In a bowl, mix mineral water with salt, brown sugar and jam. Mix well then add the oil. Mix the flour with the baking powder and pour over the liquid ingredients. Sift the cocoa and mix well with a whisk until the composition is incorporated and homogenized. The rhubarb is cleaned, washed and cut into small pieces.
Amalfi Coast at dusk. Photo courtesy of Eric Hossinger.To many travel is about escaping reality. Here at Epicure & Culture, we’re tweaking this notion. Instead of getting away, we’re making it easy for travelers to put themselves in someone else’s reality: the reality of a local.Newly launched in June 2014, Epicure & Culture is adding responsible local living tours to their current offerings, which currently include articles on ethical travel and immersive cultural experiences, a Responsible Tourism Twitter Chat ( RTTC), trip coaching, lifestyle blogging workshops and a soon-to-launch responsible tourism e-book guide.
Alas, what did I forget about this sweetness ... my precious fragrant and sweet-spiced jars, but you forgive me, don't you? I came across a recipe for chilli strawberry jam and I thought, & 34; How will this jam be?
RecipesDish typeSide dishVegetable side dishesRoasted vegetablesAdding of a dollop of Dairygold to this juicy roast carrot recipe ensures they& 39;ll disappear off your family& 39;s plates from now on, without any extra encouragement.4 people made thisIngredientsServes: 4 500g carrotsa few whole garlic gloves (in their skin)3 tablespoons Dairygold1 orange, peeled and chopped1 tablespoon caster sugarMethodPrep:10min ›Cook:1hr ›Ready in:1hr10minPreheat the oven to 180 C / Gas 4.
When the Olympics comes to town, many daily routines come to a screeching halt and nearly everyone gets into the spirit to celebrate one of the oldest international sporting competitions. But not everyone is feeling the Olympic camaraderie.Dennis Spurr of Weymouth, Dorset, got into the Olympic spirit by decorating his shop with five Olympic rings made of sausage and he put a sign outside with a similar visual.
Along with my personal favorites, which include Cap& 39;n Crunch (with Crunch Berries), Fruit Loops, and Cocoa Pebbles, Cinnamon Toast Crunch holds a special place in my heart as one of the cereals I most indulged in as a kid, and even now as an adult. That said, I was quite excited when I heard about the recently opened Corridor Cafe& 39;s newest sweet, nostalgic sip: the Cinnamon Toast Crunch Latte.