People from Indiana are genetically predisposed to liking popcorn. FACT.
Recipe: Curried Popcorn
The Bollywood edition of this movie theater staple is an addictive alternative to salted and buttery popcorn.
Misao and Fukumaru. “We will never be apart.”
12 years ago, Japanese photographer, Miyoko Ihara (伊原 美代子) started to take photographs of her grandmother, Misao. Born in 1981 in Chiba (Japan), Miyoko Ihara has studied under Kenji Higuchi (樋口健二), after graduating from the Press Photography Course at the Nippon Photography Institute in 2002. Miyoko is also a member of The Photographic Society of Japan.”
“Under the sun, everyday is a good day. Another good day, Fukumaru”, Misao. Eight years ago, Misao found a odd-eyed kitten in the shed. She named the cat “Fukumaru” in hope that “God of fuku” (good fortune) comes and everything will be smoothed like a “maru” (circle)”.
“We’ll never be apart!”, says Misao to Fukumaru. Both of them live in a tiny world, with dignity, with mutual love. Still today, under the blue sky, Misao and Fukumaro work in the fields and in these natural surroundings, where they shine like the stars.”
Recipe: All-natural Thin Mint cookies
Make your own buttery, chocolate-enriched, delicate cookies drenched with a thin coating of dark chocolate laced with mint. You can even make them gluten-free!
Palazzo Valguarnera-Gangi in Palermo, Sicily. The house was constructed in several phases during the 18th century and completed circa 1780.
Awwwww shit. Julia and I used to make this at 4:00 in the morning when we got home from the bars in Rome. Paris was just a jar of nutella and a couple of spoons, laying on the carpet. London, we’d hit up a chippy and wear half of the sweet chili sauce home. Rome is for classy ass drunks.
Recipe: Spaghetti Carbonara
Prep work and good timing are key to keeping this simple egg-based dish on track.
How big a backyard would you need to live off the land?
Graphic illustrates how much backyard square footage would be needed to feed a family of 4 a well-rounded diet of meat, dairy, eggs, wheat, fruits and veggies for a year. Not surprisingly, it’s a lot.