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TV Club: Constantine: “Danse Vaudou”

A couple weeks ago I was whine-dering why we met Papa Midnite in Generic City #3 instead of, say, New Orleans. That’s the last time I write a review in chicken blood while saying the appropriate incantation three times. “Danse Vaudou” brings Team Constantine to that very location where Papa Midnite has a big market for Crossing Over rejects. Show More Summary

Fast Food Review: Taco Bell's New Rolled Chicken Tacos

Because the company doesn't trust the entirety of the U.S. population to know what a "taquito" is, here come "rolled tacos." Also, presumably, so that Taco Bell can make ads that say "That's how...

Watch Dramatic Ferret pass out into its owners lap with flair.

9 hours agoOdd : Happy Place

This ferret is over it. A couple of months ago it was all about Dramatic Cat. Then there was Dramatic Chicken, who captured the Internet's heart with a sneeze a while back. Today, the Internet fell in love with Dramatic Ferret, who is...Show More Summary

Recipe Road Test: The Slanted Door's Ginger Braised Chicken

2014 has been a really big year for cookbooks so deciding which one would be in the top spot for Best of the Year was tough. In the end, though, The Slanted Door: Modern Vietnamese Food really has it all....

Quick Bites: Fox Bros. update, Le Bilboquet opens, Cooks & Soldiers, and more

The latest location of New York-based bistro Le Bilboquet opens tonight at the Buckhead Atlanta development. Variations on traditional French fare include Cajun chicken with pomme frites, foie gras terrine, filet mignon, and mushroom risotto.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Chicken Soup for the Singing Telegrammer's Soul

It was October of 2012. I had just released my book, I Came, I Saw, I Sang: Memoirs of a Singing Telegram Delivery Girl. While I should have been happy, I wasn't. Instead I was stressed because as a first time author, there was much work to be done. Show More Summary

Factory-Farmed Turkeys Are More Than Twice as Big as Wild Turkeys

In October, Vox published a picture that vividly shows how much bigger chickens have gotten since 1957, thanks to selective breeding. If you’ve taken a gander at a gargantuan Butterball bird lately, you’ll be unsurprised to learn that selective breeding has made commercial turkeys much bigger, too. Show More Summary

APW Happy Hour

hey apw, Before we get into TURKEY TURKEY TURKEY (just kidding, I actually don’t like turkey very much, give me a roast chicken any day of the week, but I’m all about stuffing and pie), we have to remind you about APW writing intern applications.… The post APW Happy Hour appeared first on A Practical Wedding: Blog Ideas for the Modern Wedding, Plus Marriage.

Watch: Guerilla Toss - “367 Equalizer”

Sound the alarm: new G-Toss video. The sound of a chicken cackling escapes from the PA into your basement You gather the buds and sit in a crescent formation around the laptop. Play is pressed. Two minutes in and your pupils are fully...Show More Summary

The University of California just jacked up its tuition. Why your state could be next.

There's a game of chicken going on between public universities and states across the country over how to fund schools—and students and parents are losing. In California this week, the University of California's governing board voted in favor of increasing tuition 27.6 percent over five years across the 10-campus system, over the protests of hundreds […]

They Made a MicroBiz: Automatic Waterer for Chickens

Would you have imagined that a backwoods couple could be a model of micro-business independence? Read our interview with Anna Hess, and find someone doing just that.

SEO Trends For 2015 And Beyond: Interviews With Two Leading Experts by @mattsouthern

At Pubcon 2014 in Las Vegas the SEJ team had the opportunity to catch up with Jake Bohall of Virante, and Joe Youngblood of Winner Winner Chicken Dinner, about SEO trends. Jake discusses how he’s starting to see a shift towards SEO being integrated into all company practices, while Joe discusses some interesting new ways to build links. Show More Summary

Gluten-Free Chicken Gumbo

Heather says: I am ridiculously happy. I was recently doing my weekly shopping and found Pillsbury Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour Mix near the regular flour at Publix. It isn’t the fanciest of grocery stores, but it’s generally a step above of say Food Lion. Show More Summary

More maintenances announced for November 24

This comes once again from the NeoGAF maintenance thread... - GAME PARTY CHAMPIONS, Hot Wheels World Best Pilot, Pure Chess (Wii U - online play and leaderboards); Crazy Chicken: Director's Cut 3D, Sayonara UmiharaKawase (3DS - online play and leaderboards) on Monday, Nov. Show More Summary

Lunch: Chicken Tortilla Soup

4.68 / 5 Stars | 29 Reviews by ladyw4kids "Bring a bit of the Southwest to your table with this spirit-warming soup. Loaded with tender chicken, diced tomatoes, and plenty of seasonings, it's sure to be requested again and again." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

The Painted Village of Zalipie in Zalipie, Poland

Stoves, barns, doghouses, homes, wells, chicken coops, bridge, and on and on. If it's in the small Polish village of Zalipie, there are probably some flowers painted on it. Known lovingly as "The Painted Village," nearly every bare surface...Show More Summary

Chained Canadian Guard Dog Takes On Massive Polar Bear! Guess Who Chickened out?

What happens when a 1000 plus pound, gigantic polar bear crosses path with a 30 pound dog, that too chained to a pole? Easy meal for the polar bear, right? Well, if it was any other dog, that might indeed have been the case. However,...Show More Summary

Korean chicken mogul buys Napoleon hat for his 'spirit'

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

The self-made South Korean chicken mogul who bought a hat worn by Napoleon for $2.2 million said Tuesday he saw the French emperor as a mentor and kindred spirit, and would have happily paid more. "I can understand and relate to many passages of his life," Kim Hong-Kuk, the 57-year-old founder and chairman of the poultry giant Harim Group, told AFP. Show More Summary

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