One of the most versatile spices, and therefore a store-cupboard essential, cinnamon can take you on a savoury journey through the Levant, Africa, China and the Indian subcontinent, adding fragrance to stews, curries, and rice dishes; or down a sweeter northern European trail, where it is dangerously effective at transforming a pile of flour and sugar into something utterly addictive. It's easy to overdose on cinnamon simply because it is so pungent, so use it with restraint, or you may be put off it for life. … [Read more...] about Why cinnamon is good for you
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Mix greens in bowl. Line container with dry kitchen cloth; spread of greens on it. Layer remaining greens between cloth. Leave to drain. Heat oven to 180 C/350 F/gas mark 4. Crumble feta, mix with the capers and coarsely ground pepper. Add greens, fold in eggs. Butter spring-release cake tin , line with half the filo, brushing each sheet with melted butter. Corners of the filo hang over tin's edge. Spread in half the greens mixture and top with another two layers of buttered filo. Spread in the remaining greens mix. Fold the overlapping filo over the surface, top with remaining pastry, buttering each sheet well. Spatter butter and the milk over the surface. Bake for 45-60 mins. Let it rest for 30 mins. Eat with yoghurt. … [Read more...] about Good sense of houmous essential
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (CBS Local) — A Kentucky woman who has been fighting a life-threatening blood disorder for more than a year got a big surprise for her 18th birthday. Angel Florian of Glasgow and her family traveled to Norton Children’s Cancer Institute in Louisville for what she thought was a check-up appointment, but soon turned into a surprise birthday celebration. … [Read more...] about Hospital Nurses Throw Surprise Birthday Party For Cancer Patient: ‘It Made Me Kind Of Tear Up A Bit’
Salted caramel chocolate pecan tart This tart needs some time to chill in the fridge, so I’d suggest making it the night before or in the morning, if you want to eat it that evening. I serve it in thin slices (it’s rich) with a little creme fraiche or natural yoghurt, and some sliced blood oranges. … [Read more...] about Anna Jones’ easy recipes for chocolate and nuts
Fundraising is a small portion of the total school funding picture — after all, the best estimate of $380 million is less than 1 per cent of the $43.7 billion spent on funding public schools in the same year — so this may be why it slips under the radar. … [Read more...] about Volunteer fundraising helps prop up public school education, but should it?