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Zia Ahmad

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Kidney Bean (Rajma) Burger
A very simple and healthy vegetarian burgers using kidney beans.
See the recipe at http://www.awesomecuisine.com/recipes/19169/kidney-bean-burger-rajma-burger.html
#burger   #fastfood   #kidneybeans   #rajma   #recipe   #food  
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that looks so good!..i will try that one. a real keeper.
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Eat Guides

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How much should you leave in a tip when eating out in #Spain ?
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Guys, check out my profile to get hungry!
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Thalaserry style
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looks good.
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Halal Eat

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Listing Britain's top halal food restaurants and takeaways only at 
http://halaleat.com/ ‪#‎londonhalal‬ ‪#‎halalfood‬ ‪#‎halal‬ ‪#‎desifood‬
Order from local takeaways online with HALALEAT, the UK's first halal food delivery portal listing HALAL only restaurant menus offering Pizza, Chinese, Indian,Thai and much more! Order now and join the HALAL TASTE REVOLUTION.
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Lee Johnson

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Everything You Could Ever Possibly Want To Know About Dining On A Cruise Ship - Click to read http://goo.gl/usNfBN

‪#‎cruisewall‬ ‪#‎food‬ ‪#‎leecruises‬
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Ghirlanda di #Pasqua facile e veloce da fare con gli ovetti.
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http://www.chiarapassion.com/2015/03/la-ghirlanda-di-pasqua.html
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"Your Favorite Cheese in the World"
this is the closest thing we know about the origin of the cheese: According to ancient records passed down through the centuries, the making of cheese dates back more than 5,000 years. Actually no one really knows who made the first cheese in the world but according to an ancient legend (as almost all the greatest things in the Gastronomic world ) it was made accidentally by an Arabian merchant who put his supply of milk into a pouch made from a sheep's stomach, as he set out on a day's journey across the desert. The rennet in the lining of the pouch, combined with the heat of the sun, caused the milk to separate into curd and whey. That night he found that the whey satisfied his thirst, and the cheese (curd) had a delightful flavor which satisfied his hunger. Through the years and civilizations the process and techniques to curdle milk to make cheese has been changing depending on the cultural influence which has been adopted it (France has its Fromage Brie, L'Emmental de Savoie, etc. Italy has its Parmigiano reggiano, Mozzarella di bufala campana, Ricotta, etc. Switzerland has its Gruyère, Tête de Moine, etc. England has its Cheshire, Cheddar, etc. Spain has its Queso Manchego, Queso Cabrales, etc. México has its Queso Oaxaca, Queso Fresco, etc.) each kind of cheese has different uses some ones are used baked as filling in a pie like le fromage Brie or Gruyère, another are used as a condiment to add flavor to a dish like the Parmigiano reggiano grated over a Spaghetti or some ravioli, another are used as garnish like Queso Fresco sprinkled over a Tostada. These are five of the Cheeses more used in kitchen around the world, which one do you use the most, do you have some favorite, which one? Please Leave your comments below.

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Cheddar Cheese (From England)
13%
Gruyère (From Switzerland)
13%
Fromage Brie (From France)
27%
Parmigiano Reggiano (From Italy)
40%
Queso Oaxaca (From Mexico)
7%
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"Your Favorite Cheese in the World"
this is the closest thing we know about the origin of the cheese: According to ancient records passed down through the centuries, the making of cheese dates back more than 5,000 years. Actually no one really knows who made the first cheese in the world but according to an ancient legend (as almost all the greatest things in the Gastronomic world ) it was made accidentally by an Arabian merchant who put his supply of milk into a pouch made from a sheep's stomach, as he set out on a day's journey across the desert. The rennet in the lining of the pouch, combined with the heat of the sun, caused the milk to separate into curd and whey. That night he found that the whey satisfied his thirst, and the cheese (curd) had a delightful flavor which satisfied his hunger. Through the years and civilizations the process and techniques to curdle milk to make cheese has been changing depending on the cultural influence which has been adopted it (France has its Fromage Brie, L'Emmental de Savoie, etc. Italy has its Parmigiano reggiano, Mozzarella di bufala campana, Ricotta, etc. Switzerland has its Gruyère, Tête de Moine, etc. England has its Cheshire, Cheddar, etc. Spain has its Queso Manchego, Queso Cabrales, etc. México has its Queso Oaxaca, Queso Fresco, etc.) each kind of cheese has different uses some ones are used baked as filling in a pie like le fromage Brie or Gruyère, another are used as a condiment to add flavor to a dish like the Parmigiano reggiano grated over a Spaghetti or some ravioli, another are used as garnish like Queso Fresco sprinkled over a Tostada. These are five of the Cheeses more used in kitchen around the world, which one do you use the most, do you have some favorite, which one? Please Leave your comments below.
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Babe Johnson

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Dessert cheesecake with Oreo crust and dinner baked chicken a garlic toast
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Will you visit the South of Spain this spring? Check out these markets. #Spain #Food

http://www.thespainscoop.com/markets-seville/
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Would you "pre-pay" for a restaurant booking? Sooner or later... you might have to:
Tock, the ticketing system that launched in the US last year, is coming to the UK next month. It protects restaurants from no-shows – but will diners really pre-pay for restaurants as they do for the theatre, gigs and sporting events?
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mmm   yummy 
   cookies and strawberry shakes for ma lovely foodies♥♥♥♥♥♥
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#CapeTown  3 tastes you have to experience before you leave. 
The wonder of the Mother City is not just found in its mountains but in its food as well.
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Grow your babies organically feeding #organic #baby #food products at 10% off .
Use Coupon Code "BABY10" to avail the discount @ www.IndiaGoesOrganic.com.#Bangalore.
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"Your Favorite Aromatic Herb"
what is perceived by the nose (Aroma) is thought to be responsible for as much as 80 percent or even more of flavor. This helps to explain the popularity of aromatic ingredients, from Fresh herbs and Spices to grated lemon zest. incorporating aromatic ingredients can enhance the aroma of your dish and, in turn, its flavor, Since the mouth only can perceives five tastes by your taste buds which are: Sweetness, Saltiness, Sourness, Bitterness and Umami. but that really is telling to your brain what is tasty is your sense of smell by the aroma of your dish combined with your sense of taste. So as you can see Aromatic Herbs play a very important Role in your kitchen, these are five of the most popular and outstanding Aromatic Herbs in kitchen which one is your favorite and why? Please Leave your comments below
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Oregano
24%
Basil
43%
Thyme
5%
Rosemary
19%
Sage leaves
10%
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How neat!
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Finally!!  A new cooking video....well, sorta.  Love to hear what you think.  http://youtu.be/3_FpS4dQ-2Q   
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