1. Secret Friend - Blue Sky (Official Video)

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    From the album, Sleeper, by Secret Friend http://secretfriendmusic.com/buy-sleeper/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SecretFriendMusic Written, performed, produced and mixed by Steven Fox Featuring Kelly Jones on vocals Mastered by Shawn Hatfield Video produced by Effie Pappa

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    • MASTER CHEF BRASIL

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      Edição e Finalização do reality show. Prêmio F5 de melhor programa de 2014.

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      • The Best of Fawlty Towers 1975 - 1979 (Volume One) HQ

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        Fawlty Towers is a BBC television sitcom that was first broadcast on BBC2 in 1975 and 1979. Twelve episodes were made (two series, each of six episodes). The show was written by John Cleese and his then-wife Connie Booth, both of whom also starred in the show. The series is set in Fawlty Towers, a fictional hotel in the seaside town of Torquay, on the "English Riviera". The plots centre on tense, rude and put-upon owner Basil Fawlty (Cleese), his bossy wife Sybil (Prunella Scales), comparatively normal chambermaid Polly (Booth), and hapless Spanish waiter Manuel (Andrew Sachs), showing their attempts to run the hotel amidst farcical situations and an array of demanding and eccentric guests. In a list drawn up by the British Film Institute in 2000, voted by industry professionals, Fawlty Towers was named the best British television series of all time. The series focuses on the exploits and misadventures of short-fused hotelier Basil Fawlty and his wife Sybil, as well as their employees, porter and waiter Manuel, maid Polly, and (in the second series) chef Terry. The episodes typically revolve around Basil's efforts to succeed in 'raising the tone' of his hotel and his increasing frustration at the numerous complications and mistakes, both his own and those of others, which prevent him from doing so. Much of the humour comes from Basil's overly aggressive manner, engaging in angry but witty arguments with guests, staff and in particular his formidable wife, whom he addresses (in a faux-romantic way) with insults such as "that golfing puff adder", "my little piranha fish" and "my little nest of vipers". Despite this, he frequently feels intimidated, she being able to stop him in his tracks at any time, usually with a short, sharp cry of "Basil!" At the end of some episodes, Basil succeeds in annoying (or at least bemusing) the guests and frequently gets his comeuppance. The plots are occasionally intricate and always farcical, involving coincidences, misunderstandings, cross-purposes and meetings both missed and accidental. The innuendo of the bedroom farce is sometimes present (often to the disgust of the socially conservative Basil) but it is his eccentricity, not his lust, that drives the plots. The events test what little patience Basil has to the breaking point, sometimes causing him to have a near total breakdown by the end of the episode. The Episode shorts featured here are from: The Germans, The Kipper and the Corpse, Basil the Rat, Waldorf Salad and The Psychiatrist. Come back to have a laugh at more episodes in Volume Two at a later date. In July 2009, BBC America announced a DVD re-release of the Fawlty Towers series. The DVD set was released on 20 October 2009. The reissue, titled Fawlty Towers Remastered: Special Edition, contains commentary by John Cleese on every episode as well as remastered video and audio. All episodes were also available as streamed video-on-demand via Netflix and Amazon Instant Videos. Both series are also available for download on iTunes. http://www.amazon.com/Fawlty-Towers-Complete-Collection-Remastered/dp/B002LFPAUC

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        • From Scratch with Katie: Eggplant Parmigiana

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          Get an inside look when Katie makes her delicious Eggplant Parmigiana using fresh, local, seasonal ingredients to create this one of a kind masterpiece! Check it out and then head to Katie's Pizza and Pasta Osteria at 9568 Manchester Rd. in Rock Hill, MO and visit them online at www.katiespizzaandpasta.com.

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          • YouTube Campaign

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            A view of how my work has been used in Brasil...

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            • Marinara Sauce - Savor the Flavors with Brittany Allyn

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              Savor the Flavors host Brittany Allyn shares her recipe for Marinara Sauce and also suggests how to use it as the base for several other recipes such as Quick and Easy Cioppino, Lasagna, Tomato Basil Bisque and Italian Street Fair Crepes. To print or save the recipe, click the link below: http://savortheflavors.tv/recipes/marinara.pdf For more recipes, episodes, subscription, and information visit: http://www.savortheflavors.tv Follow Savor The Flavors on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Savor-the-Flavors/183216498359182

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              • Hanger 1 Summer Smash

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                Cocktail teaser for the Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival www.Rothphoto.ca

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                • Hanger 1 Zen Garden

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                  Cocktail teaser for the Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival www.Rothphoto.ca

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                  • Propagating Basil From Cuttings

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                    http://survivalgardener.com/basil-oci... Propagating basil from cuttings is so easy you'll wonder why you haven't been doing it all along. In this video, we show you how easy it is to clone basil in an aquaponic system. We also show you how to do it in a glass of water. Basil, is a common name for the culinary herb Ocimum basilicum. Easily recognized by its aromatic, green, oval-pointed leaves, basil is found many foods including pasta, salads, cocktails, teas, thai food and more. It's best known as the pungent flavor ingredient in pesto; a spread made from basil, pine nuts, olive oil, and Parmesan cheese. There are about 150 species, mostly from Asia,Africa, and South America that have spread throughout the world as culinary and medicinal herbs. All varieties are aromatic and worthy of a place in the garden. Some are perennial and others grow as annuals. In tropical climates many varieties considered "annual" can grow over a year if properly cut back and cared for. While human clinical trials are sparse, many of the positive effects of basil oil extracts have been observed in test animals and petri dishes. Check out the sources at the bottom of page if you'd like to read the studies. Even without any of these wonderful medicinal claims, basil is an awesome and useful plant to have around the house and in the kitchen. It's easy to addition to salads. (It's also an epic addition to pineapple blender drinks....a house favorite)

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                    • Know Your Herbs!

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                      from Becky Nelson Added 6 0 0

                      They're green and vaguely leafy...but how do you tell them apart and when do you use them? Spare yourself the embarrassment of mixing up your basils and parsleys with this 1-minute guide to perfectly garnished cooking.

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