Megan Bagby

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The Best Chewy Brownies Recipe by Faith Gorsky

<b>These brownies have to come with a disclaimer though; they are full-fat, full-sugar, and not “light” in any way.</b><br>By Faith Gorsky<p>I think you’ll find …

Baking Your Way to a Slimmer You

Whoever said <i>never trust a skinny cook</i>, clearly was not trying to fit comfortably into their summertime bikini. Otherwise they might have thought twice about who should be trusted in their kitchen! I am often faced with skepticism and disbelief when I tell people that I am a pastry chef. The fact …

Dessert

Awesome America: 51 Facts And Attractions You Need To Check Out

With 50 states, 59 national parks, countless museums, monuments and attractions, there is a never-ending list of things to see and do in America.<p>Once you've checked the big ones off your list, do you find yourself wondering where to head next?<p>Because America is awesome and we are celebrating our …

Best of May 2013

Tag: Design News

Current Obsessions: Tricoleur<p>by Gardenista Team<p>Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Ideas to Steal from France<p>by Gardenista Team<p>Current Obsessions: …

Landscaping

How to Make any Galette (or Crostata) in 7 Steps

<i>Here at Food52, we love recipes -- but do we always use them? Of course not. Because once you realize you don't always need a recipe, you'll make your favorite dishes a lot more often.</i><p><i>Today: With these 7 steps, you won't need a recipe to make rustic, free-form fruit tarts -- through summer and</i> …

The 2013 Songs of the Summer

<b>This is the second year</b> I've compiled a Songs of the Summer package, but let's be clear: I'm not any closer to believing the entire "Song of the Summer" concept is anything more than a bullshit media construct. Like I said last year, Major League Baseball is seasonal. Music shouldn't be. Yes, there …

Pictures: America's Most Endangered Historical Sites

The top five most endangered historical sites in America include an iconic sports arena and a Chinatown community center.

Five Brilliantly Colored Beaches

Sandy Escape<p>We all love warm, sandy beaches. But wouldn’t they be more fun if they came in purple, orange, and red?<p>06.19.13 4:45 AM ET

Best Trips 2013

Got wanderlust? We’ve got your ticket. The National Geographic Traveler editors present the new year's 20 must-see places.

Summer's Hottest Beach Reads

Whether youre downloading them or buying them at Barnes and Noble, these page-turners are worth tossing in your tote.<p>Whether you're downloading them or buying them at Barnes and Noble, these page-turners are worth tossing in your tote.

Emily’s Munich

When <b>Emily Rasch</b> fell in love with a German exchange student in the U.S., she knew she couldn’t give him up. So, after two years of dating an ocean apart, they decided to move to Munich. In the six years she’s lived there, the city has become a second love, and one she writes about for <b>Spotted by</b> …

48 Hours in Hamburg, Germany

From the May 2013 issue of National Geographic Traveler<p>In March 1910, Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin convinced the citizens of Hamburg that they needed to make room for the wave of the future: the airship. By the next year, the city had opened one of the world’s first airports. This spirit of …

Berlin Cold War Spy Sight

Home » Blog » Destinations » Europe » Germany » Spy vs Spy<p>April 26, 2013 11 Comments »<p>Shares 240<p>A listening station during the Cold War<p>The simple 3 …

best-things-to-do-see-in-freiburg-germany

Follow his travel adventures & tips here: Grounded Traveler<p>I wasn't born here and I didn't grow up here, but I still claim Freiburg Germany as my …

Neustadt - Hiking and Walking Holidays

Where to Go in Germany<p>Neustadt<p><b>If you hike anywhere in southwest Germany, you are bound to come across Neustadt sooner or later – most likely to</b> …

German History

UNESCO World Heritage Site #221: Old town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof

The history of Regensburg is complex ranging from the Roman Empire to the modern times. The following are the main periods:<p>• Antiquity: from AD 179, …

UNESCO World Heritage Site #220: Pilgrimage Church of Wies

The sanctuary of Wies, a pilgrimage church miraculously preserved in the beautiful setting of an Alpine valley, is a perfect masterpiece of Rococo …

UNESCO World Heritage Site #216: Speyer Cathedral

Speyer Cathedral exerted a considerable influence not only on the development of Romanesque architecture in the 11th and 12th centuries, but also on …

UNESCO World Heritage Site #213: Frontiers of the Roman Empire

At its height the Roman Empire extended into three continents. Its borders reflected the waxing and waning of power over more than a millennia. In …

UNESCO World Heritage Site #209: Aachen Cathedral

With its columns of Greek and Italian marble, its bronze doors, the largest mosaic of its dome (now destroyed), the Palatine Chapel of Aachen has, …

UNESCO World Heritage Site: Town Hall and Roland on the Marketplace of Bremen

The Bremen Town Hall and Roland are an outstanding ensemble representing civic autonomy and market freedom, as developed in the Holy Roman Empire. …

Roman Monuments, Cathedral of St Peter and Church of Our Lady in Trier

Trier is an example of a large Roman capital after the division of the empire. The remains of the Imperial Palace, in addition to the Aula Palatina …

Solo Travel Destination: Munich, Germany

Great public transportation, beautiful castles, enchanting gardens, open-air markets - this is what our Solo Travel Society member loved about …

Solo Travel

Post-Modern Medieval - nerd's eye view

The historic main square in Frankfurt is a pretty cobbled place. There are buildings on three sides with black or red timbered faces. There are cast …