Cooking

26 May 19
MyCampaignDiary

The Situation: Party has freed Asteri from petrification and journey into the sinkhole, discovering Ludwig Mendel in a state of near death, and a figure of dark energy. The party defeated the guardian and has been unable to approach the figurine. The party decided to take a long rest in the chamber as they have […]

26 May 19
Blog

Paris is the most romantic destination in the world, the capital of France and a paradise for lovers. Paris is one of the most romantic and striking cities in the world, attracting visitors with its unusual appeal. The city enjoys a wonderful sightseeing experience in the heart of Europe. It gives it an exceptional architectural…

What makes Paris so interesting – love, opera or ballet? was originally published on China

26 May 19
Lifestyle Rising

It is a gorgeous MDW in the city, and I have been doing a nice combo of leisure and housework so far. As of Sunday mid-day, my weekend breaks down like this: ~ I kicked things off with my favorite Zumba class on Saturday. ~ An almost-vegan lunch on Saturday, minus some mozzarella cheese on […]

26 May 19
Joshua Ambler Spatial 200

From the beginning this design was based around stories (whakapapa) of grandparents and many of its features reflect this. From “nanas hidden lolly drawer” to “nanas blue kitchen” this design aims to honour octogenarians. Equiped with an “octo friendly kitchen” the space enables them to pass on knowledge through cooking classes, Specifically their own family recipes. […]

26 May 19
Cooking with Zach

A blend of olive and sesame oil, hot sauce and chile sauce make this is an amazing spicy grilled shrimp recipe.

26 May 19
Munchies with Maddy

I remember the day I realized my childhood was dead. I clipped a coupon and happy-danced to the store because I was so excited about a sale on broccoli. But, it is a reality I am perfectly content residing in, because I love broccoli. I, like, loooooooove broccoli. So this week I decided to combine […]

26 May 19
Harmony Pharm - Home of Pure Cannabis

The hobby of wine tasting has grown considerably as of late. Wine is an intriguing beverage once only known to the upper classes but now enjoyed by many. If you have an interest in wines, read the tips below to get you started on your wine journey. The tips here are appropriate for wine drinkers […]

26 May 19
Ben's Blog(ish)

To my dearest friend. We have grown apart, but I still cherish the memories we shared in the spring and summer of our senior year. I hope you are well. Dear Seniors, You might not understand the things I will tell you to do. Don’t worry, but you will soon understand. You might doubt the […]

26 May 19
Ancientfoods

New discoveries made at the Klasies River Cave in South Africa’s southern Cape, where charred food remains from hearths were found, provide the first archaeological evidence that anatomically modern humans were roasting and eating plant starches, such as those from tubers and rhizomes, as early as 120,000 years ago. Source: Earliest evidence of the cooking […]

26 May 19
Just Cooking Up...

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

26 May 19
Cooking Erin

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26 May 19
SMEE EATS

Soooo…let me first start out by saying that I am not typically a baker. I’m not a huge sweets person anyway, so I rarely have to bake! BUT, I was flipping through my What’s Gabby Cooking cookbook and saw a recipe for strawberry shortcakes and I just HAD to make them. Of course, I wanted […]

26 May 19
Quaff Thine Bev'ridge

The History I’ve written an article about malt and adjuncts before. I discussed where grains and grain-like substances fit in the brewing process, as well as how certain malts were used in history. It wasn’t a terribly difficult article to write, to be honest. Mostly involved talking about barley, and shit-talking about corn and rice. […]

26 May 19
Just Cooking Some...

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

26 May 19
Please Stop Chewing

by Kim Lutz. Easy cold salad for a hot day. The only cooking required is roasting the red peppers. https://vegnews.com/2015/2/vegan-middle-eastern-chickpea-salad

26 May 19
MagickalBookshelf

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 Non-fiction: Memoir 288 pages Walking into the kitchen one day and stopping in your tracks because in the sugar bowl— because your mom loved sugar— next to the coffee maker laid a rat just luxuriating and rolling around in it or the time you had to sleep on the desert floor with no pillows […]