former SunTrust (Truist) compliance executive Tracy Moore as Director of Strategy in the Americas. Moore will “oversee the development and execution of business strategy across Fenergo’s operations in North America, including those in the United States and Canada, and Latin American.”
apaonline.org

APA announces Fall 2022 prize winners

The American Philosophical Association is pleased to announce the following 14 prizes for the second half of 2022. APA prizes recognize many areas of philosophy research by philosophers at various career stages, as well as the teaching of philosophy and public philosophy. For more details about the winners and prizes, please visit the 2022 APA Prizes: Fall Edition page. Congratulations to all!
soundsandcolours.com

Features of Growing Kratom in Latin America

What are the kratom growing zones in Latin America, and what does it take to cultivate the plant?. Most of the supplement comes from the deep jungles of Thailand and Malaysia. That may change, and manufacturers might soon derive the ingredients for Maeng Da kratom pills from Mitragyna speciosa plants grown in Latin America.
mountainviewtoday.ca

Foothills Community Immigrant Services, Town partner on project to welcome newcomers

Foothills Community Immigrant Services (FCIS) and the Town of Okotoks want to encourage newcomers to come, stay and feel welcome in the community. The Welcoming Okotoks Project aims to do just that by helping to develop the capacity and readiness of the community to support, welcome and retain immigrants through various initiatives.
kalkinemedia.com

LATAM POLITICS TODAY-Lula taps close ally as Brazil's next finance minister

Dec 9 (Reuters) - The latest in Latin American politics today:. Lula taps close ally as Brazil's next finance minister. BRASILIA - When Brazilian President-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was barred from running for office four years ago, he turned to one of his most trusted allies to take up the banner of his Workers Party (PT) in the 2018 presidential race.
thestkittsnevisobserver.com

SKN PM Dr. Drew Congratulates Dominican Prime Minister on Historic Election Victory

Prime Minister of St. Kitts/Nevis, Dr. Terrance Drew has written to the leader of the Dominica Labour Party (DLP) Roosevelt Skerrit congratulating him on his general election victory and praising him for his political success over the years and his contribution to his country and the region. Skerrit led his...
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