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Flavor Combinations Guide to Coherent Cuisine

When I’m not testing recipes for Gatheredtable, I like to take a break from recipes and just sort of wing it. A little of this, a dash of that and voilà, dinner! 307 more words

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Conan, the Scotsman?.

In his essay The Hyborian Age, Howard states that “the Gaels, ancestors of the Irish and Scottish, descended from pure-blooded Cimmerian clans,” and he names Conan with a Celtic name, and portrays him cursing by Celtic gods, so obviously there is meant to be a strong cultural connection between his Cimmerians and the historical Gaelic people. 112 more words

Scottish

Who Knew in the Zoo: How Old is New? by Alberta Meerkat

When I heard there was a new release of CINDERELLA it made me wonder. Isn’t this is an old story? How could it be new again? 214 more words

Who Knew?

A Bean Boozled Who Knew Wednesday

Wednesday was National Jellybean Day and Earth Day!

We celebrated by playing Bean Boozled, a Jelly Belly game with gross flavors and normal flavors that look exactly alike, but taste completely different. 53 more words

Who Knew?

Who knew that something as simple as a broken wrist would be so very challenging?  Not me.

With breast cancer,  the plan was set for the year, give or take a few port complications and a hospital visit. 183 more words

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Microwaves! Who Knew?!?

Today for Who Knew Wednesday we talked about things you never knew your microwave could do.

Here is the link to the article we found: http://list25.com/25-things-you-never-knew-your-microwave-could-do/1/ 66 more words

C. S. Lewis - Was it the thumb or the rhythm?

C.S Lewis wrote under the pseudonym Clive Hamilton when it came to his poems, something he wished to achieve greatness in. His death was largely unreported because it unfortunately happened on the same day as JFK was assassinated. 344 more words

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