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    for kids
  • 4Kids Entertainment (commonly known as 4Kids) is a Worldwide International American film and television production company. It is known for English-dubbing Japanese anime, specializing in the acquisition, production and licensing of children's entertainment around the United States.

  • The Sport Ju-Jutsu system for kids is designed to stimulate movement and to encourage the kids natural joy of moving their bodies. The kids train all exercises from Sport Ju-Jutsu but many academys leave out punches and kicks for their youngest athlethes.





    cooking
  • The process of preparing food by heating it

  • (cook) someone who cooks food

  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way

  • The practice or skill of preparing food

  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"

  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"





    class
  • Showing stylish excellence

  • classify: arrange or order by classes or categories; "How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"

  • a body of students who are taught together; "early morning classes are always sleepy"

  • a collection of things sharing a common attribute; "there are two classes of detergents"











Kursus Masak & Kue untuk Anak Anak. Kid's Cooking Class. Info: 0813 3200 3300




Kursus Masak & Kue untuk Anak Anak. Kid's Cooking Class. Info: 0813 3200 3300





Cooking Class For Kids
Diliput & ditayangkan di TV anak Spacetoon.
Kursus Memasak & Membuat Kue Khusus untuk anak anak
Biaya rp 100.000,-/anak.
Naomi Education Center.
Jln. Raya Tenggilis no 68. Surabaya.
Info:
Tel. (62-31) 8433224-25 ; Flexi (62-31) 81639992.
HP: 0813 3200 3300 ; Fax. (62-31) 8432050.
PIN BB: 2699992D.











abc cooking classes for kids




abc cooking classes for kids





abc cooking is a culinary school for moms. they are usually found in the many malls within tokyo. as the moms (in the background) learn how to make all sorts of dishes, their kids get to make cupcakes and decorate them. isn't that cool?









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COOKING GAMES WAITRESS. COOKING GAMES


COOKING GAMES WAITRESS. COOKING PORK SPARE RIBS IN THE OVEN. COOKING TEMP FOR PORK ROAST.



Cooking Games Waitress





cooking games waitress






    waitress
  • A woman whose job is to serve customers at their tables in a restaurant

  • a woman waiter

  • Waiting staff, wait staff, or waitstaff are those who work at a restaurant or a bar attending customers — supplying them with food and drink as requested. Traditionally, a male waiting tables is called a "waiter" and a female a "waitress" with the gender-neutral version being a "server".

  • wait: serve as a waiter or waitress in a restaurant; "I'm waiting on tables at Maxim's"





    cooking
  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"

  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way

  • The practice or skill of preparing food

  • The process of preparing food by heating it

  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"

  • (cook) someone who cooks food





    games
  • A single portion of play forming a scoring unit in a match, esp. in tennis

  • A form of play or sport, esp. a competitive one played according to rules and decided by skill, strength, or luck

  • A complete episode or period of play, typically ending in a definite result

  • (game) bet on: place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"

  • (game) crippled: disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"

  • (game) a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"











321/365




321/365





Saturday: I had lunch with my Dad & brother shortly after I got up, & just wasn't hungry. So it's a good thing I was eating jelly. Like 3 teaspoons of it. I just was not hungry. Probably still full from last night. But I had a fruit smoothie. Then my brother & I headed over to the gym. Our arrangement works well for us, as we're both comfortable around each others, but not other people. So it works. & I remembered that my left hip & knee click terribly on bikes. Eeew. & painful. But it was great. =)
Hugh & I then had a cookie hunt around the house (sounds weird, but basically you just hide cookies & see how long it takes the other person to find them. You don't get to keep them if you find them, but it's still a great game). He gave me the clue of "You should know, you're a waitress." I checked the oven, fridge, where we keep the trays, cutlery . . . eventually I found them behind the table mats. Made me laugh, due to my comment with my Mom the other night about setting the table. Hilarious. But he actually is a really good hider.
We went out to the theatre in the evening to see The 39 Steps. I really loved the film so I was excited to see it, and it's won quite a few awards. We saw Lauren & New Steph walking past the bus station on our way out of town, which made me so glad I hadn't been working today!
While my Dad & brother went to park my Mom made me look round the gift shop. I've been in there once before in all the years we've been going there, but it's tiny & not much to look at. Afterwards we all got a drink & ordered interval drinks too. It was quite busy tonight - I think they had a production called 'Shakespeare's Wife' (or something along those lines) on in the smaller theatre.
The production followed pretty much along the film line (not the book plot though) & the technical aspects were really very good. Usually I pick up on something, but not this production. Unfortunately I didn't like it that much. There were a few really funny moments, but only a few. I don't want to say I'm disappointed, but actually it was a little disappointing. My family agreed though, so I don't feel too awkward saying it. But it was a lovely evening out with my family.

Sunday: I've decided I definitely prefer going to the gym in the morning. I am best mentally in the evening, but physically (especially after work) I am worn out by then. So gym again - we spoke to one of the PE teachers as he was leaving, & then pretty much had it to ourselves again. We turned on the radio part way through this time, but I'm not really a big fan of the music they play at the weekend.
We headed home after an hour, & found my parents cooking Sunday lunch. I originally told my Dad I wasn't hungry so not to make me much, but that was before. So I ate like the quorn & mini potatoes even though I'd originally thought I wouldn't want to. Go figure. Afterward we sorted out our diaries to fit in around each other, & Hugh got angry cos my parents told him he should get a job or some work experience. I think it's so important now, what with the way universities are, to actually go out and do something related to your area. So I think he really should, but I'm not going to force him. My Mom was really pushing him to though, & I think it upset him.
We went out to the cinema mid-afternoon to see 'The Blind Side' & ahhh I loved it!! I know bits were manipulated etc. etc. but I still thought it was sooo great. =) My brother's seen it a couple of times already online & said how much he loved it too. I always nag at him when he watches things online, but if he still goes to see it too then I guess that's not so bad. & I'm a bit of a hypocrite cos I watch things online too sometimes, but mostly TV episodes I've missed, or that won't be shown in the UK for like 6 freaking months.

322/365











"Hooters", Johns Pass, Madeira Beach, FL - Aug, 2011




"Hooters", Johns Pass, Madeira Beach, FL - Aug, 2011





Blackend Mahi-Mahi Sammich:
This new Hooters opened up @ John's Pass not too far from my house, so I and a friend decided to check it out. Big mistake!!!
Red Flag #1) They have a "hostess" who tells you where to sit - every other Hooters I've ever been in the first girl you see just tells you "Sit anywhere you like" - which is how ALL restaurants SHOULD be!
So, we walked right past the "hostess" and went to the bar - whomever owns this place put some money into it! This is really a nice looking Hooters, lots of the warm, woody accents you'd expect in a Hooters, a beautiful bar framed on all sides with 52 inch HD T.V.s, a nice view through large windows right behind the bar looking out onto John's Pass (an intra-coastal water-way that opens into the Gulf of Mexico), we thought we found our new "place".
The bartender SEEMED nice enough and had no trouble finding the Phillys game my friend requested on the T.V. right in front of us. We ordered our food - I wanted the BLACKEND Mahi-Mahi Sammich and six "3 Mile Island" wings UN-BREADED, My friend ordered 20 wings UN-BREADED (we both agree Hooter's "breading" is nasty, it just soaks-up a lot of grease and, I suspect, is supposed to make the wings look larger than they really are). After sitting there for 20 minutes or so I noticed the place wasn't very busy, a lot of empty chairs, AND this was on a Saturday night about 8 PM in one of the busiest tourist areas in Tampa Bay, Hmmmmm.
Our food finally showed-up 35 MINUTES after we ordered - now normally @ a Hooters this might not be such a big deal except the waitresses weren't friendly, and to be honest not very hot! Hey, it IS a Hooters!, points off for sour eye-candy! So we got our food and it looks good, right? (see photo) except it wasn't what I ordered - I wanted BLACKENED Mahi, this is just grilled. I waved the manager over and asked him to ID this menu item and he apologized and said he would take care of it right away, WITHIN 5 MINUTES! Now our wings show-up, BREADED! We tell the bartender these are wrong and she re-orders them and gets a little attitude with us - she asks if we need anything else, we say no we're fine, and she says, as she turns and walks away, "Thats LOVELY!" with a "high-rising", bitch tone in her voice.
I'm sorry you screwed-up our order - I'm just trying to spend money here!!!

My Mahi comes back, it's blackened, and I start eating,finally. About a third of the way in I notice the fish is RAW in the center! (remember the manager promised a new sammich within 5 minutes?, I'd rather he let it cook first, you know, SO I DON'T GET SICK FROM RAW SEAFOOD!!!). I walked over to the manager and told him the fish was raw, showed him the sammich, and he says "Well, I already took it off your bill" he took the Mahi away and never even offered me a Hamburger, some more wings, NOTHING!
A ruined meal for us because we chose Hooters!

Some places in Florida suffer from a variation of "Another sucker's born every minute!" syndrome, there's so many tourists, and new ones show-up all the time, some businesses don't really care about customer SERVICE because even if they piss-off a few people with crappy food and/or service there is always a new "sucker" coming down the sidewalk - I'm afraid this Hooters feels this way about customers.

But, like I said, they had a lot of empty chairs on a Saturday night!

-Update: I spoke to someone at the corporate office who was very apologetic about our experience this night and Hooter's took care of us.









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COOKING LAMB LEG STEAKS - COOKING LAMB


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Cooking Lamb Leg Steaks





cooking lamb leg steaks






    lamb leg
  • Lamb, hogget, and mutton are the meat of domestic sheep. The meat of an animal in its first year is lamb; that of an older sheep is hogget and later mutton.

  • The triangular shaped trim used to seal the soffit and where the gable fascia intersects the horizontal fascia.





    cooking
  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"

  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"

  • The process of preparing food by heating it

  • (cook) someone who cooks food

  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way

  • The practice or skill of preparing food





    steaks
  • A thick slice of such beef or other high-quality meat or fish

  • Poorer-quality beef that is cubed or ground and cooked more slowly by braising or stewing

  • (Steak (album)) Steak: Music From The Motion Picture is a 2007 album by Sebastien Tellier, Mr Oizo and SebastiAn. It is the soundtrack to the film directed by Quentin Dupieux (Mr. Oizo).

  • A steak (from Old Norse '''', "roast") is a cut of meat (usually beef). Most steaks are cut perpendicular to the muscle fibres, improving the perceived tenderness of the meat. In North America, steaks are typically served grilled, pan-fried, or broiled.

  • (steak) a slice of meat cut from the fleshy part of an animal or large fish

  • High-quality beef taken from the hindquarters of the animal, typically cut into thick slices that are cooked by broiling or frying











Rack of Lamb




Rack of Lamb





Well there WERE 8 ribs, but 4 were hijacked before I took this picture. Seared and then roasted in the oven at 400 degrees until the temperature registered 130 degrees (it actually continued cooking and went up to 150 after taking it out of the oven. But still came out medium *whew*.). The sauce on the top/left was made from the leftover fat from pan roasting 2 leg of lamb steaks, adding onions, stock, sherry wine, and a little flour... and then reducing and straining.











Spice Rubbed & Garlic Stuffed Leg of Lamb




Spice Rubbed & Garlic Stuffed Leg of Lamb





I poked holes in the outside of the lamb leg with a steak knife and stuck individual cloves of garlic in each hole. It marinated overnight and then I did a spice rub the next day, allowed it to marinate a couple more hours, and popped it in the oven. Turned out to be the juiciest lamb ever, cooking it in an oven bag keeps all the moisture inside and the fat melts off the lamb meat and creates a sort of marinade for the muscles. It's fantastic.









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COOKING SCHOOL CONNECTICUT. SCHOOL CONNECTICUT


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Cooking School Connecticut





cooking school connecticut






    cooking school
  • A cooking school or culinary school is an institution devoted to education in the art and science of food preparation. It also awards degrees which indicate that a student has undergone a particular curriculum and therefore displays a certain level of competency.





    connecticut
  • a New England state; one of the original 13 colonies

  • a river in the northeastern United States; flows south from northern New Hampshire along the border between New Hampshire and Vermont and through Massachusetts and Connecticut where it empties into Long Island Sound

  • A state in the northeastern US, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean's Long Island Sound, one of the six New England states; pop. 3,405,565; capital, Hartford; statehood, Jan. 9, 1788 (5). One of the original thirteen states. The Fundamental Orders, adopted by the Connecticut Colony in 1639, is often considered the first democratic constitution in America

  • one of the British colonies that formed the United States











Harpers Ferry, RR Bridge over the Potomic River- Tunnel Built in 1831




Harpers Ferry, RR Bridge over the Potomic River- Tunnel Built in 1831






John Brown and the Harpers Ferry Raid

On October 16, 1859, abolitionist John Brown and several followers seized the United States Armory and Arsenal at Harpers Ferry. The actions of Brown's men brought national attention to the emotional divisions concerning slavery.

John Brown was born in Connecticut in 1800 and became interested in the abolitionist movement around 1835. In 1855, Brown and several of his sons moved to Kansas, a territory deeply divided over the slavery issue. On Pottawotamie Creek, on the night of May 24, 1856, Brown and his sons murdered five men who supported slavery, although none actually owned slaves. Brown and his sons escaped. Brown spent the next three years collecting money from wealthy abolitionists in order to establish a colony for runaway slaves. To accomplish this, Brown needed weapons and decided to capture the arsenal at Harpers Ferry.

In 1794, President George Washington had selected Harpers Ferry, Virginia, and Springfield, Massachusetts, as the sites of the new national armories. In choosing Harpers Ferry, he noted the benefit of great waterpower provided by both the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers. In 1817, the federal government contracted with John H. Hall to manufacture his patented rifles at Harpers Ferry. The armory and arsenal continued producing weapons until its destruction at the outbreak of the Civil War.

In the summer of 1859, John Brown, using the pseudonym Isaac Smith, took up residence near Harpers Ferry at a farm in Maryland. He trained a group of twenty-two men, including his sons Oliver, Owen, and Watson, in military maneuvers. On the night of Sunday, October 16, Brown and all but three of the men marched into Harpers Ferry, capturing several watchmen. The first victim of the raid was an African-American railroad baggage handler named Hayward Shepherd, who was shot and killed after confronting the raiders. During the night, Brown captured several other prisoners, including Lewis Washington, the great-grand-nephew of George Washington.

There were two keys to the success of the raid. First, the men needed to capture the weapons and escape before word reached Washington, D. C. The raiders cut the telegraph lines but allowed a Baltimore and Ohio train to pass through Harpers Ferry after detaining it for five hours. When the train reached Baltimore the next day at noon, the conductor contacted authorities in Washington. Second, Brown expected local slaves to rise up against their owners and join the raid. Not only did this fail to happen, but townspeople began shooting at the raiders.

Armory workers discovered Brown's men in control of the building on Monday morning, October 17. Local militia companies surrounded the armory, cutting off Brown's escape routes. Shortly after seven o'clock, a Harpers Ferry townsperson, Thomas Boerly, was shot and killed near the corner of High and Shenandoah streets. During the day, two other citizens were killed, George W. Turner and Harpers Ferry Mayor Fontaine Beckham. When Brown realized he had no way to escape, he selected nine prisoners and moved them to the armory's small fire engine house, which later became known as John Brown's Fort.

With their plans falling apart, the raiders panicked. William H. Leeman tried to escape by swimming across the Potomac River, but was shot and killed. The townspeople, many of whom had been drinking all day on this unofficial holiday, used Leeman's body for target practice. At 3:30 on Monday afternoon, authorities in Washington ordered Colonel Robert E. Lee to Harpers Ferry with a force of Marines to capture Brown. Lee's first action was to close the town's saloons in order to curb the random violence. At 6:30 on the morning of Tuesday, October 18, Lee ordered Lieutenant Israel Green and a group of men to storm the engine house. At a signal from Lieutenant J.E.B. Stuart, the engine house door was knocked down and and the Marines began taking prisoners. Green seriously wounded Brown with his sword. Brown was taken to the Jefferson County seat of Charles Town for trial.

Of Brown's original twenty-two men, John H. Kagi, Jeremiah G. Anderson, William Thompson, Dauphin Thompson, Brown's sons Oliver and Watson, Stewart Taylor, Leeman, and free African Americans Lewis S. Leary and Dangerfield Newby had been killed during the raid. John E. Cook and Albert Hazlett escaped into Pennsylvania, but were captured and brought back to Charles Town. Brown, Aaron D. Stevens, Edwin Coppoc, and free African Americans John A. Copeland and Shields Green were all captured and imprisoned. Five raiders escaped and were never captured: Brown's son Owen, Charles P. Tidd, Barclay Coppoc, Francis J. Merriam, and free African American Osborne P. Anderson. One Marine, Luke Quinn, was killed during the storming the engine house. Two slaves, belonging to Brown's prisoners Colonel Lewis Washington and John Allstadt, also lost their lives. It is unknown whether or not they voluntarily took up arms with Brown. One dr











-isms 7: Judaism




-isms 7: Judaism





–noun
the monotheistic religion of the Jews, having its ethical, ceremonial, and legal foundation in the precepts of the Old Testament and in the teachings and commentaries of the rabbis as found chiefly in the Talmud.


This is probably one of the most personal photos in this set.

i am not Jewish by birth (ahem, my mom did name me Christina, after all), but i am lucky enough to have been adopted by a Jewish family! i tend to pick up other families as i find myself in different places. i have family in Maine, Illinois, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and two families in Jersey. Only a couple of those are biological.

About 10 years ago, almost to the day, i was at Karate. i used to go early to see the class before me and think things over. i had some food with me to snack on, and suddenly, i found my lap less empty. It was full of a tiny, ferocious, precocious, intimidatingly verbal 3 year old who wanted to share my dinner. This was the beginning of a long involvement with the Levy's. First i was invited to join the staff at the karate school, then to join their Saturday lunch so that their girls could share food with me. (Little did i know that Saturday lunch was an all day affair and a holy day of rest for them). Then i was invited to holidays, took my place reading the Haggadah at Passover, and then, it became a weekly family dinner with them, their kids, the staff, and extended family to do Shabbat dinner at their house.

Now, the Levy's are orthodox. So, for them, Shabbat (sundown on Friday until an hour after sundown on Saturday) involves no work, no using anything with lights, buttons, or electricity (including turning lights on or off after Shabbat "comes in"), no cooking, no lighting of candles. A full day of resting, making merry with friends, eating, and prayers. It sounds old fashioned, but it's actually quite beautiful.

But, at the beginning of Shabbat, it's the women that light the candles that "bring Shabbat in." They stand, melodically intone the beginning prayer, and draw the light towards them with both hands. Then they pray silently, and in the tradition of my family, kiss each other and say, Shabbat Shaalom.

i am not very specifically religious, but as someone who believes in God, i find these traditions and rituals fascinating, moving, and deeply powerful. In my world, there is nothing wrong about turning the TV on on a Friday. but in my world meeting hospitality with sincere respect, interest, and courtesy is paramount.

It was my honor to be invited to join the women in this prayer (that i read from this book, but that i can speak in Hebrew!) each Friday evening. In my family, women dress conservatively (i was once told not to show too much "elbow" and the person telling me this gestured to the cleavage area - LOL) on Shabbat and cover their hair while praying.

I actually miss this more than i can tell you all.









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COOKING TRIVIA. TRIVIA


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Cooking Trivia





cooking trivia






    cooking
  • The process of preparing food by heating it

  • (cook) someone who cooks food

  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"

  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"

  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way

  • The practice or skill of preparing food





    trivia
  • triviality: something of small importance

  • The trivia (singular trivium, adjective trivial) are the three lower Artes Liberales, i.e. grammar, rhetoric and logic. These were the topics of basic education, foundational to the quadrivia of higher education, and hence the material of basic education, of interest only to undergraduates.

  • Details, considerations, or pieces of information of little importance or value

  • Trivia is a genus of small sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Triviidae, the trivias.











fully assembled




fully assembled





As a fun bit of trivia, look up the meaning of "puttanesca sauce" on Wikipedia.











Tween Craft and Cook: Popcorn Day




Tween Craft and Cook: Popcorn Day





While we ate, we played a popcorn trivia game.









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