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Slow-Cooked Whiskey-Molasses Shredded Beef

Slow-Cooked Whiskey-Molasses Shredded Beef is a great recipe for busy households. Braising or pot roasting is the method of choice for large, less tender cuts of beef such bottom round, chuck center, and brisket. The final result of this slow cooking method is tender beef that melts in your mouth. ... Read More »

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3 Things Road Warriors Don’t Do, and 1 That They Do

“To Do” lists, a necessary evil, I use Any.Do to help me keep my “S” together. Any.Do offers a simple interface that interacts with Alexa and Apple reminders. What most people fail to have is a “Don’t Do” list. You should start one and add these 3 things it. Don’t Overpack – ... Read More »

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Musings on chain letters and the information age

Thanks to technology, the internet, social media, cell phone apps, etc. I don’t think that anyone would argue that we have access to more information than ever before. In fact, the flood of information has become so great that it often overwhelms our ability to process it. Worse, it often ... Read More »

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Back-to-School Science: Eliminate Dairy In Your Diet for Physical and Environmental Health

Back-to-school means critical thinking skills around consuming dairy and to not be force-fed marketing. Because dairy is not only a likely contributor to you or your child’s behavior and obesity problems as well as depression or other illnesses, it’s also destroying Florida’s environment and the world’s. A study of our ancient Neolithic ancestors who first ... Read More »

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Morning Mix recipe: Chicken With Porcini-Cider Sauce

Chicken With Porcini-Cider Sauce is my Morning Mix recipe of the week. With school back in session, full schedules require quick and easy dinners. The cut of chicken used in this recipe is called a “paillard:” Breast halves, flattened to enlarge in diameter and to ensure even cooking. Serve the ... Read More »

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Buttermilk Grits Waffles

Buttermilk Grits Waffles is a recipe developed by the blog Sprinkles Bakes for the American Butter Institute, and the recipe lives on their website Go Bold With Butter. Corn grits have long been a Southern staple. This easy, vintage recipe uses leftover prepared grits in buttermilk waffle batter. The combination ... Read More »

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Thoughts for Male Teachers in the New School Year

  Current and future educators attending Florida Blogging and Technology Conference Thoughts for Male Teachers in the New School Year by William Jackson, M.Ed. Public and Higher Education Educator Teacher of the Year 2014 – 2015 Venetia Elementary #VESOMA Venetia Elementary School of Medical Arts #MyQuestToTeach on Google As the ... Read More »

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17 Minute Chocolate Cake with Silhouette Frosting

17 Minute Chocolate Cake with Silhouette Frosting was originally published in the 1940 edition of “Aunt Cora’s Vintage Cookbook.” You can find this recipe and other great tested dishes at DixieCrystals.com. Use the “Spoon & Sweep” method to measure the flour until required amount is obtained. Scooping measuring cup directly into ... Read More »

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