A NSW Government initiative delivered by Destination NSW, Sydney’s Open for Lunch was developed to support the recovery of Sydney’s hospitality sector, encouraging Sydneysiders to reconnect with their city and rediscover the vibrancy and diversity of Sydney’s food and drink offerings and the joy of sharing a meal with friends, family or work colleagues.
More than 600 guests booked dining seats at the George Street Long Lunch, while another three long lunch events hosted diners across the city.
This video shows preparations for the George Street long lunch today.
New research suggests that eating bananas regularly may help prevent heart attacks and strokes.Bananas and other foods high in potassium can prevent fatal blockages that can develop and prevent arteries from hardening and narrowing. One banana meets around 10% of daily potassium needs.According to the study, those with the lowest dietary intake of potassium had a 50% higher risk of having a stroke than those with the highest intake.https://inkl.com/a/xAzqpRSQEq