Bill Clinton Rejected Queen Elizabeth’s Tea To Eat Indian Food And ‘Be A Tourist’ In UK

Recently declassified documents by the United Kingdom have revealed how former US President Bill Clinton wanted to try out Indian food instead of having tea with Queen Elizabeth during his official state visit to UK in 1997. 

According to the documents, Mr Clinton had visited England to meet the newly elected Prime Minister Tony Blair at the time and turned down the offer of having tea with Queen Elizabeth because he wanted to go shopping and eat Indian food, reported CNN.

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TikTok’s ‘pasta chips’ trend turns the Italian dish into snackable finger food

Pasta chips are the latest TikTok food craze that’s putting a spin and crunch on the traditionally soft dish.

The viral food trend’s hashtag alone has racked up more than 364.3 million views on the popular video-sharing app, and verified TikTok creators have already given it their stamps of approval.

All it requires is boiled pasta, your preferred seasonings and oil, an airfryer or similar appliance or tool that can fry or bake, according to Feel Good Foodie – an American digital food media company created by Yumna Jawad.


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‘Snickles’ made of Snicker-stuffed pickles are a food trend

TikTokers are alternately relishing — or having a dill-emma about this new pickle trend.

As though air fryer pasta chips weren’t strange enough, TikTokers are now obsessing over “snickles,” a bizarre food trend in which people put together Snickers and pickles.

Snickles are pickles that have been cut in half and stuffed with a Snickers bar in the middle. The odd pairing has gained significant traction on TikTok though — the hashtag #snickle has amassed over 10.8 million views.

This trend has been around for a few years, but it has recently seen a jump in popularity. Back in 2018,

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These Are America’s Favorite Fast-Food Chains in 2021, New Data Says

One of the nation’s most telling indicators of customer restaurant satisfaction is in, and—especially in a time when the pandemic caused even the most health-conscious among us to retreat back to the good old drive-thru—this data reveals a lot about our tastes. Did your favorite fast food spot make the list? Some top picks were clear winners… while some that tumbled in popularity might surprise you.

This week, USA Today reported that the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) released its list of the best fast-food chains. How was “best” determined? The ACSI describes itself as an “economic indicator that measures

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Florida to pay $17.5 for improper reporting on food stamp benefits

Florida has agreed to pay $17.5 million to resolve allegations that go back a decade regarding improper claims involving the state’s administration of food stamps.

The U.S. Department of Justice on Monday announced the Florida Department of Children and Families agreed to the settlement over allegations that, starting in 2010, the state agency “injected bias” into its reporting about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, which reduce its error rate.

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Trending Headlines: Drought, markets, food prices & grasshoppers

This week’s Trending Headlines highlights the ongoing challenges facing ranchers in the western states including swarms of grasshoppers and increasing drought conditions. We also take a look at cattle markets and rising food and fuel prices. The blog wraps up with a look at Biden’s executive order to address competition in various industries, as well as an update on the farmer debt forgiveness program and the response from producers across the country.

1. “Cattle are competing against grasshoppers for food in the West’s historic drought. The bugs are winning.” by Rachel Ramirez for CNN

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