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Kuku, an Iranian omelet, is a tasty, healthy staple in Persian homes: You can make it, too

Kuku, an Iranian omelet, is a tasty, healthy staple in Persian homes: You can make it, too
3 years ago

Kuku, an Iranian omelet, is a tasty, healthy staple in Persian homes: You can make it, too

By Providence Cicero – The Seattle Times

July 31, 2015

KUKU IS AN Iranian omelet similar to an Italian frittata. Eggs are its foundation, but a number of other ingredients may …
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Paseo and Un Bien: a tale of two sandwiches
3 years ago

Paseo and Un Bien: a tale of two sandwiches

By: Bethany Jean Clement – The Seattle Times

July 29, 2015

Most people say Paseo is as good as ever since it reopened, maybe even better: These days they never run out …
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The Ultimate Guide to Travel in Central America – Mexico to El Salvador
3 years ago

The Ultimate Guide to Travel in Central America – Mexico to El Salvador

By  •  Travel

By: Jo Fitzsimons – BootsnAll

Central America is that sliver of land connecting the mass of South America to the expanse of North America. It can be so small that …
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Airfare Will Drop BIG Time In August, Experts Say  It’s about to get GOOD.
3 years ago

Airfare Will Drop BIG Time In August, Experts Say It’s about to get GOOD.

By  •  Travel

By: Suzy Strutner – The Huffington Post

July 31, 2015

Prepare your mind and wallet, because you’re gonna want to buy a flight ASAP.

Airfare is predicted to drop sharply …
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Anchorage population more diverse than you might think
3 years ago

Anchorage population more diverse than you might think

By: Sarah Stuteville – The Seattle Times

July 30, 2015

I was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest but somehow never made it to Alaska until last week. And like many …
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Hijab Lolita Fashion Exists and It’s Fantastic
3 years ago

Hijab Lolita Fashion Exists and It’s Fantastic

By: Amy Ratcliffe – The Nerdists

July 30, 2015

Cultures often come together in unexpected ways, and that intersection is represented in the fashion of Alyssa Salazar. She’s a 25-year-old convert …
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Durian: love it or hate it, is this the world’s most divisive fruit?
3 years ago

Durian: love it or hate it, is this the world’s most divisive fruit?

By: Monica Tran – The Guardian

Monica Tan competes in a durian eating contest and reveals how a fruit that smells like ‘rotten mushy onions’ won her over

Durian. That …
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UW brain-wave study: social babies get more out of Spanish lessons
3 years ago

UW brain-wave study: social babies get more out of Spanish lessons

By  •  Family

 

By John Higgins – The Seattle Times

July 31, 2015

The babies who learned the sounds of a foreign language best were the ones who were better at looking back …
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Latinos Are Everywhere, Except on TV. What’s going on?
3 years ago

Latinos Are Everywhere, Except on TV. What’s going on?

By: J. Weston Phippen – National Journal

July 29, 2015

If the current rate of Latino involvement in the media were to play out as it has, it would take …
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13 Amazing Benefits of Litchis (Lychee) For Skin, Hair and Health
3 years ago

13 Amazing Benefits of Litchis (Lychee) For Skin, Hair and Health

By: Saba Naaz – Style Craze

June 30, 2015

You can find lychee fresh or canned at you local Asian grocery store:

Viet Wah Supermarket

1032 S Jackson Street, #1032 …
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