With the fall slowly approaching, it is brats season (well any time is brats season but you know, Octoberfest!) so I figured I would share a great recipe. Called Wisconsin soul food, beer brats are an American addition to German cuisine. By 1860, Germans were the biggest group of immigrants in Wisconsin, later to be eclipsed by Polish workers. Bratwurst became popular during the 1920s when butchers would make them fresh, to order. Always a summer cookout staple, they gradually became popular at sports arenas. That being said, brats are not just a summer food.
Computers and laptops have become a part of everyday life. We use them in our work and socially for enjoyment. Be that communicating, playing games, or keeping on top of daily life like budgets and money. This is why it’s essential to take care of these pieces of equipment. Technology advances quickly, and the cost of a computer and laptop these days has gone up considerably. For many, they are an investment. Which is why I thought it would be important to share with you some tips on how to keep your computer and laptop at it’s best.
The first date. Is there anything more exciting yet anxiety provoking? You’ve got butterflies in your stomach, a wad of cash in your pocket, and a desire to succeed. What now? We’ve shared 10 tips for mastering the first date below. Now go get ‘em!
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The New York Mets announced that the club has placed lefthanded pitcher Steven Matz on the 15-Day Disabled List, retroactive to August 15, with left shoulder tightness and recalled righthanded pitcher Robert Gsellman from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League. Matz underwent an MRI earlier today at the Hospital for Special Surgery, which revealed no structural damage to his left shoulder. Gsellman will wear #65.