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The Harry Potter World Food Seems As Magical As It Looks
You'll never believe what's on the menu. It may not be full of magic potions and jumping chocolate frogs but its pretty darn close. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Studios L.A. has rolled out its menu for the Hogsmeade village including the Three Broomsticks Pub. Ultimately, the food is your typical American grub with British charm. After all, Americans don't need an exact British menu because we already have an American wizarding school for our magical students or what the kids in the states call now-a-days "no maj". To win over any tourist, one must be impressed by food presentation, atmosphere, and service. J.K. Rowling will not let any of these circumstances go to waste as she continues to boast her billion dollar brand. Below is the list of things the menu entails and it looks pretty promising. Obviously there will be alcohol for adults and butter-beer for the kids. In my opinion that sounds like a pretty fun time and I'm sure the food has been tested by many gourmet chefs to make for perfect results. You'll be able to chow down starting April 7th. Breakfast I dare you to figure out which is the American inspired dishes and which are the British inspired dishes. "Traditional" is a key word in their breakfast presentation. You've got plenty of syrup and bacon. However there's also potatoes, eggs, sausage, croissants, and some hardy meats. Obviously you've seen these foods a million times before but its more for the atmosphere of waking up and enjoying the most important meal of the day in Harry Potter's world. Kid's Menu Automatically, the only thing that I want are the chicken fingers in this picture. Obviously the grapes look pretty appetizing and the potatoes wedges are a nice touch. And if you're going for a more Brit lunch, you can get some fish and chips. I'm sure the macaroni and cheese is delicious because if kids are eating this, it better be tolerable because they are not one to hold back their opinion. Lunch Your generic soup and salad lunch combo. Though they are presented very Panera like, they're probably named something goofy. A fish and chips dinner is always a viable fried choice if you're into that type of thing but a chicken pot pie is definitely your better option. I have to admit that the food styling of the chicken salad is absolutely stunning and definitely something that I would gawk at if served to me. Dinner Very hardy, very meaty, and very traditional. There's a lot of incorporation of vegetables and sauces to make it more authentic. The portions do seem rather large and definitely fresh. I'm not sure if I'm too impressed with the dinner since it seems almost too stereotypical American but I guess it does fit the pub atmosphere. I guess we'll just have to wait and see what people think. Dessert Yes, just go for it. Enjoy!
Meatless Monday Recipe: Red Lentil & Root Veggie Dal
I love Indian food. I love the unique spices and the savory flavors and the fact that it really is so healthy. (As long as you stay away from the cream-heavy sauces, that is!) My favorite Indian restaurant always serves up their meals with a small bowl of dal, traditional curried lentils, and sometimes I want dal more than I want my actual meal! Here is a really great recipe for making dal with red lentils and root veggies like parsnip, turnip, and carrots. You can enjoy it as a side that's about 240 calories or serve it over brown basmati rice for a terrific and light meal! --------------------------------------------------- Red Lentil & Root Veggie Dal 2 teaspoons olive oil 1 medium-sized onion, diced finely 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes 2 teaspoons coriander seeds, crushed 2 - 3 teaspoons mild curry powder (I would start with 2 teaspoons and add more to taste at the end.) 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1/4 teaspoon ground cardamom 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 1/4 teaspoons salt 4 cups vegetable broth 1 cup dried red lentils 3/4 pound parsnip, peeled and diced into 1/2-inch pieces (about 2 cups) 3/4 pound rutabaga or turnip, peeled and diced into 1/2-inch pieces (about 2 cups) 1 cup baby carrots, cut into 1/2-inch pieces Lime slices, for serving (optional) 1. Preheat a 4-quart pot over medium-high heat. Saute the onions in the oil until translucent, about 4 minutes. Add the garlic, ginger, and red pepper flakes, and saute for another minute. 2. Add the remaining spices and salt, and saute for about 30 seconds, then add the broth, lentils, and the remaining vegetables. Cover the pot and bring to a boil, keeping a close eye on it. Once it's boiling, lower the heat to a simmer and cook for about 20 minutes, until the lentils are creamy and the vegetables are soft. If necessary, thin the soup by adding up to a cup of water. Taste for salt and seasonings. 3. Let the soup sit for 10 minutes or so for maximum flavor. Serve garnished with lime slices.
6 điều bạn cần biết trước khi du lịch đến London
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Know How to Enjoy Culinary Travel Around the World
If you follow travel industry trends, you have probably noticed the increasing number of culinary travel blogs that talk about gastronomic delights from around the world. From hidden ramen spots in Tokyo to Michelin restaurants in Madrid to mom-and-pop eateries in Marrakech, these blogs make you want to pack your bags and hop on a plane to try the flavors of the word. Indeed, culinary travel blogs are showing the growing interest of tourists in food and wine tourism. But what exactly is culinary travel and why is it big right now? While culinary travel blogs have just become phenomenal, they are not entirely new. People have been going to different parts of the globe to taste and discover different kinds of cuisine for centuries. But today's generation of travelers want to share every epic foodie moment on their social media, whether they tried fried insects from a local food stall or splurged on a 10-course meal in a celebrity-chef restaurant in Dubai. This is why tour operators now provide tour packages designed for food enthusiasts and even for serious gourmands. By joining one, you won’t just enjoy a gastronomic adventure—you will also be able to visit incredible destinations and even pick up some cooking skills along the way. According to various culinary travel blogs, here are some of the best ways to get the most out of culinary travel packages. Learn food history Culinary tourism is not only about specialty dining experiences. Of course you will visit various restaurants, cafes, and bistros, but it's a lot more than that. The best trips let you meet with chefs and take part in food seminars and events. Culinary travel packages allow you to learn about local culinary cultures and customs. You will explore age-old cooking traditions and uncover the history of certain cuisines, discovering how they have evolved over the years. Cook local dishes It's one thing to know about how foreign dishes are made, but it's another thing to prepare and cook them yourselves. To make this trip extra memorable, take cooking lessons and learn directly from local cooks. This way, you can recreate your favorites at home. Explore the local area What better way to learn about food history than to be in the very place where the recipes originated? Some of the best culinary travel packages take you to farms and markets where you can buy and even harvestlocally growningredients yourself. About the Company Dynie Sanderson, Editor and Writer of Napa Food Gal Travels offers visitors an inspiring journey as a resource on culinary and wine destinations, luxury travel and resorts, restaurants, food and culinary events, unique get-a-ways, solo travel, and soft adventure travel. As an experienced food, wine and travel writer, Dynie’s passion for food and travel takes her to destinations near and far working in partnership with tourism boards and Destination Marketing Organizations. Dynie Sanderson has been a food, wine and travel writer for over 20 years with editorial contributions to a variety of regional lifestyle publications including being Publisher/Editor of GuestWest Magazine and Food and Flavor Editor for Napa Valley Life Magazine. Dynie – NapaFoodGal is the Editor and Content Creator for NapaFoodGalTravels as well as managing her popular social media outlets. She also is contributor to a variety of print and online publications with upcoming features to be showcased in JustLuxe, “the hotel guide”, FWT, AppleNews, Google News, USA Today 10Best and more … Today, NapaFoodGalTravels has a reach of over 200,000 people across the world between her blog and social media channels. Monthly page views per Google Analytics: 88.2K Twitter Followers: 61K Instagram Followers: 18K Facebook Fans and Friends Combined: Over 6,000
Travel Singapore: 6 Dishes You Have to Try!
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Apple Pie Chia Breakfast Parfait – No Sugar Added!
This delicious and super-healthy breakfast was dreamed up by Oh She Glows. Look how yummy!! Naturally sweet Apple Pie Chia Jam is layered with hearty overnight oats to give you all wholesome fuel you need to have a great day. It's vegan, gluten free, and totally awesome for you :) You'll love it! Apple Pie Chia Jam & Breakfast Parfait Prep Time: 15 min. Cook Time: 20 min. Chill Time: Overnight. Difficulty: Easy Photos from / Recipe adapted from Oh She Glows Makes 2 parfaits Ingredients For the apple pie jam: 3 large apples, peeled and diced 3/4 cup 100% pure apple juice 2 tablespoons chia seeds 3/4-1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract (optional) pinch of fine grain sea salt (optional) For the parfait: 1/2 cup gluten-free rolled oats 1 + 1/4 cups homemade or store-bought almond milk 2 tablespoons chia seeds 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon sweetener, to taste (optional) Apple Pie Jam (from above) Chopped toasted walnuts (optional) How to Make It (so easy!) 1. For the Jam: Combine all jam ingredients in a saucepan. Bring to a boil. Cover and simmer 15-20 mins. over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally. When apples are tender, remove from heat. Mash half the mixture and stir together, creating a thicker texture. Let cool. 2. For the overnight oats: Combine oats, chia seeds, almond milk, vanilla, and cinnamon in a small bowl and whisk to combine. Place in the fridge overnight (or for 1-2 hours minimum) to thicken. It's ready when oats are softened and liquid mostly absorbed. 3. To make parfaits: Layer the vegan overnight oats with the apple pie jam, a few spoonfuls of each per layer. Add toasted chopped walnuts on top of each layer if you like! Store leftover jam in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks. Enjoy this delicious vegan breakfast!! Your body will thank you <3 Follow my Simple Cooking and Favorite Fall Recipes collections for more easy recipes! :D And you have any requests for a recipe, never hesitate to let me know ;D
Coffee Culture In 2020
Like most societies, coffee culture is the same truly. A gathering of individuals united by a typical intrigue. What preferred spot over a coffee shop. There is consistently a buzz, and hive of movement. It draws in here and there, such huge numbers of similar individuals, and in different ways such an assortment. From businesspeople, to housewives, understudies to instructors. Several years prior, they were mainstream meeting places for craftsmen. A couple of years back, Wine Masters were springing up all over the place, and now the most recent pattern is by all accounts turning into a Barrister. We were lucky enough to have the option to talk with Winston, one of the top cutting-edge Barristers in the Country. Nowadays regardless of where I am, or what I am doing, coffee is by all accounts shouting out at me! Coffee culture, coffee culture! The vast majority have coffee making machines, and there are shops committed to selling just coffee. We are so spoilt for decision, that it is hard to tell which coffee to drink, when, where and why? I am going to a Barristers course right on time one month from now, and will be back with loads more data on what all the diverse coffee beans are, and how to pick between them. In the interim, not secure with you, yet I am getting very confounded between the various approaches to drink coffee. Gone are the days when we just had the decision between a coffee and a cappuccino. Worse still, when I grew up, we either had moment or permeated coffee. Presently we have an entire scope of approaches to drink our coffee: - Latte: A coffee blended in with a foamed milk froth. - Americana: Made by adding boiling water to a cup with a tot of coffee in it. - Iced Coffee: Chilled coffee with a touch of vanilla frozen yogurt. - Cappuccino: some coffee canvassed in a layer of foamed milk froth. - Skinny Cappuccino. Equivalent to a cappuccino, yet made with fat free milk. - Flat white: some coffee with milk. - Espresso: Extremely solid, and thick, with "crema" (coffee froth on the top). Consequently, bistro crema being an elective name for an Italian coffee. - Macchiato: some foamed milk, topped off with a coffee. - Moccachino: A bistro latte with chocolate added to it. - Frappe. A coffee with ice, served dark or white. What's more, to make coffee considerably additionally luring, numerous Countries around the globe have their own unique coffees, for example, Caffe Au Lait: France Egg Coffee: Vietnam Turkish Coffee: Turkey Bistro Bombon: Spain Bistro Cubana: Cuba Wiener: Vienna Palazzo: USA Caffe De Ola: Mexico To finish it off we have alcoholic coffee drinks, similar to an Irish coffee, Bavarian coffee, Café imperial, Kalua coffee, and even coffee mixers. I need to state that my most loved is as yet a cappuccino. It must be made with the best quality coffee beans, and overflowing over the highest point of the cup with froth. In the event that you can persuade me in any case, if it's not too much trouble share with me the manner in which you love your coffee. Winston's Interview.. How could you engage with coffee. How did everything start? Without romanticizing excessively, there was a protest in my neighborhood paper about the terrible coffee served in my town. That was around 5 years back. In the wake of perusing that I began tasting various coffees attempting to make sense of what a decent mug of coffee truly was. This in the end drove me to Origin Coffee Roasting where I did a barista course while concentrating in 2013. I worked low maintenance at a roaster in Somerset West and a market in Woodstock until I finished my examinations in June 2014. I began working all day at Origin in August 2014. What makes you keep on filling in as a barista? Is the activity dull? No it's not tedious. It might appear that route in light of the fact that, on the far edge of the bar, it would seem that we're simply pouring coffee consistently yet that is a long way from it. We're utilizing various coffees consistently so there's a great deal of tasting included, the climate is continually changing which implies the coffee pours contrastingly for the duration of the day so we need to work appropriately, we meet various individuals consistently, face various difficulties every day and so forth. So distant from tedious. What's more, that is actually why I keep on filling in as a barista. Where do you discover your motivation? I discover my motivation by taking a gander at all the individuals engaged with the coffee cycle. From the rancher, to the green coffee purchaser, the roaster, barista lastly the customer. To realize that I assume a job in this procedure gives me the motivation to attempt my hardest to serve the most ideal mug of coffee. To equity to the individuals who have had their influence before me. What is the new "in" in the present coffee industry? To be straightforward I believe that quality has gotten the new "in" in the coffee business. Increasingly more bistro are attempting to deliver better coffee, which makes things extremely serious as far as quality. This drives the business a positive way. More bistros are additionally starting to utilize option or channel blend techniques like the aeropress and v60 pourover to make channel coffee. This is best delighted in dark without sugar to guarantee that the disturbances and attributes of the coffee can be gotten. What sort of coffee do you/dislike to make I like creation a wide range of coffee. There is coffee based coffees like your run of the mill Americano and latte and there is channel blend like the French press or aeropress. I can't state I loathe causing particular kinds of coffees however I to do some of the time wince when clients need a surprising request that removes the accentuation of the coffee. For instance an enormous milk based with a solitary shot and soya milk will totally dominate the kind of the coffee. Be that as it may, toward the day's end coffee is emotional and we can't mention to the clients what it is they like or abhorrence, we can just offer guidance and ideally direct them. What is the most tedious coffee to make? I'd state the channel techniques we use in our bistro is the most tedious. The French press takes around 5 minutes to finish. While coffee based takes approximately 2 minutes. What would you be able to inform me regarding Coffee Culture? Coffee Culture. Where do I start? Well right now in the coffee business (around the world) we're encountering what we call "Third wave." "First wave" would be characterized as the manner in which our folks might've had their coffee. Moment coffee or a dull broiled Italian mix in the family unit channel machine. There was no genuine coffee or bistro culture. At that point, with the appearance of Starbucks and other business coffee chains, the "Second wave" of coffee people developed. Individuals turned out to be progressively mindful of what they were drinking and the pattern of takeaway coffee based beverages like lattes and cappuccinos began. At the present time we're encountering "Third wave" where individuals in the coffee have gotten progressively aware of the nature of the coffee they purchase. A few organizations going the extent that building up direct exchange with ranchers so they add to improving cultivating strategies, sending out and so forth. Green coffee beans are cooked with accuracy and a ton of care is taken in getting ready both coffee based and channel drinks. Alongside this, shoppers are additionally aware of the nature of coffee in bistros. Buyers realize what they need when purchasing coffee, more so than previously. What's more, they are additionally significantly progressively taught. Due to this you discover more bistros opening and more purchasers visiting bistros hence a developing bistro culture. Greater than previously. Enlighten me concerning the rivalries you have won and what lies ahead for you. Most as of late I've won the South African National Aeropress title. The aeropress is essentially a separating gadget used to make coffee. What's more, I won the national rivalry so I'll be contending in the World Aeropress titles in Dublin, Ireland in June. I likewise came second in the Western Cape Barista rivalry and eighth in the National Barista rivalry. Later on I'd prefer to enter more rivalries with the objective of winning and contending at the World Barista Competition. For more: ''China coffee industry''
IPTV Is The Most Popular Streaming Media: Don't Know The Reasons!
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Caramel Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies
These look simply incredible. Two of my favorite things, chocolate chip cookies and caramel, combined into one heavenly cookie creation. I was looking for more caramel recipes (because that's what I do in my spare time, duh) when I found this recipe from Table for Two. I mean, can you even imagine anything more perfect?!? Look at that gooey, warm caramel. Those molten chocolate chunks. That perfectly chewy cookie. Imagine how good these are fresh out of the oven. Caramel Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies Prep Time: 10 min. Cook Time: 13 min. Difficulty: Easy Recipe adapted from Table for Two Ingredients 3 sticks (1½ cup) unsalted butter, softened 1½ cup dark brown sugar, packed ½ cup granulated sugar 2 eggs 4 tsp. vanilla extract 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 cups bread flour (you may use all-purpose flour instead if you don't have it on hand) 4 tsp. cornstarch 2 tsp. baking soda 1 tsp. salt 1½ cups chocolate chunks ½ cup dark chocolate, finely chopped 18 caramel candies, cut in half to give you 36 Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Line baking sheets with parchment paper. In a large bowl, whisk together the flours, cornstarch, baking soda, and salt. In another mixing bowl, cream together butter and sugar until fluffy (about 2 mins). Add eggs and vanilla. Beat 2 more mins. 2. Gradually add flour mixture, beating until fully incorporated. Fold in chocolate chips with a spatula. To form the cookies, take a spoonful of dough, and use your thumb to make a small hole and press the caramel into the center. Re-roll the ball to cover the caramel candy. 3. Bake for 11-13 minutes. They may look quite soft at this point, but remember they will continue to cook after you remove them from the oven. Allow them to cool completely on baking sheet, or else they'll break and caramel will ooze everywhere. Enjoy, my fellow cookie monsters!! This one's for @JPBenedetto – maybe you could find a way to work in some oatmeal here, for a little extra chew? :D <3 @Luci546 @MooshieBay @InPlainSight You guys might like this one as well :)