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Four Misconceptions That Won’t Help When You Hit the Slopes This Season

Common Errors to Avoid from Sought-after Instructor & Keynote Speaker Chalky White As the season gets underway and skiers of all levels journey to the snow capped mountains, chances are that a great many of them will do some things that won’t help their cause, says world-class ski instructor Chalky White....

Salem VI Cookies & Cocktails Recipes

Rebecca’s Revenge Cookies and the Coven Cocktail were created by Cookies and Cocktails contributor, Francine Boecher. The recipes were inspired by the book Salem VI: Rebecca’s Rising by Jack Heath and John Thompson; they are perfect to bring out the Fall and Halloween spirit. To learn more about Cookies and...

World’s Oldest Travel Guides Infographics From Graphs.Net For Friday Facts

When the first manuscript was written documenting a merchant’s travels and trade on the Indian Ocean no-one could have guessed the impact the humble travel guide would have on travellers of the future. From this simple beginning has sprung a huge business intent on publishing every fact and figure available...

Lisa Barrangou Author of RealSmart Baby Food

Lisa Barrangou is a food enthusiast, food educator and advocate for healthy living. She is a former corporate food scientist turned personal chef for infants. Lisa has been making homemade baby food and teaching parents to do so since 2005. She holds a B.S. in Nutrition, Food and Agriculture from Cornell...

Sugar & Salt, A Year At Home And At Sea by Annie Mahle

Book Review Simple and delicious recipes, tales, and experiences captivate the reader to keep devouring the entire book.  However, before I go on more about the book, I’d like to tell you a little more about Annie Mahle, as that will intrigue you just as much.   Mahle has honed her skills for more than 25...

Sous Vide Spirits Infusions from Mark Spivak of The Iconic Spirits

 Sous Vide has intrigued me a long time. Leave it to Mark Spivak to see how creative and cutting edge bartenders are using this method to infuse spirits. ~MDH . . Over the past decade, the sous vide cooking process has morphed from an esoteric technique to something commonplace in both professional and home...

Discover What Awaits John Andrews in the Newest Installment of the Spellbinding Salem Witch Trilogy

Author Jack Heath and John Thompson’s Novel “Salem VI Book II: Chain of Souls” Continues The Paranormal Witch-Hunt CHARLESTON, S.C. — Only days after a bloody battle in which he the killed the leaders of the group of Devil worshippers known as the Salem Coven John Andrews learns that his daughter, Sarah,...

A Perfect How-To Guide For Real Smart, Foodie Moms

Author Lisa Barrangou’s “RealSmart Baby Food” Released As An eBook In Time For Mother’s Day RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA – As a food scientist who previously worked for three different Fortune 500 food companies, Lisa Barrangou knows first-hand what processed food truly is. When she had her first child, she knew...

Travel and Words—A Gateway to Seaside, Oregon

  Recently, my wife Maralyn, fellow journalist Michelle Winner, and I attended the Travel and Words Conference in Seaside, Oregon. We were delighted to take advantage of this opportunity to tour the town of Seaside and nearby sites. Food, Frivolity, and, of Course, Beer Our tour started with lunch at Camp...

AMAZINGLY GOOD, INCREDIBLY EASY AND REMARKABLY INEXPENSIVE RECIPES

Author Karina Ann Betlem’s Cookbook “From the Kitchens of Pancho Villa” Teaches the Handed-down Secrets of Local Mexican Cooks PANCHO VILLA, MX – Written in support of the hardworking and compassionate people of Colonia Pancho Villa comes Betlem’s delicious selection of recipes representing the history and...

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