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What Is The Difference Between Anchovies & Sardines Taste?

What Is The Difference Between Anchovies & Sardines Taste? By Sara R Watson Beyond the nutritional values, there is one other very important matter to broach when discussing sardines and anchovies. How do anchovies vs sardines taste? Since most of us use canned sardines and anchovies, the difference between the two is not much, but they have a distinct flavor….

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Dad’s Way To Celebrate Mom’s First Mother’s Day

  Dad’s Way To Celebrate Mom’s First Mother’s Day By Anil Prabhakar With your wife’s first mother day around the corner, she deserves only the very best on her first Mother’s Day. To make this happen, you must have a game plan to surprise her with immense pleasure in a major way. After all, she has endured pregnancy, childbirth and…

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Healthy and Hearty Sandwich Recipes You Shouldn’t Miss Out On

Healthy and Hearty Sandwich Recipes You Shouldn’t Miss Out On By Adrian T. Cheng A sandwich can be a snack or a meal on its own. It’s easy to prepare, pack and take with you if you’re always on the go. It can also be a fulfilling meal when you’re winding down and relaxing at home. Either way, sandwiches are…

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The Nigerian Movie Industry (Nollywood) – The Origin (History)

The Nigerian Movie Industry (Nollywood) – The Origin (History) By Augusta Okon Here is an abridged version (yet richly enlightening) from one of the articles i wrote concerning this subject matter. Film exhibition began to thrive during the Colonial era, with Glover Memorial Hall playing host to a range of memorable films viewed by “potential Nigerians”, in August 1903. However,…

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Chinese Food – It’s Now Easy To Make At Home

Chinese Food – It’s Now Easy To Make At Home By Harshad Jethra Just about everyone adores Chinese dishes; there is something very unique about the mix of sauces and veggies! One is sure to adore Chinese food, the kind they serve at restaurants, maybe even street food. But have you ever considered making Chinese food at home? One might…

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Searching For The Culprit Behind The Universe’s Great Cold Spot

Searching For The Culprit Behind The Universe’s Great Cold Spot By Judith E Braffman-Miller The Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) radiation is the most ancient light that can be observed. This primordial, wandering light began its long, treacherous, mysterious journey nearly 14 billion years ago–and it is an almost-uniform background of radio waves that flow throughout the entire Universe. The CMB…

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Aston Productions brings Irish Folklore to Cannes with acclaimed short “Deirdre”

* Actress Tara Fitzgerald attached to the feature film adaptation. * (LONDON, UK) – May 9th, 2017. – Henley based production company Aston Productions is proud to announce that their latest award-winning short film “Deirdre”, written and directed by Jo Southwell, will have a special screening in the city of Cannes during the Richard Harris International Film Festival showcase as…

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Things You Need When Getting A Liquor License

Things You Need When Getting A Liquor License By Ian Grey When starting a restaurant most especially establishment that offer liquor, it is important to first apply for a liquor license. This license is essential to ensure that you abide by all the rules authorities issue with regard to safety. However, before getting a license, it is important for owners…

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Nine Classic Books Mentioned In Seinfeld Episodes

Nine Classic Books Mentioned In Seinfeld Episodes By Doug Poe For a show that was promoted as being about nothing, the sitcom Seinfeld sure did touch on many different issues. The most well-known themes involved relationship troubles, problems with co-workers, and learning how to live peacefully among the many eccentric citizens of New York City. One of the often overlooked…

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Eugenics: Dark Past of Selective Breeding

Eugenics: Dark Past of Selective Breeding By Kaspar Schmidt Sir Francis Galton, Victorian psychologist and scientist, was by all accounts a genius. He was responsible for inventions such as the weather map and classifying fingerprints for use in forensic science. He also began studying short term climate change in his native England. As a half cousin to Charles Darwin, he…

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