By Martha Cheng, Washington Post Published 10:12 am CDT, Monday, April 1, 2019 Spicy Ahi poke bowl Spicy Ahi poke bowl Photo: Stacy Zarin Goldberg / For The Washington Post Photo: Stacy Zarin Goldberg / For The Washington Post Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Spicy Ahi poke bowl Spicy Ahi poke bowl Photo: Stacy Zarin Goldberg / For The Washington Post How to make simple and delicious poke at home just like the Hawaiians do 1 / 3 Back to Gallery Frankly, I don’t know why poke, Hawaii’s raw fish salad, took so long to become popular outside of the Islands. Sushi and ceviche, other raw seafood preparations, have long been popular on the mainland while poke has … [Read more...] about How to make simple and delicious poke at home just like the Hawaiians do
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KHLOE Kardashian looked stony-faced as she was pictured for the first time after Jordyn Woods' shocking Red Table interview. The 34-year-old reality star previously lashed out at Jordyn for the chat, branding the 21-year-old model a "liar" for claiming that she didn't "hook up with" Tristan Thompson. Khloe was spotted making a low-key exit from a studio after the interview aired, keeping her eyes covered in a pair of oversized sunglasses. The star was dressed down in black gym leggings and an oversized black hoodie, holding onto a pink handbag. She kept her make-up natural and left her short blonde hair loose around her shoulders. Earlier this evening, Khloe took to her Twitter page to hit back at Jordyn's interview - insisting that she hadn't privately contacted her. She wrote: "Why are you lying @jordynwoods ?? If you’re going to try and save yourself by going public, INSTEAD OF CALLING ME PRIVATELY TO APOLOGIZE FIRST, at least be HONEST about your story. "BTW, You ARE the … [Read more...] about Khloe Kardashian looks stony-faced after blasting ‘liar’ Jordyn Woods for trying to save herself after destroying her family
By Sergio Chapa, Houston Chronicle Updated 5:32 am CST, Friday, February 15, 2019 Houston marine terminal operator Moda Midstream is looking to break into the liquefied petroleum gas export market. Housed in metallic spheres, liquefied natural gases such as propane and butane can be exporter from the company's facility in Ingleside, Texas. less Houston marine terminal operator Moda Midstream is looking to break into the liquefied petroleum gas export market. Housed in metallic spheres, liquefied natural gases such as propane and butane can be exporter ... more Photo: Sergio Chapa / Houston Cronicle Photo: Sergio Chapa / Houston Cronicle Image 1 of / 5 Caption Close Image 1 of 5 Houston marine terminal operator Moda Midstream is looking to break into the liquefied petroleum gas … [Read more...] about Houston company seeks to make Port of Corpus Christi alternative LPG export hub
Jeanine Matlow Special to The Detroit News Published 6:28 PM EST Jan 10, 2019 If you have some holiday money burning a hole in your pocket, why not spend it on your home? Whether your total comes to $50, $500 or $5,000, there are plenty of ways to renew your rooms. Get some guidance from local pros that show it doesn’t take a major investment to make a statement. According to Sarah Macklem, a home stylist, blogger and owner of The Yellow Cape Cod in Grand Blanc who provides affordable e-design services, enhancing your home doesn’t have to break the bank. The internet can be a treasure trove of inspiration for home improvement projects at all budget levels, adds Macklem who is considered a social media influencer through her online presence on sites like Pinterest. “It can be a wonderful tool to help you decide which projects you want to hire out and which projects you want to try on your own,” she says. With a budget of $5,000, you should have … [Read more...] about $50, $500, $5,000: Update your home on any budget
Question: The oak flooring in my post-and-beam house was installed in 1988 and has not been properly cleaned in at least 15 years. Otherwise, it’s in great condition. The flooring is 3½-inch, tongue-and-groove, solid oak planks stained golden oak and finished with a water-based sealer. I have washed some areas using mild soap and water, but I am hesitant to continue without some direction. How should I proceed? Do I follow the same advice on cleaning the posts and beams throughout the house?Answer: Because your floors have stayed in good condition for 15 years, it’s likely the wood was coated with an actual finish, probably an acrylic, not just a sealer. When the finish is intact, that’s what you clean: the plastic coating, not the underlying wood. Sometimes the finish wears through, so dirt collects in the wood itself. Then, no matter how much you scrub or what product you use, the floor never really looks clean. The only option in that case is to remove what … [Read more...] about My wood floors haven’t been properly cleaned in 15 years. How can I bring them back to life?