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29 Denim Brands You Totally Forgot Existed

12. Cross Colours

24. Z. Cavarricci

29. Jnco Jeans

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15 Recipes for Easter Sunday

Grilled Garlic and Mint Pesto Stuffed Leg of Lamb
  • The strong but smooth flavor of leg of lamb is front and center, with bits of caramelized roasted garlic embedded in each bite. The more mild mint pesto adds a touch of freshness and saltiness.

Lamb Steaks with Peas and Mint
  • By letting the steaks (or rib chops, if you'd prefer) sit in a slick of chopped thyme and olive oil for half an hour before grilling, the thyme has a chance to really soak in and lightly char once it hits the grill. The minty puréed peas transform this into a dish that's all about spring.

Fall-Apart Lamb Shanks Braised with Mustard and Mint
  • Bone-in lamb is braised in a super savory sauce until it's fall-apart tender. The whole grain mustard adds a gently sweet spice, and the fresh mint adds the surprising depth and lift of flavor.
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Useless Info - Grammys Edition . . . . .

  • Superstar Diana Ross accepted a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012-- in part, because over the course of her fifty year career-span, she had never been honored with a standard-issue Grammy. Other legends who never won a Grammy and thereby could theoretically qualify for a similar consolation prize include the Beach Boys, the Doors, the Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Holly, Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin, Bob Marley, Queen, the Who, and the Butthole Surfers. Okay, that last one is just a personal thing on our part. But still.
  • Like his fellow chrome-domed world leader Mikhail Gorbachev, Star Trek and X-Men titan Patrick Stewart won a Best Spoken Word for Children Grammy for a 1996 production of Peter and the Wolf. Other actors who have unexpectedly Grammied include Joaquin Phoenix (Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media, Walk the Line, 2006), Zach Braff (Best Compilation Producer, Garden State, 2006), and Tia Carrerre (Best Hawaiian Album in both 2009 and 2011). Elmo, the Muppet from Sesame Street, has won three Best Musical Album for Children Grammys. Various incarnations of Alvin and the Chipmunks have won five.
  • According to the Grammys, U2 is the greatest rock band of all time. At least, if you consider the band’s record 22 Grammy Awards versus their next closest contenders: the Beatles and Metallica, who have won six apiece (and at least half of the Metallica trophies were guilt jobs over the 1989 Jethro Tull thing). On the solo front, Stevie Wonder holds the record with 28 Grammys, not counting his special Lifetime Achievement Award. (Diana Ross had to win no Grammys in order to pick up on of those.) Not far behind him is a surprise: Alison Krauss is the Grammys’ most honored female solo artist, having won 23 awards.
  • Jumping onto the light-up dance floor just after the action peaked, the Grammys added a Best Disco Recording category in 1980. Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” beat out “Don’t Stop ’til You Get Enough” by Michael Jackson; “Boogie Wonderland” by Earth, Wind and Fire; “Bad Girls” by Donna Summer; and “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?” by Rod Stewart. By 1981, the category, like disco itself, was removed.
  • The first-ever Best Video Grammy in 1982 went to Mike Nesmith, formerly the guy in the wool hat from the Monkees, for his hour-long “video album” Elephant Parts. Nesmith’s production company had pioneered the home video format and played a key role in the creation of both music videos as we’ve come to know them and MTV itself as we used to know it when they played music videos. To date, Mike Nesmith remains the only Monkee to win a Grammy.
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