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Snap! Crack! Pop!

No, not cereal, it’s ye olde shift drink: the crack of a Pabst, of a beer bottle cap opening, of a cork being freed as cooks, waiters, and dishwashers sidle up to the bar at the end of the night looking for booze. It’s a familiar scene, one frequently found in the front window of bars at many restaurants across the country. There’s some laughter, back-slapping, and ribbing as hats are turned back around, brows are wiped, and a group of folks wearing whites look hopefully at the bartender as they settle up their tabs and square things away.

Click here for Southern Chefs Weighing In On the Shift Drink

Right? Reward? Delinquency? Distraction? It all depends on the restaurant, its chef, owner, and even to some degree, the staff. Sure, it can be a bonding experience for staff to bend elbows. But some might argue it’s a sign of restaurant that’s not really serious. And when do the shift drinks get poured? When cooks are still on the line? Only when they’re out of the kitchen?

Should the shift drink be a god-given right? Why? Just because it’s the hospitality business? You wouldn’t want your local cop drinking on the job. A schoolteacher? You don’t see doctors, lawyers, or writers drinking on the job do you [er, cough, cough, ahem]? So why should the shift drink be okay for cooks and wait staff?

At least, that’s the argument that some might make. So what’s the best practice? In this brief interview recently with eight Southern chefs participating in the recent Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, answered the question: What’s your take on staff drinks? Are you for or against them? From Norman Van Aken and Shaun Doty, to Ford Fry and Linton Hopkins, find out what some of the South’s best chefs think about whether or not the shift drink is a good idea.

To shift drink or not to shift drink? Comment below!

Arthur Bovino is The Daily Meal's executive editor.

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Are all recipes random (location) or are some area-specific?

The drinks recipes are glitchesd in guild stores and everything currently shows up under food recipes.

Senche single malt DOES drop from writs, or from any location recipes drop if accessed by a rank 5 provisioner.

But they're rare from writs, and here's why:

Chance of purple recipe in wrong reward: about 5%

Chance it's a c150 recipe vs c160: about 15%

Chance it's a drink and not food: about 40%

= 0.3% chance (1 writ in 300) of pulling c150 purple drink recipe. There are four recipes, so the odds are something like 1 in 1200. except I think they're higher because I think the recipes are set to have different rarirites. Orcrest pale ale is far ,ore common than the others.

You can find them in guild stores, but because master writs ask for c150 items and becUse they're rare, the current price on PS4 NA is 75,000-125,000 per recipe.

The drinks recipes are glitchesd in guild stores and everything currently shows up under food recipes.

Senche single malt DOES drop from writs, or from any location recipes drop if accessed by a rank 5 provisioner.

But they're rare from writs, and here's why:

Chance of purple recipe in wrong reward: about 5%

Chance it's a c150 recipe vs c160: about 15%

Chance it's a drink and not food: about 40%

= 0.3% chance (1 writ in 300) of pulling c150 purple drink recipe. There are four recipes, so the odds are something like 1 in 1200. except I think they're higher because I think the recipes are set to have different rarirites. Orcrest pale ale is far ,ore common than the others.

You can find them in guild stores, but because master writs ask for c150 items and becUse they're rare, the current price on PS4 NA is 75,000-125,000 per recipe.

There are no CP160 recipes. Foods and Drinks made with CP150 recipes scale up to CP160.

Enjoy the game, life is what you really want to be worried about.

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I can confirm Senche Tiger Malt as a writ reward. Both i and my friend got one last week. I noted it because I thought he needed it so we discussed it. The RNG gets junky on things in this game. sometimes I wonder if specific rewards get inadvertently eliminated from the RNG drops and then have to be reset in a patch or something. Maybe not. c150 purples are still really, really rare writ rewards. My friend and I doing over a hundred provision writs per week. we see like one c150 between us per month.

Yes, I know the recipes are labeled c150, lol. I always say c160 because when I didn't people were confused thinking I meant c140. I wish they'd release a set of c160s. It's been over two years (whenever wrothgar dropped). It's not like the profits are bad on the 150s, but I could use something else to collect. Also, I'm sick of the disgusting slurping sound my character make when eating jugged rabbit. It's a meat dish, it should NOT sound like that, lol.

Your probably right. RNG's are not always random and there could be a bug/oversight in the code that does not give a equitable drop chance for items on the ends of lists (like where CP150 would most likely be).


Which questlines reward with motifs or recipes

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Outside of Orzorga, there is a questline in the Outlaw's Refuge of Clockwork City that awards several recipes. Including the gold "Clockwork Citrus Filet" and the purple "Spring-Loaded Infusion."

The Spring-Loaded Infusion is nice because it's basically like any other CP150 purple tri-stat food, but scales from level 1 so you can use it on all your alts. It's a little pricier to make with the need for dwarven oil and water hyacinth, but it also opens up some other gear set avenues because I'm pretty sure it qualifies as a drink rather than food.


Also, regarding the motifs as rewards. There are a ton of DLC/chapter zone dailies that have the potential to reward motif chapters. I don't have the time at the moment to list all of them, but basically any daily quest in a DLC/Chapter zone has a chance at a zone-specific motif. In the base game, the mages guild public dungeon daily, fighters guild dolmen daily, and undaunted delve daily can all award the Draugr motif chapters.


Edit - Forgot the motif half of the question.

Where to find motif pages:

#15 Dwemer - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be looted from Dwemer pots and Dwemer urns, usually found in Dwemer ruins (though they can be found in other locations).
#16 Glass - The entire book can be purchased from Rolis Hlaalu for 180 Writ Vouchers.
#17 The Xivkyn - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can only be found in Trophy Vaults in the Imperial City.
#18 Akaviri - chapters can only be bought from War Researchers in Cyrodiil using Alliance Points.
#19 Mercenary - chapters (or rarely the entire book) are a possible reward for completing daily Undaunted pledges.
#20 Yokudan - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing repeatable Craglorn quests.
#21 Ancient Orc - chapters (or rarely the entire book) are rarely dropped by enemies in Old Orsinium and Rkindaleft
#22 Trinimac - chapters can be found by completing Orsinium daily delve quests.
#23 Malacath - chapters can be found by completing Orsinium daily World Boss quests.
#24 Outlaw - chapters can be found by killing World and Delve bosses in Hew's Bane.
#25 Aldmeri Dominion - chapters can be found in chests within the Imperial City as well as Cyrodiil but only by Aldmeri Dominion players.
#26 Daggerfall Covenant - chapters can be found in chests within the Imperial City as well as Cyrodiil but only by Daggerfall Covenant players.
#27 Ebonheart Pact - chapters can be found in chests within the Imperial City as well as Cyrodiil but only by Ebonheart Pact players.
#28 Ra Gada Style - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing Focus Points, and very rarely found by killing Delve and World Bosses, opening locked Treasure Chests, or following Treasure Maps in Craglorn.
#29 Soul-Shriven - can only be learned by completing Cadwell's Silver
#30 Morag Tong - chapters can only be found in reward containers obtained from daily quests given by Beleru Omoril or Traylan Omoril.
#31 Skinchanger - chapters can be found in the New Life Gift Box, available only during the New Life Festival
#32 Abah's Watch - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found in the Large Laundered Shipment boxes obtained by completing the Thieves Guild Tip Board quests at the highest tier of rewards.
#33 Thieves Guild - chapters can be found by completing Heists at the highest tier of rewards.
#34 Assassins League - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found from world bosses and delve bosses in the Gold Coast.
#35 Dro-m'Athra - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing the weekly quest to clear the Maw of Lorkhaj.
#36 Dark Brotherhood - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing Sacraments for the Dark Brotherhood.
#37 Ebony - chapters (or the entire book) can be bought from Rolis Hlaalu using Writ Vouchers.
#38 Draugr - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing the daily Fighters Guild, Mages Guild and Undaunted delve dailies.
#39 Minotaur - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing the quest Looming Shadows in the Gold Coast
#40 Order of the Hour - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing the quest The Roar of the Crowds in the Gold Coast.
#41 Celestial - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing weekly quests to clear the Craglorn trials.
#42 Hollowjack - chapters can only be found in Plunder Skulls, which are dropped from bosses during the Witches Festival event.
#43 Grim Harlequin - this book is only available from the Crown Store for limited periods.
#44 Silken Ring - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by killing Velidreth in the Cradle of Shadows.
#45 Mazzatun - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by killing Tree-Minder Na-Kesh within the Ruins of Mazzatun.
#46 Stalhrim Frostcaster - this book was only available from the Crown Store for a limited period.
#47 Buoyant Armiger - chapters can only be found in treasure chests around Vvardenfell.
#48 Ashlander - chapters can only be found in reward containers obtained from daily quests given by Huntmaster Sorim-Nakar or Numani-Rasi.
#49 Militant Ordinator - chapters can be bought from Battlegrounds Supplies Merchants using Alliance Points.
#50 Telvanni - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be pickpocketed from citizens or looted from Safeboxes or Thieves Troves within Vvardenfell.
#51 Redoran - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be pickpocketed from citizens or looted from Safeboxes or Thieves Troves within Vvardenfell.
#52 Hlaalu - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be pickpocketed from citizens or looted from Safeboxesor Thieves Troves within Vvardenfell.
#53 Tsaesci - this book was available for a short time from the Crown Store
#54 Bloodforge - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by killing the Earthgore Amalgamwithin Bloodroot Forge.
#55 Dreadhorn - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by killing Domihaus within Falkreath Hold.
#56 Apostle - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing Repeatable Quests from Novice Holli, the Clockwork Facilitator, or Razgurug in the Brass Fortress.
#57 Ebonshadow - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing Repeatable Quests for the Blackfeather Court from the Bursar of Tributes.
#58 Fang Lair - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by killing Thurvokun within Fang Lair.
#59 Scalecaller - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by killing Zaan the Scalecaller within Scalecaller Peak
#60 Worm Cult - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found from 4th anniversary event boxes.
#61 Psijic - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found from doing various activities in Summerset.
#62 Sapiarch - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found from completing repeatable quests on behalf of the Divine Prosecution in Summerset Isle.
#63 Dremora - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by obtaining Dremora Plunder Skullsduring the Witches Festival.
#64 Pyandonean - chapters can be obtained from Crown Crates or purchased with Crown Gems, or found by fishing for a Pyandonean Bottle in Summerset.
#65 Huntsman - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be obtained from completing March of Sacrifices on veteran mode
#66 Silver Dawn - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be obtained from completing Moon House Keep dungeon on veteran mode.
#67 Welkynar - individual chapters can be crafted by collecting ten Welkynar Style Motif Fragments which can be obtained by killing Z'Maja in Cloudrest on Veteran mode, or on Normal mode with all of her Welkynar Shade allies present. The harder the fight, the more motif fragments will drop.
#68 Honor Guard - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be obtained by completing Blackrose Prison, with a higher chance of a drop on Veteran difficulty.
#69 Dead-Water - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found inside Tribal Armor Crates that are rewarded for completing repeatable quests in Murkmire.
#70 Elder Argonian - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found inside Tribal Armor Crates that are rewarded for completing repeatable quests in Murkmire to rebuild Root-Whisper Village.
#71 Coldsnap - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by completing veteran Frostvault.
#72 Meridian - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be obtained by completing veteran Depths of Malatar.
#73 Anequina - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be found by doing daily quests for Ri'hirrand Nisuzi in Northern Elsweyr.
#74 Pelletine - chapters (or rarely the entire book) can be a reward for doing daily Dragon Hunt quests in Rimmen.
#75 Sunspire - chapters (or rarely the entire book) will be a reward for completing veteran Sunspire Trial.

"Sweet Mother, sweet Mother, send your child unto me, for the sins of the unworthy must be baptized in blood and fear"

Sons of the Night Mother [PS4][EU] 1600 CP
Daggerfall's Mightiest [PS4][NA] 1090 CP
SweetTrolls [PC][EU] 1050 CP
Bacon Rats [PC][NA] 540 CP

Outside of Orzorga, there is a questline in the Outlaw's Refuge of Clockwork City that awards several recipes. Including the gold "Clockwork Citrus Filet" and the purple "Spring-Loaded Infusion."

The Spring-Loaded Infusion is nice because it's basically like any other CP150 purple tri-stat food, but scales from level 1 so you can use it on all your alts. It's a little pricier to make with the need for dwarven oil and water hyacinth, but it also opens up some other gear set avenues because I'm pretty sure it qualifies as a drink rather than food.


Also, regarding the motifs as rewards. There are a ton of DLC/chapter zone dailies that have the potential to reward motif chapters. I don't have the time at the moment to list all of them, but basically any daily quest in a DLC/Chapter zone has a chance at a zone-specific motif. In the base game, the mages guild public dungeon daily, fighters guild dolmen daily, and undaunted delve daily can all award the Draugr motif chapters.


What to eat if you’re a shift worker

Shift work can throw a spanner in the works when it comes to your metabolism and sleep pattern. However, eating the right foods at night time may help your body cope better and reduce fatigue.

Night shift workers commonly experience disruption to the natural biological clock – also known as the circadian rhythm – of their bodies. This can lead to insomnia and excessive fatigue, which is often referred to as 'shift work disorder' (SWD). The disorder is linked with absenteeism, accidents and errors at work, mood disorders and depression.

However, a recently published study has shown that diet can play a major role in helping to reduce SWD and keep shift workers healthy.

Rotating shift workers, in particularly women and older adults, are at greater risk of developing poor health and mental health disorders, according to the German study that explored the coping strategies most commonly used to reduce SWD.

Learning about food groups that have health benefits, but which are also suited to shift workers, can really help, says Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella.

"Shift workers are at increased risk of metabolic disorders and cardiovascular disease, and women are at increased risk of breast cancer," says Sandra. "So the focus on food is not only to fuel the body efficiently for energy and concentration but also to reduce the risk of disease."

Based on the evidence, Sandra recommends the following guidelines when preparing for your next shift, and suggests printing them out and putting them up in your kitchen or in your locker at work.

Carbohydrate-rich foods can cause a post-meal 'slump' in blood sugar, causing sleepiness and reducing your ability to concentrate. So choose a wholefood diet consisting of vegetables, fruit, wholegrains and low-carb food

  • All meals should include at least 1/3 protein (think palm-sized), low GI (glycaemic index) carbohydrates and non-starchy vegetables or fruit (berries are especially good)
  • Protein snacks – such as cheese on wholegrain crackers, a boiled egg or a handful of nuts – are best during your shift as they provide amino acids, which aids concentration and the ability to perform well under stress
  • Caffeine may be useful at the beginning of a shift to promote wakefulness, but avoid caffeine at least six hours before sleeping
  • Stick as closely as possible to a normal day-and-night pattern of food intake and watch portion sizes to avoid overeating
  • Ideally, eat in a designated dining facility (tea room) away from your work station, preferably with colleagues, as socialising helps you relax and is good for mood
  • Avoid sugar-rich products such as soft drinks, commercial cakes and biscuits, and other high-GI foods including white bread. If a 'sweet' is required, try 1-2 homemade raw cacao balls
  • Some healthy snacks that are ideal for working shifts: small handful of raw unsalted nuts yoghurt or cheese fruit vegetable and legume soup vegetable sticks and hummus, nut spread or tzatziki canned fish a boiled egg green tea.

Jean Hailes' naturopath Sandra Villella has created shift-specific menus – including some recipes from our own Jean Hailes Kitchen – to help you get the right mix of nutrients while you are doing the graveyard shift. Print out the menu, put it up at work or home and feel free to share with your colleagues!

Midnight-hour menus

Breakfasts

These provide energy during a day shift, or are eaten after a night shift before you go to sleep to avoid waking up due to hunger.

  • Rolled oats – as porridge, or unsweetened muesli with yoghurt, or Bircher muesli prepared in advance
  • Wholegrain toast with boiled or poached egg, or sardines ideally add vegetables such as mushrooms and spinach, some tomato or avocado, or cottage/ricotta cheese, or baked beans
  • Smoothie – milk/soy milk/almond milk and yoghurt, berries and freshly ground seeds and nuts
  • Frittata

Lunch and/or dinner

  • Meat, chicken, fish and salad or vegetables: for example, chicken stir-fry and vegetables with brown rice salmon and coriander pesto and salad
  • Canned fish and salad
  • Frittata made with sweet potato, vegetables and feta cheese
  • Tofu and vegetable stir-fry
  • Lighter meals such as cauliflower and cannellini bean soup served with yoghurt or feta served on tofu
  • Wholegrain sandwich with protein (chicken, canned fish, roast beef, egg, cottage or ricotta cheese) and salad.
  • Lentil and vegetable soup with dollop of yoghurt

Read more about eating for good health and watch a video of five simple tips to get more nutritious habits in your day.

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Direct Purchases from Vendors

Most orbs are purchasable from vendors, and can thus be ranked like coins in normal currency. There are several progression tables below showing who sells what and what their equivalent value is in measurable orbs. Instead of using the sell window, players must click "Purchase Items" when talking to a vendor. These are not technically recipes, but are included here for convenience.

Currency items that have their own shards or fragments are italicised.

Main Progression
Orb Price Location
Scroll of Wisdom Scroll of Wisdom Stack Size: 40 Identifies an item Right click this item then left click an unidentified item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
baseline currency --
Portal Scroll Portal Scroll Stack Size: 40 Creates a portal to town Right click on this item to use it.
Shift click to unstack.
3x Scroll of Wisdom Scroll of Wisdom Stack Size: 40 Identifies an item Right click this item then left click an unidentified item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 1 (Nessa)
Orb of Transmutation Orb of Transmutation Stack Size: 40 Upgrades a normal item to a magic item Right click this item then left click a normal item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
7x Portal Scroll Portal Scroll Stack Size: 40 Creates a portal to town Right click on this item to use it.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 1 (Nessa)
Orb of Augmentation Orb of Augmentation Stack Size: 30 Augments a magic item with a new random modifier Right click this item then left click a magic item to apply it. Magic items can have up to two random modifiers. The item's Catalyst quality increases the chance of applying a modifier which matches the quality type. Removes 2% Quality applied by Catalysts on use.
Shift click to unstack.
4x Orb of Transmutation Orb of Transmutation Stack Size: 40 Upgrades a normal item to a magic item Right click this item then left click a normal item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 1 (Nessa)
Orb of Alteration Orb of Alteration Stack Size: 20 Reforges a magic item with new random modifiers Right click this item then left click a magic item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
4x Orb of Augmentation Orb of Augmentation Stack Size: 30 Augments a magic item with a new random modifier Right click this item then left click a magic item to apply it. Magic items can have up to two random modifiers. The item's Catalyst quality increases the chance of applying a modifier which matches the quality type. Removes 2% Quality applied by Catalysts on use.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 1 (Nessa)
Jeweller's Orb Jeweller's Orb Stack Size: 20 Reforges the number of sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more sockets.
Shift click to unstack.
2x Orb of Alteration Orb of Alteration Stack Size: 20 Reforges a magic item with new random modifiers Right click this item then left click a magic item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 2 (Yeena)
Chromatic Orb Chromatic Orb Stack Size: 20 Reforges the colour of sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
3x Jeweller's Orb Jeweller's Orb Stack Size: 20 Reforges the number of sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more sockets.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 2 (Yeena)
Orb of Fusing Orb of Fusing Stack Size: 20 Reforges the links between sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more links.
Shift click to unstack.
4x Jeweller's Orb Jeweller's Orb Stack Size: 20 Reforges the number of sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more sockets.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 2 (Yeena)
Orb of Chance Orb of Chance Stack Size: 20 Upgrades a normal item to a random rarity Right click this item then left click a normal item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
1x Orb of Fusing Orb of Fusing Stack Size: 20 Reforges the links between sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more links.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 3 (Clarissa)
Orb of Scouring Orb of Scouring Stack Size: 30 Removes all modifiers from an item Right click this item then left click on a magic or rare item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
4x Orb of Chance Orb of Chance Stack Size: 20 Upgrades a normal item to a random rarity Right click this item then left click a normal item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 2 (Yeena)
Orb of Regret Orb of Regret Stack Size: 40 Grants a passive skill refund point Right click on this item to use it.
Shift click to unstack.
2x Orb of Scouring Orb of Scouring Stack Size: 30 Removes all modifiers from an item Right click this item then left click on a magic or rare item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 2 (Yeena)
Orb of Alchemy Orb of Alchemy Stack Size: 10 Upgrades a normal item to a rare item Right click this item then left click a normal item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.
1x Orb of Regret Orb of Regret Stack Size: 40 Grants a passive skill refund point Right click on this item to use it.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 3 (Clarissa)
Scraps Progression
Armourer's Scrap Armourer's Scrap Stack Size: 40 Improves the quality of an armour Right click this item then left click an armour to apply it. Has greater effect on lower-rarity armours. The maximum quality is 20%.
Shift click to unstack.
1x Blacksmith's Whetstone Blacksmith's Whetstone Stack Size: 20 Improves the quality of a weapon Right click this item then left click a weapon to apply it. Has greater effect on lower-rarity weapons. The maximum quality is 20%.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 1 (Tarkleigh)
Blacksmith's Whetstone Blacksmith's Whetstone Stack Size: 20 Improves the quality of a weapon Right click this item then left click a weapon to apply it. Has greater effect on lower-rarity weapons. The maximum quality is 20%.
Shift click to unstack.
3x Armourer's Scrap Armourer's Scrap Stack Size: 40 Improves the quality of an armour Right click this item then left click an armour to apply it. Has greater effect on lower-rarity armours. The maximum quality is 20%.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 2 (Greust)
Glassblower's Bauble Glassblower's Bauble Stack Size: 20 Improves the quality of a flask Right click this item then left click a flask to apply it. Has greater effect on lower-rarity flasks. The maximum quality is 20%.
Shift click to unstack.
8x Blacksmith's Whetstone Blacksmith's Whetstone Stack Size: 20 Improves the quality of a weapon Right click this item then left click a weapon to apply it. Has greater effect on lower-rarity weapons. The maximum quality is 20%.
Shift click to unstack.
Act 3 (Hargan)

Players can purchase all the Main Progression currencies in the following Acts and NPCS: Act 3 Clarissa, Act 4 Petarus and Vanja, Act 5 Lani, Act 6 Bestel, Act 7 Yeena, Act 8Clarissa, Act 9 Petarus and Vanja and Act 10 Lani.

Comparison with player market

The set vendor prices restrict the possible exchange rates in the player market for example, a Chromatic Orb Chromatic Orb Stack Size: 20 Reforges the colour of sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack. will never be worth more than 3x Jeweller's Orb Jeweller's Orb Stack Size: 20 Reforges the number of sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more sockets.
Shift click to unstack. on the player market. However, this holds only in one direction for example, 3x Jeweller's Orb Jeweller's Orb Stack Size: 20 Reforges the number of sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more sockets.
Shift click to unstack. are worth much more than a Chromatic Orb Chromatic Orb Stack Size: 20 Reforges the colour of sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack. on the player market. Generally, only the vendor rates of 2x Orb of Alteration Orb of Alteration Stack Size: 20 Reforges a magic item with new random modifiers Right click this item then left click a magic item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack.  : Jeweller's Orb Jeweller's Orb Stack Size: 20 Reforges the number of sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more sockets.
Shift click to unstack. and 4x Jeweller's Orb Jeweller's Orb Stack Size: 20 Reforges the number of sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more sockets.
Shift click to unstack.  : Orb of Fusing Orb of Fusing Stack Size: 20 Reforges the links between sockets on an item Right click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more links.
Shift click to unstack. are even close to the player market values.


Epicurious stops publication of beef recipes

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Epicurious announced Monday it has stopped publishing recipes featuring beef.

The food publication cited a rise in beef consumption and its role as "one of the world’s worst climate offenders" for making the shift.

"It might not feel like much, but cutting out just a single ingredient—beef—can have an outsize impact on making a person’s cooking more environmentally friendly," Epicurious Senior Editor Maggie Hoffman and former Digital Director David Tamarkin explained in an article published Monday. "Beef won’t appear in new Epicurious recipes, articles, or newsletters. It will not show up on our homepage. It will be absent from our Instagram feed."

Cows stand in a pen near Fort Stockton, Texas on Saturday, April 10, 2021. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

Global livestock accounts for nearly 15% of total global greenhouse gas emissions, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

"Cattle (raised for both beef and milk, as well as for inedible outputs like manure and draft power) are the animal species responsible for the most emissions, representing about 65% of the livestock sector’s emissions," the agency said.

Epicurious slowed beef recipe content in the fall of 2019, and published them "only a small handful of times" since then, the editors said in a separate post. Beef recipes that were published in 2019 and before are still on the site. For every recipe Epicurious didn't publish, they put out a vegetarian recipe instead.

The publication argued its readers are interested in content that isn't beef-related.

"Our readers have rallied around the recipes we published in beef’s place," Hoffman and Tamarkin said. "The traffic and engagement numbers on these stories don’t lie: When given an alternative to beef, American cooks get hungry."

The editors noted the shift wasn't due to a specific vendetta against cows or the people who eat them. Instead, they said it was "solely about sustainability." The decision was thought of as "not anti-beef but rather pro-planet," they added.

"Epi’s agenda is the same as it has always been: to inspire home cooks to be better, smarter, and happier in the kitchen," the publication said. "The only change is that we now believe that part of getting better means cooking with the planet in mind. If we don’t, we’ll end up with no planet at all."

Tamarkin left the publication this month, according to his Linkedin profile.


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Main Items - The Main Item is the name of your combo or the parent item that will have items associated when sold. The Main Item selected in the list on the left is the item you are editing.

Sub Items - Sub Items are the items within your combo or that will be associated when the main item is sold. The Sub Item selected in the list in the center is the item you are editing.

Main Item List - This is the list of all concession items. Click and drag the item from this list to either your Main Item list or Sub Item list.

Display Text - Overrides the default display text on the app for the currently selected Main Item

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4 Great Holiday Bourbon Drinks

Whether you’re shopping for a gift, stocking up your own bar, or looking to sauce up your family dinner with a little holiday cheer, the world of brown stuff has never been more welcoming. From budget mixers to special-occasion sippers, we’ve selected a few of our favorites perfect for your holiday season (or, any season really).

1. The Holiday Daily Driver

Elijah Craig Small Batch ($25) is g ood enough to drink on it’s own but not so expensive that you’d feel ashamed to mix it into an old fashioned or manhattan. There are few better bang-for-your-buck bourbon’s than this offering from Sir Craig.

2. The Gift That Keeps Giving

Eagle Rare 10 Year – ($35-ish) is an exceptional bottle of whiskey at a very affordable price. This heavy hitter makes the perfect gift as it’s a bit less well-known and drinks better than bottles two and three times the cost. Perfect for your significant other’s discerning dad, a worthy brother or sister, or as a well-deserved gift for yourself.

3. Remarkable Rye

Michter’s Straight Rye ($45) is a damn good whiskey, plain and simple. On it’s own the spice and heat will warm you up from the inside out and it will take your Manhattan to a whole new stratosphere. This rye is also a great gift for that bourbon-loving buddy or family member if you want to give ‘em something different that will blow their mind.

4. Bring Out The Big Guns

Sometimes you gotta bring out the big guns and Blanton’s Single Barrel – ($70) is it. Amazingly sweet, spicy, and smooth, this is one bourbon you may not want to share, and you probably deserve it.


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Work Out In the Morning

It's likely the last thing you want to do after a night without sleep: hit the pavement or sweat it out in the gym. But Chelsea Caracciolo, a clinical educator at McLean Hospital in Boston, MA, says that exercise is her first move after an overnight shift. "In the summer, it's a lot easier because the sun is usually too bright to allow me to fall asleep," she says. "But I also find that working out in the morning after my shift allows for me to sleep a little bit longer."

What are the best ways to sweat? Caracciolo opts for high-intensity cardio, like boxing or cycling. "It instantly jolts me awake, unlike most meditative, restful exercises like yoga." (More of a night owl? You can


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