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5 gourmet toast recipes for all your homemade bread

If you rely on any quarantine trend these days, you will have more homemade bread than you know how to do. There are only so many sandwiches that a person can eat in a day. Trust me, your homemade bread is asking for a glow in toast. As a midnight snack, toast simply meets differently. But since you only have …

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10 brilliant hacks for your best garden ever

A well-tended garden gives your property an impressive curb. However, creating a picturesque garden or creative landscape for your garden does not take place overnight, but requires planning. If you want to give your garden a much-needed facelift, here are 10 brilliant tips and tricks for landscaping that will help you get your hands back on time, effort and money! …

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The best sports films in quarantine

I am not a real sports fan. Not in the knowledge of the players, know the statistics, somehow know the coaches. I'm a sports fan of the way I'm caught up in the spirit of the game. I also choose my teams. It is not a calculated thought, but also no different from most sports fans, I would bet that …

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Fantastic vintage photos of mothers

David Bowie will always be remembered as more than a singer. The larger-than-life artist was also an artist, an actor, and even founded his own short-lived Internet service provider in the late 1990s. But his most memorable time was probably in the early 1970s when he came on stage as a brightly dressed Ziggy Stardust and consolidated his place in …

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dogfart roller coaster | Dental floss

In Homer's Ilias Achilles has to choose between a mediocre but comfortable life and a life that ends in his premature death but immortal glory. And so it was with a strangely sprawling lizard found in a parking lot behind a pizzeria in Cocoa Beach, Florida. Most curly-tailed lizards are not worthy of an epic poem. They have neither big …

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Harry Potter Zoom Call background

While Harry Potter definitely never made a zoom call with his classmates, video chat technology has some similarities to communicating through flea powder, portrait hopping, or Sirius Black's mysterious mirror. To make your next zoom meeting a little more magical, switch your background to one of your favorite places in the wizarding world. As Screen Rant reports, some particularly kind-hearted …

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25 amazing books from Asian American and Pacific Islander authors you need to read

Black History Month gives us 29 days to honor African Americans and their ever-growing contributions to culture. Literature in particular was a place where black authors could tell their stories authentically, and bookworms looking for good reading can choose from a range of fiction, poems, historical texts, essays and memoirs. From literary icons to fresh, enterprising talents, we present 25 …

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Curly-Tailed Lizard Poop sets a new record

In Homer's Ilias Achilles has to choose between a mediocre but comfortable life and a life that ends in his premature death but immortal glory. And so it was with a strangely sprawling lizard found in a parking lot behind a pizzeria in Cocoa Beach, Florida. Most curly-tailed lizards are not worthy of an epic poem. They have neither big …

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Freezing vegetables, fruit, meat, soups and stews

Freezing food is an excellent way to extend its shelf life. You can freeze individual ingredients or keep whole meals that can be reheated quickly. Chef Frank Proto from the Institute of Culinary Education gave us some tips on how to safely freeze food. 1. To freeze most of the vegetables, cut them and then blanch them. Most vegetables (including …

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