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Founded in 1211, Brasov is a gateway city to the wildflower meadows and wooded mountains of rural Transylvania. Read more about amazing places to inspire future journeys: https://on.natgeo.com/2J2j694 #BestoftheWorld
Special AZ Cooks Live episode coming to you tomorrow! Join us for 30 minutes of fun. I will be making some boneless stuffed turkey, showing you how to carve a turkey, and answering all your Thanksgiving questions! See you tomorrow at 5PM CT
Thanksgiving is going to look very different this year. If you want me to send a Thanksgiving message to someone you love, make sure to check me out on @bookcameo. Proceeds benefit @wckitchen. Check out my profile: http://cameo.com/chefaz
I like to make my stuffing the same way my grandmother did, with a classic combination of turkey livers, roasted chestnuts and plenty of fresh herbs… Simply the best. Link in bio for recipe https://instagr.am/p/CH8T1VZhHeP/
If family obligations necessitate travel, experts encourage minimizing the risk wherever possible—here are 10 tips to help.
10 ways families can minimize holiday travel risk
Here’s how to make travels safer if you’re determined to see relatives over the holidays.
It’s a story of ancestral wisdom, rare languages and poison. 😋
The Amazon’s mouth-watering ‘fifth flavour’
The ancestral sauce of black tucupi is making its way onto the menus of some of South America’s best restaurants, bringing a new sense of pride ...
No one is ever successfully enrolled by “pushing them away”. We need to practice “closeness” by pulling people in. That’s the very nature of bipartisanship and our future depends on ending this fractious division we are living in ... @VanJones68 gets it
A great read to give you hope is @VanJones68' BTMT - which proposes not using a partisan division approach but calling folks in and finding a way to connect. #GreatReads https://twitter.com/ReganStephens/status/1330655530180878339
Great read from @timodc on why he’s leaving the GOP. Love the childhood anecdotes. He’s a good writer.
"So today it’s me who is heading for the exits. They have been clearly marked."
Goodbye To All That
Leaving the GOP.
The Swiss guides marked the advent of adventure tourism in Western Canada. 🏔️⛷️
The birthplace of Canada’s mountain culture
The gritty railroad town of Golden is home to the origin story of Western Canada’s celebrated mountain culture, which has lured countless advent...
Journey into the unknown. Here's what's on tonight!
The new Jeep commercials all feel like promos for This Is Us. I can’t tell the difference until the end if I see the Jeep logo or not.
Hot Sloth Hot Sauce from @mikebagale ... and we all need to support restaurants so i ordered in some take and bake from @momolongplay @davidchang and their glorious Bo Ssam. The kit comes with more than what’s here, Mikes hot sauce I got s… https://instagr.am/p/CH6TCLap6-t/
In 1912, an eruption of the volcano Novarupta formed the caldera and crater lake at the summit of Mount Katmai, captured here by photographer Katie Orlinsky. Read more about amazing places to inspire future journeys: https://on.natgeo.com/35UYyZa
A sad day. A brutal remembrance. He had flaws like all our Presidents but did anyone have his commitment to service, his vision for what America could become?
It’s a hard thing to contemplate
President Kennedy's Dallas motorcade, this hour 1963, in long-lost photograph: #Time
"I’m getting goosebumps thinking about it now. It still freaks me out." (Same.) 😬
Don’t miss an all-new #ParanormalCaughtOnCamera, tonight at 9|8c.
Ahhh. That’s good news!
But the good news is that all the case data continues to point toward the outbreak peaking. New cases are down week-over-week, from 7,559 last Sunday to 7219 today. It’s the first time the 7-day average dropped by at least double digits two days in a row since SEPT. 11.
That’s bad news bad news ...
Today was another bad-news, good-news day for #COVID19 in Minnesota. The bad news was that hospitalizations and the death rate continue to climb, with 40 new deaths today, up from 31 a week ago. The 7-day average in Minnesota is now 48 deaths/day, a record:
.@goldengateblond you are beyond brilliant.
Obviously the senator is busy on drumstick defense issues and his role in the current Putsch, and can’t be bothered about the food lines in his state. Or the morgue trucks. My friends father just died in Texas. Unforgivable.
Ted wouldn’t stand up for his wife or father but by god he’ll go to war for the drumstick
.drericding you are spot on.
Im still stunned that with 250,000 dead and millions sick, and it’s going to get worse before it gets better, there is NO Fed covid plan and congress adjourned without the senate addressing any economic relief...
These people work for us! Insanity
Let this sink in:
Ben Carson, Trump’s HUD Secretary, was “extremely sick" w/ #COVID19, and became "desperately ill”.
➡️ He survived after using monoclonal antibody drugs—*before* it was FDA approved.
So much privilege—250k Americans weren’t so lucky. https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2020/11/20/937170338/ben-carson-says-he-was-desperately-ill-with-the-coronavirus
Beautiful sentiment for a Sunday morning. Love this
we were cleaning catch this morning and tom, who has been a commercial fisherman for about 50 years, said the puzzle of hunting/gathering is what to do in times of plenty. one answer? “the best place to store your extra food is in your neighbor’s stomach.” this remains true.