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  • 28 Sep 2016
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    80 Posted by Old Bastard
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  • 26 Sep 2016
    This time of year, #gingerbread #cookies are nice, but cute gingerbread cookies are something else entirely. Because if you’re going to take time to decorate cookies, they better look good. What #coffee brewing device is as good-looking as the iconic Chemex? Its simple silhouette can be recognized by coffee #lovers around the world. Looking for a last-minute gift idea? Make a batch of these Chemex gingerbread cookies for your favorite coffee lover, or the coffee shop office party. For these cookies I used my preferred recipe for gingerbread: a Swedish one. It’s the recipe forpepparkakor (see, doesn’t that sound better in Swedish?) from Fika: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break, just ever so slightly adapted. Proof that authors do in fact use their own recipes. I make these gingerbread cookies every December, and several batches of them, cutting them out in a variety of shapes. But this year I went a little crazy, not only cutting out Chemex shapes, but decorating them with coffee-flavored icing as well. Fear not, the spicy cookies pair perfectly well with the coffee flavor. Even better if you have just brewed a Chemex. You need to have a little patience to make these cookies: the dough needs to sit overnight, and you’ll need to hand cut the cookies with a knife, since I have yet to find a Chemex cookie cutter. Now you know what I want for Christmas. There is no right or wrong way to ice these cookies, feel free to get creative, but if you want to vary the colors of the icing to fit with a coffee palette, you can make the base icing recipe into a light brown and a dark brown color using various amounts of finely ground coffee. Prepare your Chemex cutout by drawing the outline of one on a piece of paper. If you want to make two sizes, make a small one and a larger one. Cut it out with scissors; you will use this as your guide, unless you’re a cookie cutting master and you can do things freehand. Cut off a section of the dough from the log, and roll out on a flat, generously floured surface. To avoid sticking to the countertop, roll a little, then flip the the dough over and roll some more. Add more flour to the surface as needed. Continue in this way until you have rolled the dough as thin as you can get it. The dough is easy to roll out when it’s cold, and much stickier as it warms up, so return it to the refrigerator as needed. It’s also easiest to roll it out in small batches. Place your paper Chemex cutout on the dough and carefully cut around it. It might be slow going in the beginning, but you’ll get the hang of it. Place the cookies on the baking sheet. They don’t spread out, so you can place them fairly close together, as long as they aren’t touching. Bake for 5 to 8 minutes, depending on the thickness. These cookies burn easily, so keep an eye on them. Remove from the oven; after 1 or 2 minutes, transfer them from the baking sheet to the counter to cool. Once the cookies are cool, ice away!
    123 Posted by Pu Et LaVie
  • This time of year, #gingerbread #cookies are nice, but cute gingerbread cookies are something else entirely. Because if you’re going to take time to decorate cookies, they better look good. What #coffee brewing device is as good-looking as the iconic Chemex? Its simple silhouette can be recognized by coffee #lovers around the world. Looking for a last-minute gift idea? Make a batch of these Chemex gingerbread cookies for your favorite coffee lover, or the coffee shop office party. For these cookies I used my preferred recipe for gingerbread: a Swedish one. It’s the recipe forpepparkakor (see, doesn’t that sound better in Swedish?) from Fika: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break, just ever so slightly adapted. Proof that authors do in fact use their own recipes. I make these gingerbread cookies every December, and several batches of them, cutting them out in a variety of shapes. But this year I went a little crazy, not only cutting out Chemex shapes, but decorating them with coffee-flavored icing as well. Fear not, the spicy cookies pair perfectly well with the coffee flavor. Even better if you have just brewed a Chemex. You need to have a little patience to make these cookies: the dough needs to sit overnight, and you’ll need to hand cut the cookies with a knife, since I have yet to find a Chemex cookie cutter. Now you know what I want for Christmas. There is no right or wrong way to ice these cookies, feel free to get creative, but if you want to vary the colors of the icing to fit with a coffee palette, you can make the base icing recipe into a light brown and a dark brown color using various amounts of finely ground coffee. Prepare your Chemex cutout by drawing the outline of one on a piece of paper. If you want to make two sizes, make a small one and a larger one. Cut it out with scissors; you will use this as your guide, unless you’re a cookie cutting master and you can do things freehand. Cut off a section of the dough from the log, and roll out on a flat, generously floured surface. To avoid sticking to the countertop, roll a little, then flip the the dough over and roll some more. Add more flour to the surface as needed. Continue in this way until you have rolled the dough as thin as you can get it. The dough is easy to roll out when it’s cold, and much stickier as it warms up, so return it to the refrigerator as needed. It’s also easiest to roll it out in small batches. Place your paper Chemex cutout on the dough and carefully cut around it. It might be slow going in the beginning, but you’ll get the hang of it. Place the cookies on the baking sheet. They don’t spread out, so you can place them fairly close together, as long as they aren’t touching. Bake for 5 to 8 minutes, depending on the thickness. These cookies burn easily, so keep an eye on them. Remove from the oven; after 1 or 2 minutes, transfer them from the baking sheet to the counter to cool. Once the cookies are cool, ice away!
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  • 17 May 2016
      31 While a sushi salad using Italian ingredients may sound a bit odd at first, hear me out before you pass judgement. Unlikerolled sushi, this style of sushi is called chirashi sushi in Japan. Traditionally chirashi sushi is a pile of vinegared sushi rice with seasoned vegetables mixed in, and toppings such as fish, vegetables and herbs scattered on top (“chirashi” means “scattered”). It’s a colorful dish that’s perfect for bringing to a potluck, but you can only use it so many times before people start to get bored. That’s why I have a couple different variations in my repertoire that I switch between. This colorful take swaps rice wine vinegar for white balsamic and olive oil, to season the rice. A handful of fresh basil and fennel leaves gives the rice a marvelous fresh flavor, and the whole thing is topped with cherry tomatoes, flat-leaf parsley and prosciutto di Parma. The best part of about this is its flexibility. If you don’t have basil and fennel, tarragon and sage is delicious. To make this vegan, simply omit the prosciutto. I also love having this salad with small pieces of fresh mozzarella. If you like something a little more intensely flavored, some thinly sliced red onion, or garlic chips (fried garlic) make some great toppings as well. The most complicated part of the dish is making the sushi rice (which isn’t all that hard). I’ve included an abridged explanation in the recipe below but check out my full sushi rice tutorialfor the detailed step-by-step process.  
    230 Posted by Alina Borhrisch
  •   31 While a sushi salad using Italian ingredients may sound a bit odd at first, hear me out before you pass judgement. Unlikerolled sushi, this style of sushi is called chirashi sushi in Japan. Traditionally chirashi sushi is a pile of vinegared sushi rice with seasoned vegetables mixed in, and toppings such as fish, vegetables and herbs scattered on top (“chirashi” means “scattered”). It’s a colorful dish that’s perfect for bringing to a potluck, but you can only use it so many times before people start to get bored. That’s why I have a couple different variations in my repertoire that I switch between. This colorful take swaps rice wine vinegar for white balsamic and olive oil, to season the rice. A handful of fresh basil and fennel leaves gives the rice a marvelous fresh flavor, and the whole thing is topped with cherry tomatoes, flat-leaf parsley and prosciutto di Parma. The best part of about this is its flexibility. If you don’t have basil and fennel, tarragon and sage is delicious. To make this vegan, simply omit the prosciutto. I also love having this salad with small pieces of fresh mozzarella. If you like something a little more intensely flavored, some thinly sliced red onion, or garlic chips (fried garlic) make some great toppings as well. The most complicated part of the dish is making the sushi rice (which isn’t all that hard). I’ve included an abridged explanation in the recipe below but check out my full sushi rice tutorialfor the detailed step-by-step process.  
    May 17, 2016 230
  • 16 May 2016
    YANGON Yangon is the former capital and largest city in Myanmar, with a population of about 6 million people. The city is located in the southern part of the country, with Thailand to the East and the Bay of Bengal to the West. If you are arriving in Myanmar by plane, then you’ll most likely be arriving at Yangon International Airport. My first impressions of Yangon were chaotic, dirty, and impoverished.  I was overwhelmed, to say the least. The infrastructure was very poor. Sidewalks had giant holes in them. There were stray dogs and cats are running around on the streets. The streets were overloaded with traffic jams and honking horns from impatient drivers. Every other car on the road seemed to be a taxi driver, who provided cheap rides around the city for $1-3 USD.  It kind of reminded me of a mini-version of Bangkok. There was always a lot happening at once, but everything just seemed to work just fine. However, I quickly adjusted to the culture and I began to fall in love with this place. In nearly every direction you look, there will be a sparking golden pagoda, with the most famous one being the Shwedagon Pagoda. If you search for Myanmar on Google Images, then this is the shiny gold pagoda that you’ll see. And holy crap, it’s amazing! In fact, I think the Shwedagon Pagoda is the most underrated building in the world. All other epic buildings around the world get recognized (Colosseum, Parthenon, Great Wall, Taj Mahal, Opera House, Hagia Sophia, Eiffel Tower, etc.), but the Shwedagon doesn’t get nearly as much credit as it deserves. I was awe-struck by how much gold and detail the pagoda had.  Walking around the pagoda felt like I was on a different planet- or it felt like Las Vegas on steroids in the year 2050.  Keep an eye out for this temple to become the “next place to visit” in coming years, as millions of newcomers will be flocking to Myanmar. Other things to do in Yangon– Visit the local markets– Get an awesome massage for $3.50!– Spend a long time admiring the Shwedagon pagoda– Visit the Sule Pagoda– Walk through Chinatown– Visit the Bogyoke Aung San Market– Take the circular train to the outskirts of town– Have a beer by the lake– Eat some street food Yangon Nightlife Most of the nightlife in Myanmar occurs in Yangon. There are several districts with bars and clubs which are open until the wee hours of the morning. Local booze consists of Mandalay Rum (only $3 for a bottle and it’s damn good) and Myanmar Beer (an award winning Lager that is less than $1 per bottle). My Burmese friends took me out to a club in Yangon and it was a crazy experience!  Girls dress sexy, drinks are insanely cheap, and they party all night long. Almost all clubs in Yangon playawesome EDM music too! No matter what night of the week it is, there will be people out having fun. I went to the club on a Tuesday and it was a wild time! Click here to read about my bizarre experience at a club in Yangon. Where to Stay in Yangon? The following hotels are my top recommendations in Yangon.  For a more comprehensive list, please check out Agoda.com and book your stay today! 1) For budget travelers – 20th Street Hostel (Book online now)*rates – $9/night for an 8 bed dorm 2) For mid-price – Taw Win Garden Hotel (Book online now)*rates – $81/night for a deluxe room with breakfast 3) For luxury – Shangri-la (Book online now)*rates – $219/night for a deluxe room with breakfast Original Blog: http://thehungrypartier.com/2015-travel-guide-myanmar-burma/
    102 Posted by YouNet Company
  • YANGON Yangon is the former capital and largest city in Myanmar, with a population of about 6 million people. The city is located in the southern part of the country, with Thailand to the East and the Bay of Bengal to the West. If you are arriving in Myanmar by plane, then you’ll most likely be arriving at Yangon International Airport. My first impressions of Yangon were chaotic, dirty, and impoverished.  I was overwhelmed, to say the least. The infrastructure was very poor. Sidewalks had giant holes in them. There were stray dogs and cats are running around on the streets. The streets were overloaded with traffic jams and honking horns from impatient drivers. Every other car on the road seemed to be a taxi driver, who provided cheap rides around the city for $1-3 USD.  It kind of reminded me of a mini-version of Bangkok. There was always a lot happening at once, but everything just seemed to work just fine. However, I quickly adjusted to the culture and I began to fall in love with this place. In nearly every direction you look, there will be a sparking golden pagoda, with the most famous one being the Shwedagon Pagoda. If you search for Myanmar on Google Images, then this is the shiny gold pagoda that you’ll see. And holy crap, it’s amazing! In fact, I think the Shwedagon Pagoda is the most underrated building in the world. All other epic buildings around the world get recognized (Colosseum, Parthenon, Great Wall, Taj Mahal, Opera House, Hagia Sophia, Eiffel Tower, etc.), but the Shwedagon doesn’t get nearly as much credit as it deserves. I was awe-struck by how much gold and detail the pagoda had.  Walking around the pagoda felt like I was on a different planet- or it felt like Las Vegas on steroids in the year 2050.  Keep an eye out for this temple to become the “next place to visit” in coming years, as millions of newcomers will be flocking to Myanmar. Other things to do in Yangon– Visit the local markets– Get an awesome massage for $3.50!– Spend a long time admiring the Shwedagon pagoda– Visit the Sule Pagoda– Walk through Chinatown– Visit the Bogyoke Aung San Market– Take the circular train to the outskirts of town– Have a beer by the lake– Eat some street food Yangon Nightlife Most of the nightlife in Myanmar occurs in Yangon. There are several districts with bars and clubs which are open until the wee hours of the morning. Local booze consists of Mandalay Rum (only $3 for a bottle and it’s damn good) and Myanmar Beer (an award winning Lager that is less than $1 per bottle). My Burmese friends took me out to a club in Yangon and it was a crazy experience!  Girls dress sexy, drinks are insanely cheap, and they party all night long. Almost all clubs in Yangon playawesome EDM music too! No matter what night of the week it is, there will be people out having fun. I went to the club on a Tuesday and it was a wild time! Click here to read about my bizarre experience at a club in Yangon. Where to Stay in Yangon? The following hotels are my top recommendations in Yangon.  For a more comprehensive list, please check out Agoda.com and book your stay today! 1) For budget travelers – 20th Street Hostel (Book online now)*rates – $9/night for an 8 bed dorm 2) For mid-price – Taw Win Garden Hotel (Book online now)*rates – $81/night for a deluxe room with breakfast 3) For luxury – Shangri-la (Book online now)*rates – $219/night for a deluxe room with breakfast Original Blog: http://thehungrypartier.com/2015-travel-guide-myanmar-burma/
    May 16, 2016 102
  • 23 Mar 2016
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