Home health care services are the ideal path for a sound recuperation. While remaining at home, the sentiment of moral obligation will consistently be there as loved ones will ever stop by demonstrating their help for the recouping. The recuperation could even be better than an ordinary emergency clinic stay because the administrations are one-on-one and not naturally broad assistance where specialists and medical attendants go through their patients with less close to home consideration. Picking home social insurance with other expert guidance guarantees that the individual recoups to the best of their capacity.

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Photo credit: jon11 – Getty Images

From Good Housekeeping

If you’ve ever seen a cooking competition show, you’ve likely heard the term sous vide, followed by seeing contestants putting food in vacuum-sealed bags. But there’s a bit more to the process than that.

Sous vide cooking allows you to cook food in a water bath at very steady temperatures, helping create your ideal meal. The food is vacuum-sealed in a bag or jar with seasonings and aromatics that infuse every bite with flavor, so it loses none as it cooks. The result is perfectly-cooked steaks, fresher-tasting vegetables and silky

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WESTWOOD, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 11: Selena Gomez attends the Premiere of Universal Pictures’ “Dolittle” at Regency Village Theatre on January 11, 2020 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Tibrina Hobson/FilmMagic)
WESTWOOD, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 11: Selena Gomez attends the Premiere of Universal Pictures’ “Dolittle” at Regency Village Theatre on January 11, 2020 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Tibrina Hobson/FilmMagic)

During early quarantine, many of us were cooking up a storm, finding creative ways to use pantry ingredients and a lot of time stuck inside. Now, many months in, inspiration has faded. Fear not, though, because Selena Gomez’s new quarantine cooking show will soon be streaming to get your motivated once again. Yesterday, the first trailer for the HBO Max show, which is officially titled Selena + Chef, dropped. As

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Photo credit: TikTok/Gordon Ramsay
Photo credit: TikTok/Gordon Ramsay

From Delish

Gordon Ramsay’s TikTok account is full of joyful things like him dancing with his daughter or reacting to audios of his own freak-outs, but these days, it’s mainly full of the TV chef’s bread and butter: telling people their cooking absolutely sucks. He’s been reacting to some home cooks’ creations lately and every one of his videos will make you glad you keep your cooking to yourself.

Gordon had previously roasted photos of peoples’ food on Twitter, and of course on TV, but now that he has taken his talents to TikTok, his

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A woman’s rice-cooking method has the internet — and even a few celebrities — up in arms.

The controversy comes courtesy of Nigel Ng, a Malaysian comedian with a popular YouTube channel. Ng shared a video in early July, in which he reacted to a BBC Food video of a woman cooking egg fried rice.

Portraying a comedic character named Uncle Roger, Ng freaks out while watching BBC Food presenter Hersha Patel cook the recipe. Particularly, he criticizes her decision to “drain” the rice after it’s done cooking.

“What is she doing? Oh my god. You’re killing me,

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Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/handout
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/handout

It’s been eons since early July, when athletes first arrived at the NBA bubble and started joking about poorly-lit photos of pasta. The gist of the mini media scandal was the food; namely, that it wasn’t fine dining. The whole ordeal had the trappings of a second Fyre Festival: very rich guys semi-stranded in less-than-luxury accommodations, forced to eat meals resembling summer camp fare in takeout containers.

The sob story later proved overblown. The pictured meals were only served during the 36-hour isolation period, arriving individually packaged in biodegradable containers, as many of the

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