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Foursquare Condemns Same Sex Marriage, Holds Yearly Men’s Retreat

PHOTO; FLICKR<p>THE approval of same sex marriage by the U. S. has been described as an abomination, which speaks volume of the evil in the society.<p>This …

Marriage equality and the 'Not Alone' Catholic Vote video's crocodile tears

<i>Catholic Vote’s attempt at ‘viral content’ to combat widespread community support for marriage equality has succeeded spectacularly, writes Emmet</i> …

More knocks for same-sex marriage

By Sam Eyoboka and Olayinka Latona with Agency reports<p>AS Christian leaders in the United States are divided over the recent Supreme Court ruling that …

Cliff Kincaid: Impeach Justices Ginsburg And (Lesbian) Kagan For Non-Recusal On Gay Marriage | VDARE - premier news outlet for patriotic immigration reform

The homosexual marriage decree by the Supreme “Court” has provoked Accuracy in Media’s Cliff Kincaid to write his most important (and dangerous) …

Pastor Apologizes Via Facebook For Offensive Church Marquee About Same-Sex Marriage

Pete O’Leary, senior pastor of the Christian Church at Holbrook, New York, definitely feels some kind of way about gay marriage. Although he wasn’t …

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Paul Hollywood: how to make perfect croissants

It's National Croissant Day, so here is Bake Off king Paul Hollywood's delicious recipe<p>The French have always prided themselves on their artisan bread, and on the bakery that is to be found in every French village, however small, which sells fantastic croissants, baguettes and pastries. And they …

Sensational strawberry recipes

Strawberry season is upon us. We asked chefs and food writers from Lorraine Pascale to Paul Rankin for their favourite recipes<p>There's no taste that evokes the English summer better than a delicious home-grown strawberry, preferably still warm from the sun.<p>The best English strawberries really need …

Crab club sandwiches with dulse mayonnaise recipe

The sea vegetable dulse pairs expertly with crab<p>Makes 4<p>Dulse, Mara assures, is best with smoky foods and fish, so I have added it to mayonnaise for a luxurious club sandwich made with crab and smoked bacon, a filling starter or an ideal lunch. The recipe suggests that you season the mayonnaise with …

Sandwich Week: the best sandwich recipes from around the world

To mark National Sandwich Week, Helen Graves, author of the book '101 Sandwiches', shares six sensational recipes from across the globe<p><b>VIETNAM: Caramel pork bánh mì</b><p>The bánh mì is arguably one of the world's greatest sandwiches. A light baguette is stuffed with various fillings, which may include …

Asparagus: top chefs share recipes for springtime's finest food

As the brief British asparagus season approaches, Simon Hopkinson introduces some of the best ways to serve this delicious vegetable<p>Every year I am moved to cook English asparagus just as soon as the month of May hoves into view. Particularly, I love driving down to Secrett’s Farm in Surrey, where …

Fig and goat’s-cheese pizza recipe

Sweet figs balance sharp goat's cheese, tender golden onions and balsamic vinegar in this scrumptious pizza<p><i>Serves two to four (depending on appetite)</i><p>I have given instructions on how to make your own dough, but if you’d rather not, Marks & Spencer now does ready-made fresh pizza dough that is very …

Speedy weeknight suppers: crab, avocado and radish salad

Welcome in the spring with this deliciously fresh-tasting crab salad, with a simple dressing<p>Fresh, bright and herby, this salad may sound rather light but is surprisingly filling. Served with a bowl of new potatoes or a softly poached egg, it becomes quite substantial, but on a warm evening you …

My favourite dish: Nathan Outlaw's sea bream with chicory tart

This simply-cooked sea bream is given vibrancy with a chicory tart and pink grapefruit and pistachio dressing<p>I created this at my first restaurant, The Black Pig. I didn’t have much money so made ingredients go a long way – the chicory marmalade would last well, and tasted delicious. Adding …

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Hate beetroot? 10 delicious recipes to convert you

Sales of beetroot are reported to be soaring, partially due to its (many) health benefits. Xanthe Clay shares her top 10 favourite ways with the vegetable<p>Beetroot sales are soaring – up 20per cent in four years, according to figures by market research specialists Kantar. It’s great news for our …

Speedy weeknight suppers: fig, prosciutto and gorgonzola croutes

Carmalised figs and prosciutto make for an easy but stylish Italian meal<p>This recipe, given to me by a good friend and fellow cook, Bella Thomas-Ferrand, sings of indulgent Italian eating both with its classic flavours and ease of preparation. A friendly greengrocer will find you figs but failing …

Brewer crowdfunds First World War centenary beer

A brewer is creating a special beer to mark the centenary of the First World War's beginning<p>A beer expert is creating a unique ale to mark the centenary of the beginning of the First World War.<p>Peter Haydon, a London-based brewer and beer historian, has teamed up with Crafted & Distilled, a start-up …

Remembering the Irish who fought with Britain in 1914

Irish memories of the First World War are often overshadowed by the Easter Uprising. But tens of thousands fought and died in the fields of Europe<p>At Dublin's Glasnevin Cemetery yesterday, a significant event took place: <b>the unveiling of a Cross of Sacrifice erected in conjunction with the</b> …

World War One centenary: Far-flung heroes of the first truly global war

An interactive map produced by the National Archives highlights the key role played by countries across the globe in the First World War<p>They were thousands of miles away from the horrors of the Western Front.<p>But islands and territories such as Jamaica, Bermuda and the Seychelles played a key role …

Lest we forget the worldwide war

As the centenary of the First World War nears, we must reflect on the Empire’s sacrifices, says Hew Strachan<p>The Great War was a global conflict, and yet the commemoration of its centenary is becoming resolutely local. That is true of countries other than Britain, but it is for Britain that the …

The lost gardeners of Heligan

A series of events tomorrow commemorates the workers who left the idyllic Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall for the First World War trenches<p>“Heligan is a modern miracle,” wrote the novelist John Fowles. “Once the estate of the Tremayne family, its ancient community was definitively scuppered – …

How darkness descended over Europe in August 1914

On the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, historian Hew Strachan profiles Sir Edward Grey, whose words are behind a national commemoration<p>"The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our life”. In his 1925 memoirs, Sir Edward Grey said that he could …

Inventories of war: soldiers' kit from 1066 to 2014 - Telegraph

WWI photos colourised to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the conflict - Telegraph

First World War centenary: how the events of August 1 1914 unfolded

Britain went to war on August 4, 1914. In the first part of a four-day series, we document the dramatic events leading up to the declaration of war as they happened, hour-by-hour<p><i>Are we to go in or stand aside? Of course everybody longs to stand aside.</i> <b><br>Herbert Asquith, diary entry, July 31</b><p>The crisis …

WW1 women at work: In pictures - Telegraph

First World War centenary: how the events of August 2 1914 unfolded

Britain went to war on August 4 1914. In the second part of a four-day series, we document the dramatic events leading up to the declaration of war as they happened, hour-by-hour<p><i>Ever since 1892, when France and Russia had joined in military alliance, it was clear that four of the five signatories</i> …

August 3 1914: the countdown to cataclysm

Pre-war Edwardian Britain was not a happy place. Millions lived in overcrowded city slums, unable to earn enough to feed their families, Ireland was a tinderbox and suffragettes were dying<p>Everyone remembered the glorious summer before the outbreak of the First World War. The long golden days …

August 3 1914: the countdown to cataclysm across the world

The build-up to hostilities of the First World War was met with joy in Berlin, disinterest in France, disbelief in America and fear in Russia<p><b>GERMANY by Justin Huggler</b><p>Huge crowds poured through the streets of Berlin on 3 August, 1914. They were celebrating in Germany. Soldiers marched through the …

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World War One: how the events of August 4 1914 unfolded

Britain went to war on August 4 1914. We document the dramatic events leading up to the declaration of war as they happened, hour-by-hour<p>The outbreak of war in 1914 is not an Agatha Christie drama at the end of which we will discover the culprit standing over a corpse in the conservatory with a …