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Who Takes the Cake? 10 Insanely Expensive Cakes New recipes

Who Takes the Cake? 10 Insanely Expensive Cakes

It’s your party, so why not go all out?It took decorators a whopping five weeks and 900 sugar flowers to assemble the wedding cake of Prince William and Kate Middleton.A classic white sponge cake consists of eggs, sugar, flour, and water, so how is it that when you’re planning your wedding day or throwing a huge soiree that a cake can get to be thousands, even millions of dollars?

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Hot pepper sauce New recipes

Hot pepper sauce

I cleaned and washed the onions, donuts and celery. I washed the tomatoes and then I peeled them (they were the last ones in the garden very soft). Then came the phase with iuuui and woe: I washed the hot peppers and I cleaned the biggest ones of the seeds, the small ones -I left it whole, I just cut down the tails. Then the second phase of stinging: chopping the hot peppers, but here I was cunning: the boys came and asked me when I was cleaning the hot peppers why I'm crying over there: well for that this is the business of great and strong people and I am not so strong: D.

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Haggis and sweet pickled baby onion tartlets recipe New recipes

Haggis and sweet pickled baby onion tartlets recipe

RecipesDish typePies and tartsSavoury pies and tartsVegetable pies and tartsOnion pies and tartsThe haggis and pickled onions create a surprisingly delicious taste combination in these quick canapes.9 people made thisIngredientsMakes: 12 canapes1 (454g) jar Garner& 39;s Sweet Pickled Baby Onions, drained1 haggis, freshly cooked1 jar cranberry sauce1 sliced white loafmelted butterMethodPrep:20min ›Cook:10min ›Ready in:30minPreheat oven 180 C / Gas 4 and butter a bun tray.

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Peppers stuffed with rice and mushrooms New recipes

Peppers stuffed with rice and mushrooms

We clean the paprika and seeds, wash them well and let them drain. The peppers are grown at the end, to penetrate the boiling through the filling. Peel an onion, wash it, finely chop it and put it to harden in a pan with oil. The mushrooms are cleaned, washed well, cut into small pieces and added over the onion when it has turned yellow.

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Sour Rot-Spreading Fruit Fly Threatens Bordeaux Vineyards New recipes

Sour Rot-Spreading Fruit Fly Threatens Bordeaux Vineyards

After damaging vineyards in the West Coast, Canada, Switzerland, and Spain, a fruit fly threatens healthy vineyards in BordeauxAn Asian fruit fly is attacking healthy vineyards in several of the world& 39;s wine regions, and has now reached Bordeaux. (Photo Modified: flickr/herry lawford)An Asian fruit fly (Drosophila suzukii) known as the spotted-wing drosophila, no more than three millimeters long is quickly becoming a “growing menace” to Bordeaux winegrowers, reports Wine Searcher.

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48 Hours in London - Tradition with a Twist New recipes

48 Hours in London - Tradition with a Twist

Ahhhh, London. There’s so much to see and do that a lifetime there might not suffice. While iconic sights such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey never get old, why not shake things up a bit and try something different? I recently spent 48 hours in London with a goal of experiencing the city in a way I never have before, yet still keeping some traditional English elements.

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