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A bicycle can't stand on its own because it's two-tired.
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Mmm. Pecan pie, a delectable pie with crunchy pecans, is one of my favorite pies. To spread the pecan pie love, I will give you the recipe for this succulent dessert. To start off, preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Then for the ingredients:
First, mix in all the ingredients except for the pecan halves. Then add the pecan halves. Stir well. Lastly, pour the filling into the pie crust and bake for 45 minutes. To prevent over-browning, cover the pie with foil before putting it in the oven and bake for 20 minutes. After that, take the foil off and bake for another 20-25 minutes.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Everyone loves a good bowl/cone of ice cream(well, 99.99% of people). To satisfy your sweet tooth, stop by Fairfax Scoop to pick up a scoop of ice cream or more. They provide you with many flavors, like coffee, strawberry, and vanilla lavender honey. Two of my all time favorite flavors are mint and caramel. Fairfax Scoop serves both of them,(except they call mint "grasshopper"). All in all, Fairfax Scoop is a wonderful, family friendly place to enjoy ice cream.
For the second to last class of Cooking for Life, we were taught on how to make Malfatti di Ricotta. Malfatti di Ricotta is an Italian spinach dumpling.
To begin with, you'll need these ingredients:
Cook the spinach in a large pan with olive oil(about 3 tablespoons) until it shrinks, or about 10 minutes. Then in a large mixing bowl, mix in the cooked spinach, 1/2 cup of Parmesan, flour, ricotta, eggs, nutmeg, and salt. Scoop out a spoonful of the spinach mixture and shape it into a ball. After that, cover the ball with flour. Boil a pot of slightly salted water and cook the dumplings. When they float, they're done. Serve with the leftover Parmesan. Enjoy!!
As you walk through San Anselmo, your nose catches a whiff of mouthwatering French food. It smells so good, that you think your nose is deceiving you. Well, it's not! The food at L'appart Resto is unbelievably good that you just have to go down there and try it yourself. First of all, one of the must try dishes they serve is the PEI Mussels Mariniere. Not only are the mussels delicious, but also the mussels juice is delightful to dip the complimentary bread in. Plus, the steak frites are well cooked and flavored. However, the only dish that was a disappointment was the grilled chicken sandwich. The pesto sauce was overpowering and I couldn't taste anything but the sauce. :( To sum it up, when you're in the area, go to the 4.5 starred restaurant, L'appart Resto.
Police were called to a daycare where a three year old was resisting a rest.
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You may may have heard of the movie, Gravity. It's a drama starring Sandra Bullocks and George Clooney. Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullocks) who goes up to space to fix a satellite, supervised by Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney), an experienced astronaut. Space debris from another satellite leaves Ryan and Matt alone in space with no communication. There will be sacrifices and challenges. With little oxygen and space debris circling the earth every 90 minutes, Ryan and Matt have to make it to a Chinese space station before it's too late. However in space, you can't call for help and once you're off spinning in space, you'll never stop.
What restaurant serves Taiwanese styled food, has excellent beef noodle soup, and is family friendly? Yes, it's 168, one of my favorite Asian restaurants. Seriously, ever since I was little, my family has been going there. The best thing is that their food never gets old. One dish that you have to try is the salt and pepper chicken. I order this dish every time. (You would too if you tried it). Another famous dish is the beef noodle soup. With its tender beef and flavorful soup, there's no wonder why this dish is a favorite among customers. Overall, 168 earned 4.6 stars from me.
For this Cooking for Life class, we were taught how to make vegetable potstickers and peanut sesame noodles. I personally enjoyed this class because I learned more about my Asian culture.
First of all, you need 3/4 pounds of dried soba noodles. Cook the noodles in a boiling pot of salted water until tender.
The ingredients for the peanut dressing to accompany the noodles were:
Key lime pie is one of my all time desserts. I absolutely love the zesty taste accompanied with a crunchy crust. Since I love these so much, I've decided to share my recipe with you. First preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
For the ingredients, you'll need:
In a medium bowl, whisk 3 egg yolks together. Then, gradually add in the condensed milk. Stir until smooth. After that, add in the rest of the ingredients, but put the food coloring last. Pour the filling into the pie crust and bake for 25 minutes.
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