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How to Grill Carne Asada

For traditional carne asada -- a Latin American classic meaning "grilled meat" -- purchase skirt steak or flank steak. They're not the most tender cuts, but they're brimming with rich flavor that holds its own with spiciness and other strong accompanying ingredients. Preparation begins with marination to impart some kick, but you...

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A photo montage with a classic meaning: "head in the clouds." The fact that the clouds are covering her eyes could suggest that thinking in such a dreamlike state might hide the scary truth of reality.


Loafers are chic, comfortable, and classic - meaning they're the perfect go-to shoe for every season and just about every occasion! Find out how to style your loafers for any setting.


Quatre quarts cake

This simple French classic, meaning 'four fourths' is similar to a pound cake. Just combine all ingredients, mix well and pop into the oven - it couldn't be easier!

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Listen to Stephen Hawking singing Monty Python's 'Galaxy Song'

Stephen Hawking has renewed his collaboration with Monty Python to produce a cover of the classic Meaning of Life hit “Galaxy Song”.


I love this... Easy Care free style still classic. Meaning the rainfall of waves and the twists in the front and around the hair on top. I still like twists..


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I wasn’t lonely. I experienced no self-pity. I was just caught up in a life in which I could find no meaning ― Charles Bukowski