McDonalds Menu Items Around The World (Part 2, 32 pics) It’s an incredibly slow Food Network news day, so let’s pass the time until Sandra Lee does something stupid by gawking at McDonalds foods from around the world! Here’s a sampling of menu items that aren’t available in the United States: In Asia, you can pick up an icon sandwich, which is a chicken breast smothered with 2 different kinds of melted cheeses, bacon, and lettuce. This is the shaka-shaka chicken. Hong Kong just released a fried sweet potato pie in 2010. The Mega-Mac is HUGE. In Asia, you can also get a Diavlo chicken sandwich. Tomato seafood soup. The Carbonara chicken sandwich combines breakfast and lunch. In Japan, you can score a Double Mac Egg Burger. In Hong Kong and Tokyo, you can also get a double big mac on a pita. This is a salted lemon chicken sandwich, available in Japan. A fried bacon and potato pie! The “German Icon” is another variation of the icon sandwich. In Hong Kong, you can get a CBD: chicken bacon deluxe, served on a hearty roll. Tired of the McMuffin?
The Museum of Ridiculously Interesting Things | a collection of ridiculously interesting art, objects, ideas, and history TTR – Thorsten's Triathlon Rating Printable Workout: The 4×4 Workout for Cardio, Strength and Abs « Some say the best things comes in threes…well in today’s printable workout I say the best things come in fours! This workout is broken into four simple sections with four exercise in each section so naturally, I’m calling it the 4×4 workout. You only need a pair of dumbbells making this a great at home workout and (bonus) it can be done in under 20 minutes. You’ll work cardio, then strength, another cardio section and finally abs for a total body, heartpounding, muscle toning workout. In less time than it takes you to watch an episode of Modern Family, you’ll do something great for you, your mind and your body:) Happy Workout! You can print the workout with descriptions plus beginner and advanced modifications here 4×4 workout.
How to Make Proper Barbecue Chicken | The Paupered Chef There's a lot of misconception when it comes to "barbecue." The problem is the word itself. It's used as a synonym for grilling, refers to the grill itself, or to the meat being grilled; it also has a sauce named after it; and sometimes it's just the word for the party itself held outdoors in somebody's backyard. What, actually, is "barbecue"? American purists see things a little differently. Which brings us to barbecue chicken, a staple of the summer grill. The sad fact is that often times the answer is no. The problem, and the result, is charred all over the place, a crapshoot for succulence, often dry and sad. I believe good barbecue chicken is low and slow followed by fast and hot; that's the easiest way to achieve fantastic results. This way is a vast improvement over most methods, and won't take all afternoon. the dry rub keeping half the grill hot and half of it cooler, i.e. For the rub, I turned to a famous thing "magic dust" invented by barbecue god Mike Mills. (makes 2 cups)
Jon Crispin's Notebook Home - IM Talk Podcast s Introduction to Complex Systems by David Kirshbaum I. Introduction: Complex Systems Theory : Basic Definition II. III. I. A Complex System is any system which involves a number of elements, arranged in structure(s) which can exist on many scales. Previously, when studying a subject, researchers tended to use a reductionist approach which attempted to summarize the dynamics, processes, and change that occurred in terms of lowest common denominators and the simplest, yet most widely provable and applicable elegant explanations. But since the advent of powerful computers which can handle huge amounts of data, researchers can now study the complexity of factors involved in a subject and see what insights that complexity yields without simplification or reduction. Scientists are finding that complexity itself is often characterized by a number of important characteristics: (II.1) Self-Organization(II.2) Non-Linearity(II.3) Order/Chaos Dynamic(II.4) Emergent Properties. (II.1) Self-Organization Examples (II.2) Non-Linearity
Kitchen 101: Fruits, Vegetables & Herbs Kitchen 101: Fruits, Vegetables & Herbs I’d be remiss if I simply focused on imparting technical knowledge in the Kitchen 101 series here at Chasing Delicious. I’d be downright neglectful if I didn’t talk about ingredients, particularly the biggest misconception about produce today: that it is naturally available year-round. Though you may be able to find just about every type of fruit, vegetable, and herb in the grocery store every day of the year, a majority of this produce is not in season. If you are buying strawberries in December, you are likely purchasing a fruit that was picked six months ago and stored in a climate controlled facility ever since. Or you are buying a berry that has spent the last few weeks in a shipping container as it treks halfway across the globe from somewhere in the opposite hemisphere. Time spent in transit or storage is not the only inflated aspect of buying produce out of season. Second, become good friends with some local farmers too.
Concentration Game Concentration is very critical to the brain, because you can’t expect that much from a distracted mind. This concentration test is a little bit hard, but can be a good workout and help your brain gain the ability to concentrate and deal with problems solving more efficiently. The complexity of the game depends on the level you choose, you can start with the lowest level and as you learn the rules of the game you can go up to the next level in this exercise. Check the instructions all the way at the bottom to learn how to play this brain concentration game. How to play: Click on one of the buttons in the playing field to subtract 1 from that button’s value, as well as from the values of the 4 surrounding ones. Objective: To get all buttons to show ’0′. Example (a click on the “2″ in the middle): Things you should know:
LetsRun.com Lactic Acid Update post RichardThanks for your answer. But let me profit the occasion to give a few examples what i want to say that you uses often illogical statements, a kind of build in pieces my answer. This would be my answer to my own question ! Richard_ wrote:Taked for granteed that the Central Governator is a correct theory, stricktly from the prespective of the Central Governator theory - not muscular benefits - what may be the benefits from running all-out hilly workout from a flat all-out flat workout - if in both cases you work in a all-out intensity?" I`m not able to answer you. Why? First, as i don´t take for granteed that the Central GOvernator is a correct theory, my answer will be a false one. Second, taking for granteed that any single or multiple effort acts in a multitude of effort zones (even those of a single intensity) - and consequently may produce several benefits, i no able to answer to a question that eliminates the muscular benefits. But to coach, that´s complete the opposite.