Tonight, I am featuring another Jimmy Fallon video with The Roots where they do a song with only instruments you find in a classroom. This time, they have Adele performing her new song called “Hello”, only on classroom instruments, enjoy!
UPDATE: This post is written by Joey Kennedy for Animal Advocates Of Alabama. Learn more at: http://www.alanimals.com
Often, we think of Halloween as a bad time for pets. Lots of people coming to the door; the danger of candy and chocolate, if our pets get to it. Wrappers and sticks in suckers. We need to be vigilant at Halloween, but Halloween is nothing compared to Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Like Halloween, we have lots of people coming to the door on Thanksgiving and Christmas, and that can upset our dogs (and to a lesser extent, our cats). The big worry on these days, however, is the food. It’s out there in abundance, and we often share with our dogs, because, well, we’re thankful we have them.
Be thankful, but don’t share. Alabama Spay/Neuter Clinic sent out a warning email this week about Thanksgiving. We reprint it here so folks will know the dangers of Thanksgiving to their companion animals. Thanks, Alabama Spay/Neuter Clinic. We’re especially thankful for you!
Pet safety tips for the Thanksgiving Holiday:
It’s that time of year again when there is always, always something to be thankful for, whether it be your family and friends joining together for a delicious feast or simply kicking back with a brew and enjoying a football game. While all of the commotion, decadence, and libations are being shared with gratitude, we would like for you to be aware of your pets’ health and safety. Below is a list of tips on how you can safely share this Thanksgiving holiday with your pets.
Veterinarians have told us that post-Thanksgiving trips to the doctor are too common. They get upset stomachs or worse: pancreatitis. Be thankful you have a great companion animal, but don’t be so thankful you do something that seems kind but that makes them sick.
UPDATE: This post is written by Carla Davis for Alabama NewsCenter. Learn more at: http://alabamanewscenter.com
On Thanksgiving, many people will be spending hours in the kitchen, preparing the biggest meal of the year. It’s often the only time that many of those family favorites – especially the turkey – are on the menu.
It’s important to keep these safety tips in mind while preparing that family feast:
For some people, leftovers are the best part of the holiday. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends these steps to help preserve leftover Thanksgiving dishes:
For more information, visit www.FoodSafety.gov. With questions about safely cooking the thanksgiving bird, call the USDA Food and Poultry Hotline at 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854).
This is YouTube Spotlight, where each week I highlight a YouTube channel that you should be following! This week, I am promoting the YouTube channel astey highways.
Astey Highways does time-lapse road videos of the road infrastructure in Italy, Switzerland, and France. The channel features plenty of road videos and plenty of autostradas, autoroutes, and autobahns. Their most popular video is a Paris video featuring La Defense.
Another popular video is the A10 Italy / A8 France around Monaco.
Another popular video is the A2 heading towards the Gotthard Tunnel.
A recent video is the A35 in Italy.
Another recent video is the recently opened A58 Tangenziale East around Milano.
If you enjoy time lapse road videos of Italy, France, and Switzerland, than astey highways is for you! Learn more and subscribe at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK3HAx-5XIRrWzpFziOQY0Q
So you want to have a cheeseburger, without cooking up the meat, but instead using flour and sugar? Well, you can thanks to the YouTube channel How To Cake It and Yolanda Gampp. Watch below to see her bake the cake with vanilla cake for the bun, chocolate for the burger patties, buttercream for the mustard and candy for the relish. And Gampp also made a side of sugar cookie fries with ketchup also made out of buttercream. Enjoy!