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Hola fernan se que haces juegos y esas cosas pero te tengo una cosa que te puede gustar si te gusta el miedo solo juega spooky house of jumpscares no te dire nada pero una cosa . Te va a asustar la ternura buajajajajajajajajajajaja. Gracias por tu atencion
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Looking for a healthy treat to get rid of that sweet tooth? These taste so amazing and are great for all you clean eaters!
 Fried Bananas
 Ingredients
 1 tsp coconut oil
 1 banana
 1 tsp water
 1 tsp honey
 1 tsp vanilla
 1/2 tsp cinnamon
 Cut banana into slices as pictured. Mix together 1 tsp water with honey, vanilla, and cinnamon. Place coconut oil in a pan and warm it up on the stove at a medium-high heat. Spread the bananas out on the pan and after about 1-2 minutes, or when the bananas are looking browned and a little crispy, flip the bananas over. After flipping, pour the water/honey/vanilla/cinnamon mixture right over the bananas and turn off the heat. Let it boil for 30 seconds to a minute and remove from the stove. Serve this greek yogurt for a sweet treat!
#bananas #treats #healthy #health #fit #fitmom #emmasfitwraps   #emmafrancis  
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the matchMedia example helpe me a lot. 
Detect orientation change on mobile devices using orientationchange, media queries, matchmedia, resize events. Orientation may be portrait or landscape mode.
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My Tech Resolutions for this year:

- Write my Profile (seriously)

- Mastering JavScript, HTML, CSS3 . I mean HTML5.

- Learn #dartlang

- Start to write/blog at least once a month initially in Spanish and some tries in English.

- Take my job to a different level. My Job really neads a tweak, and I really want to give that to my job. Fortunately it is in my hands.
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+James Stansell Thanks I edited the post.
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Colombia Is One Of Latin America’s Most Promising New Tech Hubs
Ten years ago, the idea that Colombia would become a burgeoning hub for any dynamic industry beyond its notorious drug trade would have struck most observers..
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The perfect cake to whip up for Sunday brunch, snack or dessert! I bet you have everything on hand to make this banana chocolate chip bundt cake too!
Full recipe -->> http://www.bakedbyrachel.com/banana-chocolate-chip-bundt-cake/
#recipe   #cake   #breakfast   #brunch   #banana  
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Milk Cubes

This beautiful cake love both children and adults, and is also ideal as a holiday dessert. I suggest that you don't replace butter with margarine because it is not nearly as good as butter. Enjoy the magic of chocolate and enjoy your meal ...

Ingredients:

Cake:
5 eggs
5 tablespoons granulated sugar
5 tablespoons flour
5 tablespoons cocoa
5 tablespoons lukewarm water
1 baking powder

Cream:
1 l milk
150 g density (cornstarch)
150 g powdered sugar
200 g white chocolate
250 g butter

Topping:
200 g milk chocolate
150 g butter
4 tablespoons granulated sugar
5 tablespoons milk

1. For the cake mix eggs, sugar, flour, cocoa, warm water and baking soda and pour into a greased and floured baking pan (mine is 20 cm by 33 cm). Bake at 170 degrees for about 20 min.

2.For the cream split liter of milk in two parts,  one part boil with white chocolate and sugar. In the second part of the milk scramble the cornstarch and pour it into the milk cooked  up and cook until thick as pudding. Allow the cream to cool until lukewarm, then add the butter cut into small cubes and mix until a smooth cream.

3. For the topping melt steamed milk chocolate with butter, sugar and milk and stir until smooth.
 
4. Baked and cooled cake split in two parts. Filling is best done in the pan where you baked cake and let cake remain in it until the cream is thickened  and the cake is ready for cutting.
Coat the bottom of the crust with half of white cream. Then pour the cream over the white half the amount of chocolate sauce. Replace with another crust and repeat the same procedure.

Leave in the fridge overnight. The best is when you cut the next day.

Enjoy:-)

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Thanks for sharing:-)
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Happy new year everyone, from Medellín Colombia
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Happy new year +Rafa Botero! I visited Medellín as a young child many years ago. Don't remember any details, but the story goes that the airplane was overloaded so my Dad and I rode the bus from Medellín to Loma Linda.
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