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conorobr96:

Video via Youtube. This is a very interesting video about how youtube is an impact on our lives and how much it can chang them. It also shows how we are such a connected community through using it.

Without having watched this yet, I wonder if patience is touched upon.

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npr:

Photo Courtesy Of Ben Fink ”Mint, cilantro and masala are the flavors of this slaw. The peanuts add texture and crunch, and the spicy dressing gives this simple salad star power.” Summer Peanut Slaw

npr:

Photo Courtesy Of Ben Fink 

Mint, cilantro and masala are the flavors of this slaw. The peanuts add texture and crunch, and the spicy dressing gives this simple salad star power.”

 
Summer Peanut Slaw

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good:

Brunch is a great way to celebrate the weekend. So invite a few friends over and serve up something tasty. Here’s one idea for a 30-minute breakfast bowl.

Visit GOOD.is for an awesome polenta rancheros recipe

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anniewerner:

Yo this is the first time I’ve poached eggs and I think they’re pretty perfect. 

The secret! 

Crack the egg into a measuring cup while you’re waiting for the water to boil. This way it’s compact and avoids the stringiness that comes with cracking it over the boiling water. STAND BACK: Dump the yolk into the boiling water (it will splash), wait a second, and turn the stove to low. Heat for a few minutes and scoop out with a ladle. 

Other ingrediants!

Whole wheat sliced bread.

Canned chunked Albacore tuna. 

Sweet Relish. 

Chopped grape tomatoes. 

Cayanne sauce. 

Salt.

South African Smoke seasoning on top. 

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theatlantic:

A Fast Food Burger Is 3 Times Larger Now Than in The 1950s

Research has shown that the bigger your plate, the likelier it is you’ll overeat. The same logic may apply to fast food, where according to a new infographic by the Centers for Disease Control, portion sizes for popular items have increased dramatically since the 1950s.

Read more. [Image: CDC]

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thedailyfeed:

New York City’s freshest new restaurant gets its food from a rooftop garden six floors up.

You’ve probably heard of the farm-to-table food movement, but how about the roof-to-table craze? At Bell Book & Candle, a pioneering restaurant in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, diners can rest assured they’ll know exactly where their food has been: a rooftop garden merely six stories above their heads. At BB&C — named after the classic 1959 film starring Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak — 80 percent of the produce is grown on location, then lowered via a pulley system to the kitchen. The result is food so fresh, you might want to slap it.

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