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Community Quiz: What Is Your Love Language?
Are you speaking the correct language for your love life!? Answer all five questions and add up your points. When you're finished, scroll down for your results! Did you answer all the questions?! Don't scroll down until you do! ~~~~~~~~~ Are you really done!? 1 - 5 Points: Spanish! Your language of love is a language of passion and romance. Its similar enough to English that with a bit of studying you can hold conversations and whisper sweet Spanish nothings into your lovers ear. "Tu quieres comer unos tacos conmigo?" always works! 6 - 10 Points: French! You're willing to conquer all those accent marks and silent letters for romance, and that's pretty alluring. The pronunciation might be hard to get around but once you've got that rough 'R' sound down you are ready for love! 11 - 15 Points: German Forget measly accent marks! You're in for the long haul and that means all new grammar! You're not afraid to try out the huge words like lebensabschnittgefährter (which 1. yes, is a real word and 2. means your lover or partner for the day lol) 16 - 20 Points: Farsi This gorgeous language has faint French tones and a stunning alphabet (same script as Arabic but totally different pronunciation) You'll be stealing all the hearts when you can call someone "the fire of my heart." 21 - 25 Points: Korean Your love languages is one of the hardest languages to learn, but you're willing to take that risk. Dive into the world of new grammar and a whole new alphabet for this language of love which is filled with cute phrases to play with! (Shout out to @kpopandkimchi for teaching me how to even make these quizzes!) What language did you get? Do you already speak it?! Share your results in the comments! (Let me know in the comments if you'd like to be tagged or follow my Love Quiz Collection)
Was ist Haustechnik in München?
Hausautomationssysteme sind einer der Bereiche, in denen uns die Technologiewelt, die immer mehr Fortschritt versprach, Komfort bietet. Dank dieser Technologien können Sie Ihren Komfort in Ihrem Zuhause maximieren und sich sicherer fühlen. Mit Smart-Home-Systemen können Sie an jedem Punkt Ihres Hauses die Kontrolle übernehmen, auch wenn Sie nicht zu Hause sind, können Sie die gewünschten Eingriffe durchführen. Smart Home-Systeme bieten Komfort, Komfort, Komfort und Sicherheit in jedem Aspekt Ihres Lebens. Smarte Gebäudetechnik lässt sich auf viele Faktoren wie Beleuchtung, Heizung, Küchenutensilien und Sicherheit in Ihrem Zuhause anwenden. Was ist Haustechnik in München? Intelligente Systemtechnologien, die in Häusern verwendet werden, sind ziemlich umfangreich. Systeme wie Hausautomation, Fernbedienungssysteme, Beleuchtungssysteme, die das Lichtniveau anpassen, Kamera-Sicherheitssysteme, automatische Türöffnungssysteme, Heizsysteme, die die Haustemperatur auf einem optimalen Niveau halten, Systeme, die den Kombikessel oder die Klimaanlage steuern, Roboter Staubsauger und smarte Steckdosen kommen in der Gebäudetechnik zum Einsatz. sind Beispiele für Systeme. Wie verwendet man Heimtechnologien? Smart Home-Technologiesysteme werden von Tag zu Tag beliebter. Während Haustechnik München ein komfortables und sicheres Leben bietet, sparen Sie dank verschiedener Sensoren, Fernbedienungen und Touchscreens Zeit. Dank Smart-Home-Technik können Sie die meisten Ihrer Hausaufgaben, die zu Ihrem täglichen Leben gehören, problemlos und mit viel weniger Aufwand erledigen. Dank Sensoren können Ihre Lichter beispielsweise automatisch ein- und ausgeschaltet werden. Dank der Kameras und Sensoren, die sich innerhalb oder außerhalb Ihres Hauses befinden, können Sie alle Ihre Familienmitglieder schützen. Ein weiteres Beispiel sind Smart Plugs. Intelligente Steckdosen, die von Menschen, die viel im Haushalt beschäftigt sind, bevorzugt werden sollten, kontrollieren Ihren Energieaufwand und sparen Geld, und Sie müssen nicht in einen Zustand des Zögerns geraten, als ob Sie etwas in der Steckdose vergessen hätten. Smart Remotes sind Geräte, mit denen Sie Ihr Zuhause jederzeit und von jedem Punkt aus steuern können. Genau wie die Logik der Fernbedienung des Fernsehers können Sie Ihren Fernseher mit einer einzigen Taste ein- und ausschalten. Ein weiteres Beispiel bezieht sich auf die Türöffnungssysteme Ihrer Häuser. Sie haben beispielsweise Ihren Schlüssel vergessen und anstatt lange draußen zu warten und mit herkömmlichen Methoden zu arbeiten, können Sie dieses Problem dank der neuesten Technologie intelligenter Anwendungen einfach lösen. Gleichzeitig können Sie in den Heiz- und Kühlprozessen Ihres Hauses es mit smarter Systemtechnik auf der gewünschten Temperatur halten und dank der von uns angebotenen Gebäudetechnik Energie sparen.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Shot Glasses
In honor of National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, here is a deliciously fun way to get your chocolate chip cookie fix during happy hour: Chocolate Chip Cookie Shot Glasses! And in case you think I am making this holiday up, you can find it , and a ton of other national holidays that will blow your mind at National Day Calendar online. This 4 1/2 star recipe comes from All Recipes user, Nicole Faust Hunt, called "Absolutely The Best Chocolate Chip Cookies." To make the shot glasses, you will need a 'popover' pan. Otherwise, you can make these using small cupcake pans. However, the shape of the glass will not look like a shot glass. Ingredients: 1 cup butter flavored shortening (not butter) 3/4 cup white sugar 3/4 cup brown sugar 2 eggs 2 teaspoons Mexican vanilla extrac t2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 2 cups milk chocolate chips Chocolate candy melts (for later) Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease the pan. In a large bowl, cream together the butter flavored shortening, brown sugar and white sugar until light and fluffy. Add the eggs one at a time, beating well with each addition, then stir in the vanilla .Combine the flour, baking soda and salt; gradually stir into the creamed mixture. Finally, fold in the chocolate chips. Press the cookie dough into the popover pan bottom and sides. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes in the preheated oven, until light brown. Allow cookies to cool on baking sheet for 5 minutes before removing to a wire rack to cool completely. Separately, melt the chocolate candy melts in a microwave or a double boiler. Once the cookie shot glasses have cooled, spoon in the candy melts, covering the bottom and inside cookie walls. This will harden relatively quick, or you can put it in the fridge. This coating will prevent liquids from being absorbed into the cookie. After this is all done, fill these with milk for the 20 and younger crowd or click here for imbibery goodness that you can fill your chocolate chip cookie shot glasses with!
Jaeger Schnitzel with Venison (a Traditional German Dish)
Jaeger schnitzel is a classic hunter's meal. The term literally means "hunter's cutlets" in German. The dish is now normally made with pork now, and chicken fried steak is believed to be an adaptation from the original recipe brought to the US by German immigrants. Traditionally, jaeger schnitzel was made with venison or wild boar backstrap, pounded thinly. The dish is essentially a thin cutlet of meat served with a mushroom gravy. Potatoes are the traditional side dish, but they can be boiled, mashed, made into a salad, or however you like them. Like I said, this is a man's meal. The only green on the plate is some parsley. Serves 4 - 4 venison or wild boar medallions, duck breasts, or 2 venison hearts - Salt - 1 to 1 1/2 pounds mixed fresh mushrooms, cleaned and roughly chopped - 1/2 yellow onion, roughly chopped - 5 tablespoons bacon fat, lard or butter, divided - Flour for dusting (optional) - 2 tablespoons flour - 1 cup venison, duck or beef stock - 2-4 tablespoons cream - Black pepper to taste If you are using venison hearts, cut them open from top to bottom and trim off any fat or vein-y bits. Trim any excess meat so the heart lays more or less flat. Place the heart — or venison or boar medallion, or duck breast — between two pieces of plastic wrap and pound until the meat is about 1/4 inch thick. Do this firmly, but don’t wail on the meat or you will tear it. Trim the cutlets to an even shape if you want. Pour the stock into a small pot and bring to a simmer. Set a large saute pan over high heat for 1 minute, then add the mushrooms to the hot, dry pan. Shake them around so they don’t stick too much and cook the mushrooms until they give up their water, about 3-4 minutes. Add 2 tablespoons of the bacon fat and onions and stir-fry them until the onions begin to brown, about 3 minutes. Remove the mushrooms and onions and set aside. Dust the cutlets in flour if you want to. Add the remaining bacon fat to the saute pan and let it heat up over medium-high heat for 1 minute. Do not let it smoke. Sear the cutlets for 90 seconds on the first side. Keep them from curling up with a spatula. Flip the cutlets and sear another 90 seconds for medium doneness. Remove the cutlets to a plate. Add the 2 tablespoons flour and mix with the fat in the pan. Turn the heat to medium and let the flour-and-fat mixture cook for 3-4 minutes, until it is the color of coffee-with-cream. Whisk in the hot stock, plus any juices that have come off the cutlets while they rest. You should have a thick gravy. If it is thin, let this boil down a minute or two. If it is really thick, turn off the heat, wait for the sauce to stop bubbling and stir in the cream. Add salt and black pepper to taste. Add the mushrooms and onions back to the pan and toss to coat in the sauce. Pour this over the cutlets and serve at once.