45 Most Popular Crock Pot Recipes from Well Known Food Bloggers

Crock Pot Reuben Sliders | Image: A Southern Soul

Those of you who have a crock pot know that it can be a great help when the person preparing dinner is strapped for time. One can place everything in a crockpot in the morning, leave the house and return home in the evening and have dinner ready to eat. 

Food blogger The Country Cook took her most popular crock pot recipes and also gathered the most popular recipes from some of her fellow food bloggers and assembled them into one delicious post. There are a lot of traditional comfort foods as well as a few more adventurous combinations.  


Crock Pot Caramel Sweet Rolls | Image: The Better Baker 

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10 Cool Upcycled Etsy Finds In Time For Earth Day

Earth Day is next Wednesday and to celebrate, Homes and Hues rounded up some of the coolest upcycled and recycled pieces available on Etsy. From lighting to vases and from benches to sinks, all of these items are earth-friendly in that they take advantage of materials that may otherwise have been headed for the scrapyard.

Because the items are all made from old materials, you could even buy based on your interests whether that's skiing, skateboarding, reading, biking or enjoying a nice glass of wine.

So don't miss the full list at Homes and Hues: 10 Recycled and Upcycled Etsy Finds Perfect for Earth Day


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Lucca's Robo Repair - Keeping Robots Running Smoothly Since 2300 AD


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Is your R-series Prometheus Robo on the fritz? Need someone to gently coax that mechanical heap back to life so you and your robot pal can save the planet? Then you need to pay a visit to Lucca's Robo Repair, where mechanical beings are given a new lease on life and a shiny new set of spark plugs to boot! Lucca has been repairing Robo units since she was a little girl, and she'll be busy keeping our mechanical teammates up and running until the end of time. So remember- if someone pulled a trigger on your robot and you're low on gold visit Lucca's Robo Repair, and tell her Crono sent ya!

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Keep Calm and Carry On

The following is an article from the book Uncle John’s Perpetually Pleasing Bathroom Reader.

Keep Calm and Carry On. And while you’re doing so, have a look at the story behind those ubiquitous “Keep Calm and Carry On” posters.

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In September 1939, Germany invaded Poland, and the U.K. declared war on Germany, marking the beginning of World War II. The war would not be confined to battlefields. In 1940, Nazi planes brought the war across the English Channel, raining bombs on major British cities, a strategic campaign known as “the Blitz.” The population was terrified, and beyond air-raid warnings and instructing people to hide out in basements, there wasn’t a lot that the government could do to protect them from falling bombs. Amid the terror of the Blitz, the government’s Ministry of Information was given the task of coming up with a public-relations campaign to boost the morale of a people under siege.

But it didn’t happen overnight. As early as 1936, the government began developing posters adorned with morale-boosting slogans. They wanted to be ready to plaster major English cities with those posters within 24 hours of a declaration of war with Germany… if war did come.

They were ready. Just hours after the declaration of war on September 3, 1939, two posters began appearing on walls and street lamps around London, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds, and other potential targets. They came in two designs: “Freedom Is in Peril. Defend It with All Your Might” and “Your Courage, Your Cheerfulness, Your Resolution Will Bring Us Victory.”

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Teacher Asks Students What They Wish She Knew About Them

When third grade teacher Kyle Schwartz asked her students what they wished she knew about them, she started a huge wave of response. Schwartz teaches in a low-income, Denver, Colorado school district in which many households are operating below the poverty line. Encouraged to honestly share their experiences, anonymously if desired, some students gave somber answers.



Schwartz found that many students wanted their name on their replies and didn't mind sharing them. She posted a number of the students’ notes on Twitter last month, which quickly caught on worldwide under the hashtag #IWishMyTeacherKnew. The project has become a movement for community fundraising as well. The teacher's empathy and effort to prompt honest communication without stigma or shame has touched more people than she ever could have imagined. 

-Via Daily Dot | Images: Kyle Schwartz/@kylemschwartz on Twitter

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Tortoise in a Dress Walking through Tokyo

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All pets need exercise, so it's prudent that this man takes his African spurred tortoise out on walks through the streets of Tokyo. There's little concrete information about the pair, but Rocket News 24 informs us that they've been spotted and photographed through the Tsukishima and Ginza neighborhoods. The tortoise sometimes wears a cute dress, but is always, sadly, off-leash.

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The Recursive Model Villages of Bourton-on-the-Water

The village of Bourton-on-the-Water in Gloucestershire, UK, is so picturesque that Mr. C. A. Morris, who ran a local inn, thought it would make a nice village of dollhouses. So he built a one-ninth scale exact replica of the village for the many tourists that visit.   

Built in the 1930s and opened in 1937, the replica accurately reflects the village as it appeared in 1936 and was constructed using authentic materials - locally-quarried limestone for walls, and miniature Cotswold stone slates for roof coverings. The replica model was built to the last detail including traceried windows of the churches, the dry-stone boundary walls and the vernacular details of the buildings. For trees the craftsmen used miniature bonsai type trees which are carefully pruned to keep them to scale.

That’s nice, but in order to be an exact replica, the small village also had to have its own one-ninth scale replica near the inn. And that replica had to have its own replica, even smaller. You can see where this is going, but the recursion stops after level four (or five, if you count the full-size village people live in). A one-ninth scale village smaller than that might require a microscope to see. Amusing Planet has the story of the replicas and pictures of all the levels. -via the Presurfer

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Here's What a Knuckle Being Cracked Looks Like on an MRI


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Recently, Canadian researchers decided to find out once and for all what causes the sound when people crack their knuckles. In a study called Real-Time Visualization of Joint Cavitation, they aimed to challenge the long-held assumption of many that sounds emitted during knuckle cracking were from the collapse of a bubble formed in synovial fluid when the bones of the joint separated. Yet from the result of the MRI the scientists were able to determine that "the mechanism of joint cracking is related to cavity formation rather than bubble collapse." There you have it. Another medical mystery put to rest. (I can sense your relief from here.) -Via Wired


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Man Invents Shoe That Grows 5 Sizes to Help Millions of Poor Children

If you're a parent, you're familiar with this challenge: children outgrow shoes very quickly. That can become a serious problem for whole communities that are too poor to afford to replace children's shoes often. That's why Kenton Lee invented The Shoe That Grows.

It's a sandal that comes with snaps in the front, back, and sides. It can expand to 5 shoe sizes. The shoes comes in small and large varieties, so two pairs of shoes can meet a child's footwear needs from the ages of 5 to 15.

Because International, the charity which distributes these shoes, has a motto: practical compassion. It appears that they've found a way to exercise precisely that.

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40 Gs, Because Someone Had to Do It

Col. John Paul Stapp was an Air Force Surgeon who underwent trials to see how much a human pilot could take. He volunteered for a series of tests at Edwards Air Force Base on rocket sleds. Stapp broke speed record after speed record.

His last run on the sled was on December 10, 1954. Increasing the rocket power behind him, he accelerated to 1,017 kph (632 mph) in five seconds, then came to a complete stop in less than two seconds. That meant more than 40 Gs, and that he momentarily weighed 3,084 kg (6,800 lbs). Emergency workers were standing by to rush him to hospital; all the blood vessels in his eyes had burst, leaving him blind – he would recover his sight later, but he’d also have two black eyes due to the forward motion of his eyes inside his head. He’d cracked a few ribs and broken both wrists, but he survived.

Incidentally, Stapp’s ride also gave us what we now know as Murphy’s Law.

His story is just one of a dozen in the post Past Lives: Remembering 12 of History’s Greatest Test Pilots & Early Aviation Pioneers at Urban Ghosts. Read about people who set aviation records and those who tested flying machines from before the Wright Brothers up to NASA experiments.  


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George Takei Talks about Meeting Gene Roddenberry for the First Time


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George Takei played Lt. Hikaru Sulu on the original Star Trek television series. He recently sat down with Neil deGrasse Tyson, a celebrity physicist and host of the Star Talk radio show. In their conversation, Takei described his audition for Star Trek and meeting Gene Roddenberry, the creator of the show, for the first time. He shares a funny story about how he responded when Roddenberry mispronounced his name.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Promo Art Leaked

Masked villain Kylo Ren | Image: Tim Veekhoven (@Sompeetalay) on Twitter

Today is the first day of Star Wars Celebration, and already we've seen windfall. Just prior to the official Star Wars: The Force Awakens  teaser trailer two being released, Star Wars Insider's Tim Veekhoven shared three promotional images from the film via his Twitter account, some of which can be glimpsed briefly in the trailer. Veekhoven spotted the images on the Facebook group page Saga Skywalker Valencia and linked to two more images that he found on 4chan.

Also leaked prior to the trailer release was fan community Star Wars Underworld's photo of the new Stormtrooper design, presumably taken from materials at Celebration, which the group posted to Instagram. These are likely just a few items of interest regarding Star Wars: The Force Awakens as the Celebration continues. -Via Esquire


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Soldiers Sing "Barbie Girl" While Marching


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The 1997 hit song "Barbie Girl" by Aqua imagined life inside the Barbie universe, complete with plastic houses and endless parties. That's pretty much life in the Russian Army, as these troops testify. They march to the steady cadence of the old pop song, singing:

I'm a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world
Life in plastic, it's fantastic.
You can brush my hair, undress me everywhere.
Imagination, life is your creation.
Come on Barbie, let's go party!

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Smash Victor - Gotta Crush 'Em All!


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For every round of smash battling there must be a victor, but who woulda thought that little yellow furball Pikachu would be the one to come out on top?! It's impossible to tell from this pictorial portrayal of the battle's end but Mega Man actually did all the work, defeating every other opponent while completely disregarding that electric poke-rat. Unfortunately, Mega's metal armor made him an easy target for the pocket monster's Thunder Shock attack, and the whole thing ended with a flash and a cry of "Pika Pika"!

Become the champion of geeky style with this Smash Victor t-shirt by Dooomcat, and watch your fellow Smash Bros fans light up when they see you wearing this sweet shirt!

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Blocked Toilet Leads to New History Museum

Luciano Faggiano kept battling a toilet that clogged up regularly at his restaurant in Lecce, Italy. In 2000, he’d finally had enough and enlisted his sons to dig up his plumbing system and fix it once and for all. A job that was estimated to take a week is still going on, as Faggiano and his family discovered a lot more than he bargained for.  

Mr. Faggiano planned to run the trattoria on the ground floor and live upstairs with his wife and youngest son. Before they started digging, Mr. Faggiano’s oldest son, Marco, was studying film in Rome. His second son, Andrea, had left home to attend college. The building was seemingly modernized, with clean white walls and a new heating system.

“I said, ‘Come, I need your help, and it will only be a week,’ ” Mr. Faggiano recalled.

But one week quickly passed, as father and sons discovered a false floor that led down to another floor of medieval stone, which led to a tomb of the Messapians, who lived in the region centuries before the birth of Jesus. Soon, the family discovered a chamber used to store grain by the ancient Romans, and the basement of a Franciscan convent where nuns had once prepared the bodies of the dead.

One thing led to another, and the Faggiano family now runs a museum instead of a trattoria on the spot. The story at the New York Times tells of how Mr. Faggiano hid the project from his wife, dealt with run-ins with the local government, and finally found the broken sewage pipe he was looking for. -via Boing Boing

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George Lucas Tells Little Boy That He Can Get Married and Still Become a Jedi

Although the rule has not always been enforced, in general, Jedi aren't supposed to be married. They're supposed to live celibate lives of contemplation and service. This came as dismal news to 7-year old Colin Gilpatric. He wants to become a Jedi, but he'd also like to get married and have kids.

So Colin wrote to George Lucas and asked him to alter the Star Wars universe so that Jedi can get married. Lucas responded:

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BB-8 at Star Wars Celebration

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When we saw the first trailer for Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens, everyone was amazed by the new droid design. We all assumed it was some sort of CGI, but today, he appeared in the flesh, so to speak. Real people got a close-up look at the droid named BB-8 at Star Wars Celebration going on this week in Anaheim, as he was unveiled during a panel discussion with JJ Abrams and Kathleen Kennedy. R2D2 was there, too, and had a few words to say to the newer droid.


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Robot Hand Design Based on a Chameleon's Tongue

Robotic hands need to be able to securely grasp and move objects with different shapes without breaking them. Festo, a German automation and controls company, has developed a new type of device to do so. The FlexShapeGripper has a silicone cap on the tip that can be sucked in or released. It's inspired by the amazing natural grappling capacity of a chameleon's tongue.


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This video shows the FlexShapeGripper in action, picking up objects of different sizes and shapes, including glasses, car keys, and ball bearings. Festo envisions it as useful for industrial robots that can be used for different tasks without requiring complex mechanical alterations.

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What a Spring Haircut Can Do

One of your spring chores is to get all that winter coat off your dog’s face and body so he can stay cool in the summer and not shed so much hair everywhere. The bonus is that you can finally see what he looks like underneath! The Dodo collected before-and-after pictures of 15 dogs that were transformed by one spring grooming session. It’s good to see your puppy again after that long cold winter.  -via Metafilter

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Japanese Cell Phone Holder Most Likely an April Fool's Joke, Needs to be Real



According to one source, the Google translate information on the Japanese associated with this video says that it's an April Fool's joke. How one tells the difference between an April Fool's joke and an actual ad in Japan is a mystery I won't delve into here. But why, oh why can't this be real? Talk about a great gift for people whose phone is attached to their hand like the gun to James Woods in Videodrome! Let the manufacturing process begin! 

Via Laughing Squid | Images: Screenshots via Animax

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Star Trek/Gilligan's Island Cosplay

Jenn of Epbot attended MegaCon this past weekend in Orlando. There, she spotted these great cosplayers who mixed two gems from the 60s: Star Trek and Gilligan's Island. The three hour tour has turned into a five year mission for the Skipper, Gilligan, and Ginger. They've equipped themselves appropriately with the boat's radio as a tricorder, a clamshell communicator, and bamboo phasers. You can see more of Jenn's cosplay photos here.


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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Official Teaser Trailer #2


Here it is, folks, teaser trailer two for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Fantastic, right? The occasion of Star Wars Celebration is the gift that promises to keep on giving for as long as the force is with it. -Via Uproxx


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Senator's Frozen Ringtone Goes Off During Committee Hearing

Today, US Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas was attending a meeting of the Senate Finance Committee. The committee was addressing a weighty issue of trade policy, but Sen. Roberts just wanted to "Let It Go."

His phone rang. The ringtone revealed his love for the Disney movie Frozen. But the Senator's spokeswoman insists that he selected it for his grandchildren.

Uh huh.

-via Jonah Goldberg


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This Is a Wheelchair-Accessible Snowmobile

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Bruce Thomson is an industrial design professor at Humber College in Toronto. He assigned his senior students to design a distinctively Canadian car. Dimitri Timtchenko responded with not a poutine-fueled truck, but a snowmobile. In Canada’s far north, people of the First Nations often depend on snowmobiles for daily transportation. Those who are confined to wheelchairs are largely out of luck. So Timtchenko designed a snowmobile that is wheelchair-accessible. Jalopnik quotes him:

"I just started brainstorming about how recreational vehicles could be useful in some way, and it trickled down to the fact in the Arctic regions, the Inuit there just can't function if they're in a wheelchair."

"What usually happens is you're sent down to a warmer village—you just can't live up there. So I wanted to design a vehicle to allow these people to function within these villages."


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Bay Former 6 - Big Heroes In Disguise


Bay Former 6 by Ninjaink

Bay was getting tired of his model 6 battle armor, and Hiro was looking for a suit with more flash and upgraded firepower, so they went to work and came up with a pair of slick suits that were more than meets the eye. Hiro called Bay's new transformer suit Optimus Max, but then he made the mistake of letting Bay choose his costume's name, leaving him stuck with the less than heroic name Bumblebee...

Bring home two times the animated fun with this Bay Former 6 t-shirt by Ninjaink, it'll totally transform you into a big hero among your fellow fans!

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World Record Largest Stick Bomb

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The Tulln Domino Team of Austria set a popsicle stick bomb that included 30,849 sticks. It took very little time for all those to go off! But they set a new world record with it -in fact, they more than doubled the number of sticks used in the previous record. The set up here took 21 people 12 hours to do, which presumably included the domino fall that starts things off to get their sponsirs in. I have to wonder how many times they had to start over. -via The Kid Should See This


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The Psychedelic Madness of Louis Wain's Cats

Louis Wain was an artist born in 1860s Victorian England who was as intensely gifted as he was mentally disturbed. His fanciful work is examined and featured on the internet from time to time (including on Neatorama in 2006) because his pieces, particularly his cats, are popular and his name is sometimes mentioned when correlation is drawn between artistry and madness. 


Wain lived a hard life fraught with extended stays in the dismal insane asylums of the time, though notable people such as H.G. Wells and Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald interceded on his behalf in order to get him placed in better facilities. Yet no one could help his desultory mental states that included periods of psychosis.

Wain once said in explanation of his process:

"I take a sketch-book to a restaurant, or other public place, and draw the people in their different positions as cats, getting as near to their human characteristics as possible. This gives me doubly nature, and these studies I think my best humorous work."

Read more about Wain and see the gamut of his artwork, from the whimsical to the bizarre, at Dangerous Minds.

Images: Louis Wain 
 


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20 Facts About Abraham Lincoln (And His Family)

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John Green is back as host of the mental_floss List Show, but the setting is different. He’s at the Indiana State Museum at the Lincoln exhibition to talk about Abraham Lincoln. Along with trivia about the president, his wife, and sons, we also get to see actual artifacts that go along with those facts. -via mental_floss


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Brilliant Business Idea: Airport Dungeons & Dragons Stand


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Jim Zub is a comic book artist and writer in Toronto. He's got a great idea for a business:

This is great! It's easy to get trapped in an airport for a few hours longer than you anticipated. You could read a book on your mobile device. But if you're bored of that, then you can go to a Dungeons & Dragons stand. A professional Dungeon Master (this is a career that exists) would have pre-generated characters and quick, one-shot adventures ready.

It's the perfect way to kill time. It's fun, interactive, and interpersonal. I suspect that during peak hours, a large airport would have plenty of bored gamers looking for a role-playing game and willing to pay for it.


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Vincent Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night”

Knowing a Van Gogh painting when you see it is one thing, but understanding it is quite another.

In order to truly see and appreciate a van Gogh piece such as “The Starry Night,” you have to be able to look at it with a fresh eye (not an easy task for something you’ve probably seen seen 100 times before). Can you forget about the famous artist behind it and the stories you’ve heard about his life? Can you forget that you’re looking at a work of art that’s valued at well over $10 million? Can you forget that you’re viewing  one of the most famous paintings in the world?

Take all that away, and “The Starry Night” is a simple, small oil painting, 29 in. by 36 in. It portrays a landscape consisting of a village tucked in among some hills, a night sky with stars and an exaggerated crescent moon, and a tall tree. There is no activity, no people, and no animals. Described like this, you would hardly think the picture was worth a second look. So what makes it so special?

In a nutshell, the most extraordinary feature of “The Starry Night” is not what was painted, but how it was painted. Van Gogh has divided the picture so that all the activity and interest is focused in the upper two-thirds of the piece. There, in the night sky, the paint is so thick that it sits like a crust on the canvas, manipulated into strange and unnatural shapes. If you let your imagination go, you can begin to imagine all sorts of possibilities and explanations in those swirls. This is a painting meant to conjure images and emotions in the viewer, not the artist’s definite representative of them.  

THE MASTER BEHIND THE MASTERPIECE

Vincent Willem van Gogh (1853-1890) was originally from Holland, but spent much of his young adult life traveling around Europe, jumping from one unsuccessful career path to the next. It was not until he was 27 years old that he decided to become a painter. He studied art at various academies for nearly a decade and although he was incredibly prolific, he only sold one painting during his lifetime.

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