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boredpanda.comJapanese Are Polishing Foil Balls To Perfection, And The Result Is Too SatisfyingAluminum foil looks pretty boring. It is used for packaging, insulation, cooking... and making really shiny balls that appear to have no real purpose, apparently. That's right, thanks to a Japanese jeweler, the whole country became obsessed with refining these metal leaves, and we aren't sure how to react.12
siteforeverything.com14 Cool Terrarium Ideas That Are Simply AmazingIf you still do not have a terrarium in your home, this will be your time to do it. You can find many terrarium ideas as they are really present in most homes and offices. This decoration idea looks really cool and natural. You will find it in many shapes and sizes. In order to …28
mymodernmet.comThis Pastry Chef's Incredible Geometric Cakes Take Food Design to Another LevelPastry chef extraordinaire Dinara Kasko is known for her incredible math-inspired cakes that look like contemporary sculptures. It's no surprise that Kasko has a background in architecture-each edible, cake art masterpiece is created using 3D-printed molds that Kasko engineers using algorithmic tools and complex diagramming techniques.4
easycookingwithmolly.comEasy Breakfast Apple Crostata RecipePuffed Crostata filled with a delicious buttery center filled with Honey-Apple-Oats mix. Super Easy yet Super Yummmm!! Easy Breakfast Apple Crostata Recipe Perfect Family Breakfast! There's nothing better than sharing time with loved ones and this weekend we did just that along with these Easy Breakfast Apple Crostata Recipe ! My family ...43
dinnerwithjulie.comCanadian Semiaquatic Rodent Posterior Doughnuts - Dinner With JulieThere are certain unhealthy things you have to pull out of the closet once a year and make just for the sake of the day – or season – and most Canada days I make Nanaimo bars and butter tarts – so frequently, in fact, that I begin to crave both around the end of June. Ditto mini doughnuts – having grown up in Calgary, the first week of summer always smells like the midway. I’ve always been one to forego candy apples and cotton candy in lieu of fried dough in its many forms – this year I decided to combine the two holidays and make a batch of *Canadian Semiaquatic Rodent Posterior Doughnuts*, which have been around since the seventies, and if you’re in eastern Canada are as Canadian as any doughnut. (Mini or not.) Yes, there is a trademarked name for yeast-risen fried dough made by an Ottawa company since 1978 – they come slathered in Nutella sometimes, or just doused inContinue reading9