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OK, Annie.

OK, Annie.

*Buy Crisco in sticks, not tubs, so it’s easy to measure. (Also, no one needs a tub of Crisco.) Don’t go rogue and use 12 tablespoons of butter. Trust me — the Crisco makes for the most heavenly texture.Cookies Get Me Through ChristmastimeAnnie SiebertOK, Annie. I have never cooked with Crisco in my life but I am going to give these cookies a go. And the chocolate shortbread recipe — yeah — I’ll be diving into that too. Nice writing. You cracked me up as I sip-wine-with-Medium while my husband cooks dinner.Discover MediumWelcome to a place where words matter. On Medium, smart voices and original ideas take center stage - with no ads in sight.WatchMake Medium yoursFollow all the topics you care about, and we’ll deliver the best stories for you to your homepage and inbox.ExploreBecome a memberGet unlimited access to the best stories on Medium — and support writers while you’re at it. Just $5/month.UpgradeOriginal linkOriginal author: Kim Duke

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Eat pumpkin. The result would be unthinkable.

Eat pumpkin. The result would be unthinkable.

Just because the pumpkin is yellow gives you an idea of ​​it. Yellow vegetables and fruits are rich in “vitamins”. A good cauliflower for the urinary tract as well as for heart disease. Pumpkin is so good for digestion that the only remedy for constipation in the past was to eat boiled pumpkinread more: https://www.freewrit.com/2019/12/eat-pumpkin-result-would-be-unthinkable.htmlDiscover MediumWelcome to a place where words matter. On Medium, smart voices and original ideas take center stage - with no ads in sight.WatchMake Medium yoursFollow all the topics you care about, and we’ll deliver the best stories for you to your homepage and inbox.ExploreBecome a memberGet unlimited access to the best stories on Medium — and support writers while you’re at it. Just $5/month.UpgradeOriginal linkOriginal author: healthy man

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The egg

The egg

“On the table, at night I see an egg”. It was with these word that I got introduced to a world without rules. A world so deep you cannot imagine it and yet, the only way to see it is by imagining it. That moment when you are half asleep, when you are sort of drunk, that’s when you are the most awake. When you don’t think before writing, you write what you’re truly thinking. Some of your friends think you’re tripping, some want to put your quotes in a beach sunset image with a stylish font and sell for profit.The egg doesn’t care about that. It is the condensation of truth. If you leave it in a certain way, it will roll and fall off the table. You can say that this is the wrong way to place the egg. For the egg it makes no difference. For the egg it is just a way to be placed. “To the egg I dedicate the chinese nation”.It is only in our minds (Sorry, Aline) that things have value. The world, the universe, the things in fact move on, regardless of what we think. If you wrap you tortilla in taco filling...

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How to Use Rakuten to Earn Cashback at Target

How to Use Rakuten to Earn Cashback at Target

Rakuten saves. Seriously. And if you use Target for as many things as we do, Rakuten will be your new best friend.From 11% cashback on Gucci and St. Laurent at Sak’s Fifth Avenue, to that last-minute toy for your nephew’s birthday at Walmart, your wallet deserves Rakuten. Now, you don’t have an excuse for why you’re not earning cashback. Here’s how to earn some of your family’s hard-earned $$$ back by using Rakuten for ALL of your Target purchases.Full disclosure, since writing my article about how to earn cashback using Rakuten at Amazon, I’ve earned $325.00. Not bad for an hour’s worth of work that I haven’t had to update since I first released it �·‍♂️It’s no surprise that Target’s stock has nearly doubled in 2019. The retail-haven turned rich man’s dollar store, Target has been able to pivot itself in enough directions to survive the retailpocalypse in ways that K-Mart and the like have not been able to. From groceries, to televisions, to a garam marsala at 10:55pm, Target has you covered. It only makes sense that you start earning the cashback with them that your wallet dessserves.Open an account to earn cash back from Rakuten: It’s LIGHTNING fast to...

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Chips and Dip — The Classic Combo, the Classic Persona

Chips and Dip — The Classic Combo, the Classic Persona

Chips and dip are truly a magnificent snack for ‘round the table talk and drinks. Having a meeting? Don’t forget the chips and dip. Having a party? Don’t forget the chips and dip. Have the hot guy from next door coming over to “hang out”? (Nervously) pull out the chips and dip for some pre-sexy time snacking. Chips and dip are there for our greatest moments such as celebrating a child, getting married, finishing school, or catching up with friends. Chips and dip are also there for our worst moments. That hot guy you (totally did) didn’t hook up with from a couple of nights ago just told you he’s seeing someone else, but hopes you can still be “great friends”… pull out the chips and dip, it’s time for cry snacking. Have a bring-your-own treat funeral? Chips and dip. Okay, the point? Chips and dip are appropriate for any given occasion at any given time. This is Chips and Dip. We are Chips and Dip.My goal with this blog is to spark conversation of any topic with any person of any background. Look, I’m going to be honest. I’m not the smartest, I’m not talented (I can flip my eyelids...

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Draw the line because you can not sell a banana

Draw the line because you can not sell a banana

Sure you already know that an artist from NYC eat the “comedian” a banana from the Galerie Perrotin wall of the Basel Art Fair in Miami.And he got a lot of publicity attention.Look how his PR people works fast…“Fifty percent of people say don’t do this it’s crazy. Another 50 percent say do it, it’s genius,” he said later. “So you know it’s absolutely what art about. Art is about the question mark.“ ~DatunaThe “comedian” banana is over, the art fair is over but the news continue…for the artists involved.Datuna on FOX 5 TV newsWhat about this image?Banana on a classical painting by Leonid KozlovBecause we all eat bananas, and I have to draw…and bananas foods are the new big trend in healthy eating…the most widely consumed fruit in the US.Here are some colored bananas for youBananas under light by RegiaArtAnd one more…Green bananas by RegiaArtAnd with more vivid colors bananasAbstract bananas by RegiaArtThis is all about bananas.That’s all,What about bananas on your backyard? So you can make banana pie…Hugs,RegiaDiscover MediumWelcome to a place where words matter. On Medium, smart voices and original ideas take center stage - with no ads in sight.WatchMake Medium yoursFollow all the topics you care about,...

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Roasting a Whole Winter Squash

Roasting a Whole Winter Squash

I was speaking with another chef, and we came up with a cooking style we described as Passive Cooking. My definition, if it needs one, is cooking with the least effort, saving the chef’s time.I feel that historically, humans could not have spent as much time in the kitchen as we do now. They had to scrub laundry by hand and walk to get places. We are lucky to live in a world where many things are easy and time-saving.But we are still busy, and we can take advantage of cooking methods that take the work out of the job.While I write this, I can do a load of laundry and cook a butternut squash without looking at either.Winter squash grows through the summer, and it stores well because of its tough skin. Commercial storage has made squash available year-round, because of controlled refrigeration conditions, but when you eat food in season, you can enjoy the flavor at its peak.There are many types of winter squash, each with their attributes, from stringy spaghetti squash to sweet and dry butternut. Winter squash can be cross-pollinated with other squash species, so it has been easy for plant breeders to optimize the best plant...

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The journey of weight loss

The journey of weight loss

picture belongs to eggs.caDay 2Hey hey! It is me again! Squirrel! And yes, I am officially hungry already for normal food, like — I really want to eat some sandwich than a carrot, I NEED FOOD. But apart that — it is awesome that I started eating some vegetables! Before, I could barely put anything from vegetables in my mouth, because it does taste disgusting for me, so much that I thought I will vomit, which is why I actually barely ate them, and that is why my family used to call me strange or a wolf, since I don’t like to eat anything more than meat. But, since I had started to go on a diet, I ended up making myself forcefully shove all that tasteless food in my mouth every single time I eat. So now my stomach is probably thinking like — WOMAN, GIVE ME DARN NORMAL FOOD, WHAT IS THIS? Well, this is torture, my dear lads and lasses!. Eitherway, today I was all home alone and I got no body to help me or recommend me what to do today so I just decided to just find something on Instagram whom I follow and I found...

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The 3 Steps Needed For Putting Goals Into Action

The 3 Steps Needed For Putting Goals Into Action

(Photo courtesy of Food Experience Unplugged)Some people make resolutions out of guilt, to fit in with their group of family members, friends, or work colleagues.Others choose to strive to become their best self.Why don’t you?Some people purposely avoid making resolutions — touting their desire to be more spontaneous.Others avoid resolutions because of a fear of failure (“Why should I, I’m not going to do them anyway.”).If you are a resolution maker, chances are you know what you want, why you want it, and how to get there.If you are not, then one of those components is probably missing.Putting your goals into action involves knowing what you want, why you want it, and how to get there. Let’s take a look at those 3 things.In this day and age, we have information about almost every topic at our fingertips. We are often so overwhelmed with information that it’s difficult to know what choices to make or where to start.Setting goals may seem daunting at first, but with some effort, the process can provide meaning, purpose, and direction to your life.A lot of people set goals at the beginning of the year, but very few people actually achieve those goals.This is often the...

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Indoor Farms Could Satiate Hunger in Massachusetts Food Deserts

Indoor Farms Could Satiate Hunger in Massachusetts Food Deserts

This article was originally published by xVirity. You can view it on their blog here.Imagine for a moment that you’re a single mother with a full-time job, providing for three young children. Making ends meet is difficult, and you need cheap products in order to pay your rent and utilities. Now imagine sitting around the table for dinner: you’ve kicked off your heels, the house is a mess, and your kids are hungry. What’s for dinner?McDonald’s.And no, not because you didn’t have time to cook or because you were exhausted from working an eight hour shift. Not because the kids were good this week and you promised them Happy Meals.Your children are eating french fries and cheese burgers for dinner every night because those items are on the dollar menu, McDonald’s is only a block away, and there isn’t a grocery store for miles.And in the state of Massachusetts, this is, unfortunately, a common occurrence for low-income residents.According to research conducted by the Food Trust, 2.8 million people residing in low income areas in Massachusetts lack access to grocery stores with affordable, healthy food. That’s 40 percent of Massachusetts’ entire population.But why?Massachusetts is littered with food deserts, or areas in which...

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