Italian Delicacies: Mazara Red Prawn


Coral red and honey sweet, one of the most highly prized crustaceans on the market comes from the waters around Mazara del Vallo, a small town on the south-western coast of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea, situated at a distance of 200 kilometres from the North African shores. Today’s topic is the Mazara red prawn. Why Mazara? The port of ...

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New 'super six' for Ready Camp


10th January – London UK. Ready Camp, the fast-growing glamping brand from The Camping and Caravanning Club, has added six new locations for 2018. The ‘super six’ new sites bring the total of Ready Camp locations to 44 in the UK with a total of more than 200 well-equipped, pre-pitched safari-style tents. Ready Camp Tent Interior Ready Camp was first ...

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U.S. Could Send Stranded Iranian Christians Back to Iran


The U.S. government could send 100 mostly Christian Iranians stranded in Austria back to Iran this week, where they would face harsh persecution by Iran’s Islamic government.   “The administration needs to act fast to stop this travesty,” said Nina Shea of the Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom to the Washington Free Beacon.   Shea said the U.S. government ...

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Edible Innovations: These Dresses are Made from Kombucha


From Singapore to the USA and all around Europe, Edible Innovations profiles food makers that engage in improving the global food system at every stage, from production to distribution to eating and shopping. Join us as we explore the main trends in the industry from a maker perspective. Chiara Cecchini of Future Food Institute — an ecosystem with a strong educational ...

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Rainy Vacations Can Be Good for You


Last summer, my husband Steve, my 12-year-old son Tommy and I flew to Colorado, Denver, to be specific. Instead of taking our yearly summer trip to Rhode Island to see my husband’s family, we were doing something completely different — embarking on a family vacation to a place we’d never been before. That first night, we stayed at the Denver ...

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Drones take flight for businesses that can navigate red tape


Sarah Gordon January 10, 2018 Supper dropped automatically at your door; construction sites monitored by machines; oil and gas pipelines inspected and buildings cleaned from the air; automated crop fertilisation. This is the world which drone enthusiasts say we will inhabit in the not-too-distant future. It is a vision on which some companies are betting big. On Monday PwC, the ...

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The Art of Matching Beer With Desserts


Whatever you are eating, there is probably a perfect beer to go with it. Despite its success as a versatile beverage, beer struggles to conquer the world of desserts. The question is: Should it? And if so, how should you approach this potentially exquisite combination? How to pair beer and dessert? To get you acquainted, we had a chat with ...

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White House confirms Trump to attend Davos gathering, synonymous with wealth and power


President Trump watches the NCAA football championship game Monday in Atlanta. (Andrew Harnik/AP) President Trump will address the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, later this month, the White House said Tuesday. The surprise engagement, first reported by the New York Times, will place Trump among many of the world’s richest and most influential leaders in government, business and foreign policy. The ...

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6 DIY Ways to Create Your Own Porg Infestation


Porgs, the latest adorable thing from Star Wars: The Last Jedi, are everywhere. They’re filling my Facebook stream, toppling my Twitter, and overflowing YouTube. You may say your sick of them and be shouting all over social media that they’re nothing more than a corporate ploy to sell a toy, but we know that you secretly find them adorable. What ...

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The Haunting History of Horoscopes


No one is completely certain when horoscopes first came into being. Some scholars credit the ancient Egyptians with creating the first zodiac, but most people believe astrology originated in the ancient Babylonian empire. The astrological charts this powerful Middle Eastern society created enabled them to track and predict the recurrence of celestial events and the recurrence ...

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