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Originally posted on LeadToday:
One of my favorite stories is the one about the hot dog vendor. Maybe it’s because I love hot dogs, or maybe it’s because it is such an insightful story.
Perhaps you have heard it before. There’s this guy who runs a hot dog stand in the city and he does pretty good with it. Good enough in fact that he can afford to send his son off to college. While his son is off to college the dad continues to grow his business, by the time his son graduates from college his dad has 10 hot dogs stands around the city and no less than 15 employees. His business is booming!
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Originally posted on en quête de saveur:
Just because the warm days have left us does not mean that we can’t enjoy summer staples. This is an egg salad with a protein boost and spice kick. I thank my mother for this recipe. She would make this with potatoes and hard boiled eggs and put it in pita bread to make warm sandwiches for lunch. I left out the carbs and added more protein with the chicken. Also, this really is figure friendly because it has no mayo that normally lathers typical egg salads. The cumin adds a comforting warmth and stuffed into a toasted pita pocket, this will be your next go to weeknight dinner this fall !
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Originally posted on Desa's Dishes:
A few weeks ago I made an offhand comment in…well, a comment about making these cupcakes as a way to spit in the eye of all my friends with dietary restrictions. This recipe has animal products, refined sugar, alcohol, gluten…pretty much everything you need to cut people out of dessert time except for nut allergies. The comment was born out of break-up aggravation and anger, and I figured channeling that through defiant cupcake baking was more productive than lashing out or boring my friends. Also, it was my sister-in-law’s early birthday celebration the same weekend and she loves these, so win win! In fact, I first made these when we went bridesmaids’ dress shopping for her wedding two years ago. Cupcakes + prewedding diets = still totally delicious.
Irish car bombs are a pint of Guinness with a shot of Bailey’s Irish Cream dropped in them and chugged before the cream curdles. I’ve had one, at a college Model United Nations party (oh yes, I was quite the cool one), and they can go to your head. Like immediately. They are tasty, but I’m not great at drinking quickly, so I prefer these cupcakes. Last warning: these are incredibly rich. The cake is moist and intense, and the frosting is very sweet – don’t slather it on too thick. Add a rich chocolate ganache filling to the party and it becomes a one cupcake is enough dessert.
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Originally posted on Pegasus Data Project:
Les pigments de Van Gogh, Gauguin ou Monet sont-ils solubles dans une étude colorimétrique ?
Dans une démarche plus artistique que scientifique, Arthur Buxton (son site : www.arthurbuxton.com) nous livre des tableaux tout à fait fascinants*. Mesurant les principaux tons de couleurs des plus grandes oeuvres d’un panel de peintres du tournant du XXe siècle, cet artiste les restitue sous la forme de diagrammes circulaires qui, réalisés en séries, nous offrent une vision inédite de la palette de nuances de leurs auteurs respectifs ! Finalement, une telle démarche relève bien d’une volonté de data visualization qui n’est pas sans applications possibles dans le champ de l’histoire de l’art.