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Tea leaves and brewed tea add unique flavors to variety of recipes

A new cookbook called “Steeped: Recipes Infused With Tea” proves that tea is much more than a beverage. Recipes include Earl Grey soba noodle salad, green tea sesame shortbread cookies and tomato soup that gets smoky flavor from lapsang souchong, a Chinese tea dried over smoldering wood.

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Aramark addresses food problems at Kauffman Stadium

The news conference included a tour of the main kitchen and a large concession stand. It highlighted several changes Aramark has made to avoid health code violations. The event came on the heels of a Friday night $1 hot dog promotion that turned into a public relations nightmare.

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Bob Berkebile and Joanne Collins: Benchmarking the energy use of Kansas City buildings makes sense

Bob Berkebile, a principal of BNIM Architects and co-chair of Kansas City’s Environmental Management Commission, and Joanne Collins, a former City Council member and chair of the city’s Climate Protection Steering Committee, write: The Kansas City region has an opportunity to create local jobs, help protect our health and save money. How? By enacting a benchmarking ordinance that would measure energy usage of large buildings and report the findings.

 
 

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