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Table for Two - Recipe : Ricotta & Sage Filled Beet Ravioli
This Is Glamorous | Table for Two | Recipe : White Truffle French Fries
Table for Two | Recipe : Chai Banana Cake
Recipe: Lemon Haupia Hibiscus Cake
The Art of the Perfect French Omelette
In the Kitchen | Recipe: Banana & Maple Layer Cake with Avocado Chocolate Frosting
In the Kitchen | Two Chocolate Recipes to Try this Weekend: Cake & Brownies

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News 15.10.21 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

In every job he has ever had, Gavin has shirked. When he worked in a call centre, he would mute the phone, rather than answer it. When he worked in a pub, he would sneak out of the building and go to another pub nearby, for a pint. His best-ever job was as a civil servant. He would take an hour for breakfast, and two for lunch. No one ever said anything. All his colleagues were at it, too.

Places: Mallorca, Spain

YES, WE KNOW, it’s only been officially autumn for a month, but with the nights drawing in so quickly now, the bright yellow leaves falling off the trees, the wet gloomy skies, and British Summer Time ending at the end of the month, we’re already dreaming of sunnier times and warmer days. If the dark days of autumn and the dreary days of winter must be tolerated, then we’ll do it with cosy evenings fireside, and also through plenty of daydreaming. These images, that came floating through our feed this week, of places around Mallorca are a perfect place to start …

News 13.10.21 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

In September, The Wall Street Journal published a report, based on leaked documents, describing Facebook’s awareness of the harmful effects one of its platforms was having on young people. “Thirty-two percent of teen girls said that when they felt bad about their bodies, Instagram made them feel worse,” the company’s internal research revealed. “Comparisons on Instagram can change how young women view and describe themselves.” Here, though, is another finding: Many of the same young people who spoke of Instagram’s degradations kept returning to the service anyway. It’s where their friends are. It’s where they’re expected to be seen. Instagram, in that way, is both a choice and not a choice at all—a trap saturated in the language of easy freedoms: Post, comment, like.



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