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healthhomeandhappiness.comDelicious Zucchini Lasagna (Great Grain-Free Freezer Meal) - Health, Home, & HappinessShare this All of the comfort food without any of the wheat. Zucchini sliced into strips, and then grilled, replaces pasta in lasagna, alongside seasoned meat, ricotta cheese, and rich tomato sauce. This meal makes three 8×8 or 8×10 pans full, enough to put two in the freezer for a later day. Delicious Zucchini Lasagna...1
theamericanbarber.tvPrincess Charlotte Sticks Out Tongue At Royal Marriage ceremony — See Pics – Hollywood Life ⋆ American BarberToo cute! Pictures have surfaced of Princess Charlotte cheesing it up for the cameras whereas headed to the royal wedding ceremony! See the pic proper right here! Okay, it’s time we admit one thing. Though Meghan Markle, 36, seemed completely attractive all through her wedding ceremony, her niece Princess Charlotte almost stole the present! The …1
film.avclub.comThe "merc with a mouth" gets smarter and sillier in the uneven Deadpool 2Openly trolling the ambitions of other modern comic-book movies, the sequel to Deadpool, the surprise hit that cast Ryan Reynolds as the self-destructive and puerile Bugs Bunny figure of the present superhero blockbuster landscape, mostly outdoes its predecessor in terms of style and satirical intent: Now that he’s gotten his origin story out of the way, its fourth-wall-breaking not-quite-hero is on a mission to get himself some progressive social commentary and a tragic death scene, just like his more family-friendly Marvel brethren. But though bringing in a bona fide action-cheese aesthete like David Leitch (Atomic Blonde, John Wick) to direct counts as a minor coup, Deadpool 2’s attempts to fight superhero fatigue with self-awareness and meta shock value can become exhausting. Indulgent and uneven, but in spots gruesomely funny, the new film badly lacks the basic momentum of the original’s formulaic plot.
history.house.govThe Start of the 66th Congress | US House of Representatives: History, Art & ArchivesOn this date, the Members-elect of the 66th Congress (1919–1921) gathered in the House Chamber for Opening Day of the new session. Speaker of the House Frederick Gillett of Massachusetts presided over the proceedings, controlled by the new Republican majority. Notably absent from the House was Jeannette Rankin of Montana, who had made history in the 65th Congress (1917–1919) by becoming the first woman to serve in Congress. Representative Rankin did not seek re-election to the House in 1918, but instead lost her bid for the U.S. Senate. The Congressional Directory that year listed a variety of professional backgrounds for the all-male membership of the 66th Congress: iron molder, stock raiser, tree surgeon, cheese manufacturer, and glass blower. Freshman Representative James Whitson Dunbar of Indiana described himself as a “political accident.” At the opening session, the House refused to seat Representative-elect Victor Berger of Wisconsin. Speaker Gillett ordered Berger not to take the oath of office due to charges of espionage. His seat remained vacant throughout the Congress. During the first session of the 66th Congress, the House passed (for the second time) the women’s suffrage amendment on May 21, 1919, and the Volstead Act enforcing Prohibition on October 28, 1919. In his remarks to the House on Opening Day, Speaker Gillett declared, “I hope that the good feeling and mutual respect which exists today, although it may at times be clouded and dimmed, will, at the end of this Congress, be no less general and genuine.”
annsentitledlife.comCheesy Kale and Artichoke DipCheesy Kale and Artichoke Dip By Ann This creamy, cheesy, delicious kale and artichoke dip recipe is simple and fast to make. Great with tortilla chips, pita chips or vegetable sticks, it makes a great appetizer or party snack. Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Ingredients: • 2 cups Baby Kale • 2 TBSP Water • 4 oz Cream Cheese, softened • 1 cup Parmesan Cheese, shredded • 1 7.5oz jar Artichokes, drained • 1/8 tsp Garlic Powder • Dash of Salt Directions: • In a large skillet over low heat combine 2 tablespoons of water and the1
amrank.infoTaking the American diner on the highway ⋆ Amrank Real EstateAn exhibition at Milan Design Week explored the worldwide relevance of an American icon Friends to Milan Design Week craving a chunk of apple pie, a milkshake, or maybe a grilled-cheese sandwich had been in luck this 12 months, due to a novel interactive set up: The Diner—a full-service pop-up restaurant dropped at life by …1