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Many of us have settled for mediocre burgers for much of our life. We buy organic, farm-raised beef but then overcook it until it’s dry and tough, hoping that if we drown it in condiments it’ll take on the flavor we’re looking for. It won’t. Read up on some of the top tips for upping your homemade burger game and make this the summer you stop wishing you’d gone out rather than cooked in.
Start with quality ingredients
The first thing you can do to make better burgers is to stop drowning them in a ton of ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise. Instead, start relying on the natural flavors of high-quality ingredients. First and foremost, that means your beef. You’re making a burger, after all, so the namesake ingredient should be top-notch. Todd Richardson, Chef and General Manager at Hickory Nut Gap in Fairview, NC, recommends using “pasture raised, … Read the restRead Here
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The experts seem to agree, face masks help prevent the spread of germs. But finding a face mask that kids will actually wear is a whole other issue. After testing quite a few, we think we have found the one!
Great for back-to-school, Mission Cooling Gaiter & Face Cover is not your run-of-the-mill face mask.
• Reusable & machine washable
• Breathable, form-fitting design
• Helps defend against dust & wind
• Ultra comfortable, stretch performance fabric
• UPF 50 sun protection blocks 98% of sun’s harmful UV rays
• Cools instantly when activated
• Chemical-free cooling
• Keeps cool up to 2 hours
• Soft, lightweight fabric in styles they will love
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Chemical-free cooling, reusable and machine washable, Mission Cooling Gaiter and Face Mask comes in a range of styles kids will actually want to wear.
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In episode nine of Dew Tour Live, we’ll be featuring an all-star Canadian skater lineup. We’ll be catching up with none other than Ryan Decenzo, who now resides in Huntington Beach, CA, and see what he’s been up to as of late.
We’ll also follow up with three-time Dew Tour Team Challenge champions Blind Skateboards rider TJ Rogers and team manager Bill Weiss. Additionally, we’ll have TransWorld SKATEboarding’s own Jaime Owens on the show to get the latest in skate news. All this and more going down this Friday, August 7th at 1:00 pm with hosts Chris Cote and Chris Pastras.
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“From The Ash” is a visual metaphor for pushing forward as the world seemingly crumbles around you. In May of 2018 the Ute Park wildfire burnt 36,740 acres; a large swath of it was on the Philmont Scout Ranch.
Directed by Ryan Gibb, “From The Ash” is Gibb’s first foray back into feature mountain bike filmmaking since he and Derek Frankowski made the classic “Life Cycles” a decade ago. The culmination of one of the more challenging film shoots imaginable, “From The Ash” is a staggering combination of perseverance, incredibly creative filmmaking, and the masterful riding of Nico Vink. The result is a short film we’ll remember for a long time.
Thank you to the Boy Scouts of America for allowing us to film on location at Philmont. For the best experience, please use headphones or a … Read the restRead Here
“I am so fortunate to have my bicycle to get out and ride,” says Braydon Bringhurst. “For my soul.” With Solace, Bringhurst wanted to create inspiration for others—to get out and trail ride—and showcase the beautiful world that mountain biking can take you.
Recognizing current issues, Bringhurst acknowledges the unique opportunity to enjoy MTB—at this extraordinary time in history.
“Biking isn’t changing the world,” says Bringhurst, “But it is helping me to get through these difficult times and my hope is that it inspires others to do the same.”
“The feeling of getting through an incredibly tough climb followed by the thrill and stoke of the descent gives me hope,” says Bringhurst.
Watch Solace above, and go try something new on … Read the restRead Here
The pandemic has Americans twiddling their green thumbs and people are looking to plants to cope. If you choose to join us, you’ll have a decision to make. I’ve chosen to learn how to grow my own food. But many other people have turned to houseplants for their horticulture comfort.
Succulents and ficus trees are flying off the shelves as isolated people seek quarantine companionship. Even before the pandemic, indoor gardening was on the rise. According to a National Gardening Survey, in 2019, 30 percent of all households bought at least one indoor plant. Since the virus hit, garden stores like The Sill, an online houseplant delivery service, can’t keep up with demand. “We’re experiencing days that look and feel like Black Friday,” says the service’s CEO Eliza Blank, while pointing out its April sales were up 50 percent, month over month.… Read the rest Read Here
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