• Some Pro’s Say Phil Should Be Disqualified

    March 7, 2019 No Comment

    GOLF.com conducts a weekly roundtable with its staff to break down the game’s hottest topics. And since it’s U.S. Open week, we are answering one burning question each night. Check in every Sunday evening for the unfiltered opinions of our writers and editors and join the conversation by tweeting us @golf_com.

    Posted in: Crazy

  • Singapore Claims The Flattering Title

    Singapore Claims The Flattering Title

    January 29, 2019 No Comment

    If you’ve been wondering what passport is the best to own in order to have less limited access to various countries in the world, guess no more. Singapore now has the world’s most powerful passport. This Asian island now holds the first place on the Passport Index (an online tool that sorts and ranks the world’s passports) […]

    Posted in: News, Uncategorized

  • 7 Tips for Filling out Your Pharmacy School Application

    7 Tips for Filling out Your Pharmacy School Application

    November 15, 2018 No Comment

    Now that you’ve begun to navigate the admissions process, you’re probably researching pharmacy school requirements and preparing to fill out applications. Below are several tips to help you successfully fill out and submit your pharmacy school application. Don’t leave any gaps in your application. Admissions committees make decisions based on the information you provide, not the information they’d […]

    Posted in: Conversation

  • Will The Basic Income Experiment Work In Canada?

    Will The Basic Income Experiment Work In Canada?

    November 9, 2018 No Comment

    The Canadian province of Ontario is to start giving some 2,500 people a basic income – money with no strings attached. The project, which is expected to start later this year, is being designed to test whether a basic income should be given to all Ontarians living in poverty. ‘The government basically believes that if […]

    Posted in: Cafe Talk

  • QUIT THE EURO: Greece to return to DRACHMA after EU-Enforced Austerity

    November 6, 2018 No Comment

    GREECE debt crisis veteran Yanis Varoufakis has urged Athens to quit the euro as the nation leaves a three-year bailout period of enforced austerity by European Union and international creditors.

    Posted in: Insane

  • Apple Making A 1 Billion Dollar Bet

    Apple Making A 1 Billion Dollar Bet

    September 4, 2018 No Comment

        Apple stock rose as the technology giant prepares to send 70 million to 75 million units of its iPhone units by the end of the calendar year, industry sources told DigiTimes. That would be Apple’s (AAPL) biggest launch because the iPhone 6 series in late 2013, the Taiwan-based newspaper said Tuesday.

    Posted in: Factual, Uncategorized

  • Homemade Gorditas

    Homemade Gorditas

    September 2, 2018 No Comment

    Gorditas are like pita pockets but considerably more hearty! Can be stuffed with just about anything! I make them using a combination of corn masa mix and all purpose flour. Items Needed 1 cup masa harina (instant corn masa mix) 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon shortening 1 cup hot water 1 […]

    Posted in: Main Course

  • Fresh Chorizo

    Fresh Chorizo

    September 1, 2018 No Comment

      It’s possible for you to make the home made chorizo with store bought ground pork should you not have a meat grinder or food processor. To make with store bought ground pork, combine pork with chorizo flavorer as directed in step 1 and blend well until tacky. Let rest at least 4 hours and […]

    Posted in: Main Course

  • Michael Jackson Still Lives

    August 30, 2018 No Comment

    Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” continues to be the best selling record ever, as well as eight years after his passing, the King of Pop, is a figure of fascination. Playing Jackson in Lifetime’s biopic is Navi, who bills himself as the world’s No. 1 Jackson impersonator. He explained he’s been doing it. “I’ve got the most […]

    Posted in: Cafe Talk

  • Spiced Cake

    Spiced Cake

    August 28, 2018 No Comment

    This recipe hails from Grenada-and would be a grand finishing touch to your favorite Caribbean or spicy meal. Dust with confectioners’ sugar and serve with fresh fruits of the season. Ingredients 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/8 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 cups white sugar 1 cup unsalted butter – chilled, cut […]

    Posted in: Dessert