The JungleMay 21, 2019
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Price: $34.95
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The JungleMay 21, 2019
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Price: $40.00 - $25.03
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In her latest cookbook, Deborah Madison, America’s leading authority on vegetarian cooking and author of Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone, reveals the surprising relationships between vegetables, edible flowers, and herbs within the same botanical families, and how understanding these connections can help home cooks see everyday vegetables in new light.
 
For over three decades, Deborah Madison has been at the vanguard of the vegetarian cooking movement, authoring classic books on the subject and emboldening millions of readers to cook simple, elegant, plant-based food.

This groundbreaking new cookbook is Madison’s crowning achievement: a celebration of the diversity of the plant kingdom, and an exploration of the fascinating relationships between vegetables, edible flowers, herbs, and familiar wild plants within the same botanical families.

Destined to become the new standard reference for cooking vegetables, Vegetable Literacy shows cooks that, because of their shared characteristics, vegetables within the same family can be used interchangeably in cooking. It presents an entirely new way of looking at vegetables, drawing on Madison’s deep knowledge of cooking, gardening, and botany. For example, knowing that dill, chervil, cumin, parsley, coriander, anise, lovage, and caraway come from the umbellifer family makes it clear why they’re such good matches for carrots, also a member of that family. With more than 300 classic and exquisitely simple recipes, Madison brings this wealth of information together in dishes that highlight a world of complementary flavors. Griddled Artichokes with Tarragon Mayonnaise, Tomato Soup and Cilantro with Black Quinoa, Tuscan Kale Salad with Slivered Brussels Sprouts and Sesame Dressing, Kohlrabi Slaw with Frizzy Mustard Greens, and Fresh Peas with Sage on Baked Ricotta showcase combinations that are simultaneously familiar and revelatory.

Inspiring improvisation in the kitchen and curiosity in the garden, Vegetable Literacy—an unparalleled look at culinary vegetables and plants—will forever change the way we eat and cook.Ten Speed Press



The JungleMay 21, 2019
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Royal Caribbean has announced plans for a $165 million revitalization project on Oasis of the Seas, marking the first Oasis-class ship to undergo renovations as part of the cruise line’s $1 billion Royal Amplified fleet enhancement program. Plans call for a reimagined, Caribbean-inspired pool deck with a Splashaway Bay kids’ aqua park and The Lime & Coconut bar; Music Hall, a venue first introduced on the line’s Quantum-class ships; the Perfect Storm trio of water slides; and the Ultimate Abyss, billed as the tallest slide of its type at sea. 

The renovations will also add the cruise line’s first barbecue concept, Portside BBQ, and the dedicated karaoke venue Spotlight Karaoke

The newly renovated ship will debut November 24, 2019, after a 63-day modernization project, sailing out of Royal Caribbean’s new Terminal A in PortMiami on a program of seven-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries. In May 2020, the ship will reposition to New York City, becoming the largest cruise ship ever to sail from the New York area. The ship will sail from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey, on seven-night itineraries to the Bahamas, with visits to the cruise line’s newly revamped private island destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay

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The reimagined Pool and Sports Zone on the top deck will get a number of additions, including the 10-story Ultimate Abyss dry slide, as well as The Perfect Storm, a trio of multistory waterslides known as Typhoon, Cyclone and Supercell. There will also be a new Splashaway Bay for kids, with a Splash Pad for tots, three waterslides, water cannons, fountains, pools and twin drench buckets. These additions will join the ship’s already existing twin FlowRider surf simulators, nine-deck-high zip line and twin rock-climbing walls. 

At the center of the top deck will be a new, Caribbean-style pool area, with an outpost of the signature bar The Lime & Coconut. The bar will be open day and night, serving up poolside cocktails, DJs and live music across two locations. Royal Caribbean has said that the pool area will also have a larger variety of seating and shade, including casitas, daybeds, hammocks and swing seats, as well as new whirlpools on the top deck and a refreshed Solarium for adults. 

Portside BBQ

New Dining and Entertainment Options

The project will also add the cruise line’s first-ever barbecue restaurant, Portside BBQ, serving a menu inspired by barbecue across the United States, plus classic sides. Grab-and-go fare will be available from El Local Fresh, serving made-to-order tacos and burritos, quesadillas, mini salads and salsas. The Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade will anchor the lineup in the Boardwalk neighborhood, showing off 80 big-screen TVs, tabletop games, arcade classics, tournaments, an Owner’s Box VIP room, bar fare and beer. Sugar Beach will sell more than 220 types of candy, and it will also include a new walk-up ice cream window. These venues will join the already-existing Chops Grille, Giovanni’s Table and Izumi

For nights out, the new Spotlight Karaoke on the Royal Promenade will offer budding singers a chance to rock out on either the main stage or in one of two private rooms. The live venue Music Hall, which first debuted on Quantum of the Seas, will make its Oasis-class debut, offering a roster of live cover bands, a dance floor, pool tables and intimate loungers across two levels. Finally, another Quantum-class favorite will join the ship, the Bionic Bar, serving cocktails courtesy of two robotic bartenders. Remaining onboard will be Boleros, Schooner Bar, Blaze Nightclub & Comedy and English pub Atlas & Globe

New for Families

The renovations will also extend to the ship’s spaces for babies, kids and teens, adding technology designed to offer interactive and personalized experiences. The Adventure Ocean area will receive a total makeover, with newly designed areas organized by activity type. Returning offerings include a nursery for the youngest travelers and a specialized area with programming for kids three to five years old. The ship’s teen hangout will have a “hidden” entrance, a gaming lounge, movies, music and a new outdoor deck. 

Other new activities will include a new glow-in-the-dark laser tag game, Clash for the Crystal City, plus the new Royal Escape Room – Mission Control: Apollo 18, which tasks travelers with launching Apollo 18 to the moon by solving a series of mind-bending puzzles. The ship’s ice skating and mini-golf areas will remain onboard. 

The renovations are part of the cruise line’s Royal Amplified fleet modernization effort, which will invest $1 billion across 10 ships in four years. 

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The JungleMay 21, 2019
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Cardi B

Pulls Out of Concert …

Plastic Surgery Taking a Toll

5/21/2019 11:48 AM PDT

EXCLUSIVE

11:48 AM PT — Cardi’s team tells TMZ … “Cardi says she’s very disappointed and hates to let her fans down, but she wants to reassure them that she’ll see them in September!”

10:20 AM PT — Event organizers have announced the makeup date is September 8.

Cardi B is backing out of a Memorial Day Weekend concert in Maryland, and TMZ has learned it’s all because of some serious fallout from her recent cosmetic surgeries. 

Cardi was set to headline the 92Q Spring Bling Festival this Friday night in Baltimore, but now it’s been postponed because she’s gotta pull out. Sources close to the rapper tell us … CB needs to recover from her recent liposuction and breast augmentation.

We’re told it’s gotten so bad, she simply can’t perform — a move her doctors had encouraged, telling Cardi she needs time to let the swelling go down and for her body to fully recover. Doctors are recommending a couple of weeks of R & R.

Cardi’s been extremely open about recently deciding to undergo the procedures after giving birth to baby Kulture

Going under the knife didn’t stop Cardi from working her ass off … until now.

She recently performed at Rolling Loud in Miami and was twerking non-stop in L.A. at the launch party for her Fashion Nova clothing line

Cardi told the crowd at her May 5 concert in Memphis she should have canceled because “moving too much is going to f*** up my lipo” … but she rocked the house anyway.  

Our Cardi sources tell us the surgeries are finally catching up to her … and the heavy workload proved to be too much, too soon. 

Get well soon!!!

Originally published — 9:51 AM PT

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The JungleMay 21, 2019
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Zion Williamson is already learning what it’s like to be part of the NBA media machine.

The Duke star’s old comments from a Home Team Hoops documentary resurfaced after New Orleans won the 2019 NBA Draft lottery – and caused quite a stir. Multiple outlets reported Williamson, who was 16 years old at the time, saying that Pelicans forward Anthony Davis and Wizards guard John Wall turned him down when he asked for autographs. Not a great look for either guy.

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Here’s the problem: That’s not what Williamson said.

He explained that he always wanted to meet players like Davis and Wall, and it would have hurt his feelings if they had decided not to sign autographs for fans. (The key word there is “if.”)

“Jaylen Brown, Stanley Johnson, John Wall, Anthony Davis. I would always dream of meeting them or getting to go see them play in high school, but I never had the chance,” Williamson said. “But I always told myself, ‘I work hard enough, maybe I can get in that type of spotlight.’ …

“I try to sign every kid’s autograph because I don’t want to turn a little kid down because I know it will hurt him. Because it would hurt me if someone like Anthony Davis, John Wall turned me down. So I try to sign everybody’s.”

Sure, Zion vs. AD is a lot more interesting as a headline, but the actual quote is harmless. Williamson comes off as a humble, hard-working kid in the documentary, so calling out NBA All-Stars would be more than a little out of character for him.

You can watch the full Home Team Hoops video below. Williamson’s comments about signing autographs come around the 4:45 mark.

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The JungleMay 21, 2019
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) – EU antitrust regulators will decide by June 27 whether to clear U.S. tech giant International Business Machines Corp’s $34 billion bid for software company Red Hat.

The deal, IBM’s biggest, will help the company expand into subscription-based software offerings. IBM said on Tuesday it had sought EU approval the previous day. The European Commission confirmed the request.

Founded in 1993, Red Hat specializes in Linux operating systems, the most popular type of open-source software, an alternative to proprietary software made by Microsoft Corp.

The EU competition enforcer can either clear the deal with or without conditions or it can open a full-scale investigation.

U.S. regulatory authorities approved the deal without demanding concessions earlier this month.

Reporting by Foo Yun Chee; editing by David Evans

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The JungleMay 21, 2019
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The JungleMay 21, 2019
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Note: Due to differences in computer monitors display, there can be color variations between the actual product and your screen.

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The JungleMay 21, 2019
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21 Savage

Good Luck to Kodak, But …

The ‘Law is the Law’

5/21/2019 7:07 AM PDT

EXCLUSIVE

21 Savage is shooting down any theory the so-called “hip-hop cops” are behind a rash of rapper arrests — himself included — and instead says … some rappers just ain’t too bright when it comes to the law.

Savage was leaving TAO Monday night in Hollywood and we asked if he had any advice for Kodak Black, who’s been in federal custody since his arrest at Rolling Loud more than a week ago. Savage immediately made it clear his situation is NOT the same as Kodak’s and, his bigger point — “The law is the law. You break the law, you gotta deal with the consequences.”

You gotta see the clip, because the ATL rapper seemed to dismiss any talk of law enforcement setting up rappers, and instead said … some people are just stupid, and they gotta own up to it when they are.  

It is true, however … his and Kodak’s cases aren’t the same deal.

TMZ broke the story … the feds say fingerprints, car rental records and ballistics all point to Kodak’s involvement in a Florida shooting. Meanwhile, Savage is dealing with a pending immigration issue that could potentially end with his deportation to the UK.

Kodak’s looking at hard time in a federal prison. At worst, Savage will be rich and chilling in London.

Just sayin’ …

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The JungleMay 21, 2019
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Portland Trail Blazers fans fell in love all over again with their team this season, from the breathtaking performances of their star guards to the toughness of their role players to the mere presence of their wounded center in the playoffs.

The end against the Golden State Warriors was bitter. Even as they admired watching the champs work, all in the Rose City will mutter, “they could’ve been up 2-1, you know” for years into the future. Nonetheless, despite the sweep, it was an inspired playoff run that generally warmed the region.

After decompression, though, there are going to be a few possibly stressful issues that will confront the organization.

At the heart is this: There’s a queue of Blazers who are in line to be paid, and it isn’t clear if ownership will foot the bill or even keep the team.

Among those who are in position for an extension are Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, coach Terry Stotts and maybe even president of basketball operations Neil Olshey. Then there are free agents Al-Farouq Aminu, Rodney Hood, Enes Kanter, Seth Curry and Jake Layman.

Last Oct. 15, just three days before the start of the season, longtime Blazers owner Paul Allen died. This was a devastating blow to the entire Pacific Northwest, where Allen wasn’t just a billionaire owner of the Blazers and Seattle Seahawks but a philanthropist and businessman who positively affected the lives of many.

Allen had been sick with cancer, but his passing was still disorienting because he’d beaten the disease before. Just two weeks before his death, he had announced that the cancer had returned and that doctors were optimistic he’d see good results from treatment.

His sister Jody Allen is the lone heir to his massive estate, making her the Blazers owner now. She has not shown a great interest in the team and didn’t attend a game until April, when she came to see the team break a long-forgotten 10-game playoff losing streak. The franchise is being led day-to-day by vice chairman Bert Kolde, Paul Allen’s close friend and business associate who has held the role since 1988.

Paul Allen ran the Blazers like a fan, pouring in money over the years. He spent more than $100 million on luxury taxes alone, an outsized number for a small market like Portland. He loved the draft and bought so many draft picks over the years that it contributed to the NBA capping the amount teams could spend to purchase them.

Though he’d become more judicious with his spending over the past decade, the team had the league’s fourth-highest payroll this season at more than $130 million, not including a $15 million luxury-tax charge.

But it’s unclear if Jody Allen will authorize future spending deep into the luxury tax. Those in the organization have been told there are no changes planned in the short term but there’s been little offered beyond that. There is a possibility the team could be prepared to be put on the market, and typically that might mean controlling payroll.

A number of players’ contracts expire in 2020, when the team’s books would potentially be cleaned up (especially if they have a quiet summer).

In the coming days, Lillard will officially be named to the All-NBA team for the second straight season, making him eligible for a supermax contract extension. A bona fide in-his-prime superstar, he’s under contract until 2021.

Stars like James Harden, Russell Westbrook and John Wall were in this position and extended their deals two years ahead of free agency. If the Blazers offer — and all signs point toward them doing so, though there would be deal points to negotiate — Lillard will be able to add four years and about $191 million to his contact starting July 1. That would put him under contract for the next six seasons for a total of $221 million, a deal that will likely finish out his prime.

However, Lillard has the option of waiting a season because he will now be eligible to sign a supermax in the summer of 2020 as well. At that time, he’d be in position to add five years and $247 million to his deal to create a six-year, $277 million deal that would project to be the richest in NBA history.

You can see the difference in the numbers that waiting a year would make. With uncertain ownership, you could make a case that he should wait. That said, Lillard is at ease with the ownership and is open to extending this summer, sources said. Soon to be 29, Lillard has expressed an interest in locking himself in, as he and his family are settled in Portland.

McCollum also can extend this summer. Like Lillard, he has two years and $57 million left on his contract. The Blazers could offer McCollum three years and up to $114 million in an extension. This is a big decision for both sides because McCollum could make significantly more if he waits but it’s also the kind of outlay that would take a major commitment from ownership long term.

Elsewhere, Olshey did a fantastic job putting the team together this season, but he’s not likely going to be able to keep it. With the Blazers already over the cap for next season, they will be limited players in free agency, even before ownership directives are clear. Complicating matters further, they don’t have full rights on Curry, Hood or Kanter and will likely only have the $5.7 million taxpayer midlevel to use.

The Blazers may try to ease their salary situation by moving Meyers Leonard, who’s had some moments in these playoffs, but they’ve been trying that one for years now and no one has been too interested.

Meanwhile, Stotts has one year left on his contract. He reportedly preferred to land an extension last summer but after a disappointing performance in the playoffs in 2018, it was not granted. One of the league’s longest-tenured coaches, he’s earned security. So, perhaps, has Olshey, who has two years left on his deal.

There are a lot of decisions to be made. But ultimately the Blazers are going to retain their best players and there’s optimism that Jusuf Nurkic is already recovering well from his terrible broken leg. It’s been easy to forget how much they accomplished without him.

With the face of the West maybe changing as Kevin Durant decides on free agency, they are well positioned to remain among the contenders next year.

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