Craig Lambert

Craig Lambert

CT / Teacher, amateur sculptor, ex-marketer.
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Your Bar Isn't Complete Without This Simple Syrup

Your Bar Isn't Complete Without This Simple Syrup

Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Catheter Ablation Success Rates

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Silicon Valley Courts Brand-Name Teachers, Raising Ethics Issues - The New York Times

Silicon Valley Courts Brand-Name Teachers, Raising Ethics Issues - The New York Times

Classroom Routines Tracking Page for Teachers by Haley OConnor

Classroom Routines Tracking Page - make sure you hit all the important routines several times at the very start of the year.

Procedures for the 1st Week of School - Fun in First

Procedures for the Week of School - Fun in First This is great! An easy checklist for students of all ages that takes into account many different facets of any classroom

The Food Lab: For the Best Baba Ganoush, Go For a Spin

The best baba ganoush recipe ever! Rich, smoky, and creamy, our recipe for baba ganoush uses the salad spinner to concentrate flavor and a slow emulsion method for the ultimate in dippable texture.

It's not what you think you know, but how you can justify your knowledge that is most important.

It's not what you think you know, but how you can justify your knowledge that is most important.

Do your tomato plants grow huge and out of control each year? Do they flop over, get taken over by disease or overwhelm parts of your garden? Do you want bigger tomatoes earlier in the season? If you answered yes to any of these questions then pruning your tomatoes should be on your garden task list this season.

Do your tomato plants grow huge and out of control each year? Do they flop over, get taken over by disease or overwhelm parts of your garden? Do you want bigger tomatoes earlier in the season? If you answered yes to any of these questions then pruning you

How to Make the Best Pesto | Serious Eats

The Best Damn Pesto! Tradition says all sorts of things are necessary to make good pesto, from (pricey) Ligurian olive oil to Pecorino Sardo—not Romano—cheese. What's the truth to all this? We put pesto dogma to the test.