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Black Bean Chili Dip

Black Bean Chili Dip is a great tailgate recipe for watching the game at home or fueling up near the stadium. Quick and easy, this appetizer comes together in a snap, simplifying your game day party prep. Serve it hot with crisp tortilla chips for scooping up all the cheesy, ... Read More »

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Saving patient Ryan- a modern tale of health care

Saving Patient Ryan (a true tale of modern health care) Office manager: “Doctor, the insurance company has kicked out your claim for patient Ryan. They won’t accept your ICD-10* diagnosis code.” Doctor Miller: “What? Why? I know I coded this correctly.” Office manager: “They said it is not specific enough.” ... Read More »

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Writing and Storytelling for Africans

  Writing and Storytelling for Africans by William Jackson, M.Ed. @wmjackson Twitter Speaker at WordCamp DC, WordCamp Jacksonville, WordCamp Wilmington N.C. “Writers have to recognize the works of the artist and those of the activist. Creating content is more than just throwing words, video, pictures on a digital sheet of ... Read More »

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Morning Mix recipe: Sweet and Smoky Salmon with Orange Salsa

Sweet and Smoky Salmon with Orange Salsa is my Morning Mix recipe of the week. The dish combines Fresh from Florida ingredients with a convenience product from McCormick Spices. Every Thursday, you can find more recipes curated exclusively for WOMX Mix 105.1’s website. Sweet and Smoky Salmon with Orange Salsa Yield: ... Read More »

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This and That – Notes on Orlando Hospitality

Sometimes life needs updating.  With sooooo much going on recently, here-there-everywhere, I wanted to provide some updates on a few things I’ve written about (or, intended to write about. . .?) in the past.  In no particular order: T2T Run – I posted about this worthwhile 5K back in August ... Read More »

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Pork Quinoa Salad with Cherries

Pork Quinoa Salad with Cherries is a sweet-tart dish that can be served as an entrée or as a side. To make the recipe your own, try using different grains, dried fruits and nuts. Pork Quinoa Salad with Cherries Yield: 6 side dish servings, or 4 entrees 1 pound pork ... Read More »

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No-Bake Mac and Cheese with Crispy Crumb Topping

No-Bake Mac and Cheese with Crispy Crumb Topping from “The Dairy Good Cookbook: Everyday Comfort Food from America’s Dairy Farm Families,” is a streamlined version of a classic baked dish. Broiling the breadcrumb topping gives the dish the texture of baked mac and cheese in less time. No-Bake Mac and ... Read More »

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When Mercedes-Benz puts the AMG badge on a car, you know it means business! Yes, the C43 AMG doesn’t have a legendary bi-turbo V8, but it has AMG power, prestiege, exhilaration for a relatively cheap price. Traditionally when you see an AMG badge on a Mercedes, you can nearly double ... Read More »

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September Crazy Travel Roundup

Welcome to September travel. I was born on September 30th, nine months after New Year’s Eve, do the math, more than likely alcohol was involved in my conception. Three-quarters of the year has passed, and there’s no shortage of craziness. Club vixens rob old man after romping in hotel room – ... Read More »

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Coffee Ice Cream Pie

I missed National Coffee Day on Friday, but do we really need a designated non-holiday for an excuse to sample Coffee Ice Cream Pie? I think not. This recipe from Pillsbury.com is quick and easy. Coffee Ice Cream Pie Yield: 8-10 servings Crust: 30 thin chocolate wafers, crushed (about 1 ... Read More »

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