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  1. Flashes of culinary inspirationRead the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | Bangkok Post

    A Thai contestant has been crowned the winner of the reality cooking competition The Amazing Food Challenge: Fun in The Philippines Season 2. Sunya Thadathanawong, a 34 year-old freelance photographer beat nine other contestants from nine countries in Asia in the televised cook-off, and brought home the grand prize of $30,000 . "It was an experience that money could not buy," Sunya said.


  2. 5 Reasons Why You Are Pale And What You Can Do About ItRead the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | International Business Times

    Paleness or palor is described as having very light skin color, which can be caused by different factors like reduced blood flow or low red blood cell levels. It is essential to determine the cause of paleness since it can indicate compromised health at times.


  3. Washington House votes to restrict surveillance, dronesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | Greenwich Citizen

    The Washington state House of Representatives passed a series of bills Wednesday to strengthen privacy rights against emerging incursions from surveillance technology and drone aircraft. Under the bills sent to the Senate by wide, bipartisan margins, it would become a state misdemeanor and civil liability for a private citizen to use a drone to peep on another person, and police would need specific legislative permission to buy new drones or other types of advanced surveillance technology.


  4. Gardening in MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | North Texas e-News

    This is your last chance to get those cool season leafy green and root crops such as spinach, chard, turnips and beets in the ground. Plant these in the first two weeks of the month.


  5. Bill Cosby Accuser Jane Doe No. 2 Reveals Her Identity: 'I Decided to Speak My Truth'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | KLAL-FM Little Rock

    ... three women, nor any other pending legal action against Cosby, but she says "this has been a very huge chapter of my life, and I want to stand up and support others." Thompson first told her story to PEOPLE, describing her experience as a ...


  6. Ritholtz: Wal-Mart gets a crash course in labor economicsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Denver Post

    Last month, we learned that Wal-Mart was giving the lowest-paid of its hourly employees a raise. In a blog post, Wal-Mart chief executive officer Doug McMillon said that as of April, the company will pay a minimum of $9 an hour.


  7. the American Table: Recipe for bourbon slushRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | Brandon Sun

    Here's a cocktail in honour of St. Patrick's Day. But you're going to have to cut me some slack.


  8. Jim Hightower: The GOP Gang of Supremes Goes After ObamacareRead the original story

    9 min ago | Noozhawk

    Look out - the Supreme Court's black-robed gang of far-right ideologues is rampaging again! The five-man clan is firing potshots at Obamacare - and their political recklessness endangers justice, the court's own integrity and the health of millions of innocent bystanders. In an attempt to override the law, these so-called "justices" have jumped on a wagonload of legalistic BS named King v.


  9. Pacete: Australian volunteer for tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Sun-Star

    Midore CafA has been face lifted with Trish's idea of painting in the crystal wall the tourist attractions in Silay. She did come up with a coffee mix that would tickle my throat every three o'clock in the afternoon with banana heart burger, some Japanese recipes, or the "arroz caldo" with chicken egg that has become everybody's favorite.


  10. Nourishment comes from appreciating foodRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    ... and sensing meals while being mindful of hunger and satiety cues-feeling full. Making eating and food a priority in life and devoting time for procurement, preparation and meals with others will help to bring the body into a better balance ...


  11. Season Stepp: Celebrate Pi Day with these tasty pie recipesRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago |

    This month, people around the world will witness something that occurs only once a century. No, not a comet, eclipse or anything of that nature, but still science related: On March 14, at 9:26 a.m. , the date and time will reflect the first 10 digits of Pi.


  12. Page Onorato: Please dona t take my Goo Goo Clusters awayRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago |

    ... in 1912, Ohio candy-maker Clarence Crane came up with a treat that wouldn't melt in the hot summertime and called it Life Savers. Both World Wars were boon years for candymen. During World War I, huge blocks of chocolate were shipped out with the ...


  13. Top Floyd Mayweather Jr. Boxing Cards to Grab Before the Big Fight with Manny PacquiaoRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | The Cardboard Connection

    In addition to plenty of knockouts, Floyd Mayweather Jr. brought personality back to boxing. Sure, boxing has not enjoyed the same popularity since Mike Tyson left, but there is still much left in the tank for the sport and Mayweather leads the way.


  14. Master Pilot Award recognizes Hawkins' skill and longevity as a pilotRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | The Star

    STAFF PHOTO BY DEDE BILES Richard H. Hawkins received the Federal Aviation Administration's Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award at the Aiken Municipal Airport on Tuesday. Richard H. Hawkins wasn't honored just for his longevity as a pilot on Tuesday.


  15. Mexicans Hating on Blacks, Part XXIVRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | OC Weekly

    DEAR MEXICAN: Recently, I visited a viejecita in an assisted-living home. As I'm getting on in years myself, I wondered how I would fare in such a place.


  16. McDonald's antibiotic-free move could prompt U.S. chicken squeezeRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | AlertNet

    A plan by McDonald's Corp to phase out chicken raised with certain kinds of antibiotics at its 14,000 U.S. restaurants will put additional pressure on an already-stressed supply chain. Antibiotic-free chicken currently accounts for a tiny portion of total U.S. supplies, and an increasing desire on the part of consumers for more "natural" products has meant that demand sometimes exceeds supply.


  17. Otterville women donate quilts to vetsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | Sedalia Democrat

    Debbie Bentzin sews a lap-quilt at the Otterville Senior Center Wednesday afternoon. The four-by-five-foot lap-quilts will be donated to veterans at the Harry S. Truman VA Hospital in Columbia.


  18. Quick Lanes & Ounce of Prevention to host Bowling for Ta Ta'sRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | WTCA-AM Plymouth

    Ounce of Prevention and Quick's Lanes are joining forces to fight breast cancer in Marshall County. The 2nd Annual Bowling for Ta Ta's will be held on Saturday, March 4th at Quick's Lanes in Plymouth.


  19. "The act of prayer is in itself a grace"Read the original story

    17 min ago | DFW Catholic

    ... they were purely coincidental. If it turns out to be the case that God wants to answer my prayers, then my lousy prayer life is responsible for a whole lot of grace missing in this world. Frankly, though, it doesn't matter. The act of prayer is in ...


  20. Review: Delectable documentary on Jewish deli traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | The Daily Democrat

    You may see better documentaries this year, but you won't see any that are more mouth-watering than "Deli Man," Erik Greenberg Anjou's look at America's Jewish delicatessens, a dying tradition. The film offers a playful and tasty crash course in deli history, dining and language.