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Tonkatsu Tamafuji

This place is like dining in Japan if it wasn’t hot outside you wouldn’t know the difference.
Food is excellent ,service is great ! only thing I don’t like it is the parking but can find lots of street parking.
I will be back here again.

Biden transition OK’d to start as Trump runs out of options

The federal government recognized President-elect Joe Biden as the “apparent winner” of the Nov. 3 election, formally starting the transition of power after President Donald Trump spent weeks testing the boundaries of American democracy. Trump relented after suffering yet more legal and procedural defeats in his seemingly futile effort to overturn the election with baseless claims of fraud.

Jones, D. – NYG (QB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Daniel Jones, QB, New York Giants (6/23) Advice: There was a lot of hype for Daniel Jones in 2020 as a borderline starting Fantasy quarterback, but he failed to deliver in his sophomore campaign. Hopefully, things click for him in Year 3, but he’s only worth drafting in two-quarterback and Superflex leagues with a mid-round pick. In one-quarterback leagues, Jones could be a waiver-wire addition if things go right. The Giants are trying to help Jones this season by giving him new weapons in Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney, John Ross and Kyle Rudolph, and hopefully Saquon Barkley (knee) is back at 100 percent. Along with Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton and Evan Engram, this is the best receiving corps Jones will have during his tenure with the Giants. He has plenty to prove, and hopefully he delivers. He could emerge as a breakout Fantasy quarterback in 2021 — or this could be his last season as a starter for the Giants. (CBSSports.com)
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Pittman Jr., M. – Ind (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Michael Pittman, WR, Indianapolis Colts (6/23) Advice: Michael Pittman enters his second season as a potential breakout candidate and should be drafted around the ninth or 10th round in most leagues as the first Colts receiver off the board. As a rookie, Pittman earned the trust of the coaching staff immediately, playing 92% of the snaps in Week 2 and consistently playing 80% or more of the snaps after coming back from IR in Week 8. We saw glimpses of the second-rounder’s upside, especially with a five-catch, 90-yard performance in the Colts’ playoff loss to the Bills, and he may end up emerging as the top option for Carson Wentz in Year 2. Don’t draft Pittman expecting you’ll be able to rely on him as a starter for Week 1, but he’s an excellent depth piece with upside. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 7.01 — 11.01
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Born: October 5, 1997, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA

Adela’s Country Eatery

W…O…W, this place gave me a food coma. We were in Kailua for a Sunday afternoon and decided to pick up dinner. I told my husband let’s try Adela’s. He never heard of it but I’ve heard such wonderful reviews about Adela’s that I wanted to try.

CRISPY EGGPLANT TACOS WITH CILANTRO SAUCE

Eggplant | Eggs | Panko Crumbs | Cumin | Chili Powder | Salt | Avocado | Tomatoes | Cilantro | Garlic | Dijon Mustard | Honey | Limes | Parmesan Cheese | Olive Oil | Black Pepper

https://www.wsj.com/articles/chinas-rare-earths-quest-upends-greenlands-government-11617807839

China’s Greenland Ambitions Run Into Local Politics, U.S. Influence

China’s ambitions to develop a massive rare-earth mine has run into a maelstrom of local politics in a part of the world the U.S. considers vital to its national security interests.

The U.S., China and the European Union have been circling Greenland in recent years as they jockey for influence in a region undergoing transformation as a result of climate change. Warming temperatures and melting ice have opened up the possibility of new shipping routes in the Arctic Sea as well as resource extraction.

Malaysian Prawn Laksa

Onion | Laksa Paste | Garlic | Brown Soft Sugar | Fish Sauce | Tamarind Paste | Limes | Coconut Milk | Chicken Stock | Baby Spinach | King Prawns | Noodles | Black Pepper

Maximizing Cannabis Yields with Dr Bruce Bugbee

Dr. Bruce Bugbee gives a game-changing master class for cannabis growers on optimizing cardinal growth parameters to maximize yields (see below for time-stamps of topics). In the video he gives very specific recommendations for light levels, photo-periods, temperature, media, nutrients, humidity, and more. Bruce is a world-renowned professor and researcher at Utah State University’s Crop Physiology Lab, an ASA Fellow, president of Apogee Instruments, and is known for his extensive work with NASA plant growth systems. Bruce’s lab at USU received a license to research medical hemp in 2018 and has been conducting high-level research on strains and optimal cultivation methods to maximize CBD yields in hemp flower buds.

‘It’s turned crazy’: Inside the scramble for Trump pardons

President Donald Trump may not be willing to accept his term is ending, but as the clock ticks down on his time in office, hundreds of his allies — including some of his closest business associates and many high-profile criminals — are ramping up their efforts to squeeze out the final ounces of his presidential power.

Smith Jr., I. – Min (TE)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Irv Smith, TE, Minnesota Vikings (6/23) Advice: Irv Smith will be one of the favorite breakout candidates in the Fantasy Football industry this season. The 22-year-old will no longer share targets with Kyle Rudolph, which makes him draftable as early as Round 9 as a borderline top-10 tight end. While Smith took a small step forward in 2020, he could take a leap with consistent targets. Six times in his short career he’s received at least five targets in a game. In those games he averaged 11.6 PPR Fantasy points, which would have made him the No. 5 tight end in Fantasy last year. Don’t draft him that high, but he’s an excellent choice if you miss out on the top eight at the position. (CBSSports.com)

What did Jim Jordan know about the insurrection and when did he know it?

That fucking guy Jim Jordan. That son of a bitch,” Liz Cheney, a Republican congresswoman from Wyoming, told the chairman of the joint chiefs, Gen Mark Milley, about the Republican congressman from Ohio, according to I Alone Can Fix It, by Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker.

3. Michael Carter, North Carolina

Michael Carter is an American football running back for the New York Jets. He played college football at North Carolina. Highlights
Born: May 7, 1999 (age 21 years), Navarre, FL
Weight: 200 lb (91 kg)
Height: 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)

https://www.factcheck.org/2021/01/false-claim-of-no-flag-above-white-house/

False Claim of ‘No Flag’ Above White House

Before President Joe Biden’s inauguration, social media users shared a false claim that there was no flag flying over the White House — suggesting it was a sign that the military had taken control of the government. In fact, the flag was flying above the White House on Jan. 20, and Biden is president.

TUNA AND SESAME OMUSUBI (RICE BALLS)

I’m celebrating World Tuna Day with a quick and delicious recipe for tuna and sesame omusubi. Savory, sweet and nutty rice balls filled with crunchy and meaty ingredients – it’s simply delicious! Submit your recipe to win a VISA card or a trip to Fiji – read the post for more info.

Fantasy Football: Can Clyde Edwards-Helaire still be Andy Reid’s next great RB?

The Chiefs met just about every 2020 preseason expectation laid out for them besides their obvious trip up against the Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. Regular season record of 14-2? That’ll work. Two relatively easy AFC playoff wins? Check. First-team All Pro campaigns for Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill to go along with another MVP-worthy season from Patrick Mahomes? You bet.

For everyone other than the most devout Sammy Watkins and Mecole Hardman truthers, the only real “disappointment” for the 2020 Chiefs was the production of first-round RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire. This isn’t to suggest that CEH was bad: 1,100 total yards from scrimmage and five trips to the end zone in 13 games is good. However, the man boasted an average draft position as the PPR RB5 in fantasy land by the time last season eventually came around.

Milwaukee Dogs

Toasted Hard Roll | Butter | Spicy Mustard | Sweet Pickles | Sauerkraut

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