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  1. ProducerClaire L 馃悵 Cardwell
    Coffee.  The Elixir of the Gods
    Coffee. The Elixir of the GodsI am at least 75% Coffee most days. 聽In fact this morning, I might have to admit to myself that it's more like 95%..... 聽The familiar feeling of being tingly and hyper awake are a dead giveaway.I love coffee, I always shall. 聽The rich dark aroma,...
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    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    17/03/2017 #5 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    When I was working outside of my home, I think I drank 4-6 cups a day. I now drink 1-2 cups. Coffee gives me a speedy feeling after the second cup that I'm not overly fond of but I LOVE my coffee! I have a french press and I haven't used it in quite a while. I put it in a cupboard and thought, hmmm... I need to take this out and use it again, best tasting coffee! I had no idea it had Vitamin B2- they use high doses of B2 for migraines. My husband's doctor put him on 400 mgs a day and it's helped. He's prone to complex Migraines. Enjoyed this @Claire L 馃悵 Cardwell
    Claire L 馃悵 Cardwell
    17/03/2017 #4 Claire L 馃悵 Cardwell
    #3 @Dean Owen - Chateau d'Yquem raises the bar pretty high! I couldn't live, breath or work without coffee. It's the fire in my veins.
    Dean Owen
    17/03/2017 #3 Dean Owen
    Not quite the "Elixir of the Gods" - that honour would probably go to Chateau d'Yquem, perhaps the 2001 vintage. But definitely a lifeblood. I am immune however, but do need a cup first thing in the morning, and one just before bed. Great article.
    Claire L 馃悵 Cardwell
    17/03/2017 #2 Claire L 馃悵 Cardwell
    Top of the morning to you to Devesh. I think love and addiction are very closely intertwined when it comes to my relationship with coffee. I adore Coffee.....
    Devesh Bhatt
    17/03/2017 #1 Devesh Bhatt
    I think that you are not addicted to coffee :)
    You have a love for it.

    But it is what i think.
  2. ProducerNikhil Gadkar

    Nikhil Gadkar

    27/02/2017
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    Nikhil Gadkar

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  6. Brian McKenzie

    Brian McKenzie

    24/02/2017
    Ashlam-Fu (邪褕谢褟屑褎褍) is a cold noodle dish - served with a heavy spicy pepper dollop on the side of the bowl. The noodles are of a bean curd and starch variant instead of the doughy pasta variants that you may be mostly used to. Though the broth is cold - it is 'hot' with spices - usually a garlic, chive and hot chili making the dish 'sizzle'. Which veges appear depends on who is cooking and what their mood or cupboard has in store at the moment. But spiced cucumbers are often the center piece. Thick slices of onions are also my favorite. The best version I have had so far was when a batter of egg and KYMbiC was whisked together - fried in a thin sheet and then cut into strands about as thick as the noodles. It was simply amazing to watch the preparation - I will have to make in my own kitchen soon. Brian McKenzie
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    Brian McKenzie
    25/02/2017 #9 Brian McKenzie
    #7 @Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman mostly, nearly every dish here is vegetarian and the meat will show up only for parties, holidays or large family get togethers
    Brian McKenzie
    25/02/2017 #8 Brian McKenzie
    #6 @Aurorasa Sima I have to figure out the recipe to the bean curd noodles, most cooks here do not use books or recipes, but the techniques are passed down orally and on the job.
    Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman
    25/02/2017 #7 Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman
    This looks good and healthy.
    Brian McKenzie
    24/02/2017 #5 Brian McKenzie
    #4 @Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador Thanks for all the shares! All the weight I lost in the War Zone of Ukraine - I have put right back on in the Bishkek suburbs - it is very rude to refuse food here - and every visit will be eating; without exception. I can't wait for the snow to disappear so I can get back to walking everyday again (there is no snow removal here - and side walks are definitely 'seasonal')
    Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    24/02/2017 #4 Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    COOL HEALTHY BUZZ HERE: WOW another great dish here by Brian McKenzie!!!! I must of gained 9 pounds after joining beBee.com because of all these great recipes!! LOVE IT, now have to start reading more exercise beBee Hives :)

    MAMA MIA YUMMM: " The noodles are of a bean curd and starch variant instead of the doughy pasta variants that you may be mostly used to. Though the broth is cold - it is 'hot' with spices - usually a garlic, chive and hot chili making the dish 'sizzle'"
    Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    24/02/2017 #3 Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    WOW: WOW another great dish here by Brian McKenzie!!!! I must of gained 9 pounds after joining beBee.com because of all these great recipes!! LOVE IT, now have to start reading more exercise beBee Hives :)

    MAMA MIA YUMMM: " The noodles are of a bean curd and starch variant instead of the doughy pasta variants that you may be mostly used to. Though the broth is cold - it is 'hot' with spices - usually a garlic, chive and hot chili making the dish 'sizzle'"
    Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    24/02/2017 #2 Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    WOW another great dish here by Brian McKenzie!!!! I must of gained 9 pounds after joining beBee.com because of all these great recipes!! LOVE IT, now have to start reading more exercise beBee Hives :)

    MAMA MIA YUMMM: " The noodles are of a bean curd and starch variant instead of the doughy pasta variants that you may be mostly used to. Though the broth is cold - it is 'hot' with spices - usually a garlic, chive and hot chili making the dish 'sizzle'"
    Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    24/02/2017 #1 Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    WOW another great dish here by @Brian McKenzie!!!! I must of gained 9 pounds after joining beBee.com because of all these great recipes!! LOVE IT, now have to start reading more exercise beBee Hives :)

    MAMA MIA YUMMM: " The noodles are of a bean curd and starch variant instead of the doughy pasta variants that you may be mostly used to. Though the broth is cold - it is 'hot' with spices - usually a garlic, chive and hot chili making the dish 'sizzle'"
  7. Stephane 馃悵 Fenner
    Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, first hotel in Europe to house three restaurants recognised by the Coveted Michelin Award
    Stephane 馃悵 Fenner
    Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, first hotel in Europe to house three restaurants recognised by the Coveted Michelin Award
    www.traveldailynews.com PARIS - Following the announcement of the 2017 Michelin Guide, the restaurants Le Cinq, Le George and L'Orangerie at the Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris have collectively been crowned with a total of five Michelin stars, making the acclaimed...
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  8. Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    Eating exotic food Live
    Eating exotic food Live Mmm...
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    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    11/02/2017 #16 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    Thanks for sharing my live (silly) buzz @David B. Grinberg!
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    08/02/2017 #15 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #12 I was being silly last night. I tried to put chips in slits I cut in the dates to make them appear like wings. I wasn't too successful because I was trying to make the dates look like Cockroaches ha ha. I need to be craftier!
    Devesh Bhatt
    08/02/2017 #14 Devesh Bhatt
    #8 the links that you provide., Makes me want to travel out of sheer curiosity .
    Devesh Bhatt
    08/02/2017 #13 Devesh Bhatt
    Well Dates from the middle East are exotic here.
    Red ants are not, a lot of people eat "Chutney" the most famous version of Chattisgarh.
    It is a cold sauce... Spicy with meat and sweet with dry fruits,serve as intended :)
    Aleta Curry
    08/02/2017 #12 Aleta Curry
    They were dates? Oh, come on, you threw me with the words 'exotic'. Geez, Louise, kid, if dates make you pause, just wait till I tell you about some of the things I've had in *my* mouth (get yer minds out of the gutter, people, I know where you went with that!)
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    07/02/2017 #11 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #8 ewe. White fungus, what is that??? Ok, my date was quite tasty but it wouldn't be in that manner.
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    07/02/2017 #10 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #7 That was a good one! I need to be sneakier the next time. I thought they looked like Cockroaches but they sure are tasty.
    Dean Owen
    07/02/2017 #8 Dean Owen
    #7 Nice one Devesh. Yep, this is how they eat them here in China. But they don't taste like dates.
    http://desirablerecipes.blogspot.com/2014/06/white-fungus-red-dates-and-dried-longan.html
    Devesh Bhatt
    07/02/2017 #7 Devesh Bhatt
    You just had a date with?
    Dean Owen
    07/02/2017 #6 Dean Owen
    #5 yep, in China they boil them along with peanuts, wolf berries etc and put them in a syrup soup. They become like a cross between mashed potato, yam, and peanut when boiled. Not particularly appetizing. Perhaps I am on the wrong track, but I know you. It's definitely not a bug!
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    07/02/2017 #5 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #4 they were just slightly sticky, a bit of a crunch and no syrup
    Dean Owen
    07/02/2017 #4 Dean Owen
    If I am right, not hugely adventurous. Usually those are eaten in a sugary syrup for dessert here in China.
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    07/02/2017 #3 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #1 I will be curious to hear if someone can figure out what I put in my mouth LOL! Maybe I will become Andrew Zimmern 2.0 ;-)
    Aleta Curry
    07/02/2017 #1 Aleta Curry
    Got no idea, but your facial expressions are priceless, Andrew Zimmern's only trottin' after ya, as my husband would say! :D
  9. Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    Lots of onions being sized and auto bagged for store distribution , I 鉂わ笍 supply chain management Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
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    Kenneth Mumford
    04/02/2017 #2 Kenneth Mumford
    As a young man we moved to the San Joaquin Valley. I lived in an orange grove that was as big as the eye could see. Picking, Packing, Culling, were all done by hand. The best Navel Oranges on the earth. I can still taste them now.
  10. ProducerDamien Justus

    Damien Justus

    02/02/2017
    Hungry? What Foods Will Truly Offer Strength And Satisfaction
    Hungry? What Foods Will Truly Offer Strength And SatisfactionFans of the cartoon character Popeye the Sailor Man will fondly remember that Popeye was always able to defeat his adversaries, no matter how big and strong they were, after eating a can of spinach. Granted, a can of spinach does not endow anyone...
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  11. Virginia Artist

    Virginia Artist

    30/01/2017
    Virginia Artist
    Gnocchi burro fuso e salvia
    niume.com Gnocchi are an ancient food, prepared with different flours: wheat flour, rice, semolina, potatoes, dry bread, potatoes or various vegetables.The more common in Italy today are prepared with potatoesThe gnocchi already described in the second half...
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  12. Juan Ram贸n 馃悵 Gutierrez Camporredondo
    Happy lunch bees, via @pinterest Juan Ram贸n 馃悵 Gutierrez Camporredondo
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    Maria Oslara
    27/01/2017 #1 Maria Oslara
    Nachos con guacamole y una cervecita, la combinaci贸n perfecta..
  13. Stephane 馃悵 Fenner
    U.S. Team Wins Bocuse d鈥橭r Competition for First Time
    Lyon - France, 2017
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    U.S. Team Wins Bocuse d鈥橭r Competition for First Time - NYTimes.com
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  14. Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    Produce will be getting fresher in Georgia due to direct imports through the Port of Savannah. Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
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    Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    18/01/2017 #4 Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
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    SANDRA CORREA VASQUEZ! Have a great afternoon.
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  16. Jackie M.

    Jackie M.

    09/01/2017
    It'd be remiss of me not to share food posts right out of the gate, so here's a recipe for Beef Rendang from a Live broadcast I did on both Facebook Live and YouTube in the lead-up to Christmas -
    Jackie M.
    How to Cook Beef Rendang from My Malaysian Home State (Negeri Sembilan) - Jackie M
    jackiem.com.au This is my stepmom鈥檚 recipe which is influenced by the beef rendang style of my home state of Negeri Sembilan with her own...
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    Aleta Curry
    10/01/2017 #8 Aleta Curry
    I was going to tag @Dean Owen, but I see you're already Johnny-on-the-spot. I might've guessed!
    Okay, I see I need to buy some ingredients and try this!
    Jackie M.
    09/01/2017 #7 Jackie M.
    #6 Thanks for the share :)
    Wayne Yoshida
    09/01/2017 #6 Wayne Yoshida
    I need to try this on the Big Green Egg/kamado
    Jackie M.
    09/01/2017 #5 Jackie M.
    #1 Oh and thanks for sharing :)
    Jackie M.
    09/01/2017 #4 Jackie M.
    #1 Hah cool; strangely the soy sauce works really well, though it's not an ingredient I use in my own beef rendang that I make for my business. Beef rendang is most commonly served with jasmine rice, though you may find it with Basmati (long grain) rice as well :)
    Jos茅 Ram贸n 鉁岎煆 L贸pez
    09/01/2017 #3 Jos茅 Ram贸n 鉁岎煆 L贸pez
    Wow! I love so much asian recipes!!!

    :-)
    Ken Boddie
    09/01/2017 #2 Ken Boddie
    @Jackie M. please don't mistake my clumsiness in the kitchen and pride in the culinary capabilities of my better half as feigned futility and male chauvinism (not necessarily in that corresponding order) but, if it tastes like my Indonesian wife's rendang (particularly on the second day) and smells like my wife's rendang, then either the recipe is spot on, or it is indeed my wife's rendang. 馃構
    The other test is, of course, the 'next morning test', whereby if it's hot on the way in and it's hot on the ...... perhaps I'd better stop there, as it's a family show. 馃槀
    Dean Owen
    09/01/2017 #1 Dean Owen
    I cheated. I actually checked this recipe out when I visited your website this morning! Soy sauce aye? Wonder how that'll change the dynamic. Can only try. Do you eat Beef Rendang with a short or long grain rice?
  17. ProducerLisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    Bugs for Dinner, Anyone?
    Bugs for Dinner, Anyone? Last night I watched a show about people going to Restaurants which served bugs in various ways on The Nat Geo Channel last night. I admit, I've never tried anything bug that I'm aware of. It appears bugs are gaining popularity as the newest of...
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    Nicole Chardenet
    17/01/2017 #93 Nicole Chardenet
    #90 I found plenty of gator in New Orleans to eat. Had it like three times. It really does have its own unique and enjoyable flavour. Not gamey in the slightest. On a separate note, I'm happy to have eaten Jaws (or "requin" as it was called on the French menu) when I was in Guadeloupe!
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    15/01/2017 #92 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #91 haha, gator tagine, now that might taste very different. I wish I could remember the name of the dish, I will have to ask my friend. However, Lamb tagine sounds extremely good- I looked up the recipe and I'm going to make it this week, so thank you!! :))
    Arnab Ghosh
    15/01/2017 #91 Arnab Ghosh
    #90 Ahhh, tagine dishes need chunks of meat. The flavour will be quite different if you use ground meat. And apricot is a big part of flavour in Moroccan cuisine. Gator tagine... how about that...?
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    15/01/2017 #90 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #87 #88 #89 Lamb Tangine, sounds familiar but I think I made the dish with ground meat and there wasn't dried apricot in it. However, it was very similar to Lamb Tangine and it was served on top of couscous. Head to Florida one day, you wont have a problem finding gator on the menu ;-) As for the gator in my yard and my free meals... that's funny!!
    Arnab Ghosh
    15/01/2017 #89 Arnab Ghosh
    #84 Why? Dinner comes to your doorstep! Look on the bright side: get bag one of those, and you can forget the butcher's bill for a month! He he he
    Arnab Ghosh
    15/01/2017 #88 Arnab Ghosh
    #83 I must confess I haven't tried gator meat. But I am guessing it should be similar, considering how (physically) similar the two beasts are.
    Arnab Ghosh
    15/01/2017 #87 Arnab Ghosh
    #82 Is it "Lamb Tagine" that you tried...? Moroccan cuisine is quite something, I must say. I enjoy it.
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    13/01/2017 #86 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #85 That's interesting. I wonder why they are increasing as a nuisance in other's yards now? Agree.. lunchtime sistah or brother if your in my yard! We were driving back to our Condo one evening in Myrtle beach and traffic was stopped. They had an Ambulance and EMT's working on an alligator that was hit by a car. I never saw a sight like that before. I was glad it wasn't a person.
    Nicole Chardenet
    12/01/2017 #85 Nicole Chardenet
    #84 Ironically I was just reading about gators strolling through one's yard last night while reading a book on the collected columns of Florida report Carl Hiaasen. It sounds like it's way more of a problem than it was when I lived there back in the day (Orlando). Today, with alligators eating pets and occasionally going after small children, I say....turn about's fair play? If you're in my yard, it's LUNCHTIME!!! :)
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    12/01/2017 #84 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #83 I found it tasted very good too. Just glad I don't have gators strolling through my yard LOL
    Nicole Chardenet
    11/01/2017 #83 Nicole Chardenet
    #79 How different is croc meat from alligator meat? I would suspect probably very little if any...I've had alligator, in N'Awlins...and I didn't find it tough at all, quite delicious (tastes like alligator!) and extremely nutritious too. If I could easily buy gator meat in Toronto I would add it to my home menu.
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    10/01/2017 #82 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #79 I forgot to mention, I thought my friend told me it was at dusk but I couldn't remember. He is from Morocco and mentioned food they were eating during Iftar and it sounded so good I asked for the recipe. I told him that I revised it a bit and he said that was a big no-no... I asked why, and he said because it was his mom's original recipe LOL. I must say it was tasty. I forget what it was called. Meat with cinnamon, raisins and other ingredients. I need to find the recipe!
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    10/01/2017 #81 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #79 I may have to try camel meat if I ever get a chance to sometime @Arnab Ghosh! I think many adults stop drinking milk, maybe because we had to drink it daily when growing up? I use coconut milk in my coffee and for cooking now. I was using half and half but decided to get away from Milk to see if that helps some digestive issues ;) I had a friend who gave her baby goats milk because he was highly allergic to cows milk. He did very well on it. Does Camel's milk and Goat's milk taste similar? I would love to travel to Dubai one day, I've seen so many beautiful photos of Dubai!
    Arnab Ghosh
    10/01/2017 #80 Arnab Ghosh
    #73 Yes @Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher. Once the tongue tastes the flavours of the food, the mind's awareness of the ingredients take a back seat.
    Arnab Ghosh
    10/01/2017 #79 Arnab Ghosh
    #74 Camel meat is quite nice, in fact, @Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher. Horse meat, on the other hand, is rather tough! Not too different from croc meat, in fact. Both goat milk and camel milk are said to have digestive properties without causing any major stomach issues. Although, research seems to indicate that we (adults) don't really need milk at all; and are actually better off consuming other sources of calcium. I do still enjoy milk in certain forms. But only occasionally. It isn't a regular part of my diet. Iftar is at dusk, with the sunset prayer. Indeed, Dubai is quite something! Come on over sometime.
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    09/01/2017 #78 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #77 Someone below described the texture like that of cow and turkey combined. I think the only thing that comes close to tasting like chicken is duck.. and it takes like thigh meat. I would try it!
    Nicole Chardenet
    09/01/2017 #77 Nicole Chardenet
    #70 I enjoyed. And to those of you who haven't tried it, no it does NOT taste like chicken. Only chicken tastes like chicken.
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    09/01/2017 #76 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #75 Maybe we will have to meet up one day and 'brave' it @Laura Mikolaitis. We might not need to brave it after having wine AND bourbon haha
    Laura Mikolaitis
    09/01/2017 #75 Laura Mikolaitis
    #63 @Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher, yes, if there was wine AND bourbon proceeding, then I probably would. Especially if you were joining me!
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    08/01/2017 #74 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #72 Very interesting @Arnab Ghosh! Actually, it sounds quite tender the way you describe Camel meat. Does Iftar occur at dusk or just after dusk? Camel meat burgers, sounds interesting. It's odd... I think I could try Camel but not horse meat for some reason. I read once that Camel milk does have more nutrients, does it have a gamey taste? I'm sure some day we will hear that cows milk was never good for us. So many people have health issues from cows milk. I used to drink cows milk a lot when I was a teen and I had stomach aches all the time. I haven't had milk in years (find other sources for calcium now) and no more issues like I used to have. Some people turn to goats milk, or they are drinking the milk of nuts now and not sure that's equivalent to drinking real milk. I bet the chocolates are tasty! Dubai looks beautiful and it appears to be growing a lot! Thanks for sharing, very interesting!
  18. ProducerDonna McCormick

    Donna McCormick

    04/01/2017
    It's Not Your Grandma's Yogurt Anymore
    It's Not Your Grandma's Yogurt AnymoreIn 2015, I worked on a few carpentry projects with a friend. Carpentry is his livelihood. I joined him because I needed some extra cash. He would always carry bottled water, sodas, packaged fruit snacks, and miniature candy bars in a cooler on...
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  19. Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    Where bees like honey, a rabbits dream is of carrots in heaven Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
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    01/01/2017 #2 Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    Thanks @Jan Barbosa for your support!!
    Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    01/01/2017 #1 Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador
    Looks like Buggs Bunny :~))
  20. ProducerRoman Permyakov

    Roman Permyakov

    21/12/2016
    How to brew Tomsk beer
    How to brew Tomsk beerGerman "Reinheitsgebot beer" requires that the beer was made from water, malt, hops, yeast, ie, it was natural. Founder of the Tomsk brewing Carl Kruger fully fulfilled the law. His beer gained universal popularity. The current owners of the plant -...
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  21. Virginia Artist

    Virginia Artist

    07/12/2016
    Italian food
    Virginia Artist
    Tagliatelle con rag霉 di carne
    niume.com Tagliatelle or fettuccine pasta is a typical of central and northern Italy. ...
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  22. ProducerMamen 馃悵 Delgado
    Pisto Manchego (English & Espa帽ol)
    Pisto Manchego (English & Espa帽ol)Pictures taken by myself // Foto propiaToday has been a cooking day and I have prepared one of my favorite dishes.Pisto Manchego, also known simply as pisto, is a traditional dish of Spanish cuisine consisting of a fry of various vegetables from the...
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    Pedro馃悵 G贸mez
    04/12/2016 #31 Pedro馃悵 G贸mez
    #30 jajajaja...No doubt...!!!
    Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    04/12/2016 #30 Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    #29 Vaya pandi de disfrutones que nos hemos juntado por aqu铆... 馃槏
    Pedro馃悵 G贸mez
    04/12/2016 #29 Pedro馃悵 G贸mez
    Excelente pisto @Mamen 馃悵 Delgado...y nunca lo he probado con curry...ya te contar茅...yo suelo a帽adir picante (tabasco) y unos huevos fritos...y pan...y mucho pan...y cerveza...y mucha cerv....bueno hasta aqu铆 puedo leer...!!! saludos y excelente receta.!!!
    Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    04/12/2016 #28 Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    #27 Cuenta con ello Fede!!
    Federico 馃悵 脕lvarez San Mart铆n
    04/12/2016 #27 Federico 馃悵 脕lvarez San Mart铆n
    Muy bien @Mamen 馃悵 Delgado. En tu pr贸xima visita a la colmena queremos uno ;)
    Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    04/12/2016 #26 Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    #25 Yummy yummy dear @Donna-Luisa Eversley!!! That sounds really appetizing!! I'm completely sure we'll find the way to make your wish (now my wish too) come true. Have a BEEutiful Sunday... 馃悵
    Donna-Luisa Eversley
    04/12/2016 #25 Donna-Luisa Eversley
    @Mamen 馃悵 Delgado I would love to experience a meal with you in Trinidad...we have many curried dishes you will enjoy. I make a meal of eggplants and potato with curry and spices served on boiled rice...
    Thanks for sharing in Spanish and English馃悵馃悵馃槈
    Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    04/12/2016 #24 Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    #17 I'm thinking @Dean Owen it would be really nice if we could cook together sometime, as both of us are anarchists in the kitchen and we love eating. I would learn a lot from your cooking style... 馃槈
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    04/12/2016 #23 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #21 Maybe I will take some photos if I can remember! Thanks @Mamen 馃悵 Delgado, my daughter will be making a few dishes too... she's turning out to be an awesome cook. Food has always been a big part of our family get togethers. Laughter, love and food make a great combo!!
    Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    04/12/2016 #22 Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    #19 It looks and it is @Brian McKenzie. And easy to prepare! Let's us know please if you decide to cook Manchego Pistol. Thanks for the comment!
    Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    04/12/2016 #21 Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    #18 Enjoy the party @Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher! Sure you'll prepare delicious tapas. 馃槏
    Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    04/12/2016 #20 Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    #16 Wonderful you come round @Ken Boddie!! As #17 @Dean Owen says, better a tinto (red). Love Thai red curry paste Dean, perfect match with pisto!!! And some white rice. Yummy...
    Brian McKenzie
    04/12/2016 #19 Brian McKenzie
    Oh my, I will have to try, looks so delicious
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    04/12/2016 #18 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #17 I love Thai red curry paste, have some in my fridge right now! Also love to use coconut milk in many dishes. Did someone mention Tapas? I'm serving Tapas on Thursday, hosting a party!
    Dean Owen
    04/12/2016 #17 Dean Owen
    I love anarchists in the kitchen! This one might also work well with a Thai red curry paste? But served as tapas I would stick to paprika (goes better with a nice Rioja!)
    Ken Boddie
    04/12/2016 #16 Ken Boddie
    Hola Mamen. I'll be round for dinner pronto. Shall I bring a bottle of rojo o blanco? 馃構
    Hugo Chinchilla
    04/12/2016 #15 Hugo Chinchilla
    #9 Siiiiiii 馃馃
    Jan 馃悵 Barbosa
    04/12/2016 #14 Jan 馃悵 Barbosa
    YUMMM !!!! A+ !!!
    Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    04/12/2016 #13 Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    #12 馃憦 馃憦 馃憦
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    04/12/2016 #12 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #11 I will even take a photo @Mamen 馃悵 Delgado!
  23. ProducerPaz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    OLIVE OIL, GREEN GOLD
    OLIVE OIL, GREEN GOLDWhat better presentation of olive oil, our green gold, than this wonderful photograph of a great friend? I am from Ja茅n (Andaluc铆a, Spain) and I have always enjoyed the best olive oil in the world. But until recently I have not studied in...
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    Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    06/12/2016 #20 Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    #19 Thaks, Lisa馃槉馃槉馃槉
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    06/12/2016 #19 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #16 I forgot to mention, I love your photos too!
    Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    06/12/2016 #18 Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    #14 I am very happy that you liked,@Sara Jacobovici! Regards!
    Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    06/12/2016 #17 Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    #15 Thank you so much, @Pedro馃悵 G贸mez!A hug!
    Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    06/12/2016 #16 Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    #13 True, it is a delicious oil and very beneficial for health! Thank you for commenting and sharing,@Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher.Kind regards!
    Pedro馃悵 G贸mez
    06/12/2016 #15 Pedro馃悵 G贸mez
    Excellent job @Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque !!!
    Sara Jacobovici
    06/12/2016 #14 Sara Jacobovici
    Wonderfully written buzz about one of my favorite tastes @Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque. And visually beautiful.
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    06/12/2016 #13 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    @Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque, such a detailed buzz about olive oil which is my favorite oil for cooking and I use it in many dishes too! What a history it has in Spain! Thanks for this.
    Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    05/12/2016 #12 Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    #11 Thanks to you for reading and commenting. Olive oil really is the green gold of my land!Regards!
    Migdalia Burgos
    05/12/2016 #11 Migdalia Burgos
    Fantastic post, and great for all of the fans of olive oil who want to learn more. Thank you!
    Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    05/12/2016 #10 Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    #9 It麓s a delicious oil!;)@Donna-Luisa Eversley.,thanks for commenting and sharing! Kind regards!!
    Donna-Luisa Eversley
    05/12/2016 #9 Donna-Luisa Eversley
    Wow..I love olives, and use olive oil. Thanks for sharing this information.Very useful @Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    05/12/2016 #8 Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    #7 I will do it, do it, do not doubt it, @Irene Hackett ;);).Thank you so much for you excellent comment. Regards!
    Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    05/12/2016 #6 Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    #3 Thank you so much, @Mamen 馃悵 Delgado馃槉馃槉. So cute...
    Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    05/12/2016 #5 Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    #2 I hope you find it,@Deb 馃悵 Helfrich because it's delicious. It's unique. We can also try to send you from here if there is a problem;);). Regards!!
    Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    05/12/2016 #4 Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque
    #1 Thank you so much for sharing, @Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman! It is important for me that people know the wonderful olive oil of my region! Kind regards!
    Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    05/12/2016 #3 Mamen 馃悵 Delgado
    Great translation of your Spanish Producer @Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque!!! Good job! 馃憦馃憦馃憦
    Thanks for tagging me @Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman, so nice... 馃槏馃槝
    Deb 馃悵 Helfrich
    05/12/2016 #2 Deb 馃悵 Helfrich
    Over here we use the abbreviation is EVOO and it is easy to tell those who know a little bit about it, because 80% of the bottles bought in the US are right next to the cooktop... So wasteful to cook with such a great tasting oil, which should really be mixed freshly into dressing while the vegetables are being chopped.

    I will see if I can find some straight from Ja茅n, @Paz馃悵 Hueso Luque, as now I am very curious about the taste.
    Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman
    05/12/2016 #1 Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman
    Thank you, Maria. I am a fan of olive oil and find your buzz interesting and informative. Sharing.
    cc @Deb 馃悵 Helfrich @Donna-Luisa Eversley @Mamen 馃悵 Delgado @Irene Hackett @David B. Grinberg @Augusto Santos
  24. Virginia Artist

    Virginia Artist

    01/12/2016
    Virginia Artist
    Carciofi ripieni di patate
    niume.com The artichoke (cynaria scolymus)is a plant of Mediterranean origin, with a sturdy trunk and branching, and its height can reach one meter and twenty centimeters. The artichoke is a vegetable and eaten well known since ancient times. He was used as a...
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    Enrico Sasso
    01/12/2016 #1 Enrico Sasso
    Prover貌 e ti dico! ;)
  25. Stephane 馃悵 Fenner
    This map of every pub in the UK is somewhat reassuring
    Stephane 馃悵 Fenner
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    Anil Kumar
    19/12/2016 #6 Anil Kumar
    Any vancancy for Sr Bartender let me know
    9611537254
    brettleeanil@gmail.com
    from bangalore
    Michele Basile
    30/11/2016 #5 Anonymous
    #3 Yes Paul! I agree, in Spain there is a bar/pub for every citizen!
    Stephane 馃悵 Fenner
    30/11/2016 #4 Stephane 馃悵 Fenner
    Thank you @Paul Burge for sharing.
    Paul Burge
    30/11/2016 #3 Paul Burge
    Wow! I'd be intrigued to see the same map for Spain, I think there are even more...Cheers!
    Stephane 馃悵 Fenner
    30/11/2016 #1 Stephane 馃悵 Fenner
    Find here the interactive map: http://www.math.uwaterloo.ca/tsp/road/uk24727_tour.html
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