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Science Advances Recipe

Here is a recipe to for the `Science Advances' magazine published by AAAS. Science Advances Recipe: Code: #!/usr/bin/env python2 # vim:fileencoding=utf-8 from __future__ import unicode_literals, division, absolute_import, print_function from import BasicNewsRecipe def check_words(words):     return lambda x: x and frozenset(words.split()).intersection(x.split()) class ScienceAdvances(BasicNewsRecipe):     title          = 'Science Advances'     __author__...
Tags: Books, Recipes, AAAS, Jose Ortiz, ` Science Advances

Carrot Cake Cheesecake

Carrot cake is almost always finished with a generous layer of cream cheese icing. The combination of the sweet, tangy frosting with the moist, spicy cake is what makes this dessert such a favorite. This Carrot Cake Cheesecake is a twist on classic carrot cake, combining a spicy carrot cake with a dense cheesecake – instead of cream cheese frosting – for a dessert that delivers two delicious treats in one. I love the idea of a dessert that combines two of my favorite things in one package. Whil...
Tags: Recipes, Cakes, Baking, Carrot Cake, Cakes - Cheesecake, Carrot Cake Cheesecake Carrot Cake

Chimichurri Sauce Recipe

I am a sauce-enthusiast (yes, even the sauce, like vodka…I like the sauce, being sauced is sometimes fun too). From a young age, it was ketchup-on-all-the-things and it’s something my youngest does now too. Even steak. I cringe at ketchup on steak but I did that once too. A good steak-sauce is now my go-to, but in an effort to cut sugar and carbs (not eliminate because both are yum and I like food, food makes me happy) I found a great chimichurri sauce recipe, tweaked it a bit to suit our diet,...
Tags: Recipes, Frugality

Lactation Cookies Recipe

My wife and I recently had our second child and I prepared a triple batch of these lactation cookies to help her produce more breast milk. These lactation cookies are perfect for mothers that are breastfeeding and pumping to increase the amount of breast milk that they produce. Best of all, these cookies are delicious and are easy to grab and snack on throughout the day. One question might be how many of these cookies do you eat per day? I don’t have a specific answer but my wife usually eats 2...
Tags: Recipes, Baking, Dessert

Recipe: On a keto diet? Try making this portobello mushroom pizza

January seems like the unofficial go-on-a-diet month. For many that means embracing a trendy keto-compliant regime, a high-protein low-carb eating plan that many assume implies “meat-heavy” menus. A new cookbook, “The Essential Vegetarian Keto Cookbook” from the editors at Rodale Books (Rodale Books, $14.99), offers a strategy for vegetarians to embrace the eating plan. A keto diet requires creativity when making classic comfort foods. Portobello mushrooms can be a replacement for the bread in p...
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PC Magazine promotes Calibre!

Article is about free ebooks for Kindles but mentions (and praises) Calibre as a tool for not only accessing free ebooks but also managing them for your kindle.
Tags: Books, Recipes

exclusion list check book

please, on new release, add the possibility to one exclusion list for repeated errors and deemed valid (see attachment) Attached Thumbnails  
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Why You Should Try 'Challenging' Recipes Right Now 

Similar to rollerblading, cooking is not something everyone has a knack for. Also like rollerblading, cooking is something that one can learn, and a big part of learning is practice. They say fortune favors the bold, and taking on intimidating challenges will make you a better cook. (This is where I find cooking and…Read more...
Tags: Cooking, Failure, Recipes, Lifehacks

How to Make Spaghetti and Meatballs in Your Instant Pot

Italian-American food is, for me, the final word in comfort. Even my foulest moods are no match for cheesy, red sauce-laden carbs, but I rarely have six hours to spend on a pot of Sunday gravy. Thankfully, I haven’t met a low-and-slow dish my Instant Pot couldn’t handle—so when a craving for spaghetti and meatballs…Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Pasta, How To, Recipes, Lifehacks, Meatballs, Instant Pot, Tomato Sauce, Spaghetti

Updating information on retrieved news?

I started with the basic recipe to retrieve news from the RSS feed of the Florida Phoenix and send it to my Kindle Paperwhite. It works well, but I would like the author and/or publisher to show as 'Florida Phoenix'. How do I modify the recipe to do this?
Tags: Books, Recipes, Florida Phoenix

The Artist Who Cooks Lunch for His Studio (Almost) Every Day

Xavier Veilhan has an unconventional work space but a traditional approach to the midday meal.
Tags: Art, News, Recipes, Cooking and Cookbooks, Xavier Veilhan

Bunny Butt Cookies

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Tags: Parenting, Holidays, Recipes, Cookies, Dessert, Easter

Canned Green Tomato Salad

There are few canned relishes and "salads" I like but this sure is one. It's really good and that's coming from someone who's a tad picky about stuff like this. The consistency of the liquid isn't thin, more sauce-like but there's no thickener in it at all. This is half of the original recipe and makes 7 half-pints. We like to try new stuff in smaller quantities in case we don't like it. :) This salad was made in late September when there were loads of green tomatoes to deal with. Canned Green ...
Tags: Recipes, Tbs, Weapon, Don, Canned Green Tomato Salad, Canned Green Tomato Salad Salad Ingredients

Steamed Chicken Foil Packet

Chinese recipe steamed chicken foil packet with mushrooms and bell peppers. Easy to make and easy to clean up! The chicken is moist, and the broth naturally rich after steaming.
Tags: Chicken, Anthropology, Recipes, Butter, Mushroom, Garlic, Ginger, Onion, Bell Pepper, Sake, Chicken Recipes, Rice Wine, Spring Onion, Shiitake Mushroom, Steaming, Soy Sauce (light

Escarole Soup with Beans and Meatballs

Soup is something I never order in a restaurant. I never really knew why it didn’t appeal to me, but making this one make me realize that it’s because soup is something I can easily make at home. Even if you’re not someone who considers yourself a cook, a simple Celery Root Soup or Potato Leek Soup with just a few ingredients simmered up and blended together is pretty hard to mess up. I found myself with an extra-large head of escarole last week, which one of my favorite winter greens. I have ...
Tags: Food, Winter, Recipe, Soups, Recipes, Soup, Greens, Stock, Salt, Sausage, Chicken Stock, Meatballs, Olive Oil, Escarole Soup, Italian Wedding Soup, Escarole

Help fixing Chicago Tribune Recipe

I have used calibre for years and love it, but I am new to using calibre to add news to my kindle. I would really like to get the Chicago Tribune, but it does not seem to fetch the news correctly. I tried other recipes, like NYT and CNN, and they work great. The Chicago Tribune, however, is pretty much a blank book with a couple headers. I am not a programmer, so I have failed, so far, by tinkering with the code. I uploaded the "fetched" newspaper I get for the Chicago Tribune. I tried updatin...
Tags: Books, Cnn, Recipes, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Tribune Recipe

made sauerkraut and it's fantastic

can't believe how easy it is, pretty cheap, and after i took my first bite and didn't get sick :D: i was pretty damn happy about the whole thing remove one cabbage leaf for later, slice up a head of cabbage (got mine on sale for 49 cents/pound) massage and knead in kosher salt jam it in a jar (i used a mason jar) with spices (i used caraway and juniper) make sure the liquid it makes covers it and get all the air out. put that one cabbage leaf on top put lid on jar and put jar in cool dar...
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Slow Cooker Gluten Free Cocktail Meatballs

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Tags: Parenting, Football, Beef, Recipes, Entertaining, Egg, Gluten-free, Appetizer

Coconut Maple Pecan Bars

Maple syrup is one of my favorite sweet ingredients to work with in the kitchen. Not only is it delicious on pancakes and waffles, but the rich flavor of maple can add a lot of complexity – and sweetness, of course – to a wide variety of recipes. These Coconut Maple Pecan Bars combine a buttery shortbread base with a surprisingly rich topping of coconut, maple syrup and toasted pecans. These bars have a little bit in common with pecan pie, although the topping is baked in a much, much thinner l...
Tags: Pecans, Recipes, Baking, Maple, Shortbread, Coconut, Pecan, Maple Syrup, Pecan Pie, Cookies - Bar Cookies and Brownies

3-Ingredient Cereal Bars

Start your day off right with this quick & easy breakfast idea – Homemade 3-Ingredient Cheerio Cereal Bars!  This post has been sponsored by Cheerios. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Kindness. Friendship. Love. These are all words to describe an amazing year ahead! What better way to start off the year than to Do Good... Read On → The post 3-Ingredient Cereal Bars appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Parenting, Lifestyle, Cheerios, Breakfast, Recipes, Dollar General, Cereal Bars, Breakfast Bars

Roast Beef Sliders Recipe

It is that time of year to prepare appetizers for your Super Bowl Party. A great option is always sliders. These roast beef sliders are very similar to many other slider recipes, slider rolls are loaded with deli roast beef, provolone cheese, and french fried onions. An Au Jus is then poured over the prepared sliders in a baking dish and then baked to perfection. The sliders are served with a cup of au jus on the side for dipping. The crunch from the french fried onions really make this recipe ...
Tags: Beef, Appetizers, Recipes, Baking, Game Day Recipes

What Should We Casserole Next?

Hello everyone, and welcome back to Will It Casserole, the column where we see what meals, dishes, and cuisines can be re-imagined and transformed into casseroles. It’s a new year, which means it’s time to pick our very first casserole project of 2019.Read more...
Tags: Tell US, Recipes, Lifehacks, Casseroles

What to Do With All the Spices That Have Piled Up in Your Kitchen

New Year’s cooking resolutions start with clearing out the cabinets. A writer reckons with fast-fading sumac, coriander, garam masala and other seasonings.
Tags: News, Recipes, Herbs, Spices, Cooking and Cookbooks

Easy and Delicious Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken

It doesn’t get any easier than Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken! Only two ingredients and you can make juicy chicken for sandwiches, wraps, and salads. Buffalo Chicken Ingredients You only need two! Chicken and hot sauce. It is not just for buffalo chicken wings!  I keep a bottle of hot sauce in my pantry and some chicken and buns in the freezer and I can always make buffalo chicken sandwiches in a pinch. What is hot sauce? Buffalo wing sauce is not hot sauce. For this recipe, you want hot sauce...
Tags: Crafts, Cook, Aldi, Recipes, Buffalo, Pressure Cooker, Taco Soup, Buffalo Chicken, Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken Only, Buffalo Chicken Ingredients

Output-plugin: Articles as CSV Table

I'd love to do some text analysis with the latest news we can download with calibre. There is already a dataset called "all the news" on kaggle: I would like to export news in the same manner like this dataset. Can anybody help me to write an output plugin to put every article in a table like this: id,title,publication,author,date,year,month,url,co ntent Or at least give a hint on how to get started. Thanks! edit: sorry if this post is not placed c...
Tags: Books, Obama, Congress, Washington, White House, House, Recipes, Capitol Hill, Trump, Treasury Department, Donald J Trump, Obama White House, John A Boehner, Collyer, Carl Hulse, Mr Trump

The Ultimate Winter Side Dish Is Smothered Cabbage

Cabbage gets no respect, which is a shame—it could be the most versatile vegetable on earth. From the delicate leaves to the sweet, crunchy core, I love every part of every variety of cabbage and have made it my mission to make others feel the same.Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Vegetables, Side Dishes, How To, Recipes, Lifehacks, Vegan, Cabbage

Sheet Pan Cheesy Baked Egg Toast

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Tags: Parenting, Bread, Breakfast, Recipes, Egg, Kid Faves, Sheet Pan

Chili Cheese Dip

With only 2-ingredients, this Chili Cheese Dip is always a hit! Make this quick & easy appetizer in the slow cooker or microwave for a crowd-pleasing dip! This post is sponsored by Mirum, but opinions expressed are my own. Who’s ready for the big game coming?  You know that ONE football game EVERYBODY looks forward... Read On → The post Chili Cheese Dip appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Parenting, Lifestyle, Recipe, Recipes, Slow Cooker, Appetizer, Appetizers & Snacks, Mirum, Chili Cheese Dip

Menu Plan Monday ~ Jan 14/19 Weekly Dinner Inspiration

Welcome to Menu Plan Monday! Hi friends! Another week, another menu plan. Time to set ourselves up for success by getting our meals organized for the week. I’m finally getting back into the swing of things after the holidays and having all my kids home. I am such a routine girl so it will be so nice to get back into that. Are any of you trying to eat healthier this January? Anyone doing a Whole 30 this month? Did you know Paleo and Whole 30 are very similar? Whole 30 is a bit more restri...
Tags: Crafts, Recipes, Paleo, Easy Recipes, Pizza Party, Menu Plan Monday, Yoyo, Paleo Chili, Pan Honey Mustard Pork Chop, Paleo Almond Flour Pizza, Easy Homemade Pizza Sauce

Applesauce Citrus Bread

Quick breads are some of the most versatile bakes that you can make. While banana bread may be the first one that comes to mind, you can use any combination of flavors to whip up a loaf that is just as suitable for brunch as it is for dessert. This Applesauce Citrus Bread is like a ray of sunshine on a cool winter day, made with applesauce, cinnamon and fresh citrus zest. I use unsweetened applesauce for this loaf, applesauce that doesn’t contain any chunks of apple. The chunks of apple in appl...
Tags: Apple, Recipes, Baking, Applesauce, Citrus, Quick Bread, Breads - Quick Breads, Applesauce Citrus Bread