Dine

22 Apr 19
Lara Tawa

Colours explores Pekanbaru, seeking harmonious nature and cultural diversity in the fertile lands of Riau province on the island of Sumatra. Words by Fatris MF The Siak River, still and quiet without a ripple, sits on the edge of a city once known as Senapelan. For centuries trade ships carrying commodities and natural resources from the island […]

22 Apr 19

I love exploring new restaurants and cafes and embracing the incredible variety of cuisines that exist in the world.  While I truly love getting creative in the kitchen, I embrace the opportunity to explore new places and the amazing food and beverage options they have to offer.  Unfortunately, dining out or grabbing grub on-the-go is […]

22 Apr 19
SheKnows
We’ve been cooped up inside all winter, so you’d better believe that the second it’s warm enough to host a barbecue, we’re having a party out on the patio. Of course, the best part of planning any backyard bash is the decor. No, we’re not talking about lawn flamingos and tiki torches — we want chic, cute and summery decor that we can actually afford. That’s where everyone’s favorite online retailer — Amazon — comes in.  There are menus to plan and invitations to write, so instead of making a trip to the party store, we’re doing all of our summer party supply shopping on Amazon. Modern, cheap, and stylish, these affordable items will make your party pop. 1. Gold plated decanter Image: Amazon. No party is complete without a pitcher that will showcase your signature summer cocktail. We love the gold plating on this sleek number. Gold Plated Decanter, $10.99 at Amazon 2. 4-Pack solar-powered Mason jar lights Image: Amazon. You get four of these light-filled, solar-powered mason jars, so you can decorate each corner of your patio. 4-Pack Solar-powered Mason Jar Lights, $26.99 at Amazon 3. Hello summer banner Image: Amazon. Yes, you could try to DIY one, but buying a banner gives you more time to focus on really important party things, like the food! Hello Summer Banner, $11.99 at Amazon 4. Watermelon disposable plates Image: Amazon. You’ll have enough plates here to host several parties throughout the summer, and with the cute watermelon print design, no one will care that they’re eating on paper. Watermelon Disposable Plates, $15.99 at Amazon 5. Banana leaf table runner Image: Amazon Cover up your splintered old picnic table with a table runner fitting of a tropical paradise. Banana Leaf Table Runner, $5.99 at Amazon 6. Globe string lights Image: Amazon. A little light goes a long way toward transforming your space. String up these globe lights and you can can keep the party going all night long. Globe String Lights, $17.99 at Amazon 7. Rose gold plastic cups Image: Amazon. Those big red plastic cups are a surefire way to ruin the cute party vibe you were going for. These rose gold-look plastic cups will do! Rose Gold Plastic Cups, $16.99 at Amazon 8. Benson Mills floral tablecloth Image: Amazon. Dine outdoors in style with an elegantly patterned tablecloth. Benson Mills floral tablecloth, $22.99 at Amazon 9. Watermelon slice napkins Image: Amazon. If you’re serving watermelon, you’ll definitely need a stack of stylish napkins. Ginger Ray Watermelon Slice Party Paper Napkins, $5.99 at Amazon 10. Paper cocktail umbrellas Image: Amazon. Even a glass of water tastes more fabulous with a cocktail umbrella in your glass. Paper Cocktail Umbrellas, $5.99 at Amazon
22 Apr 19
Arthashastra

By Shreya Arora from Miranda House and Rhea Bisaria from St. Stephens College This article is also available at Any company or brand in the current global market knows how important it is to target homocapitalism in the global economic scenario. Queer power has been able to create a market for the gay community that […]

22 Apr 19
Bvtheblogger

” A professional artist was once an amateur and a picture is worth a poem full of words “. Well those are the words the phenomenal Pie_alpha lives by, also known as the Creme de la creme of art in the heart of Nairobi city. To be succinct with you guys, actually Pie_alpha is just […]

22 Apr 19
Job Search Engine And Aggregation

Udvikler til VBA-team i Nykredit Er du strk inden for VBA-programmering, trives du i en rolle med tt forretningskontakt og direkte mulighed for at optimere dine kollegers hverdag? VBA-udvikling og forvaltning af procesvrktjer Vi sger en VBA-udvikler til et udfordrende job i et spndende og dynamisk milj med alsidige opgaver og stort personligt ansvar inden […]

22 Apr 19
Russia News Now

Immigration What Happens If Trump Breaks All the Laws? Human Rights Zionism Violates the Principles at the Heart of Judaism Economy & Labor Pete Buttigieg Trivializes the Impact of Trade on US Job Losses Politics & Elections Mueller Report Exposes Campaign Finance Problems Far Beyond Russia War & Peace Pushing New Oil Sanctions, Mike Pompeo […]

22 Apr 19
Inside Our Suitcase

This Magic Kingdom one day itinerary is designed to help everyone maximise their trip to the primary park at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. It’s suitable for all ages, and in fact is the exact itinerary we used when we travelled to the Magic Kingdom for one day as a party of 12 (a […]

22 Apr 19
All Movie Fans

Shahid and Mira are currently spending quality time in Europe Shahid Kapoor, who is currently garnering praise for his all intense rugged look in ‘Kabir Singh’, was recently seen spending quality time with his wife Mira Rajput and others in Europe. //pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); View this post on Instagram Soak it in […]

22 Apr 19

You are the chosen one!  Don’t you like the sound of that.  I would like for someone to tell me I was chosen.  You were chosen for a great adventure where you need to fight evil dragons, to overcome hardships and save the world from certain doom!  It is called life and God sent you […]

22 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
FINDING somewhere unique to dine isn’t difficult with many restaurants and cafes embracing gimmicks and funny locations. Aviation fans can find the best place to eat thanks to a number of planes converted into eateries around the world. Steaks, curries and even McDonald’s can be found in an aircraft From a McDonald’s in New Zealand to a steak joint in Manchester, avid travellers can attempt to tick them all off. McDonald’s, New Zealand The Mcdonald’s plane restaurant first opened in 2014 Found in New Zealand, 20 guests can enjoy their food in the cabin The aircraft was decommissioned over 30 years ago Found in the town of Taupo in New Zealand is a decommissioned DC-3 plane, now used as a McDonald’s. With enough room for 20 people, the iconic red and silver designs were incorporated in 2014, 24 years after the plane was left unused. Owner Eileen Byrne told the Daily Mail: “When McDonald’s purchased the site in 1990, the airplane came with it.” Guests can access the plane by flight stairs at the back with the chance to enter the cockpits for photographs. Steaks on a Plane, UK Steaks on a Plane diner in Bolton serves fast food to guests who ‘check-in’ to the flight Burgers and steaks are served in the refurbished Boeing 737 The diner first opened in 2015 Fast food fans can dine in a Boeing 737, formerly a Russian jet if heading to Bolton for the evening to the Steaks on a Plane restaurant. The late night diner serves large potions of shredded steaks, burgers and snacks while guests can take in the refurbished interior cabin. Kids will love the chance to pretend to be a pilot in the cockpit as well, with a pilot cap available for pictures. When it came to the name of the diner, owner Zahid Kadva explained to MEN: “The pun came later – the pun came after the plane. “I haven’t seen the movie (the name is a pun on cult movie Snakes on a Plane), but my wife has, and she told me the name.” El Avion, Costa Rica El Avion stands for, quite simply, the plane Drinks can be enjoyed in the bar before a meal of local seafood The plane was left to crumble until 2000 El Avion, which stands for The Plane, is found in Costa Rica. Found in a C-123 Fairchild cargo plane, the two level bar and restaurant has meals and cocktails to enjoy overlooking the Pacific Oceanicratf. Fried calamari, coconut shrimp and seafood curry are just some of the favourite dishes on the menu, drawing from the local seafood. The history behind the plane is also just as fascinating. As part of a pair of cargo planes, one of them was shot down in 1986 during an arms deal scandal, being left to rot until 2000. Runway 1, India Runway 1 has curries, pizza and pasta on the menu in this aircraft in India Passengers can sit on the wing of the plane while eating Guests are given boarding passes (instead of cover charges) Created by father and son Kuldeep Kakkar and Kshitij Kakkar in 2017, Runway 1 is the only plane to allow finding on the wing of the plane itself. For guests who want some shelter, the restaurant issues ‘boarding passes’ – also known as the cover charge – before being served local Indian curries along pizza and pasta options. The Airbus A320 was originally an Air India flight before becoming a restaurant. Tourists who want to try it for themselves should head to Haryana, and make sure to book ahead. Kshitij Kakkar told the Indian Express: “My wife Shruti, who was an air hostess with Jet Airways, and I came up with the idea. “It took us almost a year to set this up as the aircraft came disassembled from Delhi.” Plane in the City, Malaysia Plane in the Sky guests will be given the finest dining on a plane Meal packages from economy to first class can be booked, costing up to £186 per person Pictures on the wing and the cockpit are encouraged Perhaps the most luxurious dining option on a flight, Plane in the City offers a 90 minute package to make the most of the cabin experience. Two people can book a table ranging from economy to first class, with five star food and drink served such as pan seared scallop and crab cakes and chocolate ginger cream brulee. The package will also include the chance to walk in the wings of the plane and head into the cockpit of the Boeing 737. With the most premium package costing 999 Malaysian Ringgit (£186) is is fine dining for sure. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in travel” posts_category=”33″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In 2016, a curry restaurant in a Boeing 737 was opened by Curry house boss Showkoth Choudhoury. He was inspired to open the plane after serving a banquet for UN troops in Africa which he flew from 4,000 miles away. Eating on a plane isn’t always met with excitement – a British Airways passenger was recently left underwhelmed by a very measly chicken sandwich during a seven hour flight.
22 Apr 19
Zay Zay. Com

New PSA Featuring Marvel Studios’ Heroes and Cancer Survivors to Launch April 2019 Donate Now: StandUpToCancer.org/Mastercard Los Angeles, Calif. – April 18, 2019— Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C), Mastercard and Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame announced today that they are teaming up to take down one of the biggest villains of all, cancer, with an impactful new Public Service […]

22 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
FINDING somewhere unique to dine isn’t difficult with many restaurants and cafes embracing gimmicks and funny locations. Aviation fans can find the best place to eat thanks to a number of planes converted into eateries around the world. Steaks, curries and even McDonald’s can be found in an aircraft From a McDonald’s in New Zealand to a steak joint in Manchester, avid travellers can attempt to tick them all off. McDonald’s, New Zealand The Mcdonald’s plane restaurant first opened in 2014 Found in New Zealand, 20 guests can enjoy their food in the cabin The aircraft was decommissioned over 30 years ago Found in the town of Taupo in New Zealand is a decommissioned DC-3 plane, now used as a McDonald’s. With enough room for 20 people, the iconic red and silver designs were incorporated in 2014, 24 years after the plane was left unused. Owner Eileen Byrne told the Daily Mail: “When McDonald’s purchased the site in 1990, the airplane came with it.” Guests can access the plane by flight stairs at the back with the chance to enter the cockpits for photographs. Steaks on a Plane, UK Steaks on a Plane diner in Bolton serves fast food to guests who ‘check-in’ to the flight Burgers and steaks are served in the refurbished Boeing 737 The diner first opened in 2015 Fast food fans can dine in a Boeing 737, formerly a Russian jet if heading to Bolton for the evening to the Steaks on a Plane restaurant. The late night diner serves large potions of shredded steaks, burgers and snacks while guests can take in the refurbished interior cabin. Kids will love the chance to pretend to be a pilot in the cockpit as well, with a pilot cap available for pictures. When it came to the name of the diner, owner Zahid Kadva explained to MEN: “The pun came later – the pun came after the plane. “I haven’t seen the movie (the name is a pun on cult movie Snakes on a Plane), but my wife has, and she told me the name.” El Avion, Costa Rica El Avion stands for, quite simply, the plane Drinks can be enjoyed in the bar before a meal of local seafood The plane was left to crumble until 2000 El Avion, which stands for The Plane, is found in Costa Rica. Found in a C-123 Fairchild cargo plane, the two level bar and restaurant has meals and cocktails to enjoy overlooking the Pacific Oceanicratf. Fried calamari, coconut shrimp and seafood curry are just some of the favourite dishes on the menu, drawing from the local seafood. The history behind the plane is also just as fascinating. As part of a pair of cargo planes, one of them was shot down in 1986 during an arms deal scandal, being left to rot until 2000. Runway 1, India Runway 1 has curries, pizza and pasta on the menu in this aircraft in India Passengers can sit on the wing of the plane while eating Guests are given boarding passes (instead of cover charges) Created by father and son Kuldeep Kakkar and Kshitij Kakkar in 2017, Runway 1 is the only plane to allow finding on the wing of the plane itself. For guests who want some shelter, the restaurant issues ‘boarding passes’ – also known as the cover charge – before being served local Indian curries along pizza and pasta options. The Airbus A320 was originally an Air India flight before becoming a restaurant. Tourists who want to try it for themselves should head to Haryana, and make sure to book ahead. Kshitij Kakkar told the Indian Express: “My wife Shruti, who was an air hostess with Jet Airways, and I came up with the idea. “It took us almost a year to set this up as the aircraft came disassembled from Delhi.” Plane in the City, Malaysia Plane in the Sky guests will be given the finest dining on a plane Meal packages from economy to first class can be booked, costing up to £186 per person Pictures on the wing and the cockpit are encouraged Perhaps the most luxurious dining option on a flight, Plane in the City offers a 90 minute package to make the most of the cabin experience. Two people can book a table ranging from economy to first class, with five star food and drink served such as pan seared scallop and crab cakes and chocolate ginger cream brulee. The package will also include the chance to walk in the wings of the plane and head into the cockpit of the Boeing 737. With the most premium package costing 999 Malaysian Ringgit (£186) is is fine dining for sure. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in travel” posts_category=”22″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In 2016, a curry restaurant in a Boeing 737 was opened by Curry house boss Showkoth Choudhoury. He was inspired to open the plane after serving a banquet for UN troops in Africa which he flew from 4,000 miles away. Eating on a plane isn’t always met with excitement – a British Airways passenger was recently left underwhelmed by a very measly chicken sandwich during a seven hour flight.
22 Apr 19
The Sun
FINDING somewhere unique to dine isn’t difficult with many restaurants and cafes embracing gimmicks and funny locations. Aviation fans can find the best place to eat thanks to a number of planes converted into eateries around the world. Steaks, curries and even McDonald’s can be found in an aircraft From a McDonald’s in New Zealand to a steak joint in Manchester, avid travellers can attempt to tick them all off. McDonald’s, New Zealand The Mcdonald’s plane restaurant first opened in 2014 Found in New Zealand, 20 guests can enjoy their food in the cabin The aircraft was decommissioned over 30 years ago Found in the town of Taupo in New Zealand is a decommissioned DC-3 plane, now used as a McDonald’s. With enough room for 20 people, the iconic red and silver designs were incorporated in 2014, 24 years after the plane was left unused. Owner Eileen Byrne told the Daily Mail: “When McDonald’s purchased the site in 1990, the airplane came with it.” Guests can access the plane by flight stairs at the back with the chance to enter the cockpits for photographs. Steaks on a Plane, UK Steaks on a Plane diner in Bolton serves fast food to guests who ‘check-in’ to the flight Burgers and steaks are served in the refurbished Boeing 737 The diner first opened in 2015 Fast food fans can dine in a Boeing 737, formerly a Russian jet if heading to Bolton for the evening to the Steaks on a Plane restaurant. The late night diner serves large potions of shredded steaks, burgers and snacks while guests can take in the refurbished interior cabin. Kids will love the chance to pretend to be a pilot in the cockpit as well, with a pilot cap available for pictures. When it came to the name of the diner, owner Zahid Kadva explained to MEN: “The pun came later – the pun came after the plane. “I haven’t seen the movie (the name is a pun on cult movie Snakes on a Plane), but my wife has, and she told me the name.” El Avion, Costa Rica El Avion stands for, quite simply, the plane Drinks can be enjoyed in the bar before a meal of local seafood The plane was left to crumble until 2000 El Avion, which stands for The Plane, is found in Costa Rica. Found in a C-123 Fairchild cargo plane, the two level bar and restaurant has meals and cocktails to enjoy overlooking the Pacific Oceanicratf. Fried calamari, coconut shrimp and seafood curry are just some of the favourite dishes on the menu, drawing from the local seafood. The history behind the plane is also just as fascinating. As part of a pair of cargo planes, one of them was shot down in 1986 during an arms deal scandal, being left to rot until 2000. Runway 1, India Runway 1 has curries, pizza and pasta on the menu in this aircraft in India Passengers can sit on the wing of the plane while eating Guests are given boarding passes (instead of cover charges) Created by father and son Kuldeep Kakkar and Kshitij Kakkar in 2017, Runway 1 is the only plane to allow finding on the wing of the plane itself. For guests who want some shelter, the restaurant issues ‘boarding passes’ – also known as the cover charge – before being served local Indian curries along pizza and pasta options. The Airbus A320 was originally an Air India flight before becoming a restaurant. Tourists who want to try it for themselves should head to Haryana, and make sure to book ahead. Kshitij Kakkar told the Indian Express: “My wife Shruti, who was an air hostess with Jet Airways, and I came up with the idea. “It took us almost a year to set this up as the aircraft came disassembled from Delhi.” Plane in the City, Malaysia Plane in the Sky guests will be given the finest dining on a plane Meal packages from economy to first class can be booked, costing up to £186 per person Pictures on the wing and the cockpit are encouraged Perhaps the most luxurious dining option on a flight, Plane in the City offers a 90 minute package to make the most of the cabin experience. Two people can book a table ranging from economy to first class, with five star food and drink served such as pan seared scallop and crab cakes and chocolate ginger cream brulee. The package will also include the chance to walk in the wings of the plane and head into the cockpit of the Boeing 737. With the most premium package costing 999 Malaysian Ringgit (£186) is is fine dining for sure. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in travel” posts_category=”324″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In 2016, a curry restaurant in a Boeing 737 was opened by Curry house boss Showkoth Choudhoury. He was inspired to open the plane after serving a banquet for UN troops in Africa which he flew from 4,000 miles away. Eating on a plane isn’t always met with excitement – a British Airways passenger was recently left underwhelmed by a very measly chicken sandwich during a seven hour flight.