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Janice Myint
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Recipe of the Day: Ree's Bruschetta

Spoon juicy grape tomatoes with garlic, balsamic and basil over grilled baguette slices for a two-bite dose of summery brightness.

Get the recipe: http://www.foodtv.com/32pa7.
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The MN State Fair is open, so the annual food-on-a-stick showdown has begun. This is an update of an old post--a few years ago, Jeff and I presented our bread methods and introduced our latest and ...
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"The obvious truth about global warming is this: barring miracles, humanity is in for some awful shit...we are heading for up to 4°C and maybe higher by the end of the century. That will be, on any clear reading of the available evidence, catastrophic. We are headed for disaster — slowly, yes, but surely..." o_O
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Poor grandchildren and their kids.
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Shhh.. It's a secret ;) 
POPOS are private parks for the public — but designed to hide in plain sight.
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In conclusion, the military either wanted the Golden Gate Bridge to look like a bumble bee or a candy cane. Thankfully this didn’t happen. :D
 
The Golden Gate Bridge’s iconic “International Orange” paint job was a bit of a happy accident. If the United States Navy got its way, the landmark stretch of infrastructure would look like a bumble bee. That would’ve been just sad.
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It still can.
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"Stretched the entire length of Page Street from Fillmore to Steiner, with a white marble surface, a bandstand that could fit 110 musicians, and three thousand pairs of roller skates on hand. The facility could accommodate more than 8,000 people" Wow.. That would've been cool to see in the heart of SF :D
A century ago, a massive roller skating rink regularly drew huge crowds to Page and Fillmore.
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Dean the Basset is only the coolest dude around, so you can trust what he has to say.
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Coool!
 
Watch DJ QBert "Scratch Lightning". He's controlling a tesla coil with his turn tables! http://ow.ly/NiEyo
DJ Qbert and Intel teamed up to eliminate a DJ's need for a laptop, and scratched a tesla coil while doing so.
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So awesome!
 
When it comes to getting animals adopted, some shelters will stop at nothing. Remember the incredibly creative dog photo booth project we covered? The ingenious campaign gained so much attention all dogs in the shoot were adopted – which is quite a…
The Battersea shelter is re-homing animals by utilizing some very innovative technologies.
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Cute idea!
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Basset Hound photobombs.. awesome! :D
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Cool! Always wondered what those circles were... :)
Those mysterious brick circles you see on streets? They are cisterns -- a form of ancient technology adopted after the 1906 earthquake to aid firefighting. We all know...
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Started out in Mechanical Engineering studying biomechanics and in particular joint replacements (think the Bionic Woman.. j/k!), but moved on to IT after graduation and caught the start-up bug (loved the fast pace and close knit atmosphere).  After joining and leaving several start ups, I joined Aardvark which was acquired by Google and I've been here ever since. :)
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Suffolk, VA - Princeton, NJ - Ithaca, NY
Love it! Every I go here I love what's on the menu. Beer selection is nice too. Beware if you go on a weekend.. pretty long wait times
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Extremely tasty! Portions are just right and the staff is very friendly. Only thing that would be more awesome is if they had a few more protein options.
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Went here for dinner during my last trip to Vegas. Amazing meal! Highly recommend the Surf & Turf and the Lobster Bisque.. mmmm. The service was great.. very attentive.
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What a magical restaurant! They sat us in a small cliff side nook over looking the ocean. The view was breathtaking and so romantic! The service is impeccable and food the best we had on our trip to Italy.. very fresh seafood and so tasty. Highly recommend the black pasta special and the marinated mussels.. so good we had the mussels two nights in a row! :)
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So happy to have five guys in the area! Love the fries!! :D
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Wonderful atmosphere, great service and food! Definitely recommended.
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