Cool Recipes images

April 23, 2014 · Posted in Recipes · Comment 

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Cookbook Recipe Swap
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Image by Pioneer Library System
Trade favorite recipes and exchange cookbooks. Demonstration on making brown paper sack cookbooks.

Feb. 18

Cookbook Recipe Swap
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Image by Pioneer Library System
Trade favorite recipes and exchange cookbooks. Demonstration on making brown paper sack cookbooks.

Feb. 18

Nice Recipes photos

April 21, 2014 · Posted in Recipes · Comment 

Some cool recipes images:

…a Wonderful, Awful Idea
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Image by djwtwo
(Mostly wonderful.)

For the last few years, I’ve been making different flavored syrups as a Christmas gift for friends. This year’s batch was an orange-cardamom syrup with vanilla. Along with the syrups themselves, I usually try to give a few suggestions as to what the syrup might be good with, beyond the obvious “put it on pancakes”. I came up with a few cocktail recipes last year (the “Ginger Baker” my personal favorite of the bunch), and spent a little bit of time pondering what the new batch might work with.

Orange, so pair it with some other citrus. A little lemon and lime juice, maybe.

Acid and sweet edged towards a sour mix, so maybe some sort of variant on a Tom Collins?

And, the way my brain works, I give you:

The “Bootsy Collins”

Gin (of course) to go with the juice. Hendricks, because I like it, and because of the word-association-punnery. Creme de Violette to pair with the syrups flavors, and funk it up a little. Ice and club soda (yes, club) to finish it off. And what else for a garnish but some star fruit?

So, take:

2 oz. Hendricks Gin
1 oz. Orange Compound
1/2 oz. fresh lemon juice
1/2 oz. fresh lime juice
1/2 oz. Creme de Violette

and combine with ice in a shaker, and shake it up good. Pour into a collins glass filled with fresh ice and a few slices of star fruit (carambola), top the whole thing off with club soda, and then a big bottoms up!

This was set up on a piece clear gloss plastic on top of black posterboard, with a few “gems” littered alongside, another piece of black posterboard behind the glass itself and in front of my homemade diffusion panels, all backlit with a cheap halogen worklight. Shot from in front with my Nikon on a tripod. Post-processing was mostly white balance correction and some levels work to make the background a more uniform black. (I posted a picture of the setup as my shot for my 365 today.)

Recipe
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Image by advertisingelyse
The cranberry and wild blueberry pie recipe. SO book marking that one for next year.

first barbecue of the season

April 20, 2014 · Posted in Barbecue Foods · Comment 

Some cool barbecue foods images:

first barbecue of the season
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Image by Julep67

菜肴 Ready to eat main dishes – Carrefour Department Store, Kunming
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Image by avlxyz

Grilled shrimps
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Image by JMMarkiewicz

Tunnel vision

April 18, 2014 · Posted in Recipes · Comment 

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Tunnel vision
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Image by fummel
Brunkebergstunneln in Stockholm, built in the 1880s

Bessa-R, CV 35/2.5, TMAX400 @ EI1600, D76 Stock
Development details on FilmDev

famous recipe
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Image by vistavision
Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken, Main St., Miamisburg, Ohio. The sign appears to be hand-lettered with an elementary school tempera paint brush. This Lee’s location is all about the five pieces for five dollars offer.

♫ ♪ ♫ ♪ Weißer Holunder…
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Image by Mara ~earth light~
…blüht wieder im Garten ♫ ♪ ♫ ♪
"Sambucus nigra"
View on black

Man sagt dem Holunder magische Kräfte nach, weil sich besonders alte Pflanzen auf Kraftplätzen befinden.
Momentan kann man ihn überall finden. Seine weißen, herrlich duftenden Blüten leuchten schon in der Ferne.

Ich habe hierzu ein Rezept mitgebracht von einem leckeren Gelee.
Einfach köstlich, es lohnt sich!!!

Zutaten:
naturtrüber Apfelsaft
Holunderblüten
Gelierzucker

Ihr legt die Holunderblüten -möglichst ohne die dicken Stiele – über Nacht in naturtrüben Apfelsaft ein. Je mehr Blüten ihr nehmt, desto intensiver der Geschmack.
Am anderen Tag durchseien und nach Vorschrift mit Gelierzucker aufkochen.
Fertig – einfach Hmmmm :-))

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Nice Cook Books photos

April 17, 2014 · Posted in Cook Books · Comment 

A few nice cook books images I found:

The Bacon Cookbook by James Villas
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Image by mallydally

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