Is your family torn over having Mexican food, Chinese food or Hawaiian food? Well, this SPAM® Musubi taco is sure to please everyone. It’s a trifecta of flavor with Chinese sausage, a soy glaze and of course, glorious SPAM® Classic Submitted by SPAM® fan Huy Nguyen, Washington, DC 30 min 17 ingredients Kewpie mayo Sushi rice (cook per instructions on package) Pickled Daikon & Carrots Soy Glaze 1.Slice ½ daikon radish and 2 carrots into julienne strips. 2.Mix 1½ cup sugar, 1½ cup vinegar, 4½ cups water together in a large bowl to create a pickle solution. 3.Submerge daikon radish and carrots into bowl of pickle solution. 4.Store in refrigerator for 1 hour. 5.In a small saucepan combine ½ cup soy sauce, ½ cup mirin, 1/3 cup sugar. 6.Bring to boil and reduce…
4 Smart Tips You Need to Know When Planning a Destination Wedding
More couples than ever before are choosing to forgo large traditional wedding ceremonies and are instead opting for low-key nuptials in exotic locations. The reasons behind such an uptick in destination weddings vary, but many couples cite budget and backdrops as a contributing factor. After all, why not skip an expensive reception for distant relatives when you can merge a wedding and a honeymoon in an exciting locale and share that experience with your nearest and dearests To make the most out of your wedding destination budget, consider the following tips 1. Research the best rates Start by searching airfare rates to your wedding destination and make a list of online platforms that offer good discounts.…
What TeenVogue Doesn’t Want You to Know About Your Guns Rights
As a teenager growing up in north central Florida, Teen Vogue was one of my favorite magazines. It spoke to my interest in design and…
How Old and New World Vultures Differ
Old World and New World Vultures are not closely related. Learn some of the ways they differ, with photos and sound bites.
How Producing Art Can Keep Our Brains Functioning
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life," so Pablo Picasso once famously proclaimed. Though we expect the pompous Cubist was being his u...
A Culture Vulture’s Guide to Santa Fe
There’s no one right way to describe Santa Fe. It’s the capital of New Mexico, the oldest state capital in the U.S., and the country’s third-largest art market -- behind New York and Los Angeles. Spanish for Holy Faith, Santa Fe might be better known, though, for its self-proclaimed slogan, the “City Different.” And the destination, which is perched 7,000 above sea level, irrefutably does things differently. It’s certainly historic -- visitors can get a glimpse into its storied past while stopping by several neighborhoods, especially the downtown Plaza area and Railyard District, seeing its museums, tackling its nature trails, and simply by chatting up the friendly locals. It packs in flavor, too -- you may…
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Photos: Hat Day 2017
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Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
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