A red wine lover creates straws for sipping wine without the stainsWe know about red wine’s myriad advantages. But can we vent for a moment about the challenges?Stained teeth are a serious drag. That slimy rim that develops around your inner lower lip is not attractive, either. And how many times is a woman supposed to reapply lip gloss before it’s considered obnoxious?
Making your own Christmas pudding is a wonderful way to add a little extra love to the Christmas table. Plus, it’s incredibly easy! You can make this festive pud well in advance of the big day and let it mature, but it’s also delicious prepared just a couple of weeks beforehand, too.Here, we share two clever little skills to help you master this classic Christmas pudding recipe.
Vegetable tart is very easy to prepare and can be served both as an appetizer and as a main course300 g flour15 g yeast1 / 2 tablespoons salt1 tablespoon sugar1 egg100 ml water3 baked peppers2 tomatoes100 g olives200 g cheese (I had sheep) Portions: - Preparation time: less than 60 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION Vegetable tart: For the vegetable tart, sift the flour in a bowl, make a hole in the middle, add salt, sugar, yeast, 3 tablespoons of warm water.
First of all, I am genuinely astonished that I haven’t told you all about my huevos rancheros. It’s high time that I introduce you to one of my all-time favorite meals, but first, I’ll share a little personal history with the dish.It took me a long time to give huevos rancheros a chance (24 years, to be exact).
I boiled the milk with a spoonful of sugar and vanilla. I soaked the raisins with a little rum. I mixed the cheese with 2 tablespoons of sugar, yogurt (I kept a spoonful for the end), vanilla and peel. I also put the drained raisins after they have softened. I greased a tray of yena with butter. I greased the slices of bread with butter on one side.
Delicious roasted white fish wrapped in smoked bacon with lemon mayonnaise and asparagusA simple fish dish with loads of flavourGermanyUKWould you rather see the UK version?Would you rather see the US version?Would you rather see the Australian version?Would you rather see the German version?Would you rather see the Dutch version?