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Start Your Day the Mongolian Way. 100 Famous Restaurant Recipes You Can Replicate at Home. Find. Eat. Drink.: Find, Eat, and Drink Like a Chef in Barcelona. Carving on the Behance Network. Disparity by Christopher Boffoli: miniature scenes created using food and... The Modern Gentleman-Cooking and Entertaining With Sean Kanan. The Shorty Awards - Honoring the best of Twitter and social media. Blood Orange, Cranberry & Ricotta Muffins. Photo credit:

Blood Orange, Cranberry & Ricotta Muffins

Blood Orange Cranberry Sauce Recipe. By Florentina As little kids walking to the fields with our grandpa, we would pass by dozens of cranberry bushes on the side of the road.

Blood Orange Cranberry Sauce Recipe

We always stuffed our pockets with them and have cranberry fights along the way. As I matured I stopped using cranberries to hit my brother and started using them in muffins and in a blood orange sauce for the perfect side dish to the Thanksgiving dinner. The perfect berry citrusy aroma with hints of vanilla, so good you might just want to eat it with a spoon and some creamy Brie cheese. Any kind of orange will work fine in this but the blood orangeseason is just starting and it really takes the sauce to a heavenly level.

Blood Orange Cranberry Sauce Recipe (serves 4 ) 12 oz fresh cranberries1/4 c granulated sugarthe juice from 2 blood orangesthe zest from 1 orange1 tsp vanilla extract Add the cranberries, sugar and orange juice to a sauce pan. An error has occurred... The Ghetto Gourmet. Wild Striped Bass, 3 Varieties of Nichols Farm’s String Beans, E. Cooking. Grapes at the Von jakob vineyard in southern Illinois. Love is funny: Awesomely BAD engagement photos. Valerie Bolon - Personal Chef. Culinary Speakeasy : The concept In the spirit of bringing people together to enjoy great food in a very unique dining experience, Valerie Bolon of Top Chef Season 4 fame, is introducing Chicago to her newest endeavor, the underground dining scene.

Valerie Bolon - Personal Chef

Our idea is simple, to celebrate delicious food and wine in a quaint and surprising locale. We would like to invite the foodies of Chicago to come and share our passions and inspirations. We also understand the importance of collaborating our visions with local farmers, wine purveyors, and artists of all kinds - which makes this experience so much more interesting for everyone. For us, utilizing as many local resources as we possible can allows us to show the importance of really knowing where your food and wine comes from.

Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School»PostArchive » Telli. InShare0 Adapted from “How to Say What Matters Most,” by Susan Hackley (managing director, Program on Negotiation), first published in the Negotiation newsletter.

Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School»PostArchive » Telli

In their book Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most (Penguin Putnam, 2000), authors Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton, and Sheila Heen tell us how to engage in the conversations in our professional or personal lives that make us uncomfortable. Tough, honest conversations are critical for managers, whether they need to change the group culture, manage conflict within a team, give a negative performance evaluation, disagree with others in a group, or offer an apology. To set the stage for a productive discussion, open a difficult conversation with the Third Story, advise the authors of Difficult Conversations.

Posada Tepozteco dinner: Bill is grilling baby lamb. College Grads Lack Skills for Workplace? Reprinted with permission of Grueling end-of-course tests, stressful finals and pomp and circumstance are over for this year's 3 million high school graduates across the country.

College Grads Lack Skills for Workplace?

About 70 percent will go on to a two- or four-year college, while 30 percent will go directly into the job market. NBA Free Agents: Source: Chris Bosh to join Dwyane Wade with Mia. Untitled. Would-Be Associates at Some East Coast Firms Face Longer Deferra. Law Firms Posted Jul 7, 2010 7:43 AM CDT By Debra Cassens Weiss There’s more bad news for some law grads and students who want to work for some East Coast law firms.

Would-Be Associates at Some East Coast Firms Face Longer Deferra

Associates deferred in 2009 at Shearman & Sterling learned Friday that they won’t start work at the law firm until 2011, according to the New York Law Journal and Above the Law. Meanwhile, job-hunting law students are facing a tough job market in the Philadelphia region as many law firms continue to scale back or cut their summer associate programs, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Sunday Morning Soliloquy: Darren....By Popular Demand. After I wrote my blog entry LUXEMBOURG a few weeks ago, I received an outcry from my public.

Sunday Morning Soliloquy: Darren....By Popular Demand

"What happened to Darren? " How to Discuss the Oil Spill With Your Kids. Twin Lakes Mobile Home Park. The Blend of Barista and Sommelier: Starbucks Enters the Wine Biz. The Blend of Barista and Sommelier: Starbucks Enters the Wine Biz On June 25, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announced that it will use a testing ground store dubbed “Olive Way” to experiment with several new concepts. With rampant growth halted, Starbucks is looking for ways to draw customers back to the store. One of the new concepts is to introduce wine and beer as part of its product offering. Is this a good idea? Will doing so completely change the culture of the store, or is it a brilliant move to capitalize on the distribution network to extend sales into the evening hours? Untitled.