2-Minute Chocolate Chip Cookie For One This is one of those ‘I-need-a-cookie-right-now-or-I-die’ recipes that can be prepared in almost no time.We all know that kind of situation, don’t we? I definitely do, I confess.And you know what? This impressive cookie not only takes less than 5 minutes to prepare, it tastes really delicious. Just like a good chocolate chip cookie.The preparation is beyond easy… just have a look… First you need this stuff. 1. 2. 3. 4. Save a few for the top, if you wish to.5. Ta-dah! 6. How to Use the Internet to Get (and Stay) in Shape Best Bloody Marys SF Brunch According to scientists (probably), there're three things guaranteed to make the start of your day better: Bloody Marys, Bloody... Marys, and, uhhhhh, yeah still Bloody Marys. Ensuring you're starting yours with the best ones possible, here's a roundup of the nine best Bloodys in SF. San Francisco's 14 best brunches Joe Starkey Zeitgeist (click here for address and info) Secret Bloody The notoriously prickly beer garden actually has a ridiculously delicious Bloody Mary (that tastes ridiculously delicious-er when consumed on their patio). Instagram/knucklesamwick Foreign Cinema (click here for address and info) Persian Bloody Mary This totally unique take on a Bloody Mary is as tasty as it is interesting, combining Indian curry with Sherry, tequila, and... sumac, which apparently isn't always of the poison variety (we hope?). Elixir Where to Boozy Brunch in SF: A hood-by-hood guide Jeff Weinstein 16 things you didn't know about Blue Bottle Coffee Flickr/John Taylor Instagram/tehrileyfactor
12 SEPARADORES DE LIBROS QUE TE MORIRÍAS POR TENER | planetadelibrosmx Coleccionar libros te lleva, quizá sin que lo notes, a coleccionar otras cosas. Separadores de libros, por ejemplo. Aunque muchos utilizan hojas de papel, fotografías o incluso boletos del metro para marcar la página en que llevan su lectura, hay quienes prefieren otro tipo de objetos, digamos… más exquisitos. Si eres de los buscan y compran sus propios separadores de libros, aquí te presentamos algunos de los más curiosos que hemos visto últimamente. Estamos seguros de que, al terminar de ver este post, saldrás corriendo a buscarlos. Separador de El Mago de Oz Mancha de tinta (¿o sangre?) Separador de cierre Separador de comida Separador de bicicleta Corredor Separador de cucaracha Separador de frases Libro en llamas Separador de mano Separador de Moby Dick Separador de pasto ¿Qué te parecieron? Like this: Like Loading... Related
Mini Apple Pies « Apples Would you like to know what I’ve been doing for the past two hours? Sitting in the kitchen and staring at the Mini Apple Pies I’ve just made. I LOVE the way they look… so cute, adorable and so much fun to make. And I haven’t even started talking about the way they taste – it’s left me speechless… up till now… Just try making them – your family will love you and your kids will surely be awed and remember them for quite some time. These are the ingredients: And this is how the story goes: 1. Stir with a spoon until combined (don’t use the mixer yet… unless you want to disappear in white, dusty fog forever). 2. 3. Mix for only about 30 seconds. 4. 5. Peel the apples (I am using Golden Delicious here), core them and cut them into teeny tiny dices. Place the cut apples into a bowl. 6. (What would I just be without cinnamon…? 7. 8. I am glad to inform you that now we’ve reached the apple filling perfection. Please, be stronger than me and try not to feast on this heavenly mixture at this stage. 9. 10.
Everyday Things That Benefit Our Brain One of the things that surprises me time and time again is how we think our brains work and how they actually work.On many occasions I find myself convinced that there is a certain way to do things, only to find out that actually that’s the complete wrong way to think about it. For example, I always found it fairly understandable that we can multitask. Well, according to the latest research studies, it’s literally impossible for our brains to handle two tasks at the same time. Recently I came across more of these fascinating experiments and ideas that helped me adjust my workflow toward how our brains actually work. So here are 10 of the most surprising things our brains do and what we can learn from them: 1. When I explored the science of our body clocks and how they affect our daily routines, I was interested to find that a lot of the way I’d planned my days wasn’t really the best way to go about it. Here’s how it breaks down: Insight problems involve thinking outside the box. 2. 3. 4.
How to Make Almond Milk (Step by Step) – Recipe When almond milk was first on the market, my brother visited my house and spied a carton of almond milk in the refrigerator. Picking it up, he snorted derisively and asked, “How do you milk an almond?” Almond milk–and other milk alternatives–have come a long way since those early days! Now multiple brands and flavors can be found in many grocery stores, and people are recognizing that they’re not just for the lactose intolerant–many folks simply enjoy the slightly nutty flavor and ultra-creamy texture of almond milk. Almond Milk Recipe Yield: about 5 cups almond milk Ingredients 1.5 cups whole blanched almonds or other whole raw almonds4 cups water1 tsp vanilla extract1.5 tbsp maple syrup or honeydash cinnamon Other equipment: Blendermetal strainercheesecloth First thing, get to soaking those almonds. Cover the almonds with water, and soak them for at least 4 hours, or overnight.This softens them and makes them much easier to blend. Once they’re soft, it’s time to milk those suckers.
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