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The 25 Best Abs Exercises

Refresh your workout with these ab exercises<p>Nothing says fit like a washboard stomach. But scoring high-definition abs isn't as easy as cranking out crunch after crunch. To sculpt a stronger, more chiseled core, you need the best ab workout to work the two dozen muscles between your hips and your …

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Muscle Building Diet - Top 7 List of High Protein Foods That Build Muscle

Protein is without a doubt, the most important nutrient for packing slabs of lean muscle mass onto your body. You may lift weights until you turn …

How the last American Civil War veterans lived, loved and died

Last of the Civil War veterans<p>Some Confederate, some Union, all fighters.<p>1913<p>c. 1913<p>For 90 years after the last shot of the American Civil War was …

Giant WWI "war tubas" were pretty much exactly what they sound like

"War tubas"<p>The strange history of listening before radar<p>1930s<p>During World War I, aerial warfare became increasingly important. Zeppelin airships …

Headphones

Monarchist Military Advancement in World War II

Everyone knows that military technology developed rapidly during the Second World War. A conflict which still featured bi-planes and cavalry charges …

Trainer Q&A: What’s the Difference Between Eating for Muscle and Eating for Endurance?

Mark Barroso

Baked Pasta with Chicken Sausage

• 1 tablespoon olive oil<br>• 3/4 pound fresh sweet Italian sausage (I use chicken, but feel free to use pork)<br>• 1/2 onion, diced<br>• Kosher salt<br>• 1 fat clove garlic, peeled and smashed<br>• Handful basil leaves<br>• 4 cups chopped tomatoes (fresh or canned)<br>• 1 cup heavy cream<br>• 1/2 cup grated Parmesan<br>• 1/4 cup ricotta cheese<br>• 1 cup …

Recipes

20 Casserole Recipes That Are Actually Delicious

Hello, weeknight dinner.

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60-second guide to Bletchley Park – the WW2 code-breaking centre that spawned the computer age and made the D-Day landings possible

Bletchley Park housed Britain’s key decryption centre during the Second World War, and is credited with shortening the conflict by at least two …

D Day

5 facts about the history of football

Julian Humphrys explores the history of football – bringing you the facts about the first official football match in October 1863 and the changing …

International Football

Operation Barbarossa, the Anglo-American War, and a secret marriage: 3 things that happened On This Day 22 June

What happened on this day in history? We round up three famous events, births, battles and deaths...<p>22 June<p><b>1941:</b> Hitler launched Operation …

Fred Perry: the icon and the outcast

Tennis and table tennis player Fred Perry (1909–95) was a three-time Wimbledon champion – winning the tournament in consecutive years, 1934-6 – and …

Abraham Lincoln Meeting With General George B. McClellan

<b>Abraham Lincoln Meeting With General George B. McClellan</b><p>MClellan (facing him at left) at McClellan’s headquarters after the Battle of Antietam, October 1862; photograph by Alexander Gardner.<p><i>What you might not know:</i> George Armstrong Custer also in this photo<p>SUMMARY: Photograph from the main eastern theater of the war, Battle of Antietam, September–October 1862. 1. Col. Delos B. Sackett, I.G. 2. Capt. George Monteith. 3. Lt. Col. Nelson B. Sweitzer. 4. Gen. George W. Morell. 5. Col. Alexander S. …

The Old Soldiers Home, where Booth originally plotted to kidnap Lincoln

<b>The Old Soldiers Home, where Booth originally plotted to kidnap Lincoln.</b><p>U.S. Soldiers Home, Corn Rigs (Lincoln Cottage), Rock Creek Church Road & Upshur Street Northwest, Washington, D.C. Main façade, oblique view. Now the centerpiece of President Lincoln and Soldiers’ Home National Monument.<p>This file comes from the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS), Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) or Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS). These are programs of the National Park Service …

The Assassination of President Lincoln - Currier and Ives 

<b>The Assassination of President Lincoln - Currier and Ives</b><p><b>Currier & Ives, 1865.</b><p>Lithograph of the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln. From left to right: Henry Rathbone, Clara Harris, Mary Todd Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln, and John Wilkes Booth. Rathbone is depicted as spotting Booth before he shot Lincoln and trying to stop him as Booth fired his weapon. Rathbone actually was unaware of Booth’s approach, and reacted after the shot was fired. While Lincoln is depicted clutching the flag after being …

Foodily Blog

Chorizo and mushroom pasta bake

I’ve been up in Sydney in the last few days, soaking up the beautiful sunshine and enjoying the views and water as well as all the events that were …

miso sweet potato and broccoli bowl

Here are the things I jotted down on my cooking wish-list <i>whilst</i> (!) I was in the UK: baked cauliflower cheese, a “proper” English Sunday roast (with …

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Angela Hartnett's spicy chicken and rice recipe

This quick and easy mix of chicken, spices and basmati rice has all the eastern flavour of a classic biryani<p>I have always been a fan of one-pot wonders. This take on a biryani is actually quite light – and it's perfect served cold.<p><b>(Serves 4)</b><b><br>200g basmati rice</b><b><br>4 tbsp olive oil</b><b><br>1 onion, chopped finely</b><b><br>1</b> …

baked pasta with broccoli rabe and sausage

Guys, I am in the weeds this month. After a summer of lazy, a summer of two vacations and a husband (eh, unpaid assistant) always around, making life …

The Food Lab: Ultra-Crispy New Potatoes With Garlic, Herbs, and Lemon

Do you enjoy being lied to? I certainly don't. Yet nearly every time I eat roasted potatoes, I feel like I've been betrayed. They come to the table all nicely browned and craggy, but they inevitably have soft, papery skins that don't offer any real contrast with the creamy flesh below. It's like,</i> …

Braised Chicken Thighs with Carrots, Potatoes and Thyme | Williams-Sonoma Taste

Fresh herbs and sweet carrots update this old-fashioned skillet dinner. Serve with a side of homemade cornbread for a meal that feels homey and special — perfect for fall.<p><b>Braised Chicken Thighs with Carrots, Potatoes and Thyme</b><p>1 1/2 lb. (750 g.) skinless, boneless chicken thighs, fat trimmed<p>Kosher …

Chicken Parmesan | Williams-Sonoma Taste

This Chicken Parmesan is perfect for a weeknight meal that still feels satisfying — and a little indulgent. Chicken breasts are coated in panko breadcrumbs and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese to create a crispy, flavor-packed crust, then topped with melted mozzarella cheese and a bright tomato sauce. …

Baked Penne with Lamb, Eggplant and Fontina | Williams-Sonoma Taste

Too many baked pasta dishes turn out dry because the sauce lacks a creamy, binding consistency. This recipe answers that dilemma by dressing the pasta generously in bechamel sauce before layering with eggplant and a savory lamb ragu. The fontina cheese melts and forms a golden crust on top.<p><b>Baked</b> …

Recipes

Fettuccine with Wild Mushrooms | Williams-Sonoma Taste

A wonderful way to enjoy wild mushrooms is to sauté them with shallots and herbs, toss with tender pasta and crown the dish with Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. For a final touch, offer chunks of the cheese drizzled with aged balsamic vinegar.<p><b>Fettuccine with Wild Mushrooms</b><p>1 Tbs. olive oil<p>1 1/2 oz. (45 …

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