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Slowly, the world is coming of its pandemic-induced economic slowdown, making headway in recovery efforts. Experts within the real estate industry gathered virtually on Wed., May 12 to discuss a new report on how several factors—such as shutdowns, job losses and societal shifts—will impact the U.S. housing market.
(TNS)—”When I cook vegetables today, my goal is to showcase their natural flavors and qualities, so simplicity is key,” writes chef Eric Ripert in his newly published cookbook, “Vegetable Simple.”
Simple has certainly been a defining element in my manner of cooking in the past 13-plus months, but sometimes, those preparations don’t produce results that are beautiful to behold. The vegetable dishes that Ripert shares from his repertoire are as artful as they are easy.