Offbeat beyond Burger & Bratwurst: This food can (and should) barbecue
Burger Lovers Need to Try This Short Rib Recipe
Growing up in Busan, South Korea, Bobby Yoon ate his fair share of fast food hamburgers. “I love American cheeseburgers,” says Yoon, owner of Yoon Haeundae Galbi in Midtown Manhattan. But the burgers he ate as a kid weren’t quite what you’d find in the U.S. “In Korea, there’s one burger franchise called Lotteria and they make a bulgogi burger,” says Yoon. The sandwich uses the traditional Korean marinated beef instead of a ground beef patty. “And McDonald’s in Korea actually started making a bulgogi burger, too, because the other [chain] was so successful.
Which age groups use social media most intense, in which federal states is most tweeted, chatted and posted? A representative survey lays the partially surprising numbers on the table.
The Hamburg communications consulting firm FactsContor and the market researcher Toluna perform its own data representative survey under 3,500 Germans at the age of at least 16 years and publish on the results "Social Media -Atlas". According to social media atlas 2021, a total of 76 percent of Germans over the age of at least 16 are using the social media this year - this corresponds approximately to the previous year's level.
Flash Recipe: Gnocchi Salad with Rocket
This Mediterranean-inspired Gnocchi salad is packed with healthy vegetables and tastes as a main course or even as a barbecue. © iStockphoto Hearty Enjoyment: Gnocchi Salad with Vegetable iStockphoto A light gnocchi salad with vegetables is the ideal lunch or dinner. He is super fast prepared, is not heavy in the stomach and can be modified as desired.
The 20- to 29-year-old benefits social media most intensive
changes could be observed in comparison to the different age groups: the number of more than 60-year-olds, which use social media, fell four percent to 56 percent year-on-year. . The number of social media users has risen among the 40- to 49-year-olds and 50-59-year-olds by four or six percentage points compared to 80 and 76 percent year-on-year. As in the previous year, 85 percent of the 30- to 39-year-olds in Germany use social media, the most active group form 20- to 29-year-olds, of which whole 90 percent use the social media. Nevertheless, these are two percent less than in the previous year, reports FactsContor. The biggest minus (nine percent) was recorded in the previous year compared to the 16- to 19-year-olds, from this group, the survey is only 88 percent on, WhatsApp & Co. on the road.
NRL fears more Maroons caught up in COVID breach
NSW chief Greg Alexander believes Jai Arrow's error was even worse than the Dragons barbecue scandal.This comes as Blues chief adviser Greg Alexander has thrown fuel on the burning wreck that is Queensland's Origin campaign by declaring Arrow's bubble breach worse than the Dragons' barbecue scandal, where 13 players gathered at Paul Vaughan's house in contravention of NSW government public health orders and after being told not to do so by the club.
most common are the social media in Saarland, in Thuringia, the least
regional viewed are the Saarlands on the population extracted within Germany those with most social media users (86 percent) - the Saarland is the only German state in which eight are active by ten inhabitants in the social web. In the same comparison, a plus of three percent was observed here. Berlin is in second place in the federal states ranking - 79 percent of Berliners use the social media, which corresponds to an increase of four percent year-on-year. The places three and four documents of Lower Saxony and Rhineland-Palatinate each with 78 percent each, the countries Schleswig-Holstein, Hessen, Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria are followed by 77 percent each. Even for most other countries, social media atlas 2021 has a share of more than 70 percent of the population active in social media. The only exception and thus also the rearhut in this ranking is Thuringia: Here only 68 percent of the population and thus less than seven of ten inhabitants of social media use.YouTube, WhatsApp and Facebook are the most popular platforms
in Saarland are particularly popular with the survey, the platforms, WhatsApp and with market shares of 85 percent, 82 percent, and up to 63 percent. Also throughout Germany, these are the most popular platforms - where YouTube WhatsApp has recently overtaken according to Factskontor. Currently WhatsApp is used by 53 percent of Germans daily. The backhut among the top 10 social media platforms of the under 30-year-old is the job portal LinkedIn with a market share of 24 percent. Editorial Finanzen.net
Beating Lions 'bigger challenge' than winning World Cup, says Mallett .
Winning a series against the Lions will be a bigger achievement for the Springboks than their 2019 World Cup triumph, says former Springbok coach Nick Mallett. "To win a series from a rugby perspective is so much more than winning a World Cup," Mallett said on SuperSport TV ahead of Saturday's first Test at Cape Town Stadium. Mallett said he understood the importance of the World Cup for South Africa as a nation -- but added that the quality of the opposition the Springboks will face in the next three weeks was a bigger challenge.