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Puff Pancake/Dutch Baby

RECIPE #6, DAY #4

ORIGINAL RECIPE: My mother-in-law’s recipe for Puff Pancake, which is another name for a Dutch Baby, as recorded in my 2003 recipe book (for friends and family), … 786 more words

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Orioles defense costs them big, Sox win in rain-shortened match on Patriots Day

On Marathon Monday today, the Orioles and Red Sox played the last game of their 4-game series on a rainy day. Justin Masterson, unexpectedly the best starter for Boston this year, faced off against Wei-Yen Chen at 11 AM. 190 more words

Orioles humiliate Porcello, Ortiz ejected

The Orioles and Red Sox played the penultimate game of their 4-game series today with Rick Porcello facing Miguel Gonzalez. This would be a nice win for Porcello in terms of his new contract but it wouldn’t be that way. 164 more words

Cruinniú na mBád - New Quay - 1835

Freeman’s Journal 14th December, 1835 P4

A few days ago a regatta took place at New Quay. Mr O’Connell Esq., M.P. acted as commodore, and he and John Scott, of Cahercon, Esq., both subscribed 10/s towards the amusements. 73 more words

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Nanook of the North: Robert J Flaherty- An Anthropological Disposition

A Documentary released in the 1922 has enough to entice the audience of that era. But very much fails to impress a present day viewer due to represent day knowledge availability and highly spoken constructionism in film. 300 more words

Style Your Knits: Flaherty

I’ve already mentioned in a previous blog post how much I love Flaherty from Norah Gaughan vol. 15. So when we started choosing designs for these videos, it got my vote. 39 more words

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Nanook of the North #MovieReview

Film 60 in the “1001 Films to See Before You Die” challenge was 1922’s “Nanook of the North”. I didn’t know much going into it apart from the main focus of the film. 1,118 more words

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