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Santina Awarded Two Stars by Pete Wells New recipes

Santina Awarded Two Stars by Pete Wells

This week, New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells reviewed Santina, the latest endeavor from the Major Food Group — the gentlemen behind CARBONE, Dirty French, Parm, and ZZ’s Clam Bar. Just as he did to Dirty French back in December, he gave its corporate sibling two stars.Wells describes Santina as an oasis from the bitter cold of January, when he visited what must have been just days after it opened.

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Karolina Kurkova's Heathy Green Juice Recipe New recipes

Karolina Kurkova's Heathy Green Juice Recipe

Supermodel Karolina Kurkova shares her tip for March, National Nutrition MonthiStock/ThinkstockKarolina Kurkova& 39;s Heathy Green Juice RecipeEveryone should celebrate healthy eating during National Nutrition Month, but also every day! I would encourage us all to step out of your comfort zone, try something new and work towards better health.

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Gratin with Brussels sprouts New recipes

Gratin with Brussels sprouts

Put the pasta to boil, in salted water and a little oil. We let them drain and sprinkle them with a little oil so that they don't stick. We clean the cabbage of impurities, wash it well and put it to boil in boiling salted water. Cut the kaizer into cubes and heat them in a little olive oil. Mix eggs, cheese, kaizer and spices to taste.

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Prehistoric Poop Shows ‘Vegetarian’ Dinosaurs Actually Ate Shellfish New recipes

Prehistoric Poop Shows ‘Vegetarian’ Dinosaurs Actually Ate Shellfish

Researchers found that some herbivores ate crab and molluskLisovskaya / istockphoto.comScientists have discovered ancient dung that shows some dinosaurs previously believed to have been strict vegetarians often ate shellfish, as well as fungus and insects living in rotten logs. A new report says that the fossilized feces, called coprolites, contained crab and mollusk shells and rotted wood that date back to between 74 and 76 million years ago.

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10 Foods and Drinks You Probably Didn't Know Will Give You Dragon Breath New recipes

10 Foods and Drinks You Probably Didn't Know Will Give You Dragon Breath

Face it: Right now, at this very moment, your breath probably smells pretty bad. Whether it’s from the coffee you drank this morning or the raw onion on the burger you had for lunch, you probably shouldn’t talk into anybody& 39;s face right now. And even if you& 39;ve avoided the obvious offenders, there are still plenty of foods and drinks out there that will destroy your breath.

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