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Michael Peeples
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A simple guy who loves to cook and to tell stories about it.
A simple guy who loves to cook and to tell stories about it.

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Crispy Salt and Pepper Shrimp - An Experiment
There are two Chinese buffet joints near my office downtown. One is only a couple of blocks away and is relatively cheap. The other is nearly three times as many blocks away and runs about five dollars more per plate. The price reflects the quality of the f...

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Salted Shrimps ( #Saewu-sogeumgui #새우소금구이)

How would you like to eat shrimps?
It is such an easy ingredient to cook. And I like to cook it without any seasoning but salt. Actually we don't use salt to season the shrimp. Salt is spread on a pan and shrimps are grilled on top of that. Salt is also used to protect shrimps from burning and to give a little aroma of saltness. But it has amazing taste.😀
I really recommend the cooking technique if you want to taste its own natural flavour.🖒

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War Among the Foods
We've all been there - at a party, social gathering, fr iendly backy ard BBQ, and somebody bring s up the topic . Maybe just a casual mention, maybe even a shared secret, but soon all hell erup ts. No, I'm not talking about politics or religion. I'm talking...

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McRib Marketing - BUSINESS
Ever wonder why McDonald's only offers the McRib during the Christmas shopping season? Well, I wonder why they chose the Christmas season, but I don't wonder about their tactics. Some say it's meat availability. An informal 2011 study called "A Conspiracy o...

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Over 5,000 board games were released last year, continuing a sharp upswing in the creation of new games over the past 30 years. The website BoardGameGeek.com is a haven for board game enthusists and features reviews and opinions for 84,164 games released since 1900. There are almost 1,500 games that have earned scores of 9+ (out of 10) with 79% of games earning a rating above 5. Some of the lowest rated games of all time are also the most popular: Monopoly, Operation, Snakes and Ladders, Tic Tac Toe, Bingo, The Game of Life, and Candyland.

After the 1950's, the total number of games released and the proportion of games garnering higher scores began to increase. Based on the data, 2012 was arguable the "best" year in board gaming history with over 20% of releases earning scores of 6+. However, that trend may be coming to an end as the scores plateau. Many think this is the result of lower quality games flooding the market backed by crowdsourcing (Kickstarter and Indiegogo).

#Games #BoardGames #Data #DataViz #Timeline #Proportion #Percentage #BoardGameGeek


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Who's a good boy?
More practice with posing. I was trying to teach ATAT to sit up like a good puppers, and it sorta worked, except that it looks more to me like he's about to scoot his butt across the living room carpet. #starwars
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