Caribbean Food – A Little History

The Arawak, Carib, and Taino Indians were the first inhabitants of the Caribbean islands. These first inhabitants occupied the present day islands of British Virgin Islands, Cuba, Dominica, Grenada, Haiti, Trinidad, and Jamaica. Their daily diet consisted of vegetables and fruits such as papaw, yams, guavas, and cassava. The Taino started the process of cooking…

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Leyland Cypress Staking Is Critical

Leyland Cypress trees catch a lot of wind! A deciduous tree like Maples or Oaks have leaves that turn on edge to let the wind pass through, but Leyland Cypress and Thuja Green Giant trees catch the wind. It is important to use the appropriate stakes and tie material for each tree size and also…

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Turbo Calculator Explained

Turbo calculators are useful software applications that help you choose the right turbocharger for your build up. Good calculators have additional features that help you maximize the potential of your turbo setup including improving the spool characteristic and maintaining reliable control over your boost pressure. Intro to turbos Turbochargers are air compressors that are typically…

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Colorado River Steamboat Travel

The Desert Lifeline Hostile Indians weren’t the only danger in the hundreds of miles of southwestern desert country in the late 1800’s. No, you also had rattlesnakes, robbers and a few resentful Mexicans looking for some vulnerable early day settlers crossing this barren, unforgiving desert. There are some spots in that parched country that may…

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Top 10 Electric Shavers Reviews In 2016

You can even rinse several new electric razors or utilize them in the shower, while some even have LED screens. Today, “high tech” is not limited to laptops and smartphones. If you want to reap the benefits of modern stubble-slaying technology, listed below are the top electric razor reviews for guys 2014 so that you…

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Combatives Solo Training Drills

Although training with a partner is the ideal way to train Combatives, quite often we won’t have access to training partners. So rather than not train at all, we can train alone and still get a good session in. A few pointers to keep in mind when solo training: Don’t try to do too much…

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