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ROASTED SWEET POTATO WEDGES WITH AVOCADO CHIMICHURRI
“I ordered a diet coke on the plane ride home and Hugh gave me a wide-eyed side glance when he heard me ask the stewardess.”

From “ROASTED SWEET POTATO WEDGES WITH AVOCADO CHIMICHURRI”

SPROUTED KITCHEN

http://www.sproutedkitchen.com/home/2015/4/20/roasted-sweet-potato-wedges-with-avocado-chimichurri.html
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yesterday
Weekday Vegetable Soup
“Vegetable soup has become a staple lunch of weekdays around here. I like the idea that you can combine a good range of ingredients into one bowl of soup goodness, and I typically use whatever vegetables I have on hand, some beans and/or grains, and a few spice accents.”

From “Weekday Vegetable Soup”

101 Cookbooks

http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/weekday-vegetable-soup-recipe.html
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3 days ago
Asparagus, Fennel & Spinach Soup + Topping!
“In our house, soup is rarely served without some kind of topping. It’s almost like a yin and yang thing, we start talking about soup and the conversation directly leads on to toppings.”

From “Asparagus, Fennel & Spinach Soup + Topping!”

Green Kitchen Stories

http://www.greenkitchenstories.com/asparagus-fennel-spinach-soup-topping/
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3 days ago
Planned Giving prospect identification, driven by data
“I’m looking forward to giving two presentations in my home city in connection with this week’s national conference of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners (CAGP). In theory I’ll be talking about data-driven prospect identification for Planned Giving … “in theory” because my primary aim isn’t to provide a how-to for analyzing data.   Rather, I will […]”

From “Planned Giving prospect identification, driven by data”

CoolData blog

https://cooldata.wordpress.com/2015/04/19/planned-giving-prospect-identification-driven-by-data/
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5 days ago
Travel well, for business or pleasure
Table of Contents (click ↵ to jump back to here) Is there something you travel with that you can’t live without? Let us know in the comments. (Photo by Robert S. Donovan)…
5 days ago
PyFormat: Using % and .format() for great good!
Python has had awesome string formatters for many years but the documentation on them is far too theoretic and technical. With this site we try to show you the most common use-cases covered by the old and new style string formatting API with pratical examples.
python 
6 days ago
Code Quality
“I honestly didn't think you could even USE emoji in variable names. Or that there were so many different crying ones.”

From “Code Quality”

xkcd.com

http://xkcd.com/1513/
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7 days ago
Mini Garden Turkey Loaf Meal
“When I first started this blog I used to cook in “complete meal” mode (a main dish + sides) and post each recipe individually, as well as a “complete meal” summary.”

From “Mini Garden Turkey Loaf Meal”

Budget Bytes

http://www.budgetbytes.com/2015/04/mini-garden-turkey-loaf-meal/
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7 days ago
Tailing the Alert Log with SQLcl
“Hopefully you’ve heard about the new SQL*Plus we’re building. And hopefully you’ve heard about the new REPEAT command we put into it yesterday.”

From “Tailing the Alert Log with SQLcl”

ThatJeffSmith

http://www.thatjeffsmith.com/archive/2015/04/tailing-the-alert-log-with-sqlcl/
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7 days ago
Yard Maintenance
“When I moved into a new house a few years ago, I decided that I wanted to take better care of my yard.”

From “Yard Maintenance”

Tools and Toys

http://toolsandtoys.net/guides/yard-maintenance/
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8 days ago
Spinach and Feta Mashed Potatoes
“So I’ve been really into potatoes lately. They’re just so cheap and you can do so many different things with them! Mashed potatoes in particular are great because they go with just about any meal and you have the sky as your limit when it comes to add-ins.”

From “Spinach and Feta Mashed Potatoes”

Budget Bytes

http://www.budgetbytes.com/2015/04/spinach-and-feta-mashed-potatoes/
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8 days ago
maple pudding cake
“There is a whole catalog of cooking devoted to what to make when you peer nervously into your bank account and find the balance lacking — one could even argue that the affordable preparation and dissemination of nutrients has always been the primary goal of cooking, before we got distracted by $700 blenders and organically milled heirloom cornmeal porridge (ahem, guilty as charged).”

From “maple pudding cake”

smitten kitchen

http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2015/04/maple-pudding-cake-pudding-chomeur/
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8 days ago
SQLcl: Run a Query Over and Over, Refresh the Screen
“I was going to talk about our new IMPORT command in SQLcl. This will allow you to feed a delimited text file of data to our command line interface and have it automatically imported to a table.”

From “SQLcl: Run a Query Over and Over, Refresh the Screen”

ThatJeffSmith

http://www.thatjeffsmith.com/archive/2015/04/sqlcl-run-a-query-over-and-over-refresh-the-screen/
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9 days ago
artichoke gratin toasts
“As someone who claims that her favorite food on earth is artichokes, it’s strange that this cooking website boasts so few recipes that feature them, that the last one was over 5 years ago, and I came to the conclusion years later that I liked it better without the artichokes.”

From “artichoke gratin toasts”

smitten kitchen

http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2015/04/artichoke-gratin-toasts/
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11 days ago
Mini Garden Turkey Loaves
“For the past year or so I’ve been working on the side making step by step photo tutorials for Food.com.”

From “Mini Garden Turkey Loaves”

Budget Bytes

http://www.budgetbytes.com/2015/04/mini-garden-turkey-loaves/
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11 days ago
Tried-and-True Perennials for Your Garden
“Unfussy and long-lived, perennials pump out beautiful foliage and flowers year after year”

From “Tried-and-True Perennials for Your Garden”

This Old House: Home Improvement Advice and News

http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/photos/0,,20905805,00.html
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14 days ago
Smoky Garlic Oven Fries
“I really  wanted to call these “OMG! They’re Crunchy!” Fries, but that doesn’t work very well for SEO purposes. My point is, I’m happy to have finally made some oven fries that are crispy and crunchy.”

From “Smoky Garlic Oven Fries”

Budget Bytes

http://www.budgetbytes.com/2015/04/smoky-garlic-oven-fries/
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15 days ago
AeroPress Recipes
“This morning, the Apple Watch embargo lifted and the in-depth reviews have already started pouring in.”

From “AeroPress Recipes”

Tools and Toys

http://toolsandtoys.net/guides/aeropress-recipes/
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16 days ago
AnyBar and SuperDuper!
“For years I’ve been using a combination of this script (or its predecessor) and GeekTool to let me know whether my nightly SuperDuper!”

From “AnyBar and SuperDuper!”

And now it’s all this

http://leancrew.com/all-this/2015/04/anybar-and-superduper/
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17 days ago
obsessively good avocado cucumber salad
“It’s been 29 weeks since I first made this avocado and cucumber salad, which means two things: it predates this news, meaning that all of my theories about this kid making me crave avocado, grapefruit, and chocolate are perhaps completely bogus, elaborate projections on my part.”

From “obsessively good avocado cucumber salad”

smitten kitchen

http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2015/04/obsessively-good-avocado-cucumber-salad/
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18 days ago
How to De-thatch a Lawn
“In this how-to video, This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook breathes new life into a suffocating lawn”

From “How to De-thatch a Lawn”

This Old House: Home Improvement Advice and News

http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/video/0,,20052307,00.html
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18 days ago
Blackberry Sage Pork Chops
“Pork chops, meet blackberry sage pan sauce. Pan sauce, meet pork chops. I just know you two will get along beautifully. Pan sauces are the easiest way to turn a boring cut of meat (pork chop, chicken breast, etc.) into a restaurant quality, fancy-pants meal.”

From “Blackberry Sage Pork Chops”

Budget Bytes

http://www.budgetbytes.com/2015/04/blackberry-sage-pork-chops/
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20 days ago
Toasted Coconut Oat Bran
“Discovering that you can cook grains in other liquids besides water was one of my favorite “ah-ha” moments in cooking.”

From “Toasted Coconut Oat Bran”

Budget Bytes

http://www.budgetbytes.com/2015/04/toasted-coconut-oat-bran/
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22 days ago
Mind the data science gap
“  Being a forward-thinking lot, the data-obsessed among us are always pondering the best next step to take in professional development.”

From “Mind the data science gap”

CoolData blog

https://cooldata.wordpress.com/2015/04/01/mind-the-data-science-gap/
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23 days ago
Nut, Quinoa & Chocolate Bars
“This recipe picks up where our last post ended – it’s another great way to use nut butter.”

From “Nut, Quinoa & Chocolate Bars”

Green Kitchen Stories

http://www.greenkitchenstories.com/nut-quinoa-chocolate-bars/
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24 days ago
Ramen Revisited + How to make Dashi
“My parents made my lunch every day that I was in school from the time I was barely old enough to hold a brown paper bag, right up until my last days of high school.”

From “Ramen Revisited + How to make Dashi”

My New Roots

http://www.mynewroots.org/site/2015/03/ramen-revisited-how-to-make-dashi/
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24 days ago
A Simple Asparagus Soup
“The markets here have shifted from yellow and orange orbs of citrus to banks of green asparagus, baskets of artichokes, bouquets of green garlic, and tiny favas the size of my ring finger.”

From “A Simple Asparagus Soup”

101 Cookbooks

http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/a-simple-asparagus-soup-recipe.html
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25 days ago
Programming Languages Reference Sheets - Hyperpolyglot
Hyperpolyglot: Programming Language Cheat Sheets -- #b #programming #cheatsheets
programming 
27 days ago
The Noun Project for Mac
RT @EmilandDC: Finally! @nounproject for Mac:
27 days ago
carrot graham layer cake
“It has been 1 year, 6 months and 6 days since I last shared a recipe for a stacked, filled, and unconscionably indulgent layer cake on this site, an unforgivable oversight on my part.”

From “carrot graham layer cake”

smitten kitchen

http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2015/03/carrot-graham-layer-cake/
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4 weeks ago
Super-Charge Your Yard
“Tips, Tricks & Techniques to Landscape Like a Pro”

From “Super-Charge Your Yard”

This Old House: Home Improvement Advice and News

http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/info/0,,20908854,00.html?xid=husqvarna-super-charge
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4 weeks ago
Cumin Lime Coleslaw
“I can feel it, y’all! I can feel the summer coming! And in its honor, I wanted to make something refreshing, crisp, and crunchy. Hello, Cumin Lime Coleslaw!”

From “Cumin Lime Coleslaw”

Budget Bytes

http://www.budgetbytes.com/2015/03/cumin-lime-coleslaw/
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4 weeks ago
baked chickpeas with pita chips and yogurt
“Nothing against barbecue-style baked beans, all tangy sauced and full of smoky burnt end drippings — hi summer, get here quick please — but I hardly see why navy beans get to have all of the fun.”

From “baked chickpeas with pita chips and yogurt”

smitten kitchen

http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2015/03/baked-chickpeas-with-pita-chips-and-yogurt/
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4 weeks ago
Green Curry Dumplings
“Big hugs. If you're up for a bit of a project, and you want to make something to lift the spirits, this is where you need to land. A few of you asked about these dumplings when I posted a snapshot of them to Instagram a couple of weeks back.”

From “Green Curry Dumplings”

101 Cookbooks

http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/green-curry-dumplings-recipe.html
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4 weeks ago
Balsamic Chicken Thighs
“Chicken thighs are a favorite of mine because they’re inexpensive, easy to prepare, tender, juicy, and quite versatile.”

From “Balsamic Chicken Thighs”

Budget Bytes

http://www.budgetbytes.com/2015/03/balsamic-chicken-thighs/
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4 weeks ago
Skillet Potatoes and Green Beans
“It’s been far too long since I’ve had fresh green beans. Like, maybe since last summer and that, my friends, is a tragedy. I love a fresh, still slightly crunchy green bean.”

From “Skillet Potatoes and Green Beans”

Budget Bytes

http://www.budgetbytes.com/2015/03/skillet-potatoes-and-green-beans/
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5 weeks ago
Winter Rainbow Panzanella
“Dear colour. I miss you. Please come back soon. Your pal, Sarah B I’ve joked before about the oh-so dark, single-toned, and super grey city Copenhagen becomes in the winter.”

From “Winter Rainbow Panzanella”

My New Roots

http://www.mynewroots.org/site/2015/03/winter-rainbow-panzanella/
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5 weeks ago
Little date commands redux - All this
March 16, 2015 at 3:50 PM by Dr. Drang Back in December, I wrote a short utility called ago, which calculated the number of days between a date given on the command line and today. It’s been…
programming-languages  perl  programming  logic 
5 weeks ago
MultiMarkdown Quicklook plugin 1.1
MultiMarkdown 4.7 was recently released, and I decided it was time to catch my Quicklook plugin up with it. This version of the MultiMarkdown QuickLook plugin allows for custom styling when…
markdown 
5 weeks ago
potatoes with soft eggs and bacon vinaigrette
“I was going to offer today a kind of loose apology. “Sorry, guys, for all of the potatoes and eggs and utter randomness of recipes this winter,” and then shamelessly go onto blame this approaching third-trimester (ack, too soon) situation with its still-unpredictable food cravings I’m in but then I realized: this is actually nothing new.”

From “potatoes with soft eggs and bacon vinaigrette”

smitten kitchen

http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2015/03/potatoes-with-soft-eggs-and-bacon-vinaigrette/
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5 weeks ago
The No-Recipe Curry
“Like most families, we have a few favourite dinner recipes that goes on repeat like old records a couple of times every month.”

From “The No-Recipe Curry”

Green Kitchen Stories

http://www.greenkitchenstories.com/the-no-recipe-curry/
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5 weeks ago
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