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Weekend Cooking: Eat Clean Play Dirty by Danielle Duboise and Whitney Tingle

Have you heard of the food-subscription service ? Founded by Danielle Duboise and Whitney Tingle, the company does more than just promote a particular diet. From what I learned by reading their new cookbook Eat Clean Play Dirty (which I received as part of the Abrams Dinner Party program) and by looking around their website, Duboise and Tingle are all about a balanced, healthful lifestyle, which finds its base in a plant-based, low-sugar meal plan. The basic premise of Sakara, which you can fi...
Tags: Books, New York City, Pennsylvania, Tingle, Linky, Tina, Beth F, Whitney Tingle, Danielle DuBoise, Sakara, Duboise, Sexiest Salad


Reading Gallimaufry

Firstly a huge thank you to those of you who reminded me (on the scribbles about Time Song by Julia Blackburn) that Seamus Heaney had written several 'bog body' poems. I had completely forgotten about them, but there he was, Tollund Man.. Some day I will go to AarhusTo see his peat-brown head,The mild pods of his eye-lids,His pointed skin cap.In the flat country near byWhere they dug him out,His last gruel of winter seedsCaked in his stomach... And quite by chance someone had recommended M...
Tags: Utah, Books, Japan, Scotland, Roald Dahl, Everest, Yorkshire, Denmark, Iceland, Washington State, Ben Fogle, Alison, Svalbard, Metro, Tom, Dan


Ruger Signs Professional Instructor Tina Martin to Team Ruger

Ruger Signs Professional Instructor Tina Martin to Team Ruger U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) proudly announces that professional instructor and competitor Tina Martin has joined as the eighth addition to Team Ruger. “Ruger is the brand I trusted for my first-ever firearms purchase,” said Martin. “16 years later, Ruger is still the brand I trust when teaching students and in competition. It is an honor to be selected as a member of Team Ruger.” Tina is a seas...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Martin, Ruger, Tina, Doug Koenig, Competitive Shooting News, Ammoland com Sturm Ruger Company Inc NYSE, Team Ruger, Tina Martin, Shieldmaiden Defense


Rare QA video, a new workshop, and a path forward for entrepreneurs

It was 100 degrees outside, and far hotter inside the barn (which had no air conditioning.) But SwissMiss invited me, and I’m glad I followed through. Watching this video a year later, I’ve realized I have very little recollection of what happened in that jam-packed barn, so I’m thrilled that Kertis Creative captured the day. [You can rewind for a very kind intro from Tina.] I ended up riffing on dozens of topics, and it might be the best session like this I’ve ever done. I hope you get some...
Tags: Uncategorized, Branding, Tina


The two hidden intellectual moves behind the "progressive" argument against free college

Pete Buttigieg is one of the prominent members of the progressive wing of the Democratic party who opposes free college tuition, on the ground that the "benefits" of college accrue to those who attain a degree and that it's unfair to ask the majority, who don't attend college, to subsidize the minority who do. As sociologist (and economics critic) Elizabeth Popp Berman writes in the Washington Post, these objections only make sense in the context of two major, economics-driven shifts in h...
Tags: Post, News, Education, Washington Post, Debt, Democrats, Margaret Thatcher, Graeber, Student Debt, Central Park, Thatcher, Democratic Party, Berman, Tina, J W Mason, Pete Buttigieg


Ask Others What Course You Are On

Have you ever looked back at a picture or video of yourself from five, ten or more years ago and asked yourself “What was I thinking back then?” Have you ever looked at something you did several years ago and asked yourself the same exact question? I have. I have done this a lot. Sometimes when I look back at the person I was even five years ago, I am amazed at how little I knew at the time, evidenced by the mistakes I made. Here are a few of the qualities that characterize me and my life right ...
Tags: Careers, America, Michigan, Jimmy, Tina, Add Post Footer Plugin, Jimmy DeYonker, Tina She


Linux Mint 19.2 'Tina' is On the Way, But the Developers Seem Defeated and Depressed (slashdot)

Brian Fagioli, reporting for BetaNews: Today should be happy times for the Linux Mint community, as we finally learn some new details about the upcoming version 19.2! It will be based on Ubuntu 18.04 and once again feature three desktop environments -- Xfce, Mate, and Cinnamon. We even found out the code name for Linux Mint 19.2 -- "Tina." And yet, it is hard to celebrate. Why? Because the developers seem to be depressed and defeated. They even appear to be a bit disenchanted with Free Software ...
Tags: News, Tina, Clement Lefebvre, Msmash, Brian Fagioli, Jason Hicks


Linux Mint 19.2 'Tina' is On the Way, But the Developers Seem Defeated and Depressed

Brian Fagioli, reporting for BetaNews: Today should be happy times for the Linux Mint community, as we finally learn some new details about the upcoming version 19.2! It will be based on Ubuntu 18.04 and once again feature three desktop environments -- Xfce, Mate, and Cinnamon. We even found out the code name for Linux Mint 19.2 -- "Tina." And yet, it is hard to celebrate. Why? Because the developers seem to be depressed and defeated. They even appear to be a bit disenchanted with Free Software ...
Tags: Tech, Tina, Clement Lefebvre, Brian Fagioli, Jason Hicks


Christina Hendricks’ ‘Toy Story 4′ Villain is “Like The Godfather”, and Here’s How Keanu Reeves’ Stuntman Helps Woody and Bo Peep

In Pixar’s Toy Story 4, Mad Men actress Christina Hendricks is lending her voice to a new character named Gabby Gabby, a villain with a voice box defect who’s been living in an antique shop for more than sixty years. Also joining the Toy Story universe for the first time is Keanu Reeves, voicing a stuntman named Duke Caboom. In new interviews, director Josh Cooley compares Hendricks’ villain character to the Godfather, and Reeves explains how Caboom factors into the action. We already knew t...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Sequels, Marlon Brando, Pixar, Christina Hendricks, Duke, Keanu Reeves, Reeves, Bullseye, Hendricks, Bo, Tina, Vito Corleone, Woody, Cooley


Gearbox Announces ‘Tiny Tina’s Robot Tea Party’ Card Game

During Gearbox’s PAX East 2019 presentation, Randy Pitchford took to the stage to show off a new card game in the “Borderlands” universe. “Tiny Tina’s Robot Tea Party” is the first “Borderlands” tea party of its kind, and is available for purchase on the PAX East show floor. The game was created as part of […]
Tags: News, Tina, Randy Pitchford, Borderlands, Gearbox, Tiny Tina's Robot Tea Party, Robot Tea Party


Humpback Whale Identification By Deep Learning

OMG I can’t believe I missed this competition. It’s exactly in line with my whaleshark identification project. https://www.kaggle.com/c/humpback-whale-identification Here’s a baby humpback whale that swam up to the boat a few weeks ago. In the second photo you can see it popped it’s head up and gave Tina a look:
Tags: Seo, Ai, Tina


Comment on extra-flaky pie crust by Tina

Ahhhh, interesting. It incorporates the laminating techniques for pastry. It’s a bit like a rough puff pastry!
Tags: Food, Tina


Weekend Cooking: Skinnytaste One & Done

I'm probably the last person in the universe to jump on the Skinnytaste bandwagon. I know, I know, especially because you all have had only wonderful things to say about the cookbooks and about . When her newest cookbook Skinnytaste One & Done came out last fall (Clarkson Potter, October 2018), I zipped over to my library's site, only to see that I was on a long, long wait list. My turn finally came about 10 days ago. I was so afraid that the ebook would expire before I had a chance to explor...
Tags: Books, Clarkson, Diane, Linky, Tina, Beth F, Gina Homolka, Homolka, Jackie Mc


What to Eat in Naples Italy

I know many people skip over Naples in order to get to the Amalfi Coast, however it’s a big mistake! Naples has one of the most vibrant street and food cultures in all of Italy. It wasn’t that long ago that I used to be scared of going to Naples since you tend to hear a lot of stories about how rough it is there. But after I went there with some friends I realized that Naples wasn’t a lion, it was a kitten. And most importantly, Naples Italy food is something not to miss! It has an incredible fo...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Italy, Food And Drink, Starbucks, Leo, Naples, Amalfi Coast, Campania, Sorrento, Ottsworld Unique Travel, Naples Italy, Tina, Claudio, Gino, DOP


What pregnant women's bodies really look like

Tina and Kesia are both new mums urging advertisers to reflect pregnancy more realistically.
Tags: News, Tina, Kesia


Who’s Inspired You? A Shoutout for International Women’s Day

In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, Oracle + GirlGeekX asked me to share a story of a woman who’s inspired me as part of their #HerStoryContest. So I did in this video. If you’re thinking it *has* to be Tina Fey (because TINA!)… well, NOPE. I dug deeper to tell *this* story… Watch the video above. Or here’s the scannable version, if you’re a reader more than a watcher: Beryl Markham was born in England but grew up in Kenya. She was the first person to fly solo, nonstop across th...
Tags: Video, England, Boston, Women, Atlantic, Kenya, Tina Fey, Oracle, International Women's Day, Speaking, East, Tina, Beryl, Beryl Markham, Annarchy, Herstory


Immerse Yourself in Italian Food Culture at Cooking School

I still have my career break travels to thank for many things in my life. I basically owe my travel blogging career to my career break, and I also owe a lot of my friendships to it too; friendships that keep giving back to me. You may not know this but 12 years ago as part of my career break travels I took an Italian language and cooking class for a month immersed and living in Sorrento Italy with a local family. Living the Italian Dream I was sort of trying to test out living the ‘Under the T...
Tags: Travel, Cook, Instagram, Italy, Food And Drink, Leo, Naples, Amalfi Coast, Tuscany, Cultural Experiences, Campania, Sorrento, Cooking School, Southern Italy, Ottsworld Unique Travel, Tina


Weekend Cooking: Cheese Beer Wine Cider by Steve Jones and Adam Lindsley

Wine and cheese seem like a marriage made in heaven. It's everyone's go-to for a light weekend lunch, afternoon on the deck, or pre-dinner nibble. But do you really know which cheeses go with which wines? I'm never completely sure. Enter Cheese Beer Wine Cider by Steve Jones and Adam Lindsley (Countryman Press, March 19), your guide to the best drink for 75 different kinds of cheese. Wine, you may be surprised to learn, is not always the best choice. Some cheeses go better with beer, and cider ...
Tags: Books, Digital, Pennsylvania, West Coast, Jones, Steve Jones, Linky, Tina, Lindsley, Beth F, Vermont Creamery, Adam Lindsley


Riverdale Recap: Rockhead Balboa

Need to catch up? Check out our previous Riverdale recap here. Poor Archie took a few more shots to the ol’ noggin in the boxing ring this week on Riverdale… and did Betty’s mom finally buy The Farm? Archie’s been sweating out all of his teenage angst by taking up boxing, with Tom Keller serving as his coach and mentor. He’s eager to get his first real fight under his belt, so when Elio comes looking for a fighter to take on his champion Randy Ronson, though, Archie eagerly volunteers. But Eli...
Tags: Religion, Alice, Hermione, Tina Turner, Keller, Chad Michael Murray, Cheryl, Ronson, Evelyn, Cooper, Fred, Martha, Edgar, Gladys, Tina, Veronica


Best of Late Night: After a Host-Free Oscars, Conan O’Brien Is Feeling Obsolete

O’Brien and his sidekick, Andy Richter, also shared a moment inspired by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
Tags: News, Conan, Kim Jong-un, Lady Gaga, Fallon, Conan O'brien, Bradley, Cooper, Ben, Stiller, Jimmy, Fey, Tina, Seth, Meyers, Andy Richter


The Best and Worst Moments of the 2019 Oscars

A more diverse winners’, a best-picture blunder, a joyous victory and misbegotten acceptance — these were the highs and lows as we saw them.
Tags: Movies, News, Close, John, Lady Gaga, King, Blacks, Maya, Rudolph, Amy, Bradley, Lee, Cooper, Glenn, Spike, Fey


Critic’s Notebook: Nobody Hosted the Oscars. And They Did a Fine Job of It.

This ceremony may not have solved every awards-show problem. But it managed, by sticking to basics, to reasonably serve all its constituencies.
Tags: Movies, News, Jackson, Bradley, Lee, Cooper, Hart, Kevin, Spike, Fey, Tina, Samuel L, Academy Awards (Oscars, Black Panther (Movie, BlacKkKlansman (Movie, A Star Is Born (Movie


Weekend Cooking: Ella Brennan: Commanding the Table (Film)

Have you ever heard of Ella Brennan? I hadn't, but I sure have heard about her restaurants and the chefs she nurtured into fame.I have also heard about (and experienced) the world-renown food scene of New Orleans, for which she deserves much, much credit. The documentary film Ella Brennan: Commanding the Table (directed by Leslie Iwerks, 2016, streaming on Netflix) introduces to this amazing NOLA native through vintage photos and film, visits to her restaurants, and personal interviews. When E...
Tags: Google, Books, Netflix, New Orleans, NOLA, Carla, Ella, Linky, Tina, Brennan, Paul Prudhomme, Ella Brennan, Beth F, Leslie Iwerks, Iwerks, Emeril Lagasse Ella


"I'm Loved on All Sides": An Interview with Yola

The journey by which Yola, the pop/country/folk/soul singer/songwriter from Bristol, UK, has arrived at the launch of her first solo album, Walk Through Fire, has not always been a charmed one by any stretch of the imagination. And yet she's made it. Although it's her debut as a solo artist, overall it's her third album (her first two were made as part of the Bristolian roots group, Phantom Limb). Coming out on the Easy Eye label but with a licensing/distribution deal involving Nonesuch (par...
Tags: Feature, Music, UK, England, New York, London, Lana Del Rey, Beyonce, Interview, Australia, Aretha Franklin, Country, America, Bbc, Soul, Tennessee


The Best & Boldest Beauty Looks From London Fashion Week AW19

From brushed up brows to simple center parts, fresh skin, and subtly glossy lips, pared down simplicity is usually the go-to at London Fashion Week. But last season, the city was turned on its head with glitter-splashed eyeliner glimmering from the catwalk at Halpern, slapdash pastel eyeshadow at Erdem, and "troll" inspired hair embellished with rhinestone pins at Ashley Williams.It looks like Autumn/Winter 2019 is shaping up to be bigger and better, however. Thanks to makeup artists such as Mi...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Williams, House, Holland, Maria, Alexa, Ashley Williams, Mark, Mary, Tina, Aveda, Mac Cosmetics, Erdem, Ulta


Bob’s Burgers and Family Guy Renewed at FOX

Bob’s Burgers and Family Guy renewed at FOX FOX isn’t backing down on its animation block as it has announced that both Bob’s Burgers and Family Guy will be returning for their 10th and 18th seasons for the network. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([0,...
Tags: TV, Movies, US, Fox, United States, TV News, Bob, Hulu, Donald Trump, Family Guy, Bob's Burgers, Griffin, Chris, Meg, Fox TV, Linda


Bishops coming and going

It’s been a busy few days in the world of bishops. Last Saturday, two dioceses elected new bishops. Northern California elected the Reverend Canon Megan M. Traquair. She is currently the Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of Arizona and will be the first female bishop in northern California. Traquair is a native Californian, raised in in Santa Barbara and graduating from Pomona College. She did her seminary work, earning an MDiv, at Seabury-Western. In a statement on the diocesan website, she ...
Tags: Europe, Church, Religion, Alabama, Maine, Paris, Arizona, New Zealand, John, Pacific, Canon, Bishop, Christchurch, Curry, Santa Barbara, Jesus Christ


Weekend Cooking: Farro Waldorf Salad

Happy Saturday (or Sunday for my friends on the other side of the world). I don't know how this week got away from me. I had a heavy workload so I mainly cooked tried-and-true, no recipe required meals: pasta with meat sauce, split pea soup, chicken and rice in the slow cooker. I didn't even have time to go through a new cookbook or read a new foodie-heavy book. But all is not lost when it comes to today's post--I'm sharing a great recipe! If you've been following along over the years, then yo...
Tags: Books, Karen, Joe, Linky, Tina, Food Network Magazine, Beth F, Farro Waldorf Salad, Farro Waldorf Salad Serves


Can the Grammys Please Anyone?

The awards show made a series of changes in the past year to address its lack of diversity. But whether new nominees will win — or big names will show up — isn’t guaranteed.
Tags: Post, News, Lady Gaga, Grammy Awards, Wilson, Donald, Carlile, Janelle, Lamar, Kendrick, Monáe, Glover, Recording Academy, Tina, Brandi, Kacey


I Am the Night Episode 2 Recap

I Am the Night Episode 2 recap Following last week’s premiere of TNT’s I Am the Night, episode 2 finds Fauna attempting to track down her family after arriving in Los Angeles, including her mysterious grandfather, George Hodel (Jefferson Mays). Meanwhile, Jay continues his pursuit of the Bloody Romeo, but he can’t let go of the story that ruined his career years ago — a story that involved Dr. George Hodel. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone ...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Los Angeles, TNT, Lapd, Recap, Jay, Romeo, Lily, TV Recap, Peter, Janice, Mary, Tamar, HUNTINGTON