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How To Bake Potatoes in a Bundt Pan by Saving Dinner’s Leanne Ely

Yes indeed, I have the magical bundt pan out again. This is my pretty one, you notice there’s hearts on the bottom. Actually this is just that the heaviest one that I have. What we’re going to do with the bundt pan this time, is we’re going to roast potatoes in them, just make plain…

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Making Maple Syrup | Où se trouve: Garland Sugar Shack

Hi, my name is Ivan Garland. Beside me is my son James. We’re here today at Garland Sugar Shack to demonstrate how maple syrup is made! Maple syrup has been a childhood dream — an adventure for me, especially. I started making maple syrup when I was 13 years old, and it grew apart of…

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Insane Ways Prisoners Used Peanut Butter, Cross-Dressing and Fruit to Escape Prison

This video was made possible by WIX. If you’re ready to create a website, head over to wix.com/go/infographics2019 to try out one of their premium plans right now. “We go tonight,” is often the dramatic movie line you hear in the prison escape epic, but in the case of escapes, fiction doesn’t need to embellish…

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Honey BBQ Chicken – Amy Lynn’s Kitchen

Hi everyone! I’m Amy! It’s almost time for the big game! So today I’m making honey barbecue chicken! This easy and delicious recipe takes just a few ingredients. So let’s get started! Pre-heat your oven to 425 degrees and line a baking sheet with foil and then set it aside. In a bowl, add 1…

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No Bake Eggnog Pie Recipe – Amy Lynn’s Kitchen

[Amy: Creator] Merry Christmas! [background music] I’m Amy. And today I’m making a no bake eggnog pie. This pie is super easy to throw together and it takes just a few ingredients. So let’s get started! In a mixing bowl, add 1, 3.4 ounce package of instant vanilla pudding and 2 cups of eggnog. If…

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No Bake Vanilla Coconut Squares Recipe – Amy Lynn’s Kitchen

[happy music] Hi everyone! I’m Amy. And today I’m making no-bake vanilla coconut squares. This recipe combines vanilla wafers, coconut and marshmallows to make a delicious dessert. So let’s get started! Spray an 8×8 pan with nonstick cooking spray and then set it aside. Crush enough vanilla wafers to make 3 cups and then set…

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Climate change: Why we need 70% of U.S. politicians to unite | Daniel Esty | Big Think

So when I served at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the late 1980s and early 1990s climate change first came onto the public agenda in a big way, and there was at the time a UN process launched to think about this issue. There was, in fact, the inner governmental panel on climate change…

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The right to know: How does censorship affect academics? | Robert Quinn | Big Think

The university space is a microcosm in its ideal of what we would like society to be like. People have adequate food, they have adequate housing and they have a chance to develop their capacities and contribute to the meaningful decisions and discourse of their lives. So that’s the ideal. And academic freedom is the…

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What detoxifies a negative work environment? | Simon Sinek

When we talk about a trusting team or trusting partners I think very often we forget that trust is not an instruction. Trust is a feeling. You cannot tell someone to trust you. No leader can just tell their company trust me. It doesn’t work that way. Trust is a feeling. It’s a biological feeling…

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How does criticism affect popular culture? | A.O. Scott | Big Think

Popularity is a great question; it’s just an intriguing question. I think especially now in the kind of consumer capitalist culture where taste and sometimes quality is being measured in dollars and in numbers and in ratings and box office and all of that. And sometimes popularity is just taken to be sufficient kind of…

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