Dreamy Food Design: Chocolate Ice Cubes In Vanilla I don’t drink milk, but this doesn’t even look like milk to me. It looks like a dreamy concoction of chocolate and vanilla heaven. These are frozen chocolate ice cubes in vanilla flavored milk. As you can see in the bottom picture below, as the chocolate ice cubes begin to melt, you can stir it all up to make chocolate and vanilla swirled milk. There are also many creative ways to serve this. September 2001 - Brother Harry's Bible Study Q & A Brother Harry Hardwick Answers Your Questions Q: "In Germany, the Nazis first came for the Communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics, but I didn't speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak up for me."
ANIMAL & MONSTER HAND TATTOOS - SET OF 2 Hands Gone Wild! A fun new take on hand puppets, these delightfully designed tattoos transform any hand into a wide-eyed animal or a colorful monster. Two sets of eight animals includes bird, shark, zebra, giraffe, cow, alligator, tiger and bumblebee. Two sets of eight monsters (each!) Coleman Pack-Away Camp Kitchen: Camping Enjoy Great Financing! Make the most of your shopping experience with the Walmart Discover® or Walmart Credit Card. Save $25 when you open a Walmart® Credit Card and spend $75 today.* *Offer subject to credit approval Design - Airmail Mighty Wallet® 856824001590 Creators of the Original Tyvek Wallet Since 2005 ! Free Shipping with USPS First Class Mail $15.00 in stock Watermelonade Recipe at Epicurious photo by Roland Bello yield Makes 1 gallon (serves 16) active time 30 min total time 30 min You would be hard-pressed to find something more refreshing than watermelon. This cooler is easy to make, beautiful to behold, and not too sweet.
Indonesia aims to tap volcano power Indonesia has launched an ambitious plan to tap the vast power of its volcanoes and become a world leader in geothermal energy, while trimming greenhouse gas emissions. The sprawling archipelago of 17,000 islands stretching from the Indian to the Pacific Oceans contains hundreds of volcanoes, estimated to hold around 40 percent of the world's geothermal energy potential. But so far only a tiny fraction of that potential has been unlocked, so the government is seeking help from private investors, the World Bank and partners like Japan and the United States to exploit the power hidden deep underground. "The government's aim to add 4,000 megawatts of geothermal capacity from the existing 1,189 megawatts by 2014 is truly challenging," Indonesian Geothermal Association chief Surya Darma said.
The Alkindus Distiller This distiller uses the same principles of alchemy developed 1,100 years ago by Alkindus, renowned as the "father of perfume distillation." The still has a copper frame and a cucurbit, condensing pot, and a cooling cup made from borosilicate glass--the same glass used in laboratory beakers for its durability and heat resistance. The cucurbit holds the liquid to be distilled and is heated by the oil lamp. As the liquid boils, oil vapor is produced and moves from the cucurbit through the swan-neck tube and, once it reaches the water-filled condensing pot, it is cooled and converted into a concentrated distillate. The distiller is mounted on a walnut base and its frame is made from five copper plates secured in place with copper rivets.