Lemon Lush aka Lemon Lasagna (+VIDEO)


This luscious lemon lasagna AKA Lemon Lush consists of 4 tasty layers, including a Lemon Oreo crust, cream cheese layer, lemon pudding layer and topped with whipped cream!

My White Chocolate Lasagna was the hit recipe that started it all. Since then, I’ve made this Lemon Lasagna, and even a Pumpkin Lasagna! I’m thinking I’ll have to try even more flavors, because everyone loves these layered desserts!

Lemon Lush dessert on plate

AKA Lemon Lush

You might have heard of “Lemon Lush”, or maybe even “Lemon Delight”, and now you’re reading about “Lemon Lasagna”.

Well guess what? They’re all names for this same recipe—a luscious layered lemon lasagna (try saying that three times fast!).

It’s one of those “layered” treats (hence why we call it lemon lasagna) that has so many levels of delicious-ness. It starts off with a Lemon Oreo base, then a cream cheese layer, lemon pudding layer, and lastly a layer of

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Can Dogs Eat Cat Food? Tips for a Multi-Animal Household


Food, whether intended for humans or their pets, can appear too tempting to resist for even the most obedient pup.

And while this should not prove too much of a problem in a household with only canines, some people live in multi-animal homes.

This can lead owners to become concerned about how strictly they should curb dogs thieving food intended for cats.

Can dogs eat cat food occasionally? What’s the best way to prevent this? Newsweek asked the experts.

Should Dogs Eat Cat Food?

Dr. Jerry Klein, the American Kennel Club’s (AKC) Chief Veterinary Officer, notes dogs and cats have different dietary requirements.

He told Newsweek: “Cats need meat in their diet, while dogs need meat and vegetables to meet their nutritional needs.

“Your dog most likely won’t be harmed by eating cat food now and then, but there’s a reason dog and cat food is formulated differently.


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Chow Mein · i am a food blog


Chow mein is one of my most loved noodles.

I love all carbs but I have to admit that noodles are my ultimate fave. I’m pretty sure that I can eat noodles all day, every day for the rest of my life and be perfectly happy. Especially if the noodle dishes include chow mein.

I grew up eating chow mein: homemade for lunch or dinner; chow mein at parties; at the end of Chinese banquets; or just all the time, every time. It’s smoky, crispy, full of flavor and so, so good. I love that it’s an all-in-one meal: protein, vegetables, and carbs in one delicious dish.

What is chow mein

Chow mein literally means fried noodles. The dish consists of thin egg noodles stir-fried with aromatics, proteins, and vegetables. It’s the perfect one pan meal: it’s quick to make, and so versatile.

There are actually two kinds of chow

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Buy Junk Food, New Organs, And Clone Yourself At The Gas Station Of The Future In Flat Eye


America’s gas stations aren’t always pretty to look at. They can often be a grimey lens into people’s most basic, and at times, unflattering needs. We rely on them when we’re desperate for a bathroom, or when we need to buy junk food, cigarettes, questionable beer, and a lottery ticket to pin hopes and dreams on before filling our car with gas and speeding off like we were never there to begin with.

Developer Monkey Moon’s new game, Flat Eye, looks at the gas station of the future–a very believable, even dystopian, future.

It takes place in a world on the brink of becoming a utopia, one where machines are sufficient replacements for human labor. Think self-checkouts, self-cleaning toilets, kiosks that take your order, and machines that make your breakfast sandwich before popping it out a little window. It’s a world where you seldom have to come face-to-face with a

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