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Victoria Nuland More information slowly is spilling out about the apparent weaponization of United States intelligence agencies by Obama officials worked to undermine the Trump campaign in 2016. Government watchdog Judicial Watch on Thursday announced the release of more than 80 pages of documents showing senior Obama State Department officials advancing the now debunked Russia-collusion […]
Do dwarves like turnips? The very integrity of this Flash Fiction Month installment depends entirely upon the answer to my question.
I woke up, unable to breathe, the pain was just about the most unbearable I had ever encountered. I was dizzy, My now husband, fast asleep beside me, would never wake up, he slept soundly, which I loved about him. I had to crawl to the bathroom, my legs weren’t working, my back was spasming. […]
ET #2: They grilled stuff outside using USDA beef. Dorian: Entrée: T-bone w/ sweet potato puree & grilled tomatoes Dessert: Brioche French toast w/ grilled plum/bourbon compote & sweet cream Jamie: Entrée: Tomahawk steak w/ anchovy butter, duck fat broccolini, fingerlings & spicy creamed corn Dessert: Smoked peaches & crème fraiche Wuta: Entrée: NY Strip […]
Portland Knows Best When It Comes to Celebrating Oregon Cider Week By Amalia Reading, June 27th, 2019, Washington State University Vancouver The eighth annual Oregon Cider Week is underway and is giving you all things cider from June 20to the 30. This week packed full of events and special tastings is only fitting for the […]
Intriguing title, no? You are wondering what exactly we are taking a break from. Travel? Blogging? Each other? No, no, definently not. We headed out of Medellin (up, and up, and up, remember?) along a twisty road towards the small town of Salento. What should have been a 6 hour ride took almost 9 hours […]
This week on the ranch… Our daughter came home for a few days. She was an amazing help. Together we worked on a few projects I am in the middle of. She also helped do some canning while she was here. I love spending time with her. I cherish the moments we work together and […]
In Utah, we celebrate a State Holiday on July 24th commemorating the entry of Brigham Young and the first group of Mormon pioneers into the Salt Lake Valley on July 24, 1847. Last May, we were able to go to Switzerland and visit the home/farm/family/village were my ancestors migrated from. It left a huge impression on […]
So, I’m thinking of doing sort of a “Classic Thursday” kind of thing. I wish there was a catchier name for that. What’s a “T” word that’s fitting? I’ve just started a Steinbeck book, and I’m looking for something to fill the gap because I’m not sure how long it’ll take me to finish. There’s […]
Laura M Kaminski (Halima Ayuba) grew up in Nigeria, went to school in New Orleans, and currently lives in rural Missouri. She serves on the editorial teams of two online journals: Praxis Magazine Online (Nigeria) and Right Hand Pointing (USA). She is the author of several poetry collections and chapbooks, including Anchorhold (2018), 19 Ghazal Street (2016), Dance Here (2015), Considering Luminescence (2015), And Yes, I Dance (2014), Answering the Cuttlefish (2014), […]
Mango jam captures the sunny, tropical flavor of fresh mangoes for year-round use. Can up this simple mango preserve for a shelf-stable jam, or simply store it in the refrigerator for immediate use. Either way, mango jam is the perfect way to preserve mangoes.