A delicious and flavorful sausage soup that doesn’t need to simmer for hours to develop an amazing flavor. Thanks to a satisfying combination of spicy Poblano pepper, classic herbs, and an interesting blend of spices, this soup delivers lots of fantastic flavor in just over half an hour. Jump to Recipe Mimicking the voice of […] […]Sausage Soup with Peppers and Spinach — Haphazard Homemaker — My Meals are on Wheels
Jessica Brown Journalist 1 October 2020 Photo released, Getty Images Comment on the image, Experts recommend consuming cooking oil with less saturated fat Cooking oils of various kinds are one of the essential ingredients for every kitchen in the world. However, there is a lot of contradictory information regarding the effects of each type on…Learn about the most healthful cooking oils — Archynetys
In “Red, White and Blue,” the fifth and final film of Steve McQueen’s Small Axe anthology (and the third to be shown at this year’s New York Film Festival, after the lilting reggae house-party movie “Lovers Rock” and the wrenching social-protest courtroom drama “Mangrove”), Leroy Logan (John Boyega), a British research scientist, figures that he’s…‘Red, White and Blue’ Review: John Boyega Shows His Power as an Actor in Steve McQueen’s True-Life Drama of Police Racism in ’80s Britain — Variety
I recently posted a review of a local restaurant that features Northern Italian cuisine called L’Incanto. That post got me thinking about the food I enjoyed while we lived there and how it was probably my first “food awakening”. By that I mean, the first time I though about food as something to enjoy. One […] […]Turkey Pasta e Fagioli — one foodie and his food — My Meals are on Wheels
Today’s team review is from Cathy, she blogs here https://betweenthelinesbookblog.wordpress.com/ Cathy has been reading The Lost Blackbird by Liza Perrat The story begins in January 1962 when Lucy and Charly Rivers’ father comes home drunk, as he often does, and a fall leaves him dead at the bottom of the stairs. Their mother, who was […]Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT Child Adoption Drama THE LOST BLACKBIRD by @LizaPerrat — Rosie Amber
There was leftover striploin from last night’s steak dinner—a natural for a steak, mushroom, onion, and red pepper hot bun sandwich. I’m thinly slicing the leftover steak, some red bell pepper, a whole yellow onion, and I’m adding some cute button mushrooms and a generous hit of tarragon (though you could use any bold herb, […] […]Steak and mushroom hot bun — A Year in Sandwiches — My Meals are on Wheels
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Today’s Word: Philanthropy
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noun, plural phi·lan·thro·pies.
- altruistic concern for human welfare and advancement, usually manifested by donations of money, property, or work to needy persons, by endowment of institutions of learning and hospitals, and by generosity to other socially useful purposes.
- the activity of donating to such persons or purposes in this way:to devote one’s…
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Hello my dear readers, One of the good things of living in Singapore is that we can enjoy lots of different cuisines. Actually the foodies call Singapore the “food paradise”. Yes, literally you can find any cuisine you want. This week we were in the mood for some Mexican food. We have enjoyed some: Mexican…Eating out in Singapore – Mexican Food — Popsicle Society
One night, I woke up at 2:00 am to smoke in our bedroom window. The wind was blowing, and the wildfires, which were burning with fire, were getting worse and worse. Fear gripped me. My mind raced as I thought of all the possibilities for the next. Suddenly, I felt a deep sense of peace […]9 Powerful Questions That Can Improve Your Mental Health — Inspirelife
“The idea behind the Calico Series was always to create books that we ourselves would want to read.”Sarah Coolidge on the the Dual-language Poetry Anthology ‘Home’ — ArabLit & ArabLit Quarterly