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Beautiful looking rolls, Daniel. They sound good. Can't go wrong with garlic, in my opinion.
That food looks delicious.
When I read that the ring on the bottom was to fit a wood burning stove, it made me wonder if my mother used cast iron on her stove. So far I can't remember.
Only some organic milk is organic, because the FDA isn't rigorous.
Why your ‘organic’ milk may not be organic
Lilac, the Thai Carving link is to an Instagram account. The connection is working fine for me. However, here is another link to try. This is the source where I discovered this story. In this article it references the gentleman's Instagram account, which I decided to post here since the photo selection was much great.
I hope this works for you!
That food art is amazing and beautiful. I like it much better than most paintings and statues.
My favorite art is good movies, although they're few & far between. My second favorite art is music. I would put food art third.
The Asian melding of art and food never ceases to amaze.
Wow--60 days! I read the article. Not something I'd want to do, although I eat a lot of both regular and sweet potatoes. I wonder if Italy serves them.
I had syrup on my pancakes this morning--back to sugar!
Joan, toast with peanut butter sounds good. I haven't had peanut butter in the house for quite a while. I'm under the impression that it can contain quite a bit of sugar. Don't know if that is true or not.
I'm trying to keep an eye on my sugar intake as well. I don't eat donuts and danishes or bread slathered in jelly. I was trying to be healthy by eating granola with fruit flavored yogurt but both can contain much sugar. Lately I've been eating eggs (omelette or scrambled) with potatoes. But I don't want to overdo my egg consumption. Some days I'll just eat potatoes ( "baked" in the microwave, sliced up, and sprinkled with olive oil, pepper, paprika, and hot sauce.) I drink my coffee black, so no added sugar there.
Throughout the day I consume a lot of fruits and vegetables so I'm good in that department.
I really don't know what else to eat for breakfast that is healthy. The eggs and potatoes are filling and tasty. Any other suggestions for a healthy and filling breakfast, anyone?
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