The Best Scone Recipe in the World – Just Add Cream and Jam! Yum!

The Best Scone Recipe in the World - Just Add Cream and Jam! Yum!

Do your scones turn out like little rocks? Well, no need to despair, I have the perfect recipe to supersede any others that you may have tried before – even grandma’s favourite scone recipe will be gathering dust after you try this one. These scones will retain their freshness for up to a week when kept in an airtight container. They contain More...

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Super Immunity Foods to Improve Digestive Conditions
By admin On Monday, October 7th, 2019
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Super Immunity Foods to Improve Digestive Conditions

The process of digestion is a long journey which starts from when food is in the mouth and completes when food reaches the small intestine. Digestive organs involved in digestion include small/large intestines, More...

How to Boost Immunity with Food: Culinary Tips
By admin On Monday, October 7th, 2019
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How to Boost Immunity with Food: Culinary Tips

It has long since been known that what a person eats on a regular basis has a significant impact in terms of physical, mental and emotional well-being. The immune system also benefits from eating “super immunity More...

Super Immunity Foods to Fight Heart Conditions
By admin On Sunday, October 6th, 2019
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Super Immunity Foods to Fight Heart Conditions

Cardiovascular illness and various heart problems are increasingly common, particularly in the West, where rising obesity levels are increasing the risk of serious heart conditions. For those with either a personal More...

Eliminate Extreme Poverty by the Year 2025 With Clinical Economics
By Paul Linus On Saturday, July 27th, 2019
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Eliminate Extreme Poverty by the Year 2025 With Clinical Economics

Jeffrey D. Sachs, Professor of Economics and Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, has been a leading economic adviser to governments around the world. He headed the United Nations Millennium Project More...

Poor monsoon could risk summer crops this year
By Paul Linus On Thursday, July 11th, 2019
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Poor monsoon could risk summer crops this year

The output of summer-sown crops could be at risk this year due to poor monsoon in the central and western regions. According to a weather department official, in the next two weeks, there will be below-average rainfall More...

Fair Trade, Poverty
By Paul Linus On Monday, July 1st, 2019
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How Fair Trade Benefits People in Poverty

Half of the world’s population live in poverty and are expected to survive on less than $2 a day. This means they cannot afford an education, health care, or acceptable cost of living standards. Because of More...

Vegetarian, Diet
By Paul Linus On Monday, June 3rd, 2019
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Reasons to Try A Vegetarian Diet

Many people develop an interest in the vegetarian diet once they taste delicious vegetarian recipes and realize they don’t notice that it’s meatless. Contrary to what many meat lovers assume, vegetarian food More...

Government working out on plans for farm relief ahead of elections
By Paul Linus On Friday, December 28th, 2018
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Government working out on plans for farm relief ahead of elections

Possible sops could be announced for farmers to respond agrarian crisis challenge in India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a long discussion with finance minister Arun Jaitley and BJP president Amit Shah Wednesday More...

An Intro to Thai Street Food
By Paul Linus On Thursday, September 27th, 2018
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An Intro to Thai Street Food

Cheap, colorful, and delicious, Thailand’s food vendors and carts offer some of the best eating in the kingdom. Perhaps most importantly, Thailand has a reputation for safe street food, since much of it is More...