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A Bite of Culinary History - Fish Tacos

Fish Tacos

Today fish tacos have become very popular, either in fast food restaurants such as ‘Taco Bell’ or in street trucks along North America. Every venue has its own take of the original fish taco, so much so that we are hard pressed to find the originals of the real fish taco. 320 more words

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Algunos apuntes del primer módulo Vinotinto

- La primera aparición del cuerpo técnico de Noel Sanvicente fue en un módulo de trabajo en la ciudad de Caracas. 25 jugadores, 12 de ellos de la selección juvenil sub 20, fueron llamados para esta toma de contacto. 794 more words


Let's Check Up: July 29 - August 3

Hello, friends! It’s Monday! I’ve always been one to actually like Mondays. Maybe it’s because I’ve never had a 9-5 job, but honestly they are a reload button for my life. 594 more words


House cleaning

I discovered a whole whack of other blogs earlier tonight.  Apart from some good writing, I also realized this joint could use a little cleanup and organization.   56 more words


What Cam's Listening To...8/2/14

What’s up guys? For this week’s segment, I’ve decided to do something a little different. If you know me in real life or read my old blog, you know I’m a music collector. 402 more words

On "The Way" at Eastern Point*

A Reflection on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola

By Sister Donna Fannon, MHSH

*The title of this post is inspired by the film, “The Way” which is filmed on the Camino in Spain. 513 more words

“Today’s assignment: write the post that was on your mind when you decided to start a blog.”

I think three things were on my mind when I started this.

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