Cool Barbecue Foods images

October 31, 2023 · Posted in Barbecue Foods · Comment 

Check out these barbecue foods images:

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#fmsphotoaday #eating BBQ tea tonight via Instagram

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Nice Recipes photos

October 30, 2023 · Posted in Recipes · Comment 

Some cool recipes images:

Cheesy Polenta with Sauteed Spinach and Chanterelles
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Looking for a little something different to make for dinner tonight that’s easy to make, warm and filling? Then make this polenta with spinach and chanterelle mushroom dish. This is definitely going to be on normal rotation in my kitchen especially during this seemingly never-ending winter.

Recipe on Veggin’ –

stuffed, puffed and ready to roast
Image by Emily Cavalier
Chicken with 40 cloves of garlic

Roasted Corn, Black Bean & Mango Salad
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This simple, fresh-tasting salad adds delicious variety to grilled foods, such as salmon, halibut, chicken or pork. Browning the corn in a skillet gives it a nutty, caramelized flavor that contrasts with the sweetness of the mango. From Eating Well:

Altamira 017

October 29, 2023 · Posted in Barbecue Foods · Comment 

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Altamira 017
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Image by Colegio Altamira

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Image by amsfrank

Nice Cookbook photos

October 28, 2023 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

A few nice cookbook images I found:

Image by YoAmes
Muffin-sized turkey pot pies, with the last of the cucumber salad

Nice Family Meals photos

October 27, 2023 · Posted in Family Meals · Comment 

Some cool family meals images:

De Kas
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At this amazng restaurant, the chef goes into the garden and picks your fixed menu lunch from whats growing right now.

Family friends, The Forsters, gave us a meal at De Kas in Amsterdam for a wedding gift. Thank you so much – it was a perfect day.

Day 356 – A quick visit with Kevin and his family
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My original plan, and the reason why I ceased being a Peace Corps volunteer over a week ago even though I’m not going home until tomorrow, was to be in Honduras all last week. My dad is the director of a Christian school in Syracuse, NY, and he and a group of Spanish students were supposed to be traveling to Honduras to work at a children’s hospital on the eastern coast. I was to meet them there, then travel to El Salvador with my dad while the team went back to Syracuse. He and I would have spent a day in San Salvador, and a day with my host family in San Vicente before going back.

Given the current situation in Honduras, however, my dad and the other trip organizers decided last week to cancel the trip. As a result, I had an extra week to spend in Torola, for which I was tremendously grateful. I felt that I was able to really say “goodbye” the way I needed to.

Today, even though my dad’s not with me, I’m in San Vicente with the family that I lived with for three months during training. I arrived last night in time for dinner, and I’ll be taking off today after lunch to go back to San Salvador and get my bags ready for my flight tomorrow. I scheduled the trip this way so that I could share three meals—dinner, breakfast, and lunch—with the family, my host mom being an excellent cook. Kevin, her grandson, is eight years old now, which means that he goes to school in the afternoons instead of the mornings. When he got home from school yesterday, I gave him a couple of toys, and we’ve been hanging out and playing together ever since. He likes to play with marbles, torment the dogs, parrots, cats, and ducks that live in the compound, play soccer, and tell jokes, so that’s what we’ve spent most of our time doing.

Leaving Josué and Marleni behind on Monday was difficult, but saying goodbye to Emma, Priscilla, and Kevin will be a lot easier, as I only lived with them for three months, as opposed to two years. This visit with them helps to make the transition a little bit easier.

Laura & Gary’s Wedding
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Image by Darcie
Ceremony at Culross Abbey
Meal/Reception @ Elgin Hotel, Culross

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