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transtotals · an hour ago
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BlokForge Acquires Cryptouniverse to Expand Distribution of Bitcoin Mining Hardware in Europe – Blockchain News, Opinion, TV and Jobs
BlokForge Acquires Cryptouniverse to Expand Distribution of Bitcoin Mining Hardware in Europe – Blockchain News, Opinion, TV and Jobs
Crypto mining equipment and accessories company, BlokForge, has announced its acquisition of Cryptouniverse, a major online mining distributor for Europe. The business expansion will broaden Bitcoin mining on a global scale. This is good news for the digital coin, as China recently announced it will be clamping down on Crypto mining within China. The country currently accounts for more than 65%…
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afriendlypokealien · 3 hours ago
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Texas Monthly adds and updates approximately sixty restaurant listings to our Dining Guide each month. There’s limited space in the print issue, but the entire searchable guide to the best of Texas cuisine is at your fingertips online!
Below are a few highlights from the new restaurants reviewed in our June 2021 issue. Click “More Info” for further detail on each restaurant:
Houston
Yi Peng
Jett and Jira Hurapan have given CityCentre a sleek new Northern Thai option. Named after the floating lantern festival celebrated in Chiang Mai, Yi Peng recently provided us a meal worthy of a celebration. Dishes range from satays to curries to seafood, and many of the cocktails have a Thai twist. Order this to go: the pu krob: crispy, crunchy, and utterly delicious soft-shell crab. Also try the Three Flavor Ribs: twice cooked, deeply spiced, and topped with a tamarind-chile glaze. A generous helping of pad see ew, with its lovely tangle of rice noodles, tender beef, and sweet chiles, finished the evening. Happily, our gai yang, a Chiang Mai–style herbed and grilled half chicken, was almost as good the next day. Pro tip: Rely on your GPS, as CityCentre can be difficult to navigate. We had a bit of a wait curbside but eventually received an easy delivery to our trunk.
Thai
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pezonesnegros · 3 hours ago
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Dripping Springs
Le Vacher
A relative newcomer to Dripping Springs, this upscale bistro offers takeaway items from an abbreviated version of the main menu, with a few extras to boot. Order this to go: Wedges of roasted beets accompanied by an earthy walnut dukkah and dollops of goat cheese cream make for a delicious starter, as does the traditional salade verte with shaved radishes and a perky white wine vinaigrette. The Dirty Burger, which is prepared with a green peppercorn–coated patty, Emmenthaler cheese, a thick fried onion, and a dousing of au poivre sauce, is indeed “dirty”; we suggest a fork and knife for this indulgence. Pro tip: Brunch is served on the weekends, but only dinner is offered to go. Place your order early, as some items sell out quickly.
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afroavocadowitch · 3 hours ago
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Dallas
Catbird
Catbird nests just upstairs from Nine at the National, and chef Jeramie Robison oversees both venues at the glossy Thompson hotel, located in the landmark First National Bank Tower. Though Catbird is hidden away in an aerie high above downtown, a young, lively crowd has already discovered its arty, private-club ambience, spacious patios, and killer views. A carefully curated menu of small plates, tasteful wine selections, and knockout cocktails combine to make Catbird perfect for date night. Order this to go: Pair fabulous frites with medium-rare lamb chops, or choose the miso salmon with sushi rice on a bed of Little Gem lettuce. Pro tip: There’s a “business casual or nicer” dress code, so if you plan to stay onsite, feel free to dress up a bit. You can always pay for valet parking, but first check the west side of the block, on Field Street, for unmetered parallel parking.
New American
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