National Chili Day

National Chili Day-2/28/2019 National Chili Day is a holiday which falls on the fourth Thursday in February and celebrates the dish known as Chile con Carne. While chili is a dish that can commonly be described as a spicy stew with meat and tomatoes, it differs from place to place. Some people believe chili should…

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National Chili Day

National Chili Day-2/28/2019 National Chili Day is a holiday which falls on the fourth Thursday in February and celebrates the dish known as Chile con Carne. While chili is a dish that can commonly be described as a spicy stew with meat and tomatoes, it differs from place to place. Some people believe chili should…

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7 One Tank Day Trips

7 One Tank Day Trips! Sometimes we just need a change of scenery! The CSRA is close to many great attractions and cities that offer great family fun for everyone. Many of these places are within a one to two-hour drive. No need for an overnight bag! Just pack a cooler with some snacks and…

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Frozen Chocolate Covered Bannanas

Nothing brings back childhood memories like frozen chocolate-covered bananas!  Not only are these delicious but they are simple to make and they are on the healthier end of the dessert spectrum. Remember to consider the environment when making these and choose organic bananas. The Science Banana plantations in Costa Rica use a significant amount of…

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Tomato Basil Soup

Tomato Basil Soup April 3, 2018 by Ingrid Beer 57 Comments   This rich and flavorful tomato basil soup, filled with bright basil, roasted Roma tomatoes, roasted garlic, and a hint of spice from red pepper flakes, is unlike any other tomato soup that you’ve tasted. And it may just become your new favorite. Tomato Basil Soup, a…

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31 Weird Science Facts

31 Weird Science Facts The moon is moving away from the Earth at a tiny, although measurable, rate every year. 85 million years ago it was orbiting the Earth about 35 feet from the planet's surface. The star Antares is 60,000 times larger than our sun. If our sun were the size of a softball,…

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