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Comida, la vida y la fotografía

Comida, la vida y la fotografía
You know I love eggs. Eggs are a big part of my days and I feel very lucky to have friends who are willing to share their chickens’ eggs with me. A barter system of sorts. Continue reading Fiddlehead ferns Gluten-free nettle and ricotta gnudi

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Cómo Filete A Peces: Lubina You are in Home > Video > On The Web > How To Fillet A Fish: Sea Bass Video Share Pin It Lazy Bear Underground Restaurant UPDATE: Reservations are closed. Thanks! Surprise! Be kind, rewind – Cake weekend au citron et confit de clémentines à la vanille As I was diligently peeling a stampede of organic lemons to turn them into neat candied squares – a pretty lengthy task if you consider all the steps involved – the pungent scent brought down memories of a now long-gone day. Rewind. As Guillaume wakes up – or more accurately, as I push the snooze button of our alarm clock every two minutes, giving him a repeat-hug to gently get him to emerge from his dreamless sleep – I suddenly realise that today is my much-longed-for day-off.

Joy the Baker — I feel like I’m grasping tight to the things around me these days. I’m probably the first to shrug off the change of season, the change of moving cities, and the change of traveling a ton as no big deal…. but it all adds up to matter and I have to admit I feel a little crazy in the brain. This season I’ve started a new workout routine. IDEAS IN FOOD I posted this picture of a "dumpling" on Twitter last weekend and it generated quite a response. Many people felt that the word dumpling implied something small and I'll admit I was surprised when they set a plates of these in front of me. Of course looking back at the menu later I realized that they were actually, "pot stickers," shrimp and leek pot stickers to be exact.

Lunchbox Treats – Twenty Ideas for Sandwich Fillings « The In my years of providing nutritious meals to my family, the single most fraught event of any given day must surely be the ritual of Making School Lunches. If ever my children have a finicky food preference, it will be outed the moment it is placed between two slices of bread. It is a morning – or evening, depending on how busy the day is – endurance test in many households and is often enough to defeat most parents. No wonder we resort to the constant default position of Vegemite, or peanut butter, or Just Tomato Please, stuffed between white bread, crusts removed. We send our children off to school, ever hopeful that this, today, will be the day they eat it all up. What follows has been gleaned from friends, my days in playgroup, some happy days spent volunteering in school canteens and some ideas forums around the world.

Honey Sesame Chicken Sesame chickens are a very popular restaurant or take out dish. I'd like to share this restaurant quality recipes at it always comes out perfect with very little fuss and inexpensive ingredients which you probably have on hand. It can be served at home, potluck, special party, or anytime you crave for some Chinese take out food. Ingredients : 3 pieces of chicken breast or 1/2 chicken - cut to bite size pieces 1 tbsp of light soy sauce 1 tbsp of cooking wine 1/2 tbsp of sesame oil 1 tsp of sugar 2 tbsp flour 1 tbsp rice flour or cornstarch Salt & pepper to taste Sauce:

2012 European Review 2012 was indeed the year of travel! I did my fair share, with trips to Copenhagen, Paris and Spain. The real globe trotter here is Jose.

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