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A quick and easy way to make a creamy caramel from condensed milk.
A strange new concept from Japan, which combines a classical concert….with a great, big sleep-in. Zzz.
The best way to make some creamy coffee, in your home.
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Whether out of boredom, for pride or party tricks – what guy hasn't tried to become the best at typically mundane "chores?" Starting today, Klondike® will celebrate "average" dudes across America through the Everyman Challenges video contest at www.KlondikeChallenges.com. And, while Klondike® Original bars are one of Americans' longtime favorite snacks, this summer-long competition will pit man-versus-man to uncover the not-so-vanilla things guys would do for one of the nine Klondike® bar varieties. The deliciously creamy stickless bars come in nine other flavors, including Caramel Pretzel, Heath®, Krunch™, Reese's®, Double Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, OREO®, Neapolitan and Whitehouse Cherry.
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MISS GEORGIA TAKES THE PARFAIT PLUNGE WITH BRUSTERS REAL ICE CREAM AT ATLANTA'S CENTENNIAL OLYMPIC PARK
Company Unveils New Parfait In Support of
Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Programs
Brusters Real Ice Cream, the countrys leading ice cream retail franchise with stores in 18 states including 70 in the Atlanta area, announced Wednesday its support for Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of America, with the introduction of a NEW ice cream treat.
For every purchase of Brusters NEW product in the month of April, the company will donate 25 cents to BBBS. The product? It is the ultimate in sweet treats. A light, refreshing parfait made with Brusters creamy vanilla ice cream and fresh fruity sorbet made with real fruit.
Kim Piper, Vice President of Marketing, Brusters Real Ice Cream, made the announcement at a press conference held April 6th at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park with assistance from Amanda Kozak, Miss Georgia 2006. Kozak is a strong advocate for BBBS, as well as a Big Sister herself.
"Mentoring is at the heart of Brusters," said Jim Sahene, CEO, Bruster's Real Ice Cream. "Our franchisees serve as mentors everyday to the kids they employ. For many of these kids Brusters is a first job, which can make a real impact on their future. That is why our partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters is so important."
The Brusters parfait is available in four mouthwatering flavors, including strawberry, peach, black raspberry and mango (flavors vary by day and location).
"Our overall goal is to raise more than $100,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters," added Sahene. "The parfait sale donation is only the first of many fundraising efforts."
The company is also in development of a signature Brusters item, which will be announced in early May. According to Piper, it will make a great Mothers Day gift.
"We are very grateful to our partner, Brusters, for this great opportunity to raise funds through their innovative initiatives and to increase awareness of Big Brothers Big Sisters," said Judy Vredenburgh, President and CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. "We truly appreciate Bruster's ongoing commitment to our work and to the children we serve."
About Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) is the oldest, largest and most effective youth mentoring organization in the country. It has been the leader in one to one youth services for more than a century, developing positive relationships that have a direct and lasting impact on the lives of young people. Getting together a couple of times a month can make a tremendous difference in a childs life. In 2006, Big Brothers Big Sisters served 250,000 children, ages 6 though 18, in all 50 states. The national offices are located in Philadelphia, Pa. For additional information, visit www.BigBrothersBigSisters.org.
About Brusters Real Ice Cream
Based in Bridgewater, Pa., Brusters Real Ice Cream is ranked as one of the Countrys leading franchise chains with more than 260 locations in 18 northeastern, mid Atlantic and southeastern states. Brusters has more than 140 recipes of real ice cream with nearly 40 fresh flavors available at any one time. Delicious products are made on-site, and include: sorbet, Italian Ice, milk shakes, parfaits, sundaes, and ice cream cakes and pies. Flavors vary by store and include seasonal product favorites, such as strawberry shortcake and hot apple dumpling. To locate a Brusters near you, visit www.brusters.com.
Celebrate the big win by decorating sports cupcakes for the kids. Watch as Betty Crocker® shows you how to make treats that everyone will cheer about!
1 cup miniature semisweet chocolate chips
1 box Betty Crocker® SuperMoist® yellow cake mix
1 cup water
1/3 cup vegetable oil
1 container Betty Crocker® Rich & Creamy vanilla frosting
Assorted colors Betty Crocker® decorating icing (in 4.25-oz tubes) or Betty Crocker® Easy Flow decorating icing (in 6.4-oz cans)
Assorted food colors
1 Heat oven to 350°F (325°F for dark or nonstick pans). Place paper baking cup in each of 24 regular-size muffin cups. In small bowl, toss chocolate chips with 1 tablespoon of the cake mix. In large bowl, beat remaining cake mix, water, oil and eggs with electric mixer on low speed 30 seconds, then on medium speed 2 minutes, scraping bowl occasionally. Stir in coated chocolate chips. Divide batter evenly among muffin cups (about two-thirds full).
2 Bake 20 to 26 minutes (23 to 30 minutes for dark or nonstick pans) or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool in pans 10 minutes; remove from pans to cooling rack. Cool completely, about 30 minutes. Decorate as desired below. Store cupcakes loosely covered.
Baseballs: Frost cupcakes with vanilla frosting. With black, red or blue icing, pipe 2 arches on opposite sides of cupcakes, curving lines slightly toward center. Pipe small lines from each arch to look like stitches on a baseball.
Basketballs: Color frosting with yellow and red food colors to make orange; frost cupcakes. With black icing, pipe line across center of cupcake. On either side, pipe an arch that curves slightly toward center line.
Soccer Balls: Frost cupcakes with vanilla frosting. With black icing, pipe a pentagon shape in the center of cupcake, piping a few rows of icing into center of pentagon. Pipe lines from pentagon to edge of cupcake to look like seams. With toothpick or spatula, spread black icing in center of pentagon to fill in the entire shape.
Tennis Balls: Color frosting with yellow and green food colors to make tennis-ball yellow; frost cupcakes. With white icing, pipe curved design to look like tennis balls.
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If you're looking to laze away your days by a pearly-white beach, the Santa Lucia more than hits the holiday button. Jutting out into the translucent turquoise seas, this elegant hotel definitely struck gold in the location stakes. Slap bang between two sweeping stretches of sumptuous sands, Son Matias and Palma Nova - you'll have no getting-to-the-beach nightmares here. And, as you can imagine, the views over the shimmering shores and twinkling waters are jaw-dropping. There's the outlook from your spacious room with its creamy vanilla and rich gold decor. Sweeping vistas through the floor-to-ceiling windows in the stylish bar and elegant restaurant. After your first day we bet you'll already be planning your return.
How to make Potatoes Au Gratin. Potatoes au gratin are a favorite all season long. This creamy and cheesy casserole is a great side to any meal.
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Today, I am going to show you how to paint a puppy dog. I made this video for beginner to intermediate level artists, who wish to learn about traditional painting...I will try to show you how to paint. step by step. While I can imagine that painting a realistic looking puppy is intimidating for someone new to art, I will try to make my instruction as clear as possible, so that you can get in to great habits for the future. Once you are in good habits, you will progress very quickly.
I split this lesson in to four parts.
1.) Part one will cover what you need to know before you paint.
2.) Part two will give you an effective strategy for painting realistically The mentality of rendering (aka drawing what you see)
3.) Part three will walk you through the process of painting and I will give you tips while I paint. The process of "sculpting" a painting
4.) Part four will actually be a separate video and it will discuss glazing...a great finishing strategy. Glazing: Finishing a painting (Covered in another video)
Part 1.) I have two points to go over in Part 1-
1-1- First, pick a surface to work on. When I was learning painting, I would use cardboard in place of canvas to save money. Ten years later my original oil paintings are still in good shape. However, this would not be the case if I didn't prime the cardboard with layers of Gesso. Without getting over technical, gesso gives your surface a protective layer that will prevent the oil from being over absorbed. Try to remember this silly saying, "Paint with cream, not with butter or milk!" No, im not saying that you should break out the dairy prodicts.....I am referring to the consistency of the paint. Cream is not a solid like butter .....and is not watery like milk. When you apply paint to a surface it should be creamy in texture. You can make the paint creamy by adding about three to four drops of painting medium to the paint that is sitting on your palette. The object in my hand right now is called a palette knife. I used it to mix the paint with the painting medium. For a long time, I considered this step trivial, but it makes a difference!
1-2 Oil Painters use mineral spirits to clean off their brushes and to thin out a paint mixture. Mineral Spirits is also known commercially as paint thinner and sold as an art supply called turpenoid for quadruple the price. You will only need a SMALL amount of Mineral Spirits because its very powerful. Use it sparingly when you wish to thin out your paint; because too much will make the paint runny and "milk-like" in consistency. Here is a great tip to remember when cleaning your brushes.....WIPE-DIP-WIPE. As silly as that sounds, commit it to memory....In other words..... wipe your brush with a paper towel.....Then dip it in to the mineral spirits and swish it around....followed by another wipe with the paper towel to take the extra spirits off your brush. The last wipe is especially important to prevent the excess mineral spirits from thinning out your paint too much
Now you will learn a great strategy to help you paint what you see. I call this strategy, "jigsaw puzzle observation" because it is similar to putting a jigsaw puzzle together. Jigsaw puzzles are fun because you fit shapes together to create an image.........I want you to think the same way when you paint. Try to see and identify shapes and then put them together like a puzzle. Painters sculpt and manipulate the paint on the surface of a painting until the shapes fit together as a recognizable image. Here....let me show you what I mean.....When you try this, I recommend that you get in the habit of looking at your reference image at least once for every five seconds; and then paint what you observed. After you get the bigger shapes in.....work your way down to the smaller shapes........ If you feel that you cant work the paint any more. Let it dry and repeat this step on top of the dried paint. You have an advantage by using paint because it is opaque and it can cover over any mistake...... Take your time with this step. Skyscrapers cant be erected without solid supports and good paintings cannot be made without careful placement.
- Titanium White (paint)
- Raw Sienna (paint)
- Ultramarine Blue (paint)
- Ultramarine Purple (paint)
- Lamp Black (paint)
- Painting Medium (my favorite is called Liquin)
- Palette, Wax Paper or Aluminum foil (to mix the paint on)
- Mineral Spirits
- Canvas or Cardboard
- Gesso (white or clear)
- Paint Brushes (several sizes, tips, and softnesses......based on your preference)
- Cups for Mineral Spirits and Paint Medium
This is how to make a thick and creamy non dairy chocolate oatmeal shake with just a few low cost ingredients. The shake is absolutely delicious, low fat, low cal and with all the oats good for your heart and cholesterol too, there has to be something wrong with it but I haven't found it yet.
I made these shakes when I was trying to come up with something for my Mom to eat after she came home from the hospital, She was drinking those nutramint type drinks but I read the ingredients and tasted them and they are mostly corn syrup and milk byproducts, not too good plus they tasted bad- this was a lot better and tasted better too, The shakes make a good instant breakfast plus you can add oranges and other fruits or wheat germ or ground flax seed to add more nutrition, I even added peanut butter, this oatmeal shake ROCKS!!
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