dailysqueezeblog:

Strawberry Navel Orange Lemonade Spritzer  
This colorful, fruity drink is sure to please everyone at the party. Sweet citrus juices are combined with strawberries and given a fizzy kick with club soda. Serve it with a fresh fruit garnish for the kids or add an optional splash of gin or vodka for the adults. This recipe suggests juicing the fruits using a centrifugal juicer, but mashing and straining the strawberries and juicing the citrus by hand will yield similar results.
SERVINGS: 4
TIME TO TABLE:10 minutes prep.
INGREDIENTS:10 to 12 strawberries, hulled6 Paramount Citrus lemons, peeled2 Paramount Citrus navel oranges, peeled24 to 32 oz. club soda or seltzer, coldStrawberries or citrus slices for garnish
PREPARATION
1. Using a centrifugal juicer, feed in the strawberries, then the lemons and finally the oranges. Stir the juice.
2. Pour ¼ of the juice into each of four 8 to 10 ounce glasses. Add club soda or seltzer to fill each glass. Garnish with fruit and serve. 


Making this!

sassingintothevoid:

Coffee porn.     (Cinemagraphs and gifs from this cool article.)

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"A decade ago, I sat talking to a young mother on welfare about her experiences with technology. When our conversation turned to Electronic Benefit Transfer cards (EBT), Dorothy* said, “They’re great. Except [Social Services] uses them as a tracking device.” I must have looked shocked, because she explained that her caseworker routinely looked at her EBT purchase records. Poor women are the test subjects for surveillance technology, Dorothy told me ruefully, and you should pay attention to what happens to us. You’re next."

- At The American Prospect, Virginia Eubanks details four broad ways in which looking to the experiences of marginalized communities can lay out for everyone else the ways in which we have been, are being and are soon to be monitored and surveilled. (via x09)

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missespeon:

outofcontextarthur:

can we talk about how this fucking pbs show aimed at little kids easily talked about how anxiety is stressful but normal

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veganfeast:

Raw veggie sushi, “wrap” edition with miso tahini dipping sauce. by monica.shaw on Flickr.

"Before I am your daughter,
your sister,
your aunt, niece, or cousin,
I am my own person,
and I will not set fire to myself
to keep you warm."

- 1/? Things To Remember (via rabbrakha)

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beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Salad In A Jar

Buy empty Mason jars from the supermarket

Add a desired amount of your favourite dressing into the jar

Now add your favourite fruit or vegetables example: strawberries cut into small bit sizes or tomatoes – cherry/mini tomatoes (mini tomatoes are best as they keep fresh)

Add your meats example: ham or turkey or chicken – roll and cut then add into the jar

Go all in and grab whatever else you like example: cheese (shredded), carrots, pickles, banana peppers etc into the jar

Now you can add lettuce and/or baby spinach

I’m doing this

nprfreshair:

Look who’s on the cover of Time Magazine! It’s comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. If you haven’t yet, definitely listen to our interview with them. 

Sure, sometimes at Key & Peele, we swim in the shallow waters of pratfalls, airplane observations and simple old-school punnery. But what we strive for–and what we think more people should strive for–is deeper: to make fun of everything.

You can read their article, “Make Fun Of Everything” here
nprfreshair:

These teacup balconies in Japan are just delightful. 

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