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  • Cornucopia
    12 Things you may not know about a cornucopia
    Most of us know the cornucopia as the woven horn on a Thanksgiving table filled with little plastic fruits and vegetables. What you probably don’t know is that the cornucopia dates back to the fifth century BC by way of Greek poet Homer...
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    Green your Thanksgiving
    It seems ironic that the day Americans set aside to be thankful for the harvest with a feast takes such a hard toll on the environment. For those who are thankful for nature and the world that provides the bounty, take a moment to consider how...
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    Cornucopia: the 3D food printer
    With the idea of affordable mainstream 3d printers right around the corner, (and partially due to the fact that 3D printer patent expires next year in 2014) US scientists have recently come up with prototypes of food printers to be released in the...
  • Fall harvest and the sacred Autumn Equinox
    Fall harvest and the sacred Autumn Equinox
    The dryness of Autumn tightens the skin and tissues of your body. (dhataus). You shift from summer slacker to organization and schedules. Dryness of Fall and the heat from summer can cause your sinuses to produce mucous to sweeten the nasal...
  • Blackcomb's slopes filling with snow
    Whistler this weekend: November 12-14, 2010
    Whistler is a town of inverse relations this time of year. As snowlines drop, expectations grow. With snow down to the valley a number of times in the past weeks, Whistlerites are now checking their patios for powder just as much as they are...
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