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Here are today’s five food finds about cream puffs: The cream puff is also know as “profiterole.” While the origin is obscure, the cream puff was introduced in France by Caterina de Medici, the wife of Henry II of France. The “cream puff” first appeared on US restaurant menus since 1851. The world’s largest cream […]
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One of my favourite places to visit whilst being home has always been Bath. Only a twenty minute drive from Bristol, a last minute plan to visit the Christmas markets was definitely a good one.After being home and getting straight back into work, we were in need of a bit of Christmas. We are currently […]
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Have you seen another day like this?
Which one do you like most?
[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″ admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” background_size=”initial”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”left” border_style=”solid” _builder_version=”3.0.63″] JULY 21, 2017 | NATIONAL JUNK FOOD DAY NATIONAL JUNK FOOD DAY Each year on July 21st we observe National Junk Food Day. This day is dedicated to the foods that everyone loves to snack on. Junk foods by definition are usually high in […]
via July 21, 2017 – NATIONAL JUNK FOOD DAY — National Day Calendar
Food from different country Algeria
Food from different country, Algeria. We are talking about food here, People in Algeria eat bread every day. Usually they eat French loaf, flat,wheat bread.
Couscous is the national dish, they mix sometimes ginger, saffron,onion,garlic.
Cumin ,parsley,cinnamon,coriander, mint are important part of the meal.
Mint is the most important part of the tea too. They drink coffee also.
Algeria families are very humble and share food always.
The delicious Disney MINNIE MOUSE Cake. For wonderful Disneyland lover babies.:)
Hawaii isn’t the only series of islands formed from underwater volcanic eruptions. In 2014, a massive eruption formed the new island of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai. But there’s something about this island that has scientists stumped. Watch a brand new island form. You’re watching the evolution of a brand new island. Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai formed in 2014 after an underwater volcanic eruption breached the surface. Nearby tourists filmed the huge explosion. Flights had to be diverted around it. When the smoke cleared, a small island was visible. It’s located about 400 miles southeast of Fiji in the Pacific. It’s only about a mile long. It was expected to wash away after a few months. Now, three years later, it’s still here. These images show how it’s been holding up over the years. This is the first time satellites could see an island forming. Scientists still don’t know how the island has lasted this long. One theory is that warm seawater interacted with the ash to form a hardier rock surface. Scientists soon hope to run chemical analysis on rock samples. To unlock the secrets of this young, mysterious island.