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    Cheers at Your Next Party: 8 Delicious British Snacks to Share With Your Hunky-Dory Mates

    British food often gets a bad rap, and it certainly lacks the glamour of French or Italian food. The unfortunate names of some items probably don't help. "Spotted dick," to pick an extreme example, sounds revolting, but it is actually a perfectly good desert. "Toad in the hole" also sounds less than appetizing. Many British foods have endured and been enjoyed for generations, which would not be the case if they weren't actually quite tasty. Here is a list of British snacks worth serving at a get-together.

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    Do you know vital facts about Tuberculosis?

    A majority of the people all over the world are suffering from tuberculosis. Due to lack of understanding of this disease, numerous folks are becoming its victim. Having a better understanding of how tuberculosis infects the people will enable others to avoid being infected. This disease is very dangerous and highly contagious. Below are facts about tuberculosis. Cause Tuberculosis is a highly infectious disease caused by bacteria. The bacterium is known as mycobacteria. When a person is exposed to this bacterium, it settles on his lungs. The spread of the bacteria damages the lungs. One of the interesting facts is Tuberculosis deteriorates the condition of the lungs and that makes…

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    5 Ways to Take Your Cooking Skills to the Next Level

    A good cook will always have a ton of friends. People enjoy eating a tasty meal. If you are looking to take your cooking skills to the next level, here are five tips that might just give you the boost you need. Master the Art of Carryover Cooking When you take a meal out of the oven, be it meat, vegetables, or cookies, it is still going to cook for the next 15 to 20 minutes. This is because the external temperature of the food is hotter than the internal temperature of the food. The internal temperature will continue to rise until the heat is evenly distributed. So according to…