Big Green Egg

12 Dec 18
Mathpresso

These interesting titles are worth checking out. By Christina DesMaraisContributor, Inc.com@salubriousdish There’s no getting around the fact that successful people are readers. It’s because they know how important it is to learn from others, keep themselves sharp, and stay informed on trending schools of thought. Here are interesting titles worth checking out, according to more than two dozen high […]

12 Dec 18
Musestruck

“Esra finish your tea.” I sank back into my chair and blew on my tulip-shaped tea glass in a vain attempt to hasten my exit. My mother was facing the stove, frying spicy slices of sucuk. Unfortunately, my anne (mother) didn’t have to see me to know I’d been about to slip away. “Gunaydin (good […]

12 Dec 18
Sistas of Strength and Endurance

Hitting the hustle and bustle of the Annapurna Circuit and heading for Besi Sahar for race start was an unwelcome feeling after the tranquillity of Manaslu and even though it meant civilisation was near, I’m not sure I was ready for civilisation. I felt unsettled and not quite myself descending from Chame to Besi Sahar. […]

12 Dec 18
Mamaway Malaysia

Can you imagine taking six kids on a road trip? We recently took the kids on a road trip to Noosa, the happiest place on earth. We were dying for some warmth, so sunny Queensland seems like the perfect destination. Call it thrifty, call it mad, but here’s how we survived our hardcore 16 hours, but entirely brilliant, a road trip with six kids.

12 Dec 18
Game of Thrones: A Song of Influence and Filmography

For economic and cultural reasons specific to this period in history, a show like Game of Thrones would never have been possible decades earlier. Game of Thrones’ creation was made possible, in part by reduction of government regulation of television content, as well as the continued evolution of technology and effects utilized by independent television […]

12 Dec 18
Savour It All

What could express the down home goodness of our famous Albertan hospitality better than making a few gifts from your kitchen for friends and family?  Here are a few favourite recipes I have developed or collected over the years. From easy chocolate bark to DIY soup, hot cocoa and cookie kits to slightly more involved […]

12 Dec 18
Breegull Beak Reviews

Summary: A decade ago Banjo and Kazooie had their first adventure in eight years. In a vehicle building quest the duo faced Grunty in a battle for the deed to Spiral Mountain. While I’ve looked at his game before five years ago, I did so without actually replaying the game. In celebration of 20 years of bears and birds battling witches it’s time to give this classic another look and experience it all over again.

12 Dec 18
Allergy Momma

At long last… Here is my gumbo recipe! Gumbo is by far my favorite meal to make.  My mom is from Southern Louisiana and I was raised between Louisiana and Mississippi, always learning from my mom about Cajun food.  The Cajun version of gumbo (which I was taught was the original, but creoles will argue […]

12 Dec 18
Treasure in Jars of Clay

 Sights of Christmas: The world wrapped in holiday colors of red, green, silver, and gold. Crimson berries nestled in emerald green holly leaves. Wreath-clad doors, mailboxes garbed with garland scarves, and shrubs robed in lights. The “Big Tree” towering over Lenox Square. Piled gifts spilling beyond the sheltering arms of a Christmas tree’s embrace. On, […]

12 Dec 18
WritersWrite

Pauld2leo.wordpress.com (Book 48 Non-Fiction (Baseball, Our Field of Dreams’…Vol 2) By C. Paul Di Tullio                                                 Chapter 12 – ‘Casey at the Bat’ by Ernest Lawrence Thayer ©           […]

12 Dec 18
fantasyjibjab

Playoffs Round 1 Results #3 Trashmen – 204.6 #6 BD Bandits – 162.27 The George Kittle game! He inexplicably tallied a big fat goose egg in the second half (perhaps they finally decided to have someone cover him) but that 30 spot was still a boon to ‘Bowski’s chances. It covered up the fact that […]

12 Dec 18
Alex R Carver

Tonya Duncan Ellis – Secret Santa   About the Author Tonya Duncan Ellis loves to travel and has visited 49 American states, 20 countries, and three continents, but some of her best journeys have been between the pages of a novel. As a girl she could always be found with a book in her hand, […]

12 Dec 18
donnaporteous

By Donna Porteous Every day I am asked questions about the alkaline lifestyle such as practices, food and beverages all toting to be alkaline or which have an alkalizing effect that clearly do no and are not. Often I meet with new clients who have been working on an “alkaline system” or who have received […]

12 Dec 18
Butterfingrrs

Day 8: Our final day in Sri Lanka! The week went by quickly, and so did the changes in scenery that took us through the city, up to the cooler mountains, and down to where the hiking trails were. A week for us definitely wasn’t enough to see all that Sri Lanka has to offer […]