Me and my boyfriend were looking up recipes for home made fish and chips and got on the topic of how we never see fried, battered salmon. Just curious if it’s because we’ve never looked for it or if it’s just not a thing.
Edit: Oh wow! I didn’t expect so many responses! Thanks to everyone who answered my question. I was honestly thinking maybe it was where it was a fattier fish, but little did I know it’s so common in so many places!
I've never done it before and I actually enjoyed it. Hate using the dynamo roller but fun. Is it weird that this games makes me feel child like? I'm old lol
David Stern did some good things in his time as Commissioner of the NBA but this move here is really bizarre. The rationale behind it is that the NBA was trying to eliminate the "thug culture" which is honestly just hilarious to look at now. I know it's pretty weird to post this now but it seemed like a crazy fact worth sharing. Here is another quote of how it was justified at the time.
"There are rules, just as there are rules with other parts of our game," NBA deputy commissioner Russ Granik told ESPN.com's Darren Rovell. "It just seems like this year, there has been laxity on the part of some of the teams."
I sure hope this isn't going to be encouraging schools to open back up in person..
I see in my local Facebook groups, everyone wants their kids back, but I can't figure out if that's a vocal minority or if we're overreacting with our 3 boys. They haven't visited anyone outside of our household. The 5 of us have been sheltering in place since March, despite none of us being presumably high risk.