Chocolate Tarts!

Chocolate Tarts!

SamanaQaseem Just now·2 min read Chocolate tarts perfect combo with your evening tea/coffee. Original Picture By Samana Qaseem (author) Servings: 9tarts Prep Time: 20 mins Cook Time: 20 mins Passive Time: 1 hr 10 mins The Shells: ⅓ cup unsalted butter (75 gr), softened2 tbsp sugar1 egg yolk, room temperature1 tsp vanilla extract1 cup all-purpose flour (130 gr) The Chocolate Filling: 4 oz semisweet chocolate (110 g)½ cup heavy cream (125 ml) The Shells: In a bowl, add butter and sugar. Mix with a spatula. Then add in the yolk, vanilla extract and mix everything together.Lastly, add flour and bring everything together into a dough. Place it on a cling film, flattening it a bit, wrap it and chill in the fridge for 30 minutes or until it’s manageable.Take a piece of dough and press it evenly into a 2.5 inch (6.5 cm) tart mold. Cut off excess dough with a knife. Using a fork, prick the base so that it doesn’t puff up while baking. Repeat the same with the rest of the dough. Place them on a baking tray. Place them in the freezer for 10 minutes.Bake in a preheated oven at 340ºF (170ºC) on the lowest rack for...
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Merrni pasaportën tuaj të re, licencën e makinës, kartat e identitetit, SSN, IELTS / TOEFL DHE…

Merrni pasaportën tuaj të re, licencën e makinës, kartat e identitetit, SSN, IELTS / TOEFL DHE…
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Date Biscuit Rolls!!

Date Biscuit Rolls!!

SamanaQaseem ·Just now I love these biscuits; they are easy to make. I like dates when combined with biscuits. They are healthy, homemade, and easy to prepare. These date rolls only require 3 ingredients. These 3 ingredients are mostly available at home. Let's dive into the recipe. Original Picture by Samana Qaseem (Author) Butter — 1/2 cup Dates — 1 & 1/2 cup (deseeded) Marie biscuit — 12 (crushed) Or Digestive 12 (crushed) I used digestives. Original Picture by Samana Qaseem (Author) Take a pan, add butter, let it melt a bit, then add the deseeded dates. Now add the crushed digestive biscuits. Combine well. Take it out on a plate. Let it cool for 2 — 3 mins and then make a roll. Cover it tightly in foil paper, pack it. Refrigerate for 2–3 hours. Take it out, cut it into slices. Garnish with some sesame seeds. Enjoy!!! Original link(Originally posted by SamanaQaseem)
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Are You Ready to Eat “Cultivated” Meat?

Are You Ready to Eat “Cultivated” Meat?
Jeff Valdivia Just now·4 min read A renaissance in meat production is upon us. Photo by Aurélien Lemasson-Théobald on Unsplash We’ve got a problem. By 2050, it’s estimated that there will be close to 10 billion people on this planet. That’s 2 billion more people than today. And to feed them all, we’re going to need to raise and slaughter 70%-100% more animals. At any given moment, there are about 3 times more chickens, cows, pigs, and sheep than people. But, that number pales in comparison to the number of animals we eat. About 50 billion chickens alone are slaughtered for food each year. So, what’s the problem? After all, we’ve always eaten meat. As a species, we’ve raised and slaughtered animals for thousands of years. What’s so important about right now that makes it worth our time and effort to reconsider our long-standing relationship with meat? This is a complicated question with a multifaceted answer. Here are some brief considerations: We need an alternative — one that gives people the taste and texture of the meat they love, but without all these messy problems. But, what is that alternative? Imagine you could take one cell from an animal, a chicken,...
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Why should we have “Healthy Food” instead of “Junk Food”?

Why should we have “Healthy Food” instead of “Junk Food”?

Am Naqvi Just now·5 min read As we all know that food is a source of energy that our body required. Food should have all the basic nutrients that are necessary for our body. But in the process of choosing food for ourselves, we usually avoid these essential requirements and run towards the taste. It really becomes the cause of numerous health issues in human beings. For example, heart failure, renal failure, lung disease, ulcer, and so on. We neglect these issues to have our temporary pleasures. Whenever we all have a chance to go out to have food, we mostly choose to have junk food that is enriched with fat, sugar, protein, and high calories. We know that protein is good for health but “excess of everything is bad”. We should take these things in a minimal amount to have a healthy life. It is said that: “Health is Wealth”. So, we should have good food to gain energy and to maintain our healthy lifestyle. Let’s have a look at what is healthy food and unhealthy food. Healthy food should have all the nutrients essential for our body and these we can get from grains, meat vegetables, fruits, etc. If...
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Travel in Hangzhou | Embrace the History and Deliciousness

Travel in Hangzhou | Embrace the History and Deliciousness
Travel in Hangzhou | Embrace the History and Deliciousness HeFang Street & South Song Royal Street About 1000 years ago, HangZhou was chosen as the capital city of South Song Dynasty. The royal touch on HangZhou left many historical relics which reflects the opulence of the capital city. HeFang Street and South Song Royal Street are the essence of the commercial prosperity and lifestyle in ancient HangZhou. These two pedestrian streets areas are adjacent to each other, both embodiments of the creative balance of historical buildings with modern commercials. Ornate wooden and stone decoration on the historical building, originated in Ming and Qing dynasty, transport visitors back to hundreds of years ago. The unique culture, architecture, ambience, food, crafts of HeFang Street and the Royal Street all draw special attention from both locals and visitors. These streets wear the thousand-year history with elegant but convivial pride: streams running along the cobblestone street; artisanally designed historical style architecture standing on both sides of the street; galleries, restaurants, boutiques, putting the spotlight on local crafts and cuisines. Food & Restaurant Befitting the praise that HangZhou is the “heaven on earth”, HangZhou not only offers West Lake for the visual indulgent, but also features...
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2006 NBA Re-Draft: Lottery Edition

2006 NBA Re-Draft: Lottery Edition
A look back at the 2006 NBA Draft — The top NBA players from the 2006 Draft Class. Continue reading on Basketball University » Original linkOriginal author: Jeffrey Genao
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Most wins in UFC by divisions

Most wins in UFC by divisions
5. Flyweight Division — Demetrious Johnson (13 wins) Continue reading on Rate My Fighting » Original linkOriginal author: memeparty
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Sustainable Fishing Post-Pandemic: How Technology is Driving Change

Sustainable Fishing Post-Pandemic: How Technology is Driving Change

Madison Mossman Just now·4 min read Fishing at sunset. Photo via Phil Dimashq No matter what winter feels like in San Diego, nothing beats the warm dose of Vitamin D that I feel in the morning as I drag my kayak and five-pound fishing pole down to the Carlsbad Lagoon. While many of us remain in various stages of the stay-at-home mandates issued worldwide, fishing has given me plenty of opportunities to spend some time out in nature and celebrate the ocean for all the beautiful things it has to offer. On top of that, one of the most powerful parts of the sport is the shared emotions of catching (or not catching) a fish that creates a strong sense of purpose for many people who are yearning for meaningful relationships during this unprecedented time. Nonetheless, the sport has also enabled me to filter out unnecessary aspects of my life and concentrate on everything that is — whether its day-to-day happiness or life-changing decisions. While the majority of society spends most of their time subconsciously scrolling through their social media or directing their attention to mood-boosting apps during COVID-19, the actual act of fishing and being “in the zone” has given...
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Meet Cheryl Johnson: ICU nurse turned Volunteer of the Year

Meet Cheryl Johnson: ICU nurse turned Volunteer of the Year

HOPE Atlanta Just now·3 min read Celebrating the unsung heroes among us during National Volunteer Month At 458 Ponce de Leon Avenue sits an unassuming brick building on the campus of Grace United Methodist Church. Inside, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, humble heroes gather. This is the home of Downtown Atlanta’s Women’s Community Kitchen, a steadfast source of hot meals for women and children in need. Founded in 1984 as a program of Action Ministries (and now part of HOPE Atlanta), the Community Kitchen not only provides some 20,000 meals per year. It’s evolved into a welcoming community for women to feel supported amid challenges like poverty, job loss, or housing insecurity. And it’s run almost entirely by volunteers like Cheryl Johnson. A former ICU nurse, Johnson’s instinct to care for others runs deep. Four years ago, although she was a full-time caregiver to her parents, she still wanted to do more. She jumped at the opportunity to volunteer at the Women’s Community Kitchen. “There’s a certain population that I feel very passionate about and I feel very concerned about,” she said. “I feel like there’s so much to be done. Having food, medicine, and shelter is a basic right.”...
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