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www.anghiti.adsonvids****.au Anghiti Indian restaurant + take away in Padbury is a traditional tandoori Indian restaurant. Curry houses are very popular in Perth and Anghiti Indian restaurant is no exception. Take away tandoori cuisine includes many tasty dishes including chicken tikka. For a great meal in Padbury Perth make sure that you visit Anghiti Indian tandoori curry restaurant. Indian take away is available everyday throughout Perth.
2 Aug 2008
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He thinks, that this is tasty
31 Jul 2008
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This is a video showing you how to butcher a leg of lamb and get an amazing small yet tasty cut of lamb
1 Aug 2008
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Dr. Jennifer Shu gives tips on nutritional and tasty foods for children to take to school in their lunchboxes.
2 Aug 2008
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I review Gary's book about wine. Tasty on the pallet!
7 Aug 2008
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The USB Drink Warmer and 4-port USB hub is probably the most useful USB-powered device we've come across. Not only does it provide several useful functions, but it actually makes a ton of sense for it to be USB powered. Many of us enjoy tasty beverages while working on a computer. The USB Drink Warmer will keep that drink warm! In addition to its drink warming abilities, the USB Drink Warmer also includes four USB 2.0 ports and a backlit LCD display which shows the temperature of the heating pad (in F or C) as well as the current time. Features an on/off switch as well as an alarm.
18 Aug 2008
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This is AWESOME! & Tasty! www.LaneVids****
25 Aug 2008
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From rainforest treasure to luscious treat, immerse yourself in the story of chocolate. Journey through history and get the complete story behind this tasty indulgence that has fascinated and delighted us for ages. "Chocolate: The Exhibition", a thoroughly sweet experience, will engage your senses and reveal many facets of this mouthwatering topic you’ve never even thought about
31 Aug 2008
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*******herbal-vaporizers.info V-Tower Extreme Vaporizer Features GLASS, GLASS, GLASS ! Wherever possible the strongest highest quality glass parts are used. Why? Glass is inert, toxin free ensuring in smooth, tasty vapor. Others use metals, plastics, Teflon, aluminum and even wood in their construction or parts which can give off harmful toxins, bad taste and a poor experience. UPRIGHT Cyclone Bowl The BEST bowl on the market, it’s the perfect size and it's glass! The bowl stands vertically allowing the air to be distributed evenly and efficiently releasing the full flavor and potency. Precision Temperature Control Precision matters. The Extreme operates with incredible precision. The beautiful LCD display shows the actual temperature and preset temp. Ceramic Heater with lifetime warranty Ceramic is used so there is no concern of toxins or bad tastes as there can be from metal heaters. Manufacturer lifetime warranty! Long whip Ensures COOL, SMOOTH, TASTY vapor. Made from food/medical grade tubing. Detachable Balloon System (Extreme Only) Once you’ve experienced the balloon option on The Extreme Vaporizer you’ll never want to be without this option. It detaches from the unit giving you freedom of movement, almost necessary for groups, it’s GREAT! Interchangeable Glass Mouthpieces ! No need to spread germs, especially during flue and cold season comes with extra mouthpieces, easily attaches to the whip! Timer Auto shut off timer with 2 or 4 hour setting. No more wondering “did I shut it off?” :) Insulated Dual Wall Stainless Steel Housing Quality, classy stainless steel, insulated with safe non toxic food safe insulation. The unit is cool to touch. WATCH A REVIEW MOVIE Click here for the demo movie. Plus even more great features... THE PRICE It's sold at a very reasonable price. It does more than units that cost over $600. No other whip based model comes close in performance, taste, safety and usability, add the remote control, LCD Display, the precision and high tech design of the product and it is indeed a "hot buy" to any standard ! REMOTE CONTROL (Extreme Vaporizer Only) - The World FIRST and ONLY !! Use it for a day and it quickly becomes a ‘must have’ feature instead of a wow feature. FULL control of your unit via remote, Power On/Off, Lights On/Off, 3 Speed Fan, 2 and 4 hour timer, Beep On/Off, Temp Up, Temp Down and 9 Pre-Set Temperatures !!! MULTI Purpose It's a Steamer, Vaporizer, Potpourri Warmer, Essential Oils Diffuser, and Aromatherapy Device. LED Indicator Lights Shows the status of your unit. Digital LCD Display The Control Panel of the system shows Set Temp and Actual Temp, Fan Speed, Timer, displays Celsius or Fahrenheit. THREE Speed Fan (Extreme Only) Experience the three fan when using the whip, or blowing up a balloon and you’ll see it’s actually a ‘must have’ feature ! Cool Blue Lights (Extreme Only) For pleasure and relaxing. Swivel action GLASS The whip rotates !! It makes using the whip so much more convenient! Portable Portability and convenience is important. Optional Battery Pack available! High Tech Design We’ve paid attention to every detail to provide you with years of reliable performance. *******herbal-vaporizers.info
8 Mar 2010
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Chef Mario teaches us how to make a tasty, healthy salad; Southwestern style
4 Sep 2008
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Despite serving us the wettest summer on record, the weather gods have been surprisingly cooperative during my European friends’ vacation. On August 12, 2008 brilliant sunshine awoke us and it was time for another local adventure. We took the subway downtown to Union Station where I gave my visitors a glimpse of Toronto’s most historic railway station. From here we walked east along the historic townhouses of Front Street that today house a variety of cafes and retail stores. Naturally, the triangular Flatiron Building, or more properly called the Gooderham Building, was a major attraction along the way. It was built in 1892, ten years before the famous Flatiron Building in New York City. Our first destination was the St. Lawrence Market, Toronto’s largest market. We met renowned Toronto historian, writer and performer Bruce Bell who is an absolute expert on Toronto’s history as well as the official historian of the St. Lawrence Market and various other landmarks in the city. Bruce explained that from 1845 to 1899 today’s market was originally the first permanent city hall of Toronto and the location of Police Station #1. Even today part of the original building is preserved under the steel canopy of the market hall which was constructed in 1901. We started with a look at the former council chambers which today hold the Market Gallery. Then we explored the merchants on the main and lower floor of the market and got some tasty tidbits, including Canadian back bacon, different types of mustards, various delicious varieties of honey and some sample brownies. In the basement we checked out the areas that remain of the former jail. We also saw the infamous women’s prison dating back to the mid 1800s. After a short stroll through the North Market we headed into St. Lawrence Hall, a historic meeting hall dating back to 1850 whose history illustrates the severe tensions between the British Anglican elite and the Irish Catholic immigrants during Toronto’s early days. For a number of years it was the home of the National Ballet of Canada and continues to be used as a venue for weddings, conferences and special events. Our next stop on the itinerary was St. James Cathedral, built in 1844 according to a Gothic Revival design and featuring Canada’s second tallest church spire. This impressive cathedral is a National Historic Site and seat of the Anglican bishop of the Diocese of Toronto. Bruce provided us with great insight into Toronto’s history, a Toronto long before multiculturalism. Bruce took us back via the Sculpture Garden to Front Street where he said goodbye. We continued our downtown explorations through BCE Place, one of Toronto’s most distinctive buildings. We stopped for lunch at the Renaissance Hotel which is part of the Rogers Centre where we enjoyed a lunch of mixed tapas, overlooking the preparations of the field inside Toronto’s multipurpose stadium. After lunch we headed over to the Steam Whistle Brewery, located in the John Street Roundhouse, a railway facility built in 1929. I always applaud architectural preservation, and this unique building certainly deserves to be preserved. With our mood enhanced by a couple of free samples of beer, we strolled south to Harbourfront and made our way to the Ferry Terminal at the foot of Bay Street. I took my European visitors over to the Toronto Islands to show them the bucolic environment of this little archipelago that offers such a perfect vista of Toronto’s skyline. Having landed at Centre Island, we enjoyed a nice stroll to the pier on the south side and walked east to Wards Island. I also showed my friends some of the permanent island homes on Algonquin Island where we chatted with a local resident. Towards the end of the afternoon we headed home in the subway, after another exciting day of Toronto explorations. Distributed by Tubemogul.
4 Sep 2008
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*******Herbal-Vaporizers.info The Hotbox Vaporizer. Available in 9 great styles! Black, Blue, Red, Green, Grey, Blue Flames and RASTA! All handcrafted and ceramic! LOWEST PRICE ANYWHERE! Introducing the HOT BOX VAPORIZER, a revolutionary multi-purpose device designed to enhance your herbal vaporizing experience. Through its innovative design, the HOT BOX allows for a simple, effective and healthier alternative to conventional methods. Patented Hot Box Vapors tile construction and highly engineered heat source allows the HOT BOX to heat-up and sustain its optimal temperature more efficiently. The hot box is one of the easiest vaporizers to use. It is hands free, glass on glass, and works like a charm. The hotbox has it's own internal temperature controls, so it is as easy as plug and play. Simply plug it in, add your tobacco or herbs, and turn it on. Within 2 minutes the Hotbox is ready for you to take your 1st draw of tasty vapor and herbal essence, without inhaling the carcinogenic smoke created by using a traditional smoking device which requires the burning of the plant material. Proudly Manufactured in the U.S.A. by HOT BOX VAPORS… Package Includes: Hot Box Vaporizer Glass Wand & Tubing Screens Instructions 1 Yr Warranty *******Herbal-Vaporizers.info
8 Sep 2008
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One item that cannot miss from any travel itinerary in Toronto is a visit to Chinatown and Kensington. After a long day of work on August 7, 2008 I met my European visitors downtown in front of the CHUM City Building (home of City TV). We walked westwards along the funky stores of Queen Street West and headed north on Spadina where we took in the sights of Toronto’s Fashion District. North of Dundas the flavour turned decidedly Oriental as we entered Chinatown. Colourful merchandise, fragrant fruits, the smells of seafood and the hustle and bustle of people shopping and strolling assaulted our senses. As always, we were fascinated by the various forms of fried fowl that were hanging in the store windows, naturally with heads and feet still attached. A few streets north of Spadina we headed west to check out the eclectic collection of restaurants, funky stores and multicultural food emporiums that makes up Kensington Market. One of Toronto’s oldest and most colourful neighbourhoods, the former “Jewish Market” is a National Historic Site today. Almost 60,000 Jewish residents lived here in the 1920s and 1930s and worshipped at more than 30 synagogues. After World War II most of the Jewish population relocated further north, and additional waves of diverse immigrant groups moved in. Today, people from the Caribbean, East Asia, the Azores and Latin America are well represented here and the colourful mix of restaurants and stores reflects these diverse origins. We strolled back on Dundas Street, past the newly expanding Art Gallery of Ontario, a $250+ million redevelopment designed by award-winning star architect Frank Gehry whose famous creations include the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao (Spain), the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and the Pritzker Pavilion in Chicago’s Millenium Park. For dinner we headed over to Baldwin Street, a small side street south of the University of Toronto that features a diverse mix of restaurants, including Italian, French, Indian, Thai and Japanese cuisine. We capped the evening off with a tasty dinner at the Gateway to India restaurant. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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One item that cannot miss from any travel itinerary in Toronto is a visit to Chinatown and Kensington. After a long day of work on August 7, 2008 I met my European visitors downtown in front of the CHUM City Building (home of City TV). We walked westwards along the funky stores of Queen Street West and headed north on Spadina where we took in the sights of Toronto’s Fashion District. North of Dundas the flavour turned decidedly Oriental as we entered Chinatown. Colourful merchandise, fragrant fruits, the smells of seafood and the hustle and bustle of people shopping and strolling assaulted our senses. As always, we were fascinated by the various forms of fried fowl that were hanging in the store windows, naturally with heads and feet still attached. A few streets north of Spadina we headed west to check out the eclectic collection of restaurants, funky stores and multicultural food emporiums that makes up Kensington Market. One of Toronto’s oldest and most colourful neighbourhoods, the former “Jewish Market” is a National Historic Site today. Almost 60,000 Jewish residents lived here in the 1920s and 1930s and worshipped at more than 30 synagogues. After World War II most of the Jewish population relocated further north, and additional waves of diverse immigrant groups moved in. Today, people from the Caribbean, East Asia, the Azores and Latin America are well represented here and the colourful mix of restaurants and stores reflects these diverse origins. We strolled back on Dundas Street, past the newly expanding Art Gallery of Ontario, a $250+ million redevelopment designed by award-winning star architect Frank Gehry whose famous creations include the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao (Spain), the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and the Pritzker Pavilion in Chicago’s Millenium Park. For dinner we headed over to Baldwin Street, a small side street south of the University of Toronto that features a diverse mix of restaurants, including Italian, French, Indian, Thai and Japanese cuisine. We capped the evening off with a tasty dinner at the Gateway to India restaurant. Distributed by Tubemogul.
25 Feb 2010
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Tasty recipe in English Language for Swedish Meatballs and Sauce. Very Tasty indeed having sampled them
10 Sep 2008
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Top business advice from David Meerman Scott, bestselling author of The New Rules of Marketing & PR. Join him in this show as he talks about why you need to identify your customers. See more business news television shows featuring these experts, as they give their top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** David Meerman Scott: Sure. So if I were advising small business people, a small business person I would say the first thing and the most important thing before you even try to create any kind of content at all is to step back and understand who are your buyer persona’s, I call them buyer persona’s. Who are the people that you are trying to reach and I want to know who they are in detail. So for example if you are running a small hotel I don’t want you to create information about your hotel online until you can tell me who the specific buyer personas of the people who are coming to your hotel are. Perhaps there’s the independent business person who is trying to make their own decision about what hotel they stay at. Perhaps there’s a corporate travel department that books 100 of room nights a year because their corporate headquarters is right near the hotel. Or a young couple planning on getting married might be a third buyer persona and they are looking for a hotel ballroom to have their wedding reception. Another buyer persona might be people who want to have a corporate event in the hotel ballroom. All of those or a family on a vacation is a fifth buyer persona. Once you know who your buyer persona’s you need to interview those buyer personas’ representatives of those buyers and find out who they are and what are the problems that they have that you your organisation your product and service can solve in their words. I want to know in their words not yours because we are not going to be egotistical with the content we create. We are going to create content that is in the words of our buyers. Then I want you to stop talking about what your products and services happen to do and instead think about what it is that you want your buyer persona’s to believe about your organisation. So then you take that research that you have done, information about your buyer persona, information about what you want your buyer persona’s to believe about your organisation and you create some pieces of compelling content. So back to the hotel example for the young couple who is planning on getting married, that buyer persona. You might have a list of menus for the ideal wedding reception meal. You might have a list of songs that you might play during the music portion of your wedding reception. For the corporate travel department you might have a video of the different rooms that you go and show people and the different layouts for the food, here’s what a buffet looks like and here’s what it looks like when we serve a plated meal. How different is that than your typical hotel website that is basically just a product brochure that talks about fluffy pillows and tasty shrimp? Have you got a great business, idea, product or service, but you just can't get the revenue growth you are looking for? If you'd like your business to be considered for the Million Dollar Challenge click here *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/SyndicatorShow.aspx?spk=295 Find out more about the very latest in Million Dollar team developments and news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/ResourceCentre/Snap/blog.aspx
10 Sep 2008
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