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Street Art

The Scoop Newspaper continues to receive

Street Art submissions from all around the world! 

We have now added a new section specifically

for the enjoyment of this amazing art trend.

 

 

Pac Man!

 

We Did This To Ourselves!

 

Are YOU the Problem?

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Interesting Landscapes

This space is reserved for the strange and glorious world around us

 

Off in a field off Highway 40 outside amarillo Texas there sits a "Cadillac Farm". The site is an art exhibit created in 1974 by three artists who were part of the art group known as Ant Farm.

 

Tourists from all over the worl park on the side of a dirt highway service road and walk into a field to "tag" the antique cadillacs with their own "marks".  The paint on the vehicles, coupled with the heat in the summer air causes the cars to shed the paint approximately once every two weeks.

 

Interesting Stuff from Our Readers!

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

A 42 year-old woman in Uganda

 

Recipe of the Week!

Foods from Readers All Over the World!

 

Back in the day, the talented cook used guidance for recipe perfection. That resource was known as a recipe box. The following additions were discovered in the

"Dinner is Served" 1972 Collection

Why not try the very best of our Mothers and Grandmothers treasured recipes from yester-year on your family dinner table!

 

Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Rice Krispie Balls

              

Ingredients

 



Directions

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  1. In large electric mixer bowl, beat peanut butter, margarine and sugar on medium speed until thoroughly combined. Add KELLOGG'S RICE KRISPIES cereal, mixing thoroughly. Portion mixture, using rounded teaspoon. Shape into balls. Place each ball in paper cup. Refrigerate.
  2. Melt chocolate morsels and shortening in small saucepan, over low heat, stirring constantly. Spoon 1 teaspoon melted chocolate over each peanut butter ball. Refrigerate until firm. Store in airtight container in refrigerator.

 

 

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