Wichita businessman turned local taste for cheap, delicious sliders into a food phenomenon Americans have an insatiable appetite for fast food. Credit — or blame, as the case may be — entrepreneur Billy Ingram. The Colorado native founded the world’s first burger chain , White Castle, in Wichita, Kansas, in 1921. He is widely considered the father of fast food — recognized as its creator by industry media as early as 1957, before most modern…"Meet the American who made us flip for fast food: White Castle founder Billy Ingram"
Critically acclaimed actor Tom Hardy shocked the internet after he snuck into a martial arts competition and beat all of his opponents over the weekend. The 45-year-old entered the 2022 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Open Championship using his less-known first name, Edward, according to The Guardian. The competition was hosted by the Ultimate Martial Arts Championships in Milton Keynes, approximately 90 minutes north of London. Hardy surprised attendees with his entrance and won the competition by defeating…"Tom Hardy snuck into a jiu-jitsu tournament and beat everyone"
Although it may come as a surprise for many seniors, Social Security benefits are sometimes taxed on the federal level. In fact, seniors lose billions of dollars each year due to the taxes they owe on their retirement benefits. And the amount they’ll have to pay will be much higher in 2022."Why seniors may face $10.5 billion more in Social Security taxes in 2022"
Check your refrigerator for fully cooked ham and pepperoni products from Alexander & Hornung. The Michigan-based company is recalling the products because of possible exposure to Listeria monocytogenes. The recall was announced Sunday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). Alexander & Hornung, which is also a unit of Perdue Premium Meat Co., Inc., said it has voluntarily recalled 234,391 pounds of 17 processed meat products. So far no…"Alexander & Hornung recalls more than 230,000 pounds of pork products for possible listeria"