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4 November, 2015

Taco Bell Lost a Bet and Now Everyone Can Get Free Breakfast on Thursday

Taco Bell Lost a Bet and Now Everyone Can Get Free Breakfast on Thursday
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks If you’re among the many Americans who have been putting off trying Taco Bell’s new breakfast menu, now’s your chance. Hit up your nearest Taco Bell between 7-11 a.m. tomorrow and you’ll get one free A.M. Crunchwrap, thanks to Kansas City Royals outfielder Lorenzo Cain. If you haven’t been keeping up
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4 November, 2015

Want to Invest in the Next Facebook or Twitter? A New Law Means You Can

Want to Invest in the Next Facebook or Twitter? A New Law Means You Can
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks Remember the graffiti artist who is now a multi-millionaire because he opted to be paid in Facebook shares? Makes you wish you could invest in promising startups too, doesn’t it? Well, a recent change in the law has now made that possible. Before you get too excited, keep two things
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4 November, 2015

8 Upgraded Recipes for Oatmeal, Congee, and Porridge

8 Upgraded Recipes for Oatmeal, Congee, and Porridge
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks There are dozens of variations on the slow-cooked Chinese rice porridge, congee; it’s cooked with vegetables or meat, topped with pickles or hard-boiled eggs. A common breakfast food said to be easy on the stomach, it sustains infants and the elderly, as well as those feeling under the weather. Source:
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4 November, 2015

Drizzle Your Dumplings With Browned Butter

Drizzle Your Dumplings With Browned Butter
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks They’re most commonly known as dumplings or ravioli—simple ingredients wrapped in bundles of dough and cooked countless ways. Less well known are manti, Turkish dumplings traditionally filled with lamb that are then steamed or boiled and served with yogurt. They’re good enough to cross the border into nearby Ukraine, home
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