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Comment on blackberry-blueberry crumb pie by Diane

THIS pie…. amazing. It is the best pie I ever made. Thank you Deb, your recipes are always fantastic! Everything I love in a pie. It was perfect.
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Comment on corn chowder salad by Diane

Deb This sounds amazing. – I plan on making this with grilled fresh corn as a change up from my regular frilled corn salad with peppers. Can you make any of this ahead of time ?
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Comment on onion pizza + strawberry sorbet by Diane

Don’t the lemon rinds make the sorbet bitter?
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How Inglewood’s D Smoke went from teaching school to winning a Netflix hip-hop competition

On the title track of rapper D Smoke’s album “Black Habits,” the Inglewood native runs through tales of success and struggle, dropping references to Black icons and issues in a narrative that feels both timely and timeless. The track’s sincerity is typical of the entire album D Smoke released earlier this year. The inaugural winner of Netflix’s reality rap competition “Rhythm & Flow,” the performer credits his upbringing in gospel music and the church, as well as 10 years as a high school teache...
Tags: Music, TV, Los Angeles, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Hawaii, Kendrick Lamar, Diana, Michael Jackson, Taylor, Hall of Fame, Snoop Dogg, Ucla, Ana

We heard you need some cute photos?

Here is Mindy! She is very cute, Diane! ;) Sheltie Nation - Largest Community of Sheltie Lovers on the Net!
Tags: Crafts, Diane, The Sheltie Smile, Mindy She

"I now understand that people of color should always voice people of color. We missed a great opportunity to represent the Vietnamese-American community..."

"... accurately and respectfully, and for that I am truly sorry. I applaud all those who stepped away from their voiceover roles in recent days. I have learned a lot from them. In hindsight, I wish that I didn’t voice the character of Diane Nguyen," wrote Alison Brie, about her role on the animated TV show "Bojack Horseman," quoted at Vulture.Bojack Horseman showrunner Raphael Bob-Waksberg has also expressed regret over Diane’s casting, recently explaining his decision on Twitter and telling Vul...
Tags: Law, Animals, Horses, Actors, Cartoons, Vulture, BoJack Horseman, Diane, Alison Brie, Race Consciousness, Ann Althouse, BoJack, Race And Pop Culture, Alex Jung, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Diane Nguyen

Weekend Cooking: Barbecue (Documentary)

With Canada Day and Fourth of July right around the corner, we here in North America would normally be planning a cookout of some kind with friends and family. Sadly, few of us will be celebrating with non-household members this year. If you need your grilling or barbecue fix, then I recommend the 2017 documentary Barbecue directed by Matthew Salleh. I loved this film, which is not about famous pit masters and restaurant owners and does not offer any recipes. Instead, it’s about what barbecue m...
Tags: Books, Texas, South Africa, Philippines, North America, Mongolia, Diane, Tina, Beth F, Matthew Salleh

Trump-Comey Mini-Series Will Air Before Election Day

The series director criticized ViacomCBS’s announcement that it would broadcast “The Comey Rule” in late November. On Wednesday, the air date was moved to September.
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Showtime, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Billy, Ray, Trump, Brendan, Murphy, Jeff, Ryan, CBS Corporation, Diane, Lane, Daniels

Rocklin Woman Says Caltrans Crew Went Above And Beyond To Help After Her Car Overheated

ROCKLIN (CBS13) — They aren’t usually the ones who come to the rescue, but an 82-year-old Rocklin woman says Caltrans went above and beyond to take care of her in a time of need. Diana Carthew was driving down Interstate 80 near Rocklin Monday when she says her car overheated. With no cell phone to call for help, she walked a few blocks in nearly triple-digit heat to find help. That’s when she came across some Caltrans workers. She says they gave her ice water and let her sit in an air-condition...
Tags: News, Local, Rocklin, CalTrans, Interstate 80, Diane, Rocklin News, Rocklin Woman Says Caltrans, Diana Carthew, Carthew

Comment on extra-flaky pie crust by Diane

In reply to Elizabeth. I heard about using leaf lard too but I’m wondering if the flavor is bland like shortening? I do love the flavor of a butter crust but find it too fickle to work with. I love the flakiness of a shortening crust but it lacks the flavor of the butter crust.
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Friday Questions

Celebrating Juneteenth with Friday Questions.   Jon Weisman leads off:   Was Diane's "Norman" after everyone shouts "Norm" originally scripted and then just carried on, or did it originate... [Author: By Ken Levine]
Tags: Humor, Norman, Diane, Ken Levine, Jon Weisman, By Ken Levine

The Number Ones: John Cougar’s “Jack And Diane”

In The Number Ones, I'm reviewing every single #1 single in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, starting with the chart's beginning, in 1958, and working my way up into the present. More »
Tags: Music, Diane, John Cougar, John Mellencamp, The Number Ones

This woman founded her company by purging her closet when no one would invest in her idea. She shares 5 ways to launch your business in an economic crisis.

Walker's Legacy is a networking and entrepreneurship organization for women of color known for giving fledgling founders the support they need to thrive. Natalie Madeira Cofield started the company after her own attempts to network for clients, mentors and investors meant dealing with the "ole boys network" where she was more often propositioned than listened to. She eventually started her company by purging her closet and selling her expensive clothing and apparel. As protesters take to the s...
Tags: Trends, Washington Dc, Gucci, Diane, Walker, Howard University, Latina, Madam C J Walker, Cofield, NWBC, Natalie Madeira Cofield, Small Business Administrationn, Business Council NWBC

17 Books to Read This Week

Welcome back to my "new releases in June" series. While more complete lists can be found via a Google search and some buzz books won’t be found here, my lists are curated to my own tastes. Here are the books released this week that interested me most. Note that release dates have been changing owing to current events. Please double-check availability before ordering or searching your local library. Contemporary Stories They Say Sarah by Pauline Delabroy-Allard (Other Press). Genre:...
Tags: Google, Books, Texas, London, Washington, France, San Francisco, First, Hawaii, Paris, Italy, Ohio, Trinity, Michelin, John, Kate

Comment on devil’s chicken thighs + braised leeks by Diane

I love this meal. It’s fussy for sure but it’s so good. If i needed a death row meal it would be this. But who would make it for me?!?!?
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Big West coaches: If CSUN’s Lamine Diane gets drafted by NBA, it’s a boon to conference

UC Irvine and Cal State Fullerton both have four outgoing senior basketball players they expect will play professionally. But the chances of any of them being taken in the NBA’s June draft are slim to none. However, Lamine Diane of CSUN does have a solid chance to be drafted and Irvine coach Russ Turner and Fullerton coach Dedrique Taylor believe that is good for a Big West Conference that has had just three players drafted this millennium, according to the website Pape So...
Tags: Kentucky, France, Sports, Toronto, Georgia, Sport, Soccer, Nba, College sports, Johnson, Taylor, Orlando Magic, Brooklyn Nets, Cal State Fullerton, Usc, Turner

Comment on crispy broccoli with lemon and garlic by Clipart

In reply to Diane. I know this question makes me the worst, but do you think this would work with frozen broccoli? I have several bags in the freezer and was just contemplating how to use it for dinner tonight. Thanks!
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Comment on strawberry rhubarb crisp bars by deb

In reply to Diane. The crumbs were crumbly or the final bars?
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4 Books in 4 Days; Or My Holiday Reading List

Happy Friday! If you're in the USA or UK, are you ready for the long holiday weekend? I am, even though we'll be celebrating by ourselves this year. No matter, because I have plans. Reading plans, that is. I hope to read one book every day of the weekend, starting today. I'll also be queuing up a new audiobook, but I'll talk about that next week. Here's what's on my 4-day reading stack (in no particular order). Unreconciled by W. Michael Gear (DAW, May 12): I really liked the first thre...
Tags: Books, Usa, UK, England, California, Ada, Richard Armitage, Jenner, Knoxville, Sweeney, Diane, Hanna, Gail, Austen, Sierra Nevadas, Beth F

Comment on strawberry rhubarb crisp bars by Diane

Mine turned out crumbly. What do you think I did wrong? Too much butter or not enough in my flour/oat mixture? I ended up using all of the oat mix for the bottom layer. Was that too much?
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How ‘Curtis’ Tackled the Coronavirus in a Newspaper Comic

In the closing weeks of March, comics pages in daily newspapers were oblivious. People were still making plans. There were parties. When animals talked, as animals in comics do, they said nothing about quarantines.One of the first voices to speak of the new normal belonged to Barry Taylor Wilkins, the younger of two brothers in Ray Billingsley’s long-running strip “Curtis.” It was on Monday, March 30, and we see Barry and Curtis’ mother, Diane Wilkins, squeezing hand sanitizer on her boys’ hands...
Tags: News, Siri, United States, New York Times, Argentina, Eckert, Barry, Vermont, Lucy, Nelson, Dartmouth College, Hearst, Greg, Ohio State University, Diane, Curtis

Comment on layered yogurt flatbreads by Diane

Thanks so much Deb for this flatbread recipe. I made them yesterday and warmed them up for dinner, delicious! I served them with a prepackaged Indian madras lentils-my bad but that’s how it has to be some days. Thanks again.
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Alexander: The joys of covering L.A. sports in a decade of achievement

As we noted a couple of weeks ago in our survey of which decade was the best in SoCal sports, the 1980s provided plenty of both championships and personalities. The Lakers won five titles, the Dodgers won two, the Raiders won L.A.’s only Super Bowl title, the world came to our doorstep in 1984 and all sorts of compelling personalities landed in our town: Magic, Kareem, Fernando, Orel, Marcus, Lyle and Howie, the Great One, Cheryl. (If you don’t recognize those names right away, well, wish you’d ...
Tags: Amazon, Sports, NFL, Raiders, Sport, Soccer, Jerry Brown, Herald, Times, Red Sox, Shah, Linda Ronstadt, Cheryl, Alexander, The Lakers, Diane

Comment on crispy broccoli with lemon and garlic by Diane

great way to make broccoli as well as cauliflower! Thanks for sharing.
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BWW Recap: THE GOOD FIGHT – Domination, Divorce and Diane in Latex

The Good Fight isn't afraid to tackle large issues and hot topics, so it's no surprise the show decided to take a stab at a controversial play in this week's episode. The Gang is Satirized and Doesn't Like It focuses on an associate who was previously fired from RBL for drug use and writes Ccksucker in Chains, a play that satirizes the firm and several of its partners. [Author: Abigail Charpentier]
Tags: Theatre, Latex, Diane, RBL, Abigail Charpentier


"Ugh, God, could you not say that?" Enjoy this irriguous parody of Terence Malick, Christopher Nolan, etc., written and directed by Eli & Andrew Rousso.
Tags: Muffins, Video, News, Diane, Moist, Terence Malick Christopher Nolan

Cal State Northridge’s Lamine Diane hopes NBA will be next step in his journey from Senegal

Before he moved more than 6,000 miles from home, before he learned English, before he became a two-time Big West Player of the Year at Cal State Northridge, Lamine Diane was a gangly 15-year-old at his family’s modest two-story house in Dakar, Senegal. His weekend nights were spent sprawled out on the living room couch as he watched live broadcasts of NBA games. As Diane saw Kevin Durant hit fadeaway jumpers and Tracy McGrady throw down acrobatic dunks, he became obsessed with reaching the world...
Tags: Sports, Dallas Mavericks, Toronto, Senegal, Sport, Soccer, Yale, Nba, College sports, Ncaa, Las Vegas, Usc, Ucla, Ncaa Tournament, Samsung Galaxy, Northridge

Comment on roasted cabbage with walnuts and parmesan by Diane

I’ve made this once before, but this time I made it with brussel sprouts and put it over tortellini for an easy and delicious main course. Even the left-overs are exceptional.
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Comment on best hot fudge sauce by Diane

I am SO excited you put this on Facebook. We’ve been working through some weird food allergies the past couple years, so my family recipe is out. This one looks similar but one my husband can eat!!
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Comment on roast chicken with schmaltzy cabbage by Diane

Made it last night and everyone loved it. Served it with black eyed peas, salad and bread and it was a lovely comfort meal. I honestly didn’t even feel like I cooked. The cabbage was indeed divine!
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