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Marinated Chicken 5 ways

These recipes can be used for any cut of chicken that you desire but preferably breast or thigh. As well as the method is use for all of these 5 recipes. 213 more words

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Let it Linger

There have been times that I truly wish could have lingered on a little longer. Moments when I knew this was one of the best moments of my life and I wanted to hold on to them. 1,018 more words

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Gallery

You may have seen I finally managed to upload some pictures to the gallery thanks to the much better wi-fi connection at Bar-sur-Seine.
Whilst I’ve seen a lot of wonderful sights on the journey so far, perhaps the most surprising was the old, and now abandoned, motor racing grandstand and pits that I accidently came across on my route at a place called Gueux close to Reims. 48 more words

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Day 6 - Bar-sur-Seine to Bèze

Actual mileage: 79 (Cum. 493)
Climbing: 1063m
Mechanicals: none
Fatigue factor: 5
The Garmin lost the day’s data again. Good job I wrote it down before I switched it off: 79 miles / 5h 14m / 15 mph ave. 582 more words

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This invitation we produced for the Boys

This invitation we produced for the Boys and Girls Club of SW Washington turned out exquisitely. The set included custom invitation, invitation envelope, RSVP card and RSVP envelope. 13 more words

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Should I be ashamed of the 'Left'?

It is moronic and naïve to say that all Labour voters should be ashamed of the anti-Tory protestors and their actions. I am not ashamed because, despite my political leaning, they have nothing to do with me. 300 more words

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How To Grieve With Challah Bread

My grandfather is dead: I do not know how to grieve. So I make bread.

In the Bible they call bread the staff of life (my grandfather might have liked this: he liked religion), but really it’s the staff of grief. 1,858 more words

Bad Day