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Ivana Istvanic
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Your metabolism is partly ruled by genetics, but you can rev it up naturally by eating right. Fill up on the following 9 foods to increase your body's fat-burning power.

http://www.thehealthypage.com/9-metabolism-boosting-foods-speed-weight-loss/

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Beautiful places to visit in Cornwall – chosen by local artists

I get drawn to the area around Porthcurno, south of Land’s End, for beaches, surfing and spearfishing. The Minack Theatre is great to visit or you can park at Treen and walk along the cliffs. Beneath the 65-tonne rocking boulder Logan Rock, is a beach called Pedn Vounder.

You walk down to it with a rocky scramble at the end and right there is the classic “Am I in this country?” beach, with sparkling-clear waters, golden sands and granite rocks. Another beach nearby is Porthchapel, which you can walk to from the car park next to the stunning church at St Levan. This beach seems to share the extraordinary microclimate associated with the Minack Theatre and I’ve been there in November, December, January, February, sunbathing in a pair of shorts with kids playing in the sea.

Often we end up admiring the stars, drinking a glass of wine and sleeping on the beach, although you have to be aware of the tides and it can get a bit noisy from crashing waves.

The other place I go is Carrick Roads, the creeks around Falmouth. We’ve got a little rowing boat, which we launch from Mylor village or Falmouth and row across to a little beach below St Anthony lighthouse (which featured in the opening credits for Fraggle Rock). We often camp there and spend the time rowing around and spearing fish to cook on the beach.

Pete Hill, land and fire artist

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/oct/13/beautiful-places-cornwall-tate-st-ives-extension-artists-local-favourites#img-10
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Stanford Reservoir

The border between Leicestershire and Northamptonshire runs right along the middle of this pretty reservoir: this shot from last October is looking back into Leicestershire, to the village of South Kilworth. The countryside around it is beautiful, and there are other good walks in the area, along the disused railway line that used to run between Rugby and Stamford, and by the Grand Union canal which lies nearby.

#walking #leciestershire #northamptonshire #october2016
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Chettinad Cauliflower Chukka Recipe / Spicy Dry Cauliflower Curry From Chettinad
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Recipe link ~ http://mytrystwithfoodandtravel.blogspot.ae/2017/10/chettinad-cauliflower-chukka-recipe.html
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For my family it is inevitable to gorge on either Chicken Chettinad Chettinad Chicken Chukka when we eat at a restaurant serving Chettinad Cuisine. After I had managed to get hold of the Recipe of Chettinad Chicken Chukka, I started cooking the dish at home. When at lunch or dinner get togethers, the fragrant Chettinad Chicken Chukka, would get my vegetarian friends intrigued, I decided to try out with vegetables, soya chunks, cottage cheese etc., so that even they would not be left out from experiencing this moreish Culinary creation of the Chettiers  The ingredient which was unanimously loved by one and all in the famous Chettinad Chukka Masala, was Cauliflower. Now Chettinad Cauliflower Chukka is always on the menu whenever it's non vegetarian counterpart is there. Not only that Chettinad Cauliflower Chukka has won the heart of many of my fierce meat loving friends and family.
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The Chettinad Cauliflower Chukka retains each and every ingredient that is used in the non vegetarian version. Only Cauliflower replaces the meat here. The result is a pure gastronomic delight. I can guarantee that this recipe results in a dish which many find it hard to believe that it is homemade as the taste is absolutely similar to that of a restaurant. So while planning for the Diwali Lunch Menu, which is a pure vegetarian menu, Chettinad Chicken Chukka had to be there. A very simple dish to cook, the melange of spices used are responsible for making this iconic curry what it is. Like I always emphasize that the best curries are a result of freshly ground spices, this one is no different.
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eatgood #igersindia #indiancuisine #indianfood #goodfoodindia #thekitchen #f52grams #cookmagazine #hautecuisines #beautifulcuisines #forkyeah #storyofmytable #curry #Vegetarian #glutenfree #DiwaliLunch #Diwali #IndianCurry #Recipes #vegan #chettinadcuisine
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"Gilderton Lighthouse" by +Will Vrbasso .....

Last one of Gilderton Lighthouse, Western Australia. This was early on in the night, with the shot looking southward and the Milkyway just tipping over and beginning its descent to the western horizon.

This is a 4 x 9 panel mosiac, with a tracking mount for the sky and turned off for the foreground, all camera settings were kept the same for all panels. Stitching in PTGui, colour calibration with Pixinsight, levels, saturation and contrast in Photoshop.

Enjoy, Will Vrbasso.
www.stellaraustralis.com

| 2017-08-24 | Gilderton Lighthouse, Western Australia | EOS6D modified | 85mm | f/3.2 | UV/IR cut-filter | iOptron mount | ISO3200 | 57sec | 36 x panels |
#nightscape #astrophotography #australia #Gilderton #lighthouse #night #canon #stellaraustralis #vrbasso #milkyway #galaxy #Antares
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The Sharpnoses

A view southwards down the coast of north Cornwall, from Higher Sharpnose Point to its Lower namesake. In between are five small, shingle beaches with no access, the nearest one visible in the photo being Caunter Beach. This is part of Cornwall's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and lies around 6 miles to the north of Bude.

#walking #cornwall #july2017
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