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    Mum Disgusted By ‘Severely Undercooked’ Steak Served At Derby pub

    A mum says she was left disgusted after biting into a “severely undercooked” steak at a popular family pub in Derby. Louise Bailey visited the Nags Head in Mickleover on Sunday with her two young children. She ordered a medium 10oz rib eye steak which is described on the menu as: “So full of flavour you’ll be daydreaming about it … Read more

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    Reporter Caught Shapeshifting In Live News

    A Fox News reporter was caught altering the shape of her eyes on a live newscast. As we can see in the video above the eyes of the reports suddenly change color and format for a few seconds. Take a look:

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    How To Grow Ginger In A Container

    There are a few spices that grow well in containers right at home, and ginger happens to be one of them. Popular in tasty Asian dishes and in many favorite baked treats, ginger adds zingy flavor to culinary delights of all sorts. And, ginger is super easy to grow in a container. In fact, it’s … Read more

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    This Is Why You Don’t Fall Asleep On The Rod!

    Now this is why you don’t fall asleep holding the pole… Unless of course, you have a friend with a camera and want to make the rest of us laugh! “Why do you say that?” you might ask. We’ll you just have to see this to believe it. This guy was out fishing off a small … Read more

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    Quinoa Corn And Avocado Salad

    Quick cooking quinoa makes this a perfect summer salad when you don’t want to heat up the kitchen. It is also great for a last minute potluck, or when company comes over unexpectedly. Instructions: Combine everything in a large bowl and mix well.

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    How To Save Your RV From Ants

    Ants inspect food in their vicinity by sending out their special scouts who first investigate the entire area individually. On finding food, the scout then, secretes a hormone called pheromones. This acts as a landmark for the food while the scout goes back to his hill and calls gets backup! They are incredibly organized, folks! When you are RVing in … Read more

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    From Pension Applications To Bounty Warrants: Free Revolutionary War Records Online

    Do you have ancestors that served during the American Revolutionary War? A surprising number of records exist from this period and there are now numerous free collections online that will allow you to uncover records about these ancestors and their families. From Pensions Applications and Bounty Land Warrants, to the fascinating collections of the Daughters of the American Revolution – … Read more

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    Plans For Vegetable Gardens

    Fall-Harvest Vegetable Garden Fresh lettuce, spinach, and peas aren’t limited to spring vegetable garden ideas. Replant as temperatures cool in late summer for a second round of these favorites. Garden Size: 4 by 4 feet Colorful Vegetable Garden Red cabbage, golden oregano, and Johnny jump-up teams with chard, lettuce, onions, and other favorites to create a vegetable garden idea … Read more

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    Men’s Knitting: Is It ‘The New Yoga’?

    Gerrard Allt had been smoking for around 20 years and was getting through a packet of cigarettes a day when a housemate introduced him to knitting. “It gave me something else to do with my hands,” says the softly-spoken Scouser, now in his 40s. “Before that I’d tried quitting, but I was going cold turkey … Read more