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Tony Robbins' Candied Sweet Potatoes

Tony Robbins' Candied Sweet Potatoes

Candied Sweet Potatoes

1 can (29 oz) sweet potatoes
¼ cup butter, cut into pieces
½ cup brown sugar
1 ½ cups miniature marshmallows

Place drained sweet potatoes in a medium baking dish. Spread the butter pieces over the top, and sprinkle with brown sugar. Bake covered for 50 minutes at 350°F. Then add marshmallows and continue baking uncovered for approximately 10 minutes or until marshmallows are lightly browned.

Tony Robbins was born on February 29, 1960, in Glendora, California. When he was 17 years old, he left home and began working as a janitor. He did not attend college and started promoting seminars for motivational speaker and author Jim Rohn. Throughout the years, he became a #1 New York Times bestselling author with six international bestsellers. Fortune magazine’s cover article named him the “CEO Whisperer.” More than four million people have attended his live seminars. He has worked with four U.S. presidents, athletes, and entertainers for personal coaching.

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QWERTY Keyboard

QWERTY Keyboard

Did you know that manual typewriting keyboards were once arranged alphabetically? However, it was later discovered that the people typed so fast that the mechanical character keys got jammed very easily with this arrangement. To prevent this, the QWERTY keyboard layout was devised and created in the 1860s by the creator of the first modern typewriter, Christopher Sholes, a newspaper editor who lived in Milwaukee. The logic of the QWERTY layout was based on letter usage in English rather than the positioning of letters in the alphabet. It featured a design with keys randomly positioned so people typed at a speed the machine could handle.

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Saddle Stitch

  • Fancy western stitching on a saddle
  • A seat fastened to the back of a horse for riding
  • A method of binding documents that are folded with staples.

Brochures that are saddle stitched are folded and bound using staples at the spine. 


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