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Dudhi Halwa

“Halwa” is one of the most authentic dessert that is loved by every Indian across the world. However, the recipe passed down through generations, differs from one region of India to the other. 614 more words


Report: Panthers to host Saints on Monday Night Football Week 15

We will have to wait a few more hours before the full 2018 NFL schedule is released, but parts of it are starting to leak out. 118 more words

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This Is the Meaning of Trump's “Make America Great Again”

There is a new museum opening in Birmingham Alabama. It’s not pretty, and it is not a celebration of America’s accomplishments. It is dedicated to the thousands of black Americans who were lynched after the Civil War in the South and other states which supported slavery. 293 more words

Greg Olsen is committed to playing for Panthers in 2018

Earlier today, Carolina fans got quite the scare when the New York Post reported that tight end Greg Olsen was auditioning for a regular broadcast job on Monday Night Football. 171 more words

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Report: Greg Olsen auditioning for job on Monday Night Football

Panthers tight end Greg Olsen may be looking to move on from his playing career and into the broadcast booth full-time.

According to a report by Andrew Marchand at the New York Post, today Olsen is auditioning for a job as an analyst on Monday Night Football. 212 more words

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No Sugar Filling For Gujiya - Holi Special

Holi is coming, everyone is busy making “Gujiya”, the popular Holi sweet. Gujia is a sweet dumpling made with Maida and stuffed with Mawa, Rava, and Dry fruits. 332 more words


Gujjiyas for Holi!!

Holi Hai!! Holi festival of colors…one of the major Indian festivals of love, happiness and joy is celebrated all around the country. I have very fond memories of Holi, going to market with Papa and buying colors, water gun(pichkari), the Holi Pujan on Choti Holi(day before main Holi on the day when people play colors-Dulhandi), making of gujjiyas, Mathri and Sakkarpare and other Holi snacks with mom and other neighborhood aunties. 1,305 more words