Eggs

27 May 19
Gone For A Vial

A little late for this foodie post but it doesn’t mean we didn’t love our food adventures in Korea! We’ve been back in Vancouver for a few months now & there isn’t a day that we don’t reminisce about our travels – food & all! We used to live in an area of Greater Vancouver […]

27 May 19
The Imaginative Conservative

I. Entry into the First World War revealed the entanglement of interest and idealism that has long characterized American politics and thought. Yet, apart from fears about the disruption of international commerce, few Americans regarded the outbreak of another war in the Balkans as a matter demanding serious attention or concern. Still fewer could have […]

27 May 19
In Singapore...baby!

Brynne was going through some of the literature from the hospital today…we had a lull in the eating and boom boom action, so she had a little time on her hands. She came across advertisements for taking the umbilicil cord and putting it in acrylic. Sometimes they include a little tuft of hair and the […]

27 May 19
JaneSNA

IT’S NOT ABOUT THE TIME OF DAY, IT’S THE APPETITE! I just got back from a month of visiting family and friends in Bangkok where I ate many plates of noodles: flat noodles, glass noodles, round noodles, egg noodles, rice noodles. But why is eating noodles there different from eating noodles here? First, noodles, like […]

27 May 19
WhatIsWorld

Researchers in the U.S. have found that taking high-dose vitamin E in patients with Alzheimer’s significantly prevents functional decline. Previous studies have shown, however, that it can be fatal and there is disagreement as to whether it should be taken as an additive, as it is found to be adequate in food. New hope for Alzheimer’s […]

27 May 19
eFoodAlert

Here is today’s list of food safety recalls, product withdrawals, allergy alerts and miscellaneous compliance issues. The live links will take you directly to the official recall notices and company news releases that contain detailed information for each recall and alert. If you would like to receive automatic email alerts for all new articles posted […]

27 May 19
axel cabrera

Salad Dressings Just because it is salad does not automatically make it healthy. Vegetables are full of antioxidants, vitamins, and antioxidants; salads are usually very healthy meals. But some are loaded with cheese, croutons, chicken, meats, bacon, blue cheese, ham, eggs, and avocado. Any salad that is creamy and dipped in olive oil is probably […]

27 May 19
WhatIsWorld

Researchers found a link between the level of vitamin D and success rates in IVF treatments where the fetuses of women with a normal vitamin level were higher and and higher chances of absorption in the womb. Italian researchers have found that the success of infertility treatments is related, among other things, to the levels of vitamin D in the blood. Researchers […]

27 May 19
Arlene's Blog

Getting Yourself Comfortable to Write Copy Concentration is key for long stretches of time.  Remove yourself from all distractions.  An effective way to use your time is by using a timer to write chunks at a time with 5 to 10 min. breaks, repeat 4 to 5 times and take half-hour to an hour breaks […]

27 May 19
The World of a Magpie

I hardly ever get to the beach, and by that I mean digging around in the sand. It really doesn’t appeal to me and many of my magpie family. So I have no idea why I had to venture down to the beach, on Easter Sunday of all days, despite the hazardous surf and windy […]

27 May 19
AndieSpice Up Your Life

Fuckin CHRIST! Your gonna be late for god damn school. FUCK. I’m sorry guys i made a mistake. I can call the attendance office because you are definitely for absolute-fuckin sure going to be late. Zero kids reacted in any way shape or form. Not to yelling, cursing nor did they care about being late. […]

27 May 19
Three Plates Full

Meal updates from last week: We really enjoyed the chicken, rice and bean burritos from last week, I ate mine as a salad while everyone else ate theirs in a tortilla.  We LOVED the shrimp cobb salad!  There were so many different ingredients and they all went so well together.  I loved the cilantro dressing, […]

27 May 19
Welcome

Children of Missoula, along with their parents, got a free clinic in the game of rugby Sunday from veterans of the sport. Syno Rugby Services, a company based out of Missoula, hosted the event as part of a drive to introduce American children to a game that has its origin in 19th century England. Syno’s […]

27 May 19
CulinaryNewb

INGREDIENTS 1 pound ground beef 1 pound pork sausage 24oz tomato sauce 12oz tomato paste 2tsp garlic minced 2 teaspoons sugar 2 teaspoon Italian seasoning (McCormick) 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 3 large eggs 3 tablespoons minced fresh parsley 24oz small-curd cottage cheese 8oz ricotta cheese 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese Lasagna noodles, cooked […]