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1. Buckwheat recipes
Buckwheat recipes
Buckwheat demands your attention! It's delicious, easy to cook (especially with my recipes) and rich in nutrients, and if this wasn't enough - it is also gluten free. There are few places in the world where it is widely used, and since I have had the pleasure of being born in one of those spots, ...
Food & Cooking - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 01:10:38
2. 50 things you can do to improve the world
50 things you can do to improve the world
There are many, many ways in which you can make our planet a better place. Every tiny bit helps. Every step matters. I'm sure you have your own well-tried designs for improving the world, but if you were ever stuck for ideas or needed encouragement, here's an article to get you started. Photo so...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:43:18
3. Authentic Polish pierogi - the very best of Polish food
Authentic Polish pierogi - the very best of Polish food
If you were to pick one worldwide famous Polish dish, chances are that you wouldn't hesitate long before saying - pierogi. Those little stuffed dumplings won hearts of people everywhere and no wonder - personally I think it's the most delicious dinner you can have. I've been eating and making pie...
Food & Cooking - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 01:12:16
4. 10 things I hate about the Internet
10 things I hate about the Internet
It provides hours and hours of fun. It gives you an answer to every question in 0.08 seconds average. It lets you have your say, whatever the subject. It connects, promotes, enlightens. Gosh, the Internet is great. But it also gives you moments when you simply want to crash your computer against ...
Internet - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 01:04:52
5. Berries from around the world
Berries from around the world
It starts with strawberries and continues throughout the whole summer. Berry season. You can pick them from your garden or out in the wild - if you're lucky enough to live near somewhere where they grow. I grew up mainly with bilberries and wild raspberries and only gradually became aware of mult...
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:51:16
6. Famous Latin phrases
Famous Latin phrases
Latin may be a dead language, but some Latin phrases are immortal. Famous Latin quotes pop up again and again in movies and books and who knows, you might even come across one in a general conversation with a classically-minded friend. While today you probably don't need to be able to read Senec...
Education - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:40
7. Don't go to Cliffs of Moher
Don't go to Cliffs of Moher
I did some travelling over the weekend. One of the places on my itinerary was the famous Cliffs of Moher, probably the most famous touristic gathering point in the west of Ireland. At 214 m, they are the highest cliffs on the whole island and the view is... well... magnificent. BUT (and this is r...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:40
8. Porto zoo - Zoo da Maia
Porto zoo - Zoo da Maia
If you are an unsuspecting tourist in Porto, Portugal, the zoo won't be an obvious place you'll be pointed to. Everybody will try to sign you up for one of innumerable Douro cruises, or wine cellar trips, and if you ask in the tourist office, all you'll get is a sad head shake. But be brave and r...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:54:46
9. Apple stories
Apple stories
Green, red or yellow, whichever is your favourite, an apple is not such an innocent fruit as it would seem. Over time a fair bunch of apple folklore has accumulated in our legends and fairy tales. Here's 10 stories about apples that you may not have heard before, and even if you have (hey, you're...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:44:18
10. 10 most famous pirates in history
10 most famous pirates in history
Who is the most famous pirate in the world? I'd hazard a guess that these days most people would unhesitatingly answer: Jack Sparrow. There is only one problem - Jack Sparrow was a Hollywood invention, not a real person. Yet the piracy itself was very real and history is full of tales of formidab...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:45:16
11. Top 10 non-alcoholic drinks for the summer
Top 10 non-alcoholic drinks for the summer
Refreshment urgently required. Supplying your body with liquids is vitally important in hot weather, not to mention the comfort that a large pitcher of iced tea can bring on a sunny day. Here's the list of top 10 most invigorating and healthy drinks to help you stay cool this summer. Photo source
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:40
12. The Good Soldier Svejk
The Good Soldier Svejk
I'm not sure whether I should start writing a review before I've actually finished reading the book. Yet, halfway through, I have a funny feeling that if you've read a 100 or so pages of 'The Good Soldier Svejk', you've read it all. Don't get me wrong here, I'm not warming up to get into a rant....
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:51:20
13. April 2011 - tornado month
April 2011 - tornado month
The year 2011 was special in many ways. Let me give you an example - with a preliminary figure of 875 tornadoes recorded initially (count of confirmed tornadoes stops at 747), April 2011 broke the record for the most twister active month ever. Has anything similar happened before? Learn more abou...
Hobbies, Games & Toys - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:45:18
14. Talk to your plants!
Talk to your plants!
Your plants need some friendship too! There is no real scientific proof that talking to your plants could actually help them grow. I've gathered a handful of reasons why you should try anyway. So, if you're still wondering whether your tomato plant looks greener after that last bedtime story or ...
Home & Garden - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:44:18
15. Food holidays in July - day by day
Food holidays in July - day by day
I have to admit - I was delighted when I found out about the American Food Holidays. What a great idea! Every single day turned into a festival, with a yummy undernote? I'm in! Plus, whoever it was that established those holidays, he or she certainly didn't lack in imagination department. Instead...
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:45:16
16. Ten minute dinners
Ten minute dinners
I love cooking. I can spend hours in the kitchen, enjoying pretty much every second of the process. I can create absolute culinary masterpieces yet sometimes... I just don't feel like it. Sometimes the only thing I need is a warm meal, to be cooked within a few minutes without any fuss and any ri...
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:44:18
17. An ode to Polish sausage
An ode to Polish sausage
Funny how inspiration can strike you in the most unexpected of times. My recent Muse has paid me a visit when I was happily tucking into my dinner. My quick, cheap, delicious and nutricious dinner. I looked at my plate and suddenly I knew what my next lens is going to be about. Behold the champio...
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:45:17
18. No junk mail, please
No junk mail, please
I hate junk mail. I don't want it, I don't need it, I NEVER buy anything advertised. Yet, it still ends up in my mailbox. Junk mail levels are reaching epic proportions. Each year, millions of trees are cut down to print it and yet surveys say that 44% of junk mail is thrown away unopened. Tons ...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:44:18
19. How to survive Ryanair flight
How to survive Ryanair flight
If you're planning a flying trip around Europe, but need to stick to a tight budget, Ryanair is probably your best choice. You can find flights so cheap that getting to the airport will cost you more that your actual plane ticket. Right, how do they make their money then? For an outsider the appa...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:44:18
20. Fantasy vs Sci-Fi
Fantasy vs Sci-Fi
Fantasy or science fiction: that is the question. Here's where the giants collide. Spaceship or a faithful steed? Sword or laser gun? Elves or Martians? Lord of the Rings or Star Wars? Compare books and movies from both genres, then add your vote to the dispute. Photo source one and two
Entertainment & Media - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:54:47
21. I Love Red
I Love Red
I love red. It's the most passionate, sensual colour of all. It's full of individuality, it screams of courage and desire. It tempts, energizes, seduces. I love color red. And there are at least five reasons why. Photo source
Home & Garden - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:54:47
22. What's the use of mortar and pestle?
What's the use of mortar and pestle?
Ok, so you've bought (or are about to buy) your mortar and pestle. Sure, it looks so cool. It conjures up delicious, magical, sensual images (at least in my mind it does - am I all alone?). But what do you actually use it for??? What on Earth can you do with mortar and pestle - apart from admirin...
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:45:16
23. Ironclad The Movie
Ironclad The Movie
When I first saw the title 'Ironclad' I thought it's a 19th century war movie (if you've ever played Sid Meier's Civilization, you probably understand why). I was right about the 'war' bit, but luckily it proved to be set in a different period altogether - 13th century England (if you think 'Robi...
Entertainment & Media - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:51:17
24. Not your ordinary pesto
Not your ordinary pesto
Green and gooey things tend to be a little disgusting. Unless it's pesto, which is a yummy proof that there are exceptions to every rule. Pizza loves pesto, pasta is its best friend and the only thing not entirely happy with pesto is your wallet. Unless you're a curious soul who likes kitchen exp...
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:54:47
25. Fast Food Nation
Fast Food Nation
Do you eat fast food? Do you like it? If the answer is 'yes', once you read Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser you might change your mind. If the answer is 'no', you'll probably nod happily in agreement every second page. This book has a serious potential to put anyone off fast food for life. It...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:43
26. The Art of Constructive Criticism
The Art of Constructive Criticism
I've been an online writer for quite a few years now and have stumbled upon this question many times. While I acknowledge that nasty remarks are hurtful and often quite destructive, I am worried by the fact that the Internet starts to drown in sugar. A phrase "speak well or not at all" seems to a...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:46
27. How to say Enough?
How to say Enough?
John Naish's 2008 book provides a spot-on answer to the burning question: how to say enough? In the world of ever-more, Enough is a guide to the art of saying (what else?) ENOUGH! Enough data. Enough food. Enough work. Enough stuff. We have more than we need and chasing for one more crock of gol...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:54:47
28. How to turn your garbage into a garden
How to turn your garbage into a garden
Gardening is a blessing. It lets you eat tasty food (sensation nearly lost in the age of supermarkets). It's eco-friendly and therapeutic, it reduces your carbon footprint and is one of the most gratifying hobbies you can have. Now, imagine if you could re-use your waste and garden in the same ti...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:43
29. Travelling My Way - Achill Island
Travelling My Way - Achill Island
Do forgive me this rather poetic subtitle, but the vision of candyfloss-like clouds hovering beneath mountain peaks, seemingly touching the ground, is the most vivid mental picture I've brought back from my recent trip to Achill Island, Ireland, Co. Mayo. I have many more pictures and memories to...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:54:47
30. Apocalypse Schmapocalypse
Apocalypse Schmapocalypse
Boohoo, 2012 is upon us. Looks like we're in for a big, fat end of the world. Have you sold your house yet? Converted to whatever religion you find appropriate? The more Doomsday predictions I read, the more ridiculous they get and that's why I'd rather get a nice drink and enjoy the vivid imagin...
Education - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:45:16
31. Does solar weather influence our mood?
Does solar weather influence our mood?
If you're feeling irritable without any apparent reason, it's quite possible that you can legitimately blame the Sun. The scientists have already agreed that solar weather, apart from causing beautiful Northern Lights to appear, influences power lines and navigation systems. Is it possible that i...
Hobbies, Games & Toys - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:51:18
32. One vision of modern hell
One vision of modern hell
You thought Hell is fire, smoke and brimstone? It's probably Dante's fault. Actually, it can get much, much worse than that. Terry Pratchett describes it in detail, in his beautifully illustrated Discworld novel, Eric. Read on to find out more and remember - BE GOOD or else... Image source
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:45:17
33. Chocolat
Chocolat
Once upon a time I was in this peculiar moment of my life, when I decided to change my address to one in another country. This meant reducing all of my belongings to one suitcase, 30 kg weight, which was a maximum allowed on a cheap airline flight. There was only one book that I rated important e...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:51:18
34. The ultimate cream soup recipe
The ultimate cream soup recipe
Once upon a time I thought cream soups were posh and sophisticated, and somehow, in my mind, this equalled difficult. Let me share with you a very simple discovery I've made. It changed the soup-making part of my cookery forever. Now I know - cream soups are the easiest, quickest, cheapest and mo...
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:43
35. How not to fall for BS advertising
How not to fall for BS advertising
Once upon a time our year was divided into four astronomical seasons - spring, summer, autumn, winter. Things have changed. Today the year is divided into shopping seasons. Pretty much each month has its own holiday that you simply MUST celebrate by buying stuff. From Valentine's Day to Christmas...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:54:48
36. Hogfather the movie vs Hogfather the book
Hogfather the movie vs Hogfather the book
Attention, Pratchett fans! Hogswatch is coming and it is time to answer the ultimate question (one of the ultimate questions, anyway): Which is better: Hogfather the movie or Hogfather the book? Your opinion is badly needed. If you don't know who the Hogfather is, don't worry. You'll get to kn...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:44:18
37. Travelling My Way
Travelling My Way
This article is an introduction to a new travel writing cycle I have planned and already started creating. If you're looking for a luxury, static holiday, you probably won't find anything to your liking here - travel agency is your best bet. But if you happen to be allergic to travel agents (like...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:43
38. Books in Latin
Books in Latin
Attention, Latin scholars! I've got a treat for you. Latin texts may be enlightening and loved by many, but let's be frank - they rarely are much fun (and I should know, I have a BA in classical philology). Whatever can be said in favour of classical authors, they aren't exactly masters of popul...
Education - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:51:18
39. Authentic life for authentic happiness
Authentic life for authentic happiness
Authenticity is one of the most precious values in my life. It definitely makes it to the top three of my own private 'important' list. I have given it much thought and energy. I have spent years designing strategies on how to be more authentic and how to increase personal integrity through authe...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:43
40. Anthology of War by Mordecai Richler
Anthology of War by Mordecai Richler
The book I'm holding in my hand is not new. It's a library copy, covered in plastic for durability but still battered and falling apart (the first 20-30 pages are not attached to the spine in any way and keep sneaking out of my hand - a quick grab usually saves them from landing on the floor). I ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:51:18
41. Tiggeredology
Tiggeredology
OK, perhaps not everything. Mysterious is good. How about a few stories and a few clues to whet your appetite? I've been a lensmaster here on Squidoo since January 2011, and I've created enough lenses to decide it's high time for you to know me slightly better. Photo source
Squidoo Community - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:51:18
42. Halloween - it's time to get REALLY scared
Halloween - it's time to get REALLY scared
Halloween approaches and it's physically impossible to remain blissfully unaware of this fact. There's Halloween merchandise in all the shops (nevermind whether they sell antiques or shoelaces). There are Halloween decorations in the rest of public spaces. There are Halloween-themed advertisement...
Holidays & Celebrations - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:44:18
43. Black Swan Event - what is it?
Black Swan Event - what is it?
What do black swans and solar storms have in common? On the first thought the answer is simple - nothing, nothing at all. Or...? A solar storm can be a black swan event. So can an earthquake. A market crash. A stunning technological invention. Anything, really, but whatever shape it takes, one t...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:43
44. The absurdities of job hunt training
The absurdities of job hunt training
This article is a heavy, sometimes very sarcastic satire on joys of job hunting today. I have no intention of offending anyone, I only want to express my anger that sparks when I'm confronted with absurdities accompanying job hunt training on every step. If you are a hard core fan of corporate li...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:51:18
45. How to knit and crochet
How to knit and crochet
Recently I've switched from being a knit and crochet newbie to a real knit and crochet pro. How? All it took was one book, and a month of frequent practicing. There's only one conclusion to draw: learning how to knit and crochet is really easy! If I could do it, so can you. I share my tips and...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:54:47
46. Window sill gardening
Window sill gardening
So, you always wanted to grow your own food, but you think that to do that you need a house in the country with a big garden? Or at least a spare pile of money for pots, tools, covers etc.? Wrong. All you need is a bit of imagination. Let me tell you how I turned my window sill into a meadow with...
Home & Garden - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:45:17
47. 8 things I would do if I were a dictator
8 things I would do if I were a dictator
Don't worry too much, there's no big likelihood of me ever becoming a dictator. Even if by some freak chance I did get hold of absolute power, I would lose it instantly because of my extremely unpopular decrees. But you can't blame a girl for dreaming, right? If EU can forbid children under 8 to ...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:54:48
48. Discover the Witcher
Discover the Witcher
...or books, to be precise. You are quite likely to have heard of The Witcher game or its sequel The Witcher 2 - Assassins of Kings. But did you know that The Witcher was born as a book character? Andrzej Sapkowski wrote one of the greatest fantasy cycles of modern literature - and as he finally ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:54:48
49. 10 tips on how to write a great lens
10 tips on how to write a great lens
10 tips on what you SHOULDN'T do if you're trying to write a great lens Need some help with your online writing creative block? Here's some tips on how to get you moving with a flashing speed. Warning: serious risk of loud laughter waking up your neighbours! Photo source
Squidoo Community - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:51:18
50. The greatest solar storms in history
The greatest solar storms in history
As we go even deeper into 2013 with each passing day, solar storms are becoming a hot topic. We are becoming more aware of how dangerous for our technology or even health solar weather can be. Should we be afraid of geomagnetic storms? A quick look at the history of solar disturbances recorded on...
Education - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:50:43

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