Say (almost) anything #138. Celebrate International Chocolate Day!!!!
Lu tau makanan paling simple tapi enak?
when many things go wrong, just enjoy a cup of coffee and take a deep breath. i love cold brew coffee
Ini namanya Gorengan Bala~bala cok…
When Richard Nixon visited Beijing in 1972, he ate shaved ice, or bao bing (pronounced bow-BING), with Mao Zedong during a state dinner. Composed of thinly-shaven sheets of ice covered in sweet, Southeast Asian toppings, bao bing is as visually stunning as it is surprising to first-time tasters. Chinese diners enjoyed this icy sweet more than 1,000 years ago, and have since brought bao bing appreciation to Taiwan. Americans began eating bao bing decades ago (one New York Times article discusses the frozen novelty’s “Americanization,” circa 1989). Since then, the dessert has gained fans worldwide, with vendors and chefs often adapting their versions with local toppings.
There’s an idea specially if you seed save.
my favorite roasted lamb fried rice. so mouthwatering and tasty. you can find it at Burger Bakar Masjid Tanah restaurant. you will not regret.
This is a macaroni and cheese ball, never had one before. It was so good, like cheesy noodley fried heaven.
HAVE A DELICIOUS FOOD
THE BRIGADEIRO, ONE OF BRAZIL’S most distinctive desserts, is a dense, sticky confection. It’s crafted from condensed milk, cocoa powder, and butter, and often rolled in chocolate sprinkles. Decadent ingredients aside, the brigadeiro has an unusual origin story. It became popular in the 1940s, when rations made condensed milk a wildly popular substitute for desserts. Lore holds that around this time, women sold these treats at rallies advocating for presidential candidate and Air Force Brigadier Eduardo Gomes, during the first Brazilian national election in which all women were able to vote.
"Sego Liwet Solo" is the best traditional food from Solo, Indonesia.
steak time….with gravy black pepper sauce..it will make your day happy .trust me
Cold somen noodles with lettuce, bean sprouts, tomatoes, tuna, boiled eggs…
Thai sweets, called khanom, are often characterized by their interesting shapes and vibrant colors. They’re all made from three principal ingredients—flour, sugar, and coconut—but hundreds of variations exist. Leum kleun is a unique khanom that’s so silky smooth, its name translates to “I forgot I swallowed.”
Seems the season demands for It.. a well roasted corn goes alongside with a nice taste of coconut ..
Abdoogh khiar, Tehran, Iran 😋
Mangosteen in every bite, sweet and sour. It works wonders also in salty dish as well. Delicious 👌
The only good thing about early morning…
When a century-old food tradition is protected by law, it’s probably worth a try, especially if its primary ingredients include flour, butter, and sugar. In Poznán, Poland, one baked good enjoys such status: the St. Martin’s croissant. As the story goes, after hearing a sermon at St. Martin’s church in the late 19th century, one local baker, taking to heart the priest’s message about being charitable toward the poor, created a croissant for distributing to those in need. Having recently watched a horse lose its shoe, the baker shaped the pastry into its now-characteristic horseshoe shape. He shared the treats with the poor, and a warmhearted tradition was born.
Going vegan just because it is food for the soul and healthy :))
it's a jelly and lechy soup. hmm yummy.. 😊
How to Bake an Apple Pie from Scratch
Zahle is Lebanon's only UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy! 🇱🇧
Spaghetti with sausages, green peppers and onion
For hundreds of years, children (and adults) in Japan gathered to watch their local amezaiku maker put on a show. Using bare hands, artisans mold hot rice syrup into fabulous shapes-on-a-stick, both lifelike and fantastical. Makers can add details using tiny scissors, pulling at the cooling taffy-like mass to create fins and wings. In the past, these crafty confectioners would use straws to gently inflate the candy figurines. But amezaiku comes with a time limit. Within minutes, the sugar hardens permanently, meaning artisans need to work fast and with precision. But the result—ephemeral, artistic lollipops—is worth it.
Which the differences among products light, diet and the common items?
Catholicism and wine cross paths throughout history and literature. Jesus turned water into wine. Some wineries survived Prohibition by producing still-legal sacramental wine. Mass-goers still drink wine as part of the sacred Communion ritual. And now, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland, California, is turning grapes grown in their cemeteries into bottles of reds and whites fit for a graveyard picnic.
my dish . crispy pork belly with my special sauce 😉😋😋
Dear Tess,We don’t know each other.In fact, until several weeks ago, I had never heard of you.Then you appeared as the cover star of Cosmopolitan magazine, wearing a green swimsuit and blowing a kiss under the headline: ‘A SUPERMODEL ROARS! TESS HOLLIDAY WANTS THE HATERS TO KISS HER ASS.’It was a very striking, newsworthy cover because you are 5ft 3in and weigh over 300lbs.