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Slow Cooker Recipes That Will Feed A Crowd

Super Bowl Sunday is fast approaching. Have you planned your Super Bowl party menu yet? If you haven't figured out what you're going to cook for the big game, don't panic. We've got Super Bowl recipe collections that run the gamut from wings and nachos to sliders. We've also rounded up some stellar …

The Quietest Place In America Is One Square Inch In Olympic National Park

As travelers, we're always looking for places to unplug, unwind and totally disconnect from the hectic world we live in. Away from human buzz, we're able to get in touch with ourselves while truly getting away.<p>So apparently, <b>we should head to this single square inch of land in Olympic National Park</b> …

5 things Facebook asks for that are none of its business

To Facebook, your personal information is everything. The more the site has on you, the more money it can make from advertisers who want to target you. Unfortunately, there are some things you shouldn't share online.<p>Each of these things alone might be all right, but added up they could lead to …

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4 Wholesome and Hearty Bean Soups to Get You Through Winter

<b>1. Pasta e Fagioli</b><p>Pasta e fagioli -- literally "pasta and beans" -- is a hearty and heartwarming Italian soup, perfect for a chilly night. There are countless recipes but this one, adapted from Chef Joe Cicala's recipe in the <i>The Washington Post</i>, is the best I've tried. The base of the soup is made …

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Adding Salt To Your Coffee Reduces Bitterness: Fact Or Fiction?

There's not much that will get in the way between and avid coffee drinker and their cup. Come hell or high water, they will find a way to drink their favorite caffeinated beverage. Even a poorly brewed cup of diner coffee is better than no cup of coffee at all. But that doesn't mean they won't try …

12 Small Ways To Travel More This Year

We often trick ourselves into thinking of travel as a big-time event -- and the truth is, you're not always going to have thousands of dollars to fund a plane ticket, hotel room and dozens of meals out. But you <i>are</i> always going to have wanderlust, and there <i>is</i> a way to cure it without breaking the …

Can Baked Buffalo Wings Ever Taste as Good as Fried?

Like onion rings, fried pickles, and all other good bar snacks, buffalo wings require a dip in the deep-fryer—great for a crackly texture, not so …

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This Hack For The Perfectly Shaped Fried Eggs Just Changed Breakfast Forever

Fried eggs should be easy, right? The perfectly cooked fried egg requires only a few basic necessities, like a non-stick pan and medium heat, and you're pretty much golden after that. You can follow some other techniques, like covering the pan halfway through to fully cook the whites, adding a few …

Ben & Jerry's New Cookie Core Ice Cream Flavors Turn All Your Dreams Into A Reality

Remember when Ben & Jerry's announced its Core Ice Cream Flavors last year? With epic flavors like Hazed and Confused and That's My Jam, how could we forget?<p>Pros at improving and expanding upon golden ideas (in December they introduced Peanut Butter Half Baked, a peanut-buttery version of its now …

3 Kings Holiday Cake Laced With Synthetic Drugs Makes Dozens Hallucinate

<i>Updated at 3:18 p.m. on Jan. 13.</i><p>Last week Southern California Public Radio reported that dozens of people became ill from a Rosca de Reyes, a Three Kings Day bread that is traditional in various Hispanic communities. The sick patrons of Cholula's Bakery in Santa Ana, Calif., and its retail outlets …

NYPD chief denies report that officers told no vacations, sick days until summons slowdown ends

New York Police Commissioner William Bratton is denying a published report that rank-and-file New York City police officers have been told not to take any vacation or sick days until the number of low-level arrests and summonses return to normal levels.<p>According to a report in the New York Post, …

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