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Worth sweltering under the August sun in wool clothing. Series co-cinematographer Ben Richardson earned a nomination for one of his episodes as well. Filmmaker : As a cinematographer, you get to select one episode from your show to submit for Emmy consideration. Why did you choose that particular episode? Voros : I felt it was the most challenging for me and I am the proudest of it in the way that all of the different departments came together.
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Like many people at the height of the pandemic, I spent a lot of time doing two things: Online shopping and whipping up creative new dishes in the kitchen. One purchase that checked both boxes was a set of Caraway pots and pans , which I found lived up to the hype—so when the company offered to send me some products from their bakeware line , I jumped at the opportunity to test them. I was especially curious about the bakeware because in general I found Caraway cookware pretty easy to use, but I did struggle to figure out one thing: pancakes. In previous stainless steel and non-stick pans, I could make a delicious pancake in just a few minutes, but when I tried out the Caraway pans, I was getting undercooked pucks, and it took a fair amount of troubleshooting and experimentation to figure out just how to nail the perfect one. If you cook often and hate the hassle of washing dishes, it might be worth the splurge.
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The moment that broke Cassie Alexander came nine months into the pandemic. Last December, at the height of the winter surge , she cared for a patient who had caught the coronavirus after being pressured into a Thanksgiving dinner. Their lungs were so ruined that only a hand-pumped ventilation bag could supply enough oxygen. Alexander squeezed the bag every two seconds for 40 minutes straight to give the family time to say goodbye. Her hands cramped and blistered as the family screamed and prayed.