Alien Fresh Jerky

19 Mar 19
The Subversive Imagination: Dispatches from the American Frontier

MEN TODAY In theory, the most evolved of his kind, and my immediate reaction is, “Is this who we are? Is this what we’ve become?” I’d like to think we’ve come a long way since our proverbial “leap into consciousness” 2 million years ago – saying hello to a frontal lobe and goodbye to “base […]

15 Mar 19
jobrandjr

Summary:  Santa Monica –> Las Vegas, Polly’s Pies, Alien Fresh Jerky, Nostalgic Street Rods Janet The drive from Santa Monica to Vegas was reasonably quick once we got through the insane LA traffic, which we did prior to our first stop of the day (for Pi Day): Polly’s Pies. Polly’s Pies Our final stop in […]

12 Mar 19
Wild West Destinations

The Alamo Bolide Impact Site ~ Alamo Canyon, Nevada The town of Alamo, Nevada is about 90 miles north of Las Vegas on the Great Basin Highway (U.S. Highway 93).  Alamo is a historic small town in the Pahranagat Valley, which is the home of a vast wildlife refuge and lush green ranches.  The Pahranagat […]

11 Mar 19
Wild West Destinations

The World’s Tallest Thermometer & Alien Fresh Jerky ~ Baker, California! June and July are when record high temperatures are set in the Southwest.  Oddly enough, there are plenty of tourists that flock to this region even when the heat of summer reaches the boiling point.  Sure, there are cooler western destinations to visit, but […]

09 Mar 19
Wild West Destinations

Rachel, Nevada ~ The Extraterrestrial Highway! Aliens and creepy secret military bases may be spooky topics, but these areas of paranormal interest actually are a reality in Nevada.  Area 51 is a scret base installation that is infamous for alien UFO research rumors and this place is often referred to as a suburb of Las […]

21 Feb 19
wearaboutsofwendee

This past weekend’s adventure was going away to Las Vegas to celebrate not only President’s Day Weekend, but also: Valentine’s Day Weekend, as well as Chinese New Years. Table of Contents: (1) Reason For Trip, (2) Where We Stayed, (3) Itinerary/Guidelines to how to efficiently maximize your time on the Strip, and (4) What we […]

21 Feb 19
The Toilet Ov Hell

One year since the last installment of this series and the snow has not even begun thawing. Yet underneath the slush and fading ice, six treasures emerge and each proposes a distinct view of funereal and alien music unbound from the expectations and conventions that frequently surround it. Welcome to the first of this year’s […]

09 Feb 19
Katalepsis, a different place

Previous Chapter Next Chapter Slipping was never the same twice. Once, when I was twelve years old, it gripped me as I stepped into the shower, a jerk and a twist and another world bloomed around me; I crept naked for hours through a rotting jungle beneath a throbbing black sun. My parents found me […]

03 Feb 19
TODAY NEWS

DIETING can be hard if you come home from work exhausted….

03 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
DIETING can be hard if you come home from work exhausted. All you want is to order a tasty takeout or grab whatever rubbish you’ve got stored up in the kitchen – whether that’s a crisp sarnie, or a big bowl of buttery pasta. Meal prep like its the end of the world – it’ll help you to lose weight But sports nutritionist Scott Baptie says that life doesn’t have to get in the way of your body goals. He says your best bet is to “prepare for an alien invasion and eat well”. Writing in his new book  – 101 Ways to Lose Weight and Never Find It Again – Scott says that in an event of a pending disaster, we’re told to stock up on emergency foods to tide us over for a few days. “I’d also suggest you take the same approach when you’re trying to lose weight. Choose frozen fruit and veg – it’s cheaper and it lasts longer “When faced with a dietary disaster, it can be all too common for people to throw in the towel and either order a greasy, calorie-loaded takeaway or just create a random concoction of bits they find in the cupboard like cheese and crackers with a side of toast, crisps and half an Easter egg. “However, if you’ve got an emergency food stash, then you can still cook up a tasty and healthy plate of scoff to tide you over.” Scott suggests always having a collection of essentials at home. [boxout headline=”Scott’s top alien invasion/diet disaster-avoiding foods”] “Keep a stash of emergency foods like tinned meats, soups and frozen vegetables in the event that your supermarket shop slips your mind. “You can have a healthy meal without calling for a number 32 with extra spicy sauce and prawn crackers.” tinned tuna tinned chicken frozen veg tinned soup packets of rice with the veg and spices in them already beef jerky nuts frozen berries [/boxout] Scott points out that it’s really not necessary to stock up on fresh fruit and veg either. For one thing, it goes off quite quickly – and that can lead to you forking out lots of money…only to later bin a lot of food. Frozen produce, however, is often way cheaper than the fresh variety and it lasts a lot longer. Oh, and it’s just as good for you. “Fresh vegetables are not only an emergency food staple but they’re also a great idea for folk who live on their own and want to keep their food waste down,” Scott explains. In fact, he says that fresh foods tend to lose their nutrients quite soon after being harvested – so by the time you get to eat them, their vitamin pack isn’t as powerful. [article-rail-topic title=”MORE OF DIET” term_id=”527″ posts_number=”12″ /] Frozen produce, however, is frozen very shortly after being picked which means that their nutrients are preserved for much longer. “Researchers in California did a study to check this and they found no difference in the nutrient quality of the fresh or frozen varieties in the eight different fruits and vegetables they tested,” he says. So, stock up on your soups, rice and peas and rest assured that you’ve always got something nutritious ready to go! We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours
03 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
DIETING can be hard if you come home from work exhausted. All you want is to order a tasty takeout or grab whatever rubbish you’ve got stored up in the kitchen – whether that’s a crisp sarnie, or a big bowl of buttery pasta. Meal prep like its the end of the world – it’ll help you to lose weight But sports nutritionist Scott Baptie says that life doesn’t have to get in the way of your body goals. He says your best bet is to “prepare for an alien invasion and eat well”. Writing in his new book  – 101 Ways to Lose Weight and Never Find It Again – Scott says that in an event of a pending disaster, we’re told to stock up on emergency foods to tide us over for a few days. “I’d also suggest you take the same approach when you’re trying to lose weight. Choose frozen fruit and veg – it’s cheaper and it lasts longer “When faced with a dietary disaster, it can be all too common for people to throw in the towel and either order a greasy, calorie-loaded takeaway or just create a random concoction of bits they find in the cupboard like cheese and crackers with a side of toast, crisps and half an Easter egg. “However, if you’ve got an emergency food stash, then you can still cook up a tasty and healthy plate of scoff to tide you over.” Scott suggests always having a collection of essentials at home. [boxout headline=”Scott’s top alien invasion/diet disaster-avoiding foods”] “Keep a stash of emergency foods like tinned meats, soups and frozen vegetables in the event that your supermarket shop slips your mind. “You can have a healthy meal without calling for a number 32 with extra spicy sauce and prawn crackers.” tinned tuna tinned chicken frozen veg tinned soup packets of rice with the veg and spices in them already beef jerky nuts frozen berries [/boxout] Scott points out that it’s really not necessary to stock up on fresh fruit and veg either. For one thing, it goes off quite quickly – and that can lead to you forking out lots of money…only to later bin a lot of food. Frozen produce, however, is often way cheaper than the fresh variety and it lasts a lot longer. Oh, and it’s just as good for you. “Fresh vegetables are not only an emergency food staple but they’re also a great idea for folk who live on their own and want to keep their food waste down,” Scott explains. In fact, he says that fresh foods tend to lose their nutrients quite soon after being harvested – so by the time you get to eat them, their vitamin pack isn’t as powerful. [article-rail-topic title=”MORE OF DIET” term_id=”527″ posts_number=”12″ /] Frozen produce, however, is frozen very shortly after being picked which means that their nutrients are preserved for much longer. “Researchers in California did a study to check this and they found no difference in the nutrient quality of the fresh or frozen varieties in the eight different fruits and vegetables they tested,” he says. So, stock up on your soups, rice and peas and rest assured that you’ve always got something nutritious ready to go! We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours
03 Feb 19
The Sun
DIETING can be hard if you come home from work exhausted. All you want is to order a tasty takeout or grab whatever rubbish you’ve got stored up in the kitchen – whether that’s a crisp sarnie, or a big bowl of buttery pasta. Meal prep like its the end of the world – it’ll help you to lose weight But sports nutritionist Scott Baptie says that life doesn’t have to get in the way of your body goals. He says your best bet is to “prepare for an alien invasion and eat well”. Writing in his new book  – 101 Ways to Lose Weight and Never Find It Again – Scott says that in an event of a pending disaster, we’re told to stock up on emergency foods to tide us over for a few days. “I’d also suggest you take the same approach when you’re trying to lose weight. Choose frozen fruit and veg – it’s cheaper and it lasts longer “When faced with a dietary disaster, it can be all too common for people to throw in the towel and either order a greasy, calorie-loaded takeaway or just create a random concoction of bits they find in the cupboard like cheese and crackers with a side of toast, crisps and half an Easter egg. “However, if you’ve got an emergency food stash, then you can still cook up a tasty and healthy plate of scoff to tide you over.” Scott suggests always having a collection of essentials at home. [boxout headline=”Scott’s top alien invasion/diet disaster-avoiding foods”] “Keep a stash of emergency foods like tinned meats, soups and frozen vegetables in the event that your supermarket shop slips your mind. “You can have a healthy meal without calling for a number 32 with extra spicy sauce and prawn crackers.” tinned tuna tinned chicken frozen veg tinned soup packets of rice with the veg and spices in them already beef jerky nuts frozen berries [/boxout] Scott points out that it’s really not necessary to stock up on fresh fruit and veg either. For one thing, it goes off quite quickly – and that can lead to you forking out lots of money…only to later bin a lot of food. Frozen produce, however, is often way cheaper than the fresh variety and it lasts a lot longer. Oh, and it’s just as good for you. “Fresh vegetables are not only an emergency food staple but they’re also a great idea for folk who live on their own and want to keep their food waste down,” Scott explains. In fact, he says that fresh foods tend to lose their nutrients quite soon after being harvested – so by the time you get to eat them, their vitamin pack isn’t as powerful. [article-rail-topic title=”MORE OF DIET” term_id=”527″ posts_number=”12″ /] Frozen produce, however, is frozen very shortly after being picked which means that their nutrients are preserved for much longer. “Researchers in California did a study to check this and they found no difference in the nutrient quality of the fresh or frozen varieties in the eight different fruits and vegetables they tested,” he says. So, stock up on your soups, rice and peas and rest assured that you’ve always got something nutritious ready to go! We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours
02 Feb 19
Travel Diaries

Dear Travel Diary, I was fortunate enough to end 2018 traveling. Not only were me and my husband, Kennedy, able to travel back to my hometown of San Diego, CA, but we were also able to take a family road trip! It wasn’t my family’s first time taking a road trip, but it was a […]

22 Jan 19
Amel Rahman

The alarm rang with significant fanfare, garnering little enthusiasm and much irritation in the sole listener Jubin, helpless in the next room of the hostel. “Are you getting that?” Jubin shouted. He plummeted his head into his pillow and shut his eyes. In fifteen minutes it would give up its lament, he told himself. The […]