Corn Cakes with ?Egg-shaped Pockets?

Posted on Mar 25, 2017

This is a typical dish from the Caribbean region of Colombia where they are sold on street stalls with a cup of coffee for an afternoon snack. Egg-Stuffed Corn Cakes Ingredients 2 cups white corn flour 2 1/2 cups warm water kosher salt 1 Tbs olive oil, plus more for frying 8 eggs Hot sauce, for serving (optional) Instructions Mix corn flour and salt in a bowl. Stir in 2 1/2 cups warm water and one tablespoon olive oil until dough forms; knead until smooth, 2?3 minutes. Divide dough into eight 4-oz. balls. Heat oil in a saucepan until a deep-fry thermometer reads 325°. Flatten balls into round disks. Working in batches, fry, flipping once, until puffed, 3?4 minutes. Transfer to paper towels to drain. Increase oil to 375°. Slice incision horizontally without cutting all the way through to make a pocket. Crack 1 egg into pocket; fry until egg is set, 2?3 minutes. Drain on paper towels; serve with hot sauce (optional). http://agirlcalledjack.com/corn-cakes-with-egg-shaped-pockets/ Tags: Corn more...

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Mass Effect Andromeda: 15 Hidden Easter Eggs & Secrets You Need To Find

Posted on Mar 25, 2017

Bioware Regardless of whether you’re going into Mass Effect Andromeda with an open mind or are too busy laughing at the variety of broken animations, Bioware have rather boldly shaken up a lot of the core foundations, changing what we think of as a ‘Mass Effect game’ and converting what was once a very narrative-focused experience, into one of freeform exploration. Now even your main objectives are plentiful and can be tackled in any order, squadmates and their respective loyalty missions will remain forever locked away unless you make the time to indulge their whims and conversations – even entire main planets riddled with side-missions and points of interest can be completely ignored if you don’t venture outside your immediate comfort zone. Call it bad pacing and a lack of handholding to a fault if you like, but if all of this was intentional, it speaks to the setup of your custom-designed Ryder being an explorer; the latest to inherit the title of ‘Pathfinder’ and chart a course through a whole new galaxy. Inside that appeal is something that taps directly into why we love Mass Effect so much in the first place, and although there are notable hiccups in animation, menu systems and overly laborious crafting systems, there’s still a lot to love inside Andromeda, if you know what to look for… Note: Light spoilers for certain original trilogy characters’ appearances. News from the Web Computer...

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Not looking bad for 70 ? Wrangler

Posted on Mar 25, 2017

Wrangler is a founding father of jeanswear and the originator of performance denim. The Wrangler brand launched in 1947 on a platform of innovation: to create the best-possible jeans for cowboys. 70 years later Wrangler continues to create the best-possible jeans, but for the needs of modern demanding consumer. Their renowned denim heritage lives on in stylish, functional jeans packed with iconic, original details including flat copper rivets and the ergonomic watch pocket. Signature designs such as the 27MW shirt and 11MJ jackets are beloved by denim connoisseurs and fashion fanatics alike. Broken Twill, the soft-durable fabric that Wrangler invented in 1964, remains the backbone of many denim pieces. The brand have accelerated the evolution of jeans with ground- breaking initiatives: denim that keeps the rain off or helps you feel warm in the cold. To commemorate this landmark year Wrangler have a number of project up their Birthday sleeve including their Retro Glory collection which rides the wave of interest in all things 70s ? a decade where Wrangler became known as a denim icon. Celebrating an era of sunny positivity in youth culture, the standalone collection for men and women, focuses on four distinct elements: period-correct saturated deep blue denim, Wrangler?s Stone Dyed (heavy stone wash) denim, a bold palette of brights and the rainbow motif popular in the era, here revived from Wrangler?s archive. For men Retro Glory includes rainbow graphic Ts and sweats, western shirts, slim tapered fit jeans in rainbow brights and a rigid denim Stone Dyed jean with rips and repairs and for both the ladies and gentlemen the collections feature plenty of 70s detailing such as patching, ripping, embellishment and embroidery, notably on a limited-edition oversized trucker jacket in Stone Dyed denim with full back panel embroidery by artist Luke McLean. click here > To the...

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Working Mums Round-up: When maternity leave is over

Posted on Mar 24, 2017

Photo credit: startupstockphotos.com via Pexels A really warm welcome to the first installment of the Britmums Working Mums round-up. I?m Fi, a working mum of two myself. I work in digital communications three days a week (hello flexible working!) and I also run my blog, A Mum Track Mind, as a business from home so I can certainly relate to the struggles, wins and woes of life as a working mum.  Whichever way you cut your career and for whatever reasons you may choose or need to work, I know that working mums need grit, a modicum of insanity and a helluva lot of organisation to keep those plates spinning and the wheels turning.  This round-up will come to you monthly with the pick of my favourite working mums posts from the blogging community dealing with the emotional complexities, challenges and hopefully wins that being a working parent can bring.  Having not long returned from my second maternity leave, I have been struggling with the transition a little more than expected. I have definitely questioned whether the return to the office has been the right choice for me at this point in my life and I know that many of you have been battling the same demons. This post from Devon Mama made me weep with relief, knowing that I wasn?t alone in these thoughts. She shares her slightly raw, internal monologue where she questions if she was making the right choice in returning to work. I know so many working mums will relate to this. I certainly do. Honestly, some days it can feel like just one long, rat race and often looking around it feels like I am the only mother who has to work. I know with my head that?s not the case but it?s hard to stay at your desk when that feeling takes over. This is something that Mummascribbles also wrote about this month. Following on from a lunch break walk where she witnessed so many parents out and about in the Spring sunshine with their little ones, she wrote a post that really struck a chord with me ? When sunshine makes you sad. I know for sure that this post is going to resonate heavily with a lot of you. I think one thing you will all nod along to is the necessity of being organised. The holy grail mantra of working mums is getting things organised the night before (and dry shampoo but that?s another subject). We all know that we need to be organised to avoid the Monday morning meltdown but how many of us actually follow through with those well-laid plans? This post from Confessions of a Working Mum provided a bit of light relief and made me hoot with laughter because I find myself in this predicament a lot. So what does a day as working mum actually look like? For those of...

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Origami Envelope Chick ? Paper Crafts for Kids

Posted on Mar 24, 2017

Origami Envelope Chick – Paper Crafts for Kids – Red Ted Art’s BlogFacebookGoogle+InstagramPinterestTumblrTwitterYouTubeFacebookGoogle+InstagramPinterestTumblrTwitterYouTube This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.Accept Read More Privacy & Cookies Policy here » ( Just take a look here...

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