These easy lamb shoulder chops—served with an herby salad—are the perfect excuse to light up your grill. Nothing says spring like bright, fresh green herbs. And when you pair them with lamb? You've got...
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Guerrilla marketing is one of the cheapest and most effective ways to produce results. Tough economic times are requiring more and more business owners to find creative ways to get ahead. Lots of people...
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During the Cold War, the US detonated 1,054 nuclear bombs in its own backyard as a part of its weapons testing program. And while it’s difficult to imagine that many nukes detonating in a single country, their residual effects are relatively intuitive; for anyone who’s seen Chernobyl, anyway. Which is why it’s not that surprising to hear there are trace amounts of nuclear fallout in Americans’ food. Specifically, their honey.
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From indulgent chocolate bars and rich, cheesecake-style bars, to tropical coconut dessert bars and zingy lemon cookie bars, these easy recipes are the ones you'll rely on again and again when feeding a group of people, or preparing for pick-nick at the beach.