The meaning and origin of the expression: Revenge is a dish best served cold
Episode 1: Citrus Fruit Showdown. Claim Ownership. Episode 8 - Gas Station Feast Gunplay However, the gas station — whether it be frequented by the hungry traveler, the long-haul trucker, or the drunken party-goer, appeals to the most fundamental aspects of the American appetite.
Episode 7 - Canned Fish Fisticuffs Often considered the humdrum, bottom-shelf food of preppers and worthy only of mixing into mayonnaise, canned fish has often had a bad rap in American culinary tradition. However, while most stop at the cent can of chunky, catfood-inspired tuna, the world of canned fish extends far beyond the dull can sitting in back of your pantry shelf. But which fish can best?
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Which fall flat? Cheese lovers, tired parents, and stoned teenagers around the globe have long rejoiced in the ritual preparation of pot of Macaroni and Cheese — the simple, yet delectable dish that drenches the palette in savory cheesy flavor.
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Or Veggies up, meat down? Condiments on one, or both sides?
If only one, condiments top, or bottom? Episode 4: Reese's Royal Rumble The judicial system groans under a massive backlog. Over the last five years, there have been approximately 31 million cases pending across the country. It is a backlog of Marqezian extremes — a property dispute in Doshipura that dates back to reportedly still awaits a final settlement.
Justice Served Cold
In criminal cases, slow investigations are followed by a judicial process that is tripped up by procedural delays such as repeated adjournments, and by witnesses not being questioned in one go. The judiciary, chronically short of staff as well as courts, struggles to handle the enormous legal burden.
But such courts, meant to be an ad hoc measure to clear the backlog, cannot be the permanent answer to tardy justice. The judicial system needs to move on an even keel for all cases.