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Cigars and Health Risks

Cigars and Health Risks

Posted by on July 4, 2016
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The image of a stogie-chomping, high-powered celebrity can be a glamorous one that we all would like to emulate at times however the serious health issues caused by the growing fad of cigar smoking are many and a long-term concern for both the health...

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Chicken Stock Soup Recipe

Chicken Stock Soup Recipe

Posted by on July 4, 2016
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I think there are certain recipes every home cook should know. Pancakes, meatloaf, pot roast, maybe a really great stew or chili con carne recipe. You get the idea. As such, stock belongs in the category of must have recipes. You could use canned stock...

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Budweiser Review

Budweiser Review

Posted by on June 30, 2016
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What can I say? Bud is a very light American-style pale lager with a crisp, metallic finish, it pours as clear as water and with an abundance of quick and tasteless bubbles. I will admit to having drunk plenty of it when it was on sale and I was in college,...

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Broccoli Pimiento Bake

Broccoli Pimiento Bake

Posted by on June 29, 2016
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Broccoli Pimiento Bake This is one great tasing casserole. It is very easy to prepare in which it will only take you 20 minutes of prep time. It will take less than 30 minutes to bake. This is a really delicious vegetable dish that will work wonders...

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Borage an all Purpose Herb

Borage an all Purpose Herb

Posted by on June 26, 2016
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If you have always thought of borage as decoration for a Pimm’s Cup only consumed at Wimbledon and cricket matches in England, take another look. Borage is native to northern Europe, but grows well in temperate regions of the Mediterranean and...

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Carrot and Sweet Potato Soup

Carrot and Sweet Potato Soup

Posted by on June 22, 2016
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On a blustery autumn day, a biting winter’s morning or showery spring afternoon nothing quite picks up you up like a steaming bowl of heart warming soup. Some years back I was making a relatively short journey by train to visit my brother. What...

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Easy Casseroles Rib Casserole Recipe
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When I was a little kid my grandmother would spend her days cleaning and cooking large meals for dinner. When I would get off of the school bus and my mom and grandpa got home for work we could always count on a delicious hot meal to be waiting for us....

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How to Order Dim Sum like an Expert
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First time I ever had dim sum was a few months ago in mid-December. I was staying at my uncle’s place for almost two weeks while I was on business. We’re all Vietnamese except for my uncle’s wife who is Chinese. We were talking and...

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Bum Wine

Bum Wine

Posted by on June 18, 2016
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So Sutter Home is generally recognized as a wine for lower middle class women to drink to feel that they are sophisticated. Swill Wines like Franzia come out of a box. These two wines do not come close to the scourge of American “wine”. Some...

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Capsicum Annuum Peppers Chillies
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Capsicum annuum is the botanical name for what everybody else calls sweet peppers, bell peppers and chilli peppers, and is also the plant from which paprika and cayenne pepper is made. It is a shrub native to the Western hemisphere (e.g. Mexico, Central...

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