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ABC 7 El Paso
The race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The race that pits humans against horses
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 15 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
The foot (and hoof) race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The foot (and hoof) race that pits humans against horses
Local 10 Miami / Posted 16 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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News 8000
The race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The race that pits humans against horses
News 8000 / Posted 18 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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Philly.com
10 real Philly vegan cheesesteaks to try during DNC weekthe roll itself is free of animal products. In our annual Best Vegan Cheesestea
10 real Philly vegan cheesesteaks to try during DNC week
Philly.com / Posted 20 minutes ago
the roll itself is free of animal products. In our annual Best Vegan Cheesesteak in Philly contest, we cast a wide net - all veggie sandwiches called vegan cheesesteaks can be nominated - but this list focuses just on those that could be... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Canada tops list of developed countries for rate of impaired-driving fatalitiesI was injured in a motor vehicle accident. Should I talk to the insurance compa
Canada tops list of developed countries for rate of impaired-driving fatalities
Dundas Star News / Posted 20 minutes ago
I was injured in a motor vehicle accident. Should I talk to the insurance company... Question: I am planning a trip out-of-province with my family this summer. Should I purchase... Oakville's Palermo Pub is always an excellent and obvious... Read more
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WXII-TV Winston-Salem
The race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The race that pits humans against horses
WXII-TV Winston-Salem / Posted 22 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
The foot (and hoof) race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The foot (and hoof) race that pits humans against horses
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 27 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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KECI Missoula
The foot (and hoof) race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The foot (and hoof) race that pits humans against horses
KECI Missoula / Posted 32 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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KCBA FOX 35 Salinas
The race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The race that pits humans against horses
KCBA FOX 35 Salinas / Posted 34 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
The race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The race that pits humans against horses
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 37 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
The foot (and hoof) race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The foot (and hoof) race that pits humans against horses
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 41 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
The race that pits humans against horses | Health - Home Article by David G. Allan, CNN Video by Deborah Brunswick CNN
The race that pits humans against horses
KTVZ Bend / Posted 43 minutes ago
| Health - Home Article by David G. Allan, CNN Video by Deborah Brunswick CNN Humans have been chasing animals for their entire existence. Racing against them wasn't a matter of sport, but necessity, as our... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
The race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The race that pits humans against horses
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 44 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
The race that pits humans against horsesbut necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth
The race that pits humans against horses
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 45 minutes ago
but necessity, as our ancestors simply needed the food. Most animals on Earth are faster than we are, but our proportionally bigger brains, endurance and ability to sweat give us a competitive advantage over them. This means that if you can stay... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Pokemon Go gets a night out on the townSt. Petersburg, Fla. -- It's game on for Pokémon Go players in St. Petersburg.
Pokemon Go gets a night out on the town
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 59 minutes ago
St. Petersburg, Fla. -- It's game on for Pokémon Go players in St. Petersburg. About 200 people gathered at Jannus Live in Downtown St. Petersburg Saturday afternoon to kick off the Hot 101.5 Poké Pub Crawl party. The crowds are expected to grow... Read more
1h
Dundas Star News
DNC’s mission: Make Hillary Clinton likablemore “pay in lieu” than has been offered from my former... The caring team of
DNC’s mission: Make Hillary Clinton likable
Dundas Star News / Posted an hour ago
more “pay in lieu” than has been offered from my former... The caring team of Canadian certified pedorthists at Dundas Valley Orthotics in Dundas, Ontario,... Question: What risks should businesses be concerned about? Answer: There are a number... Read more
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Daily Mirror
YouTuber scoffs Egg McMuffin with the wrapping STILL ONThis bizarre footage shows the moment a YouTuber scoffing an Egg McMuffin with
YouTuber scoffs Egg McMuffin with the wrapping STILL ON
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 hours ago
This bizarre footage shows the moment a YouTuber scoffing an Egg McMuffin with the wrapping still on in a bid, he says, to help save the environment. The man - who goes by the name theSHOENICE on YouTube - said there was no point taking the wrapper... Read more
4h
Pendle Today
Charity wins in man versus foodCharity was the real winner from a gargantuan man versus food contest. The cha
Charity wins in man versus food
Pendle Today / Posted 4 hours ago
Charity was the real winner from a gargantuan man versus food contest. The challenge, held at the Cross Gaits pub in Blacko, saw competitors pit their stomachs against burger and chips, to raise money for Pendleside Hospice. And Adam Schofield, a... Read more
5h
walesonline
Behind the scenes of a WRU coaching course: Andy Howell's verdictThey say Wales is a nation of rugby coaches...well, there's a bit more to it th
Behind the scenes of a WRU coaching course: Andy Howell's verdict
walesonline / Posted 5 hours ago
They say Wales is a nation of rugby coaches...well, there's a bit more to it than sounding off about a match in front of your friends down the pub on a Saturday night. As our man Andy Howell has now discovered. Did you know that all of the WRU’s... Read more
5h
Daily Telegraph
‘I woke surrounded by naked men’which may cause distress to some readers. EARLIER this year, mum-of-three Mich
‘I woke surrounded by naked men’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
which may cause distress to some readers. EARLIER this year, mum-of-three Michele*, 44, was having a fun Friday night out with friends in a small Aussie coastal town when her drink was spiked, causing her to black out. When she regained... Read more
5h
The New Zealand Herald
Mastermind New Zealand: Lights, action, engage brainAuckland. But the brainbox doc has reservations - she reckons it could be a pre
Mastermind New Zealand: Lights, action, engage brain
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
Auckland. But the brainbox doc has reservations - she reckons it could be a prescription for trouble as it is challenging to get in and out of. "It is pretty low down and you have to hold on to the handles because it swivels about a... Read more
7h
The Courier
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
The Courier / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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7h
The Young Witness
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
The Young Witness / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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7h
Western Advocate
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
Western Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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7h
Kiama Independent
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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7h
Manning River Times
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
Manning River Times / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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7h
Goondiwindi Argus
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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The North West Star
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
The North West Star / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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7h
Daily Liberal
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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7h
The Border Mail
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
The Border Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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7h
Illawarra Mercury
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admitsco-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old t
I thought MasterChef would fail, judge Matt Preston admits
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 hours ago
co-host on MasterChef, whose finale airs on Tuesday, July 26. The 52-year-old tells Kate Waterhouse what surprised him initially about the series, which he thought was doomed to fail, as well as uncovering his favourite places to eat in Sydney and... Read more
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8h
The Seattle Times
Edinburgh in a day: A quick family visit to Scotland (with beer and skittles)St. Clair started building the chapel in 1446. It’s been on a stately yet crazy
Edinburgh in a day: A quick family visit to Scotland (with beer and skittles)
The Seattle Times / Posted 8 hours ago
St. Clair started building the chapel in 1446. It’s been on a stately yet crazy ride ever since. It’s not a big chapel — about 40 feet by 70 feet, no taller than two stories at its tallest point. But it has flying buttresses, Gothic pinnacles and... Read more
9h
Express and Star
Wolves takeover: Sale is boost to the game, says club legend John Richards « Express & Starinteresting and exciting times. “From a Wolves point of view, the club has bee
Wolves takeover: Sale is boost to the game, says club legend John Richards « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 9 hours ago
interesting and exciting times. “From a Wolves point of view, the club has been down in the doldrums for 30-odd years really and in the West Midlands as a whole things have been a bit down recently. “Nowadays you have got to have money to be... Read more
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Daily Mail
Margot Robbie polishes her Hollywood smile at local Queensland dentistback in her native Australia Her career has experienced nothing short of an ex
Margot Robbie polishes her Hollywood smile at local Queensland dentist
Daily Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
back in her native Australia Her career has experienced nothing short of an explosion over the past few years. And like all fledgling A-listers, Margot Robbie made sure to give her Hollywood smile a polish at a Queensland dentist during her trip... Read more
10h
vitalfootball co uk
Spotlight On…Charlton AthleticWhat's being said in the forum now? The Addicks are the next team we focus on
Spotlight On…Charlton Athletic
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 10 hours ago
What's being said in the forum now? The Addicks are the next team we focus on as we look at all the teams that will be competing in League One during the 2016-17 season. They opened the season with a confidence boosting two-nil win over QPR before... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Why Did Busloads Of Asian Tourists Suddenly Arrive In This English Village?taking photos of her flowerbeds. She lives in a 1970s-style one-story bungalow
Why Did Busloads Of Asian Tourists Suddenly Arrive In This English Village?
KERA North Texas / Posted 11 hours ago
taking photos of her flowerbeds. She lives in a 1970s-style one-story bungalow in the rural village of Kidlington, about a 90-minute drive northwest of London. It's a quiet place. Doesn't get many visitors. Beesley is retired and cares for... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Why Did Busloads Of Asian Tourists Suddenly Arrive In This English Village?taking photos of her flowerbeds. She lives in a 1970s-style one-story bungalow
Why Did Busloads Of Asian Tourists Suddenly Arrive In This English Village?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 11 hours ago
taking photos of her flowerbeds. She lives in a 1970s-style one-story bungalow in the rural village of Kidlington, about a 90-minute drive northwest of London. It's a quiet place. Doesn't get many visitors. Beesley is retired and cares for... Read more
11h
Daily Mail
Schoolboys banned from wearing shorts on hottest day wear SKIRTSsaid it wasn't part of uniform code In protest, the boys arrived the following
Schoolboys banned from wearing shorts on hottest day wear SKIRTS
Daily Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
said it wasn't part of uniform code In protest, the boys arrived the following day wearing pleated navy skirts They were allowed to wear skirts as they are part of agreed school uniform A group of teenage boys went to school wearing skirts in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Why these pop-up bars are causing a stir in south-west Englandme now. Tonight, I’ll be dusting off my glow sticks and heading to SkyBar, a po
Why these pop-up bars are causing a stir in south-west England
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
me now. Tonight, I’ll be dusting off my glow sticks and heading to SkyBar, a pop-up event that’s making its way around the South West this summer, stopping at various wonderful outdoor locations en route, including Polperro on the south coast of... Read more
13h
The Courier Mail
‘I woke surrounded by naked men’which may cause distress to some readers. EARLIER this year, mum-of-three Mich
‘I woke surrounded by naked men’
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
which may cause distress to some readers. EARLIER this year, mum-of-three Michele*, 44, was having a fun Friday night out with friends in a small Aussie coastal town when her drink was spiked, causing her to black out. When she regained... Read more
14h
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.WINE BAR & BISTRO: Hawley: Sunday, Blues, Brews & BBQ featuring Randy Lippincot
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 14 hours ago
WINE BAR & BISTRO: Hawley: Sunday, Blues, Brews & BBQ featuring Randy Lippincott and Joey “Hotbox” Simon. IRISH WOLF PUB: Scranton: Wednesday, NEPA Open Mic Night. MECCA'S PLACE: Dunmore: today, Frank and Toby. MENDICINO'S PIZZA: Covington... Read more
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15h
The Age
Michael Clarke wins battle with Cricket Australia, but the war for control appears far from overLehmann holding the balance of power hasn't sat well with the players or Clarke
Michael Clarke wins battle with Cricket Australia, but the war for control appears far from over
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
Lehmann holding the balance of power hasn't sat well with the players or Clarke, and that issue has put the skipper on the outer. Victory for Clarke: Shane Warne attends Australian training alongside selector Mark Waugh, fielding coach Greg... Read more
15h
Illawarra Mercury
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaristhe 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaris
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 hours ago
the 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has been smoked, roasted and charred. A lunch out with George is surprisingly similar to the judging sessions on each episode of the television show, except our food is... Read more
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16h
Northern Daily Leader
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaristhe 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaris
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 hours ago
the 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has been smoked, roasted and charred. A lunch out with George is surprisingly similar to the judging sessions on each episode of the television show, except our food is... Read more
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16h
The Young Witness
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaristhe 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaris
The Young Witness / Posted 16 hours ago
the 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has been smoked, roasted and charred. A lunch out with George is surprisingly similar to the judging sessions on each episode of the television show, except our food is... Read more
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16h
Western Advocate
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaristhe 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaris
Western Advocate / Posted 16 hours ago
the 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has been smoked, roasted and charred. A lunch out with George is surprisingly similar to the judging sessions on each episode of the television show, except our food is... Read more
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16h
Nottingham Post
Army pals reunited after almost SIX DECADES apartfriends in 1959 while at Fulwood Barracks in Preston, but their time together w
Army pals reunited after almost SIX DECADES apart
Nottingham Post / Posted 16 hours ago
friends in 1959 while at Fulwood Barracks in Preston, but their time together was cut short after Mr Davenport, of Hucknall, was demobbed while Mr Roberts was at home on leave. They never got to say their goodbyes but in the end it didn't... Read more
16h
Kiama Independent
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaristhe 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaris
Kiama Independent / Posted 16 hours ago
the 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has been smoked, roasted and charred. A lunch out with George is surprisingly similar to the judging sessions on each episode of the television show, except our food is... Read more
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16h
Manning River Times
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaristhe 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has
'My religion is food', says MasterChef's George Calombaris
Manning River Times / Posted 16 hours ago
the 1980s. Everything this season, from parfaits to ice-creams and sauces, has been smoked, roasted and charred. A lunch out with George is surprisingly similar to the judging sessions on each episode of the television show, except our food is... Read more
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