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6 savoury mug recipes to make in the microwave To celebrate the food and drink section on Refreshers Wall with it's 25% off Dominoes, 30% off Giraffe, £100 Nando's voucher up for grabs and more...welcome to the FIRST EVER Student Food Festival!! You've got a microwave and a mug – what springs to mind? Coffee, hot chocolate and these delicious mug cake recipes we brought to you last year. Well, there's more folks. We now bring you six of the best savoury recipes that are super easy to make, right in the comfort of your own microwave. 1. Coat your mug in butter or oil, add 2 eggs and 2 tablespoons of milk. 2. Beat 1 egg and 1½ tablespoons of milk together in your mug adding a pinch of salt or pepper. 3. Combine ½ a mug of water with a small handful of macaroni, microwave for 2 minutes, and stir. 4. Butter the inside of your mug, and then cut a couple of slices of bread into small cubes. 5. Pop 3 cloves of garlic (with herbs if you prefer) into your mug and fill with water, just enough to cover the garlic and microwave for 2 minutes. 6.
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21 Incredibly Important Diagrams To Help You Get Through Life Spherical Concentric Layer Cake Tutorial | Cakecrumbs This tutorial will show you the most basic and least equipment-heavy way of baking the concentric layer cake as seen in both the Earth cake and Jupiter cake. You can stop at half way and just make a hemisphere cake, or make two hemispheres and join them into one as in this video. How big you make the cake is up to you. Let’s begin! Now, as for the equipment required, you will need a set of any three hemisphere tins or bowls that can fit inside one another. Baking times will vary based on how big your bowls are. You can use any recipe you like for these cakes. Lastly, for the colouring you can use any colours you like. Here’s how to make, bake and assemble the cake: As a word of caution, don’t be tempted to under-bake the cakes. These are the recipes I used: Like this: Like Loading...
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The Politics of Housework Liberated women-very different from Women's Liberation! The first signals all kinds of goodies, to warm the hearts (not to mention other parts) of the most radical men. The other signals-HOUSEWORK. On the other hand is Women's Liberation-and housework. Here's my list of dirty chores: buying groceries, carting them home and putting them away; cooking meals and washing dishes and pots; doing the laundry digging out the place when things get out of control; washing floors. So ensued a dialogue that's been going on for several years. "I don' t mind sharing the work, but you'll have to show me how to do it." "We used to be so happy!" "We have different standards, and why should I have to work to your standards? "I've got nothing against sharing the housework, but you can' t make me do it on your schedule." "I hate it more than you. "Housework is too trivial to even talk about." "This problem of housework is not a man-woman problem. "Women's liberation isn't really a political movement." 1.
Pre-pregnancy contract: Signing on the dotted line to avoid household conflict. Illustration by Robert Neubecker I’ve been wavering on the subject of motherhood for what seems like decades. Like Ruth Graham, who wrote of her fear of parenthood on Slate not long ago, when I contemplate jumping the gap between not-mom and mom, I see only catastrophe. The physical changes, the financial challenge, the increased difficulty of travel—having a baby seems like saying goodbye to my freedom. On the other hand, I’m 36, and if I ever were fancy-free, I’m not now. Rebecca Onion, who runs Slate’s history blog The Vault, is a writer and academic living in Ohio. What I most worry about is that motherhood might make me hate my darling husband. When I talk to my female friends who are moms about motherhood, the conversation often drifts to the changes that children have brought to their relationships with their spouses. So what’s the solution? I find that any number of life challenges are more palatable when drained of their emotional content through quantification.