I found these recipes in my email today just like this.
Thought it was all too cool not to put together as is.
(The link labels are under the respective pictures, of course, but just in case.)
A dream kitchen in California. How many dream kitchens in California can there be? Can there be an infinite number of dream kitchens in California. Science says no of course, because California lives in temporal time, however, by rating available space to kitchens, they might all be dream kitchens. The truth will probably never be known. But this is also a fantasy kitchen because it is a fantasy house, because it is in California and that is a land of fantasy. (I haven’t got a clue what I’m trying to say. That is my apology for featuring such an expensive house on my humble blog.)
Could you call this an ultra-modern revival of a modern 1950’s design? I’m not sure. Or would you call it a modern revival of a ultra-contemporary 1950’s futuristic design? We’ve finally made it to the future and we’re already into the ultra-standard whichever way you choose to look at it. There must be something more true than the other, but which is which? The 1950’s ultra modern or the now ultra modern? I just don’t know. Whatever it’s a modern revival of a modern original. Just beautiful and beautiful execution of the modern principles and methods of design.
Another beautiful house in Newport Beach, California, near Balboa Island in its own beach park community.
Easy salmon teriyaki using left-over ingredients.
Total time: 40 minutes
200 g Salmon
¼ cup Teriyaki sauce (my last left-over sauce, if you don’t have it, don’t worry, you can make teriyaki sauce with the mixed sauce below)
2 garlic, sliced
2 garlic, chopped
2 cm ginger, thin sliced
½ cup water
Mixed sauce for the Salmon/vegetables
2 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp mirin
2 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp sake
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Side dish refers to a smaller portion of food item that accompanies the main course at a meal.
In this side dish recipe of delicious white radish salad, I have merged radish slices with coconut meat: radish is a good source of dietary fiber, it has moderate amount of vitamin C with other essential nutrients in low content; coconut meat supplies micronutrients in significant content.
(Source of Information: Wikipedia)
Side Dish Recipe of Delicious White Radish Salad:
Quantity: 5 slender long white radish (daikon/winter radish)
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