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- Hope Gets Humana and The Man From Hope
- Kate Hudson Says '420' Just Like Pregnancy
Posted: 19 Apr 2011 02:14 PM PDT
TBT - After an eventful morning running around with the kids to find hidden egg treasures, everyone in the family will be left feeling famished. Take a break from dining out and make some delicious home-cooked food for your family and friends this Easter, Sunday April 24. With Easter right around the corner, it's about time to get your spring holiday recipes in order.
A delicious brunch could not be found without baked goods to appeal to the sweet-toothed. Gooey, moist, creamy Cinnamon Rolls or Sweet Dinner Rolls are a crowd pleaser, and can be prepared the night before to save time Easter morning. Quiche is a savory choice when preparing brunch; this bacon quiche tart recipe is both simple and satisfying.
If brunch isn't your thing, then here are a few recipes fit for a big Easter dinner at home. Maybe you're in charge of bringing over a side dish for a potluck feast. These three cheese garlic scalloped potatoes boast a variety of cheeses including cheddar, provolone, and parmesan to add a bit of comfort food to your dinner. If you're looking for healthier options, try roasted asparagus bundles lightly seasoned with olive oil, salt, pepper and scallions. See more healthy living choices you can make at the grocery store every weekend.
Bringing dessert is another way to contribute to a plentiful dinner. Strawberry angel food layer cake incorporates fruity strawberries with whipped cream and angel food cake for a confection sure to please. Classic rice crispy treats are taken up a notch with this Easter egg inspired recipe. Food coloring makes this recipe festive and fun for kids and adults alike.
Nothing says Easter like a sweet and savory slice of ham. Get some tips for a tangerine-glazed Easter ham by Tyler Florence of Food Network's Food 911. Watch a clip featuring this recipe below.
[via - sdentertainer]
Posted: 19 Apr 2011 02:12 PM PDT
TBT - Wildfires that have burned hundreds of thousands of acres in Texas crept closer to the Dallas-Fort Worth area on Tuesday, razing some upscale homes near a lake and threatening hundreds more homes.
The fires started in sparsely populated west Texas and have moved east, helped by bone dry conditions and winds whipping up the flames.
Just west of the major city of Fort Worth, the towns of Strawn, Bunger and several communities around Possum Kingdom Lake have been evacuated and Graham, the county seat of Young County, is now threatened, according to Texas Forest Service officials.
The wildfires in that area alone have covered almost 150,000 acres so far, officials said.
Those fires threaten more than 600 homes and have destroyed dozens of residences, officials said. The wildfires pushed into the area on Monday, razing upscale homes along Possum Kingdom Lake.
The fires also closed the Possum Kingdom Fish Hatchery, located just below the lake's reservoir dam, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The 103-acre facility near Graford is where fingerlings are produced for stocking Texas waters.
Possum Kingdom State Park was evacuated last Friday ahead of wildfires that burned 90 percent of the 1,500-acre park on the south shore of Possum Kingdom Lake and slightly damaged two buildings and two of three sewage treatment system liners. No one was injured, parks department officials said.
U.S. Forest Service firefighters, joined by 14 Texas State Park firefighters, continued today to monitor the park for flames within the thick stands of juniper trees and to help fight fires near the fish hatchery and nearby communities.
Two other state parks that have been threatened by the wildfires in north and west Texas in past days -- San Angelo State Park and Lake Arrowhead State Park -- remain open.
Davis Mountains State Park, which suffered wildfire damage last week, remains closed as does historic Indian Lodge that is located inside the park. A base camp for hundreds of firefighters has been set up inside the state park.
[via - reuters]
Posted: 19 Apr 2011 02:11 PM PDT
TBT - Health care giant Humana has stepped up to become the title sponsor of the Bob Hope Classic, and the William J. Clinton Foundation will be a beneficiary. There's no word on whether the tournament will retain Bob Hope's name, or whether it will join long lost celebrity namesake events such as the Crosby.
There's also no indication as to whether it will retain its signature five-day format. I don't see why not. It's an oasis in the blandness of PGA Tour formats, and if you include the pro-ams, the pros play five days each week anyway.
The complete press release is : read here
Posted: 19 Apr 2011 02:10 PM PDT
TBT - People have described pregnancy many ways -- some say it's like being an incubator, some say it's as if you have an alien creature that has taken over your body, others say it's pure bliss. We've all heard pregnant moms feel like beached whales. Kate Hudson added a new description to that list recently. The actress, out promoting her new movie Something Borrowed, told an interviewer for Extra being pregnant is like being stoned.
So, pregnancy is like smoking the "420" ... anyone else humming "Pass the Dutchie"?
The old preggers mush-brain. I had it. I have it. The preggers mush-brain morphs into mommy brain, where you can't remember anything because you're trying to remember everything on little or no sleep. There are so many new feelings that come with being pregnant, this mush-brain is just one byproduct of many over the course of 40 weeks.
I love Kate Hudson. She's funny, she's smart ... and she's brutally honest. She makes no apologies for how she lives her life and is confident in her choices (even drinking a bit of vino while pregnant). Don't worry, everyone, she's not smoking weed now, she's smoked it in the past and is making a comparison. Cool. Fine. Whatevs.
I am kind of surprised no one has made that stoned analogy before. Personally, I think being pregnant feels more like someone has a strange remote control that works on only you, your body, your feelings. That there's some outside force that makes you cry every other hour, makes you feel like you have to pee every 5 minutes, creates the urge to paint rooms and buy stuffed animals.
What did being pregnant make you feel like?
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