This looks like true story.:)
The students who are still in High School even though they graduated on High School is what we called Senior High School and the students lower than them is what we called Junior High School. They are under the K to 12 curriculum, this is implemented by the government. The government added two years in High […]
via Life of Being a Senior High High School — Dexter’s Blog
Amazing presentation for delicious food.:)
Eating food from different countries and cooking different kind of food. In my opinion it will be good for brain and heart too.
On my India trip exploring the Golden Triangle, I was surprised to discover that so many things that I’d thought were quintessentially British, were actually originally from the Asian country. India has given us lots: Polo (the sport, not the mint), jodhpurs for horse riding, the board games chess and “Snakes and Ladders”, even the […]
via A taste of India: an authentic cookery lesson in Jaipur. — Always Carry On.
Beautiful apiece of “Art.”:)
Warmer temperatures and longer days have me yearning for Spring! I’ve started getting into gardening again. While I was propagating succulents I thought, “Why not crochet one?”. This thought prompted a crochet succulent journey. I’ve experimented with a few patterns & techniques to come up with something that I think looks really true to nature. […]
via Crochet Succulents — Picot Pals
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Beignets are commonly known in New Orleans as a breakfast served with powdered sugar on top.
Our kids tried, Beignets in Disneyland.
Kids liked it so we try to find it Bay Area. We found many restaurants in San Francisco who make Beignets.
San Francisco is little far, but one Bakery on Castro we used to go is closed now.
It is funny for so many years we were going to Castro Bakery we never pay attention what other things they have and never tried other things.
I found one restaurant near Stanford village.
Beignets are traditionally prepared right before consumption to be eaten fresh and hot.
Variations of fried dough can be found across cuisines internationally.
The origin of the term beignet is specifically French.
In the United States, beignets have been popular within New Orleans Creole cuisine and are customarily served as a dessert or in some sweet variation:)
We can modify to have Vegan or Vegetarian using vegan cheese, vegetarian tofurky.:)