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What Is the Next Chapter of the Unstoppable Tinned Fish Trend?

In 2018, I wrote an article for Garage magazine about the increasing prevalence of tinned fish in New York restaurants. It was a trend I was delighted to witness, for one very simple reason: I love tinned fish. (In fact, as someone who appreciates the importance of omega-3 fatty acids and hates doing dishes, I basically subsist on it.) It can be a chic and toothsome appetizer, or something that you pull from the pantry to liven up your favorite pasta dish. When you get snowed in at your apartment, and there’s nothing fresh left in the house, what could be better than a beautifully patterned can of Portuguese conservas? It’s versatile, eco-friendly, and most importantly of all, delicious—and yet even I could never have foreseen the tinned fish mania that has gripped the world in 2022.
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World Cup's 101 Most Memorable Moments: Ronaldo's hat-trick vs. Spain

Editor's note: Each day between now and the kickoff of the first match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup on Nov. 20, we'll unveil a different memory from World Cup history. The countdown from 101 continues with Ronaldo's ridiculous hat-trick vs. Spain. Three games had been played by the time...
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Hispanic Heritage: New Orleans’ relationship with Latin America in the 1960s

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — Many people think of New Orleans as a French city, but don’t know how close the city once was to the Hispanic regions of Central and South America. The political and commercial relationship between New Orleans and Latin America was strongest in the 1960s, and only a glimpse of that relationship remains.
NEW ORLEANS, LA
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