Dataminers Expect Plants to Be Added to New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons data predicts many features added to the game – but this one may be the biggest. Since its release in March, dataminers have been digging through to update the code for Animal Crossing: New Horizons to see what might come in the game. The most mysterious …

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The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Releases First-Ever Cookbook With Recipes From Top Chefs | UNRESERVED

The organization behind The Best 50 Best Restaurants has released the first e-cookbook called, Home Comfort: Simple Lockdown Recipes From The World’s Best Chefs And Bartenders. The exclusive cookbook features recipes for food that the world’s most respected chefs cook for their families at home. This special release is available …

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Great Norfolk Bakes: Great recipes from the Woman’s Institute to cook this Norfolk Day

From Norfolk Fair Buttons to cheesecloths, we’ve partnered with the Woman’s Institute (WI) to bring you some Norfolk inspirations that will boost your taste buds. Recipie for Norfolk Shortcake. Photo: Archant – Credit: Archant This year we encourage people to celebrate Norfolk Day, which takes place on July 27, in …

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What Does Science Say About Love?

What is love? Oh, baby, don’t hurt me. Don’t hurt me. Gone. Sorry, I can’t stand it. But, seriously, what is love? Philosophers, musicians, and artists have spent their entire lives trying to answer this question, with little success. At once Nietzsche said it’s about love: “There’s always some madness …

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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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Receives VE Day: How to cook 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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Have a Cream Scone and a Cup of Tea

No tea is complete without cream scones. Celebrity Chef Christy Rost shared her simple and sweet recipe. | PAID CONTENT DENVER – Spring has sprung up here in Colorado. This is the season for backyard barbecues, finger meals, and tea parties. We all know the best part of any tea …

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