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These Are The Top Super Bowl Dip Recipes In Every State

Out of all the reasons that Super Bowl Sunday is one of our favorite days of the year, the delicious dip recipes that show up to the party might just be our favorite. And we're not alone! We got a peek at Google's uniquely searched dip recipes ahead of the Super Bowl — which span from spinach dips to crab rangoon dips to taco dips — to give you some kitchen inspiration as you prepare your own appetizers ahead of the big game. Keep reading to find out what was most-searched in your state, and try your hand at multiple recipes!Alabama: Buffalo Cauliflower DipGoing meat-free this Super Bowl? This recipe uses cauliflower in lieu of shredded chicken for a dip...

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Grab Your Slice with Monica Scudieri

Today, our host is Dr. Disha Spath. She has a fantastic conversation with Monica Scudieri. Monica is a personal finance coach, author, and blogger who has over 10 years of experience in the FIRE movement through her own journey. She's the author of “Grab Your Slice of Financial Independence” and writes at thepieceofthepie.com. Monica shares her story of going through a divorce and being a single parent in debt with no job to having a healthy net worth with multiple real estate properties and ultimately living a life she loves with her family. Listen to Episode #299 here.   Monica's Background  Monica, tell me about yourself. Tell us about what your background is and what brought you here today. “I'm...

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Embroidery for Kids with Simple Stitching

This simple embroidery project is a fun sewing project for 4 year olds and up. Try stitching and beading with burlap on an embroidery hoop. Before the shutdown this past spring, we did this simple stitching & beading project at our last preschool art class. This project takes major inspiration from Shannon at Hatch Studio and the tutorial she wrote over on Art Bar. Although the kids had never stitched before, they had so much fun with this simple embroidery project. The room was quiet with concentration as they practiced moving the needle up & down through the burlap. This class in particular reminded me how capable kids are if only we give them the opportunity.A few months later, I wanted...

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It Came From the Basement

The white nationalist figure Nicholas J. Fuentes ignited a political firestorm by dining with Kanye West and Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago, he strode out onstage to a crowd of what he claimed were 1,000 followers, chanting “America First.” Behind a podium, flanked by two American flags and one with that slogan, he hit his standard beats (the nation is in decline, Christ is king) while sprinkling in some extremely troubling riffs, like comparing Vladimir Putin to Hitler—and suggesting the similarity was a “good thing.” This Marriott conference center worth of Groypers—which Fuentes’ fans call themselves in homage to a right-wing internet frog meme—had gathered in Orlando for the third annual America First Political Action Conference. He was serving as the...

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Audrey Burges Interview - The Minuscule Mansion of Myra Malone

Photo Credit: Christy Davis – From the Heart Images Audrey Burges writes novels, humor, short fiction, and essays in Richmond, Virginia. Her presence is tolerated by her two rambunctious children and very patient husband, all of whom have become practiced at making supportive faces when she shouts, “listen to this sentence!” She is a frequent contributor to numerous humor outlets, including McSweeney’s, and her stories and essays have appeared in Pithead Chapel, Cease, Cows, and lengthy diatribes in the Notes app on her phone. Audrey was born and raised in Arizona by her linguist parents, which is a lot like being raised by wolves, but with better grammar. She moved to Virginia as an adult but still carries mountains and canyons...

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