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5 Facebook tricks you never knew existed

Most of us have a love-hate relationship with Facebook. Sure, it’s an easy way to keep in touch with family and friends, but it’s also a major time drain and privacy killer.<p>There is more to Facebook than status updates, photos and comments. Here are five little-known Facebook chills and thrills.<p><b>1.</b> …

21 things you didn't know your iPhone could do

Some of these features are buried in the Settings menu while others are hidden in plain sight.<p><i>(Note: Some of these features may only be available in iOS 8 and higher)</i>

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Apple TV: The ultimate guide

Welcome to your new set-top box.The fourth-generation Apple TV is here. It brings Siri, third-party apps and game controllers, a new Home screen, …

Lamb Chops with Fresh Herbs and Roasted Figs

6 Servings<p>September 2009Print<p>Ingredients<p>LAMB CHOPS<p>1 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemary<p>4 teaspoons chopped fresh thyme<p>4 teaspoons chopped fresh marjoram<p>2 2-pound racks of lamb, trimmed of fat and sinew<p>2 tablespoons olive oil<p>2 garlic cloves, sliced<p>2 tablespoons grapeseed oil<p>ROASTED FIGS<p>12 ripe Kadota …

When your Mac runs slow, give it a tuneup

Macs are solid machines, but just like their owners they have a tendency to get lethargic as they age. Launching and switching programs takes longer, simple tasks become arduous, and the dreaded beach ball of doom appears more often than it did when your machine was new. The operating system just …

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Tender, Juicy & Flavorful Steakhouse Burgers

5 stars based on 119 votes<p>I worked in a fine dining steakhouse for six years, so I’m very picky when it comes to my burgers. If they’re not tender, …

Best Butterscotch Pudding Recipe

Home > Recipes by Category > Custard, Meringue & Pudding Desserts > Best Butterscotch Pudding<p>April 22, 2014 // 40 <i>Comments »</i><p>Are you a butterscotch …

Make The World's Best Hot Chocolate

Skip the box of the store-bought bonbons and heat things up with this recipe<p>You know the phrase, “Love is in the details?” Whoever coined it must have been a passionate cook.Take, for example, hot chocolate.You could tear open a packet of the powdered stuff, complete with tiny dehydrated …

Grill Coffee-Rubbed Flank Steak

Celebrate grass-fed beef with this guest-pleasing recipe.<p>Sometimes an ingredient is a gift.<p>Last October, I began a story for the April 2014 issue of <i>Men’s Health</i> in which I cooked (and ate) my way through 1/8th of a grass-fed, Scottish Highland cow. When I met my cow's rancher, Cathy Pomanti of …

Trump Hot Wings With Buffalo Cauliflower

Skip the chicken and you’ll satisfy your craving without the bloat.<p>I’m sorry, but screw wing night. I know that going out with friends to gorge on cheap chicken parts stands as one of man’s favorite forms of socializing, but I’ll pass.<p>I’ll pass on the Atomic Firebomb Intestinal Incineration wing …

Bake Crunchy, Spicy Kale Chips

It's time to ditch the potato chip<p>Forget that they’re healthy—digging into a batch of homemade kale chips offers an experience far more rewarding than your average bag of potato chips. That signature chip crunch is lighter and, as the kale crumbles, the seasoning coats your palate instead of …

Cauliflower Buffalo Bites

Preheat oven to 450F degrees.<p>Place cauliflower florets into plastic bag. Drizzle olive oil over florets to barely coat.<p>Add garlic powder, salt and …

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breakfast friday >> Sweet Potato + Spinach Frittata

Chocolate Protein Bars

I can’t believe I haven’t shared this recipe with you yet. This was <b>the first clean eating recipe</b> I made last January, and it’s definitely a winner. …

The Farmer's Market Cookbook: Parsnips Tips and Recipes

The parsnip is a taproot in the carrot family. A poisonous cousin grows wild in Eurasia, but the sweet parsnip we know is a Mediterranean vegetable that was familiar to the Greeks and Romans. Parsnips were an important staple all over Europe before that conquering starch, the potato, arrived from …