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During this winter break I know for sure that many people will be baking cookies this season. So here is a picture of cookies of what some people have baked to give you an idea of how you creative you can get when you are baking for family and friends. Go the link above for recipes on how to create these cookies. And on that note, I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
It’s something that 21-year-old Stony Brook University student, Mollie Auguste, can’t help but do, yawn. And no, its not because she is tired, bored, or has the need to stretch out, its just that every time her roommate at school would yawn, she would find herself involuntarily doing the same exact action, without even thinking about it. “I guess it doesn’t matter who it is where you are, what you’re doing,” She states. I find that when somebody yawns I usually yawn also and it’s weird. In fact Mollie isn’t the only one who experiences contagious yawning, everyone does, including household pets and animals in the wild. And as readers are reading this article, at some point, they may find themselves yawning as well.
Rice Krispies treats are really simple to make. The one thing that is great about home-made Rice Krispies is that you can mold and cut them out into any holiday shape you prefer. Spread on some store-bought icing and a few candies and sprinkles and you have a quick, simple and delicious holiday treat. Below are two recipes compliments of Rice Krispies website. Continue reading
Tai Show North located on Main Street is East Setauket is a fine Japanese Restaurant offering some very interesting sushi combinations and a one of a kind dining experience.
The restaurant has a variety of choices. You can choose to eat in the hibachi section or in the dinning area. Once in the dinning area, you can choose to eat in a screen enclosed booth. The booths are located along a wall and there are movable screens that slide along a track. You step into the booth and then the waiter slides the Japanese inspired screen leaving you and your dinning buddies in a private and secluded area. I thought it was something really unique, I never ate in something like that before.
The menu offers a large selection of choices. They give you a small dish of edamame to munch on while you flip through the menu. Continue reading
Last week I read an article about a waffle shortage. I thought how can that be. Then I read beyond the headline and found it was just Eggo waffles. First the company’s Atlanta plant had problems with bacteria found in the waffles then there was a flood. According to the report there were no illnesses reported. But if I were you, I’d make sure those frozen waffles in my freezer aren’t made by Eggo.
I tend not to eat frozen waffles because they taste like – frozen waffles. For all of you who don’t mind making waffles (you need a waffle iron) or you just let go of those Eggos, here is a recipe for you from Mr Breakfast.com.
Best Chocolate Chip Waffles
- 1 and 3/4 cups flour
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 Tablespoon sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 3 beaten egg yolks
- 1 and 3/4 cups milk
- 1/2 cup vegetable oil
- 3 egg whites – beaten stiffly
- 2 cups of chocolate chips
Mix all dry ingredients (including chocolate chips).
Combine yolks and milk. Stir into dry ingredients. Stir in oil and mix. GENTLY fold in beaten egg whites, do not over mix.
Pour about 1/2 cup at a time into waffle iron.
You will love this recipe! Enjoy!
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I have tried a few restaurants that offer dishes from Spain, but many have disappointed me. Spanish cuisine is very rich and varied, but it doesn’t have burritos or tacos. Surprisingly, the best restaurant for Spanish food in New York belongs to an American chef: Seamus Mullen. Continue reading