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Corn chowder, corn fritters, corn souffles and corn quesadillas are just a few of the many delicious dishes you can make with canned corn. While canned corn isn't as fun as corn on the cob, it does give you the same nutritional value as fresh corn, according to a 2013 study by researchers from the University of Washington. Rinse canned corn...

Corn chowder, corn fritters, corn souffles and corn quesadillas are just a few of the many delicious dishes you can make with canned corn. While canned corn isn't as fun as corn on the cob, it does give you the same nutritional value as fresh corn, according to a 2013 study by researchers from the University of Washington. Rinse canned corn...

An hilarious, brilliant offering of cat comics, facts and instructional guides from their creative wonderland at TheOatmeal.com. Includes favourites such as “Cat vs Internet”, “How to Pet a Kitty” and “The Bobcats”, plus never before seen comics, such as “6 Ways to Tell if Your Cat Thinks it’s a Mountain Lion”. A must have collection.

An hilarious, brilliant offering of cat comics, facts and instructional guides from their creative wonderland at TheOatmeal.com. Includes favourites such as “Cat vs Internet”, “How to Pet a Kitty” and “The Bobcats”, plus never before seen comics, such as “6 Ways to Tell if Your Cat Thinks it’s a Mountain Lion”. A must have collection.

'My Mother and I' provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of two women, one born in 1880, and other in the early twentieth century. Both left school at thirteen and went into domestic service. Florence was an illegitimate child, and suffered for this in many ways that society now would find appalling. The author writes her mothers' story, and compares and contrasts it with her own. A detailed but 'easy to read' book that I enjoyed very much. -Joanne

'My Mother and I' provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of two women, one born in 1880, and other in the early twentieth century. Both left school at thirteen and went into domestic service. Florence was an illegitimate child, and suffered for this in many ways that society now would find appalling. The author writes her mothers' story, and compares and contrasts it with her own. A detailed but 'easy to read' book that I enjoyed very much. -Joanne