One of the ingredients that you will sometimes find in Tuscan cooking is a grain called farro. We had found a recipe that paired it with salmon and decided to make our own twist on it. Salmon is something that Read more…Baked Salmon Filets with Farro — Living The Q Life
While promoting the upcoming premiere of the Starz spinoff Power Book II: Ghost, Mary J. Blige was asked by HipHollywood about fans of her music, and those among them who like to refer to her, affectionately of course, as “Auntie Mary.” Blame it on her long, storied career — or maybe all the dancing? Whatever the reasoning, as it turns out,…Mary J. Blige Doesn’t Want To Be Called “Auntie”, Here’s Why [VIDEO] — Black America Web
This week our topic is Anything Made from Wood. Be creative if you feel like it, and fun with this challenge this week. Remember your photos needs to be black and white, desaturated, sepia (brown tones) or selective color. I’m looking forward to seeing what you all come up.
Feel free to take new photos or dig through your archives. The main object of this challenge is to have fun.
I had a marvelous response from all of you on last week’s Shadows and reflections challenge. I want to say thank you to each of you for participating and sharing your photos. Here are the featured bloggers for this week. Their posts really grabbed my attention. They are all worthy of a second or third look.
For a list…
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Small town’s ‘ragtag outfit’ stays behind to fight wildfire. With little outside help, folks in Bonny Doon came together to save homes. By Alex Wigglesworth and Susanne Rust, L.A. Times BONNY DOON, Calif. — This town northwest of Santa Cruz is known for its wineries, rugged redwood canyons and a Scottish name said to originate from […]News on the Santa Cruz County Fire from the L.A. Times — lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown
Awareness is the first step to increasing vitality. What we give energy to matters tremendously. Thoughts. Emotions. Actions. People. Some drain. Others invigorate. Heightened awareness and monitoring of energy is especially important for individuals with chronic health problems. Helping them to identify the source of their energy leaks and peaks. Where to start? My recent […]Energy vs. Time Management — Thriving Under Pressure
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I’ve put together a list of challenges and their hosts. So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog. Feel free to contact me anytime. I hope everyone will be able to use my lists.
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While most analog televisions come with composite video inputs on a yellow RCA jack, the feature is not universal. This problem was even more prevalent in the 1980s, and most home consoles got around the problem by instead feeding video to the television’s tuner with an RF modulator. [Manzel Seet] had just such a television…Driving a PAL TV Over RF Thanks To PWM Harmonics — Hackaday
Originally posted on Legends of Windemere: Yahoo Image Search As I said, grief and mourning is a subplot in War of Nytefall: Ravenous. It was very difficult to touch on this while the majority of the book dealt with action, humor, and Desirae’s seductiveness. I kept having to remind myself that some characters were still getting…7 Tips to Handling Grief and Mourning in Fiction — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog
Location: West Bengal. Preference: Veg. Ingredients: Mocha (Plantain Flower), Water, Turmeric Powder, Cumin, Ginger, Green Chilli, Potato, Mustard Oil, Bay Leaves, Salt, Sugar, Garam Masala, Ghee. Recipe at a Glance: Step 1: Clean and chop mocha. Step 2: Boil chopped mocha in water with turmeric powder and drain the stock after boiling. Step 3: Knead […]Mocha Ghanto from West Bengal, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Plantain flower recipe — Best Indian Food Blog
Photo: A new lawn being laid with a hoe, held by someone out of the picture, evening out the soil to roll out a roll of sod on top of it. Caption reads: “Am I the only one whose eye puts an N between the W and the M whenever they read the word “lawmaker”?”
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