Put 1 chicken (I like best the organic free range type) in a pot, fill with water to cover the chicken,and add the ingredients below to make the broth: 1 onion with two cloves in it A couple cloves garlic Juice of half a lemon 2 Maggi cubes (bouillon cubes) or whatever you use to make a chicken broth Spices: 1 bay leaf 1 cinnamon
Have you ever worked hard on a document only to have some unexpected error make you lose your work before you got a chance to save it? You know that Word auto-saves your work periodically, but how can you retrieve those auto-saved files? You can see the path to the auto-saved files in the Save options. In Word 2016, click on File then choose Options.
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Wordcamp Copenhagen - 28 and 29 May 2017 It's that time of the year again! Two days dedicated to Wordpress. Lots of workshops, guidance and netwroking. All for 250 DKr. At Aalborg University campus in Sydhavnen, Copenhagen. See the program here: https://2017.copenhagen.wordcamp.org/program/ More info here: https://2017.copenhagen.wordcamp.org/ Facebook-event: https://www.facebook.com/events/639723859553951/ Contact: Mark Thomas Gazel, firstname.lastname@example.org, 27144641
Written Voices Reading at Culture Connection in Vanløse Women writers from all over the world will read from their works at Kulturstationen Vanløse on October 27th. Poems, performances, funny stories, adventures, romance, crime... all in English, read by the authors.
2 cups red lentils 4 cups water 1½ cups fine bulgur 1 tsp salt 1 onion, finely chopped Olive oil, for frying the onions. Another onion and a small bunch of parsley for serving. Or some thinly chopped spring onions. Pick the lentils for any small stones and rinse thoroughly. Boil them in water until very soft. About 30-40 min (or 10 min in a
I was looking through my photo files and I accidentally fell upon this picture from 2004. It wasn't a picture I remembered I had taken. But for some reason, today it caught my attention. How do you decide which are your 'good' photographs? Do you have different opinions/feelings about individual pictures after you've have had some time-distance from them?