Animal Crossing pearls are rare, but here’s how to get them

A Summer Update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons has come out and with it a new world of sea creatures. Your character can now swim (read how to swim at Animal Crossing here), which means you can also find sea creatures in the ocean. These sea creatures allow you to …

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The Best Vegan Recipes for an Eleventh Celebration

On June 19, 1865, news of liberation finally reached American slaves in Texas, marking the “official” end of chattel slavery in the United States. Whether this is your first time celebrating Independence Day or you are a veteran, one of the best ways to celebrate this day of remembering our …

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‘Cooks in Quarantine:’ Duke students recreate their favorite dishes on campus

Duke students may be physically separated, but they still connect in the kitchen. For many, quarantine has extended free time, and some students have devoted it to re-creating dishes they miss most of Duke’s eateries. “Cooks in Quarantine” is a Facebook group where Duke students share what they’ve been through …

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VE Day recipes: How to bake delicious wartime treats like carrot cake

By Newsquest Digital Content Team Receives VE Day: How to cook delicious wartime treats like carrot cake. Image: pixel Households across the country are set to celebrate VE Day by baking cakes and cookies using simple wartime ingredients. The online educational site PlanBee suggested these recipes to try this week, …

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Google India and YouTube Witness Searches Related to Recipies For Praise, Kadha

With social distancing becoming the norm and cash transactions taking a backseat, searches for queries like “how to pay an electric bill online” have grown more than 180 percent. Pixabay While the country has witnessed a lockdown and Indians are looking for favorite street foods and other recipes to satisfy …

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Fighting anxiety and isolation the Sikh way: SERVICE

The anxiety of surviving through a pandemic is hard enough. Add to that the constant onslaught of news and posts about the virus, and it’s hard not to feel too much skepticism and despair. When we are collectively consumed by the negativity around us, it can feel like the world …

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Interview with Michel Roux: Michelin star chef talks about food photography and the future of restaurants | The Independent

The French chef and restaurateur Michel Roux senior died, aged 78, at his family home in Berkshire. The news was announced by the family in a statement by his son and two daughters, who said: “It is with deep sadness that the Roux family announced the passing of our beloved …

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Too tired to cook? Check dinner recipients quickly and easily

For days when you’re dehydrated and don’t have even the slightest bit of strength to stand up and cook for an hour, try these easy and quick dinner ideas to end the day. Recipes that can be cooked or assembled in just 20 minutes are preferred when you need to …

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The 14 Best Recipes to Cook This Winter

Winter time is calling for some stick-to-your-ribs, entertaining food. Something you can eat and hypothesize to hibernate for a while. We’re talking stews, like cassoulet, and spice bombs like mapo tafo. Give these recipes a shot, and let your body warm up inside and out. The Italian Macaroni and Cheese …

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The new tech suggests recipes based on the food in your refrigerator

Its creators hope the technology will help fight food waste. January 8, 2020, 10:54 PM • 4 min read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article Ever wanted to have a way to search for recipes based on the food you have in your refrigerator? There is a solution for …

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