Michael Bjerregaard

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Beef kofta curry | Beef recipes

<b>Ingredients out • Kettle boiled • Large frying pan, high heat • Medium lidded casserole pan, high heat • Liquidizer</b><p>START COOKING<br>Put the lentils into …

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Green Pizza with Cauliflower Kale Crust

<i>pizza, pizza, pizza<br>you are so good<br>pizza, pizza, pizza- I wish I could SAY<br>pizza, pizza, pizza-OH, would you marry me<br>pizza, pizza, pizza- you are so</i> …

5 Meatless Ways to Show Zucchini Some Love

Celebrate the zucchini with us, a superfood summer jewel! This time of year, gardens and farmers’ markets are bountiful with zucchinis. This …

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Meatless Monday: Monday Burgers Cookbook

Follow<p>Meatless Monday: Monday Burgers Cookbook<p>Our website, MeatlessMonday.com has hundreds of recipes that you can use to go meatless at home - and …

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GIGS.2.GO USB sticks by Bolt Group (j) Each tab on this credit card-sized pack by American designers Bolt Group can be torn off and used as a USB stick. The GIGS.2.GO pack by Bolt Group is made of recycled paper pulp and contains four tear-off tabs with a USB flash drive in each. The concept was inspired by Bolt Group designers frequently having problems sharing presentation and CAD files with clients. "Burning CDs is slow and impractical, and nobody wants to leave behind their trusty—and expensive—32GB thumb drive. We saw a need for a smaller pack of drives that could be shared and even left behind with a client," said designer Kurt Rampton. Though the drives are designed to last for many uses, the paper and electronic components can eventually be separated and recycled. (via dezeen)