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Garlic Bread by siynemgultekin
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hungry-tummy · 2 years
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Steak w/ Hasselback Potatoes - menwiththepot
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Video by dailycatalan on Instagram.
She’s making panellets, the traditional dessert for the Catalan festivities of la Castanyada (October 31st) and Tots Sants (November 1st). You can find the recipe written down (in English or in Catalan) in the Instagram post.
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mizar113 · 1 year
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Easily done over a campfire.
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everybody-loves-to-eat · 10 months
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nomsandtreats · 2 months
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muni_gurume_japan: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cil7NqjgqlX
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oh-niceskirt · 7 months
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theartofmany · 8 days
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There is nothing like great food. But what about great food inspired by one of the greatest anime movies? From Youtube channel Babish Culinary Universe: Spirited Away Feast | Anime with Alvin
Enjoy...
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brownsugar-dreams · 2 years
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Enhance Your Vibe In The Kitchen
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Cooking and baking are such great ways to increase your vibe and get creative! Test your baking skills with this relavitely easy and fun dessert recipe. Perfect for kitchen witches, project bakers, or anyone who loves watching cooking videos.
Cooking releases endorphins in our brain that enhance our mood.
The pleasant smell activates the olfactory sense and sends neural signals to fire in your brain.
Using your hands keeps the motor system sharp and working.
Creating something yourself increases your energy and elevates your vibe, helping you to have a more positive outlook.
Cooking is another great way to get yourself out of a funk or low vibrating mood. Even just watching cooking videos can begin to stimulate visual creativity centers in your brain and elevate your mood.
How to make Baked Buttermilk Donuts ft voiceovers from Brown Sugar Doc, The Podcast - episode Energy Alignment with Goals
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foxestacado · 7 months
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In which I created a Sherlock-inspired afternoon tea for myself! For the Foodie February episode of @threepatchpodcast, we each made an afternoon tea inspired by one of the characters of BBC’s Sherlock. I chose Mycroft! And I created a menu that I thought he would enjoy. Watch the video to see how I put it all together. 
The menu included: (1) salmon sashimi and caviar amuse-bouche (2) raspberry scones, served with lemon curd and clotted cream (3) salmon and avocado open-faced sandwich with wasabi and seaweed cream cheese (4) sausage roll (5) lobster roll (6) coronation chicken finger sandwich (7) tiramisu with lady finger cake and Irish crème liqueur. 
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Heart Shaped Strawberry Chocolate Cake by Cooking tree 쿠킹트리
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newlullabies · 1 year
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today I made peach drinks 🍑
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hungry-tummy · 5 months
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| Chicken Tikka Masala | Recipe in Caption
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useless-catalanfacts · 5 months
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Making coca de Sant Joan, the traditional sweet flatbread eaten on the festivity of Sant Joan (Saint John, the summer solstice) in Catalonia.
This is the version with candied fruit and pine nuts. Another version of the same coca is made with custard cream and pine nuts.
Video credits: Forn l'Eixample bakery in the Concepció Market (Barcelona). Shared on Instagram by Cultura Popular Barcelona.
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e-ziara · 11 months
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Here, I'm giving you an egg from my shakshuka 🥚 I like how the aroma rises
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old-type-40 · 11 months
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"What I've found is as I get older is that future me becomes present me much quicker than it used to... And that future me who is now present me doesn't appreciate what past me has done to me."
Kenji Lopez-Alt's videos come with lots of useful cooking info with a side of wit and the occasional bit of philosophical musing.
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