As the sandwich was invented

Jessica Oreck tells us in her TED talk by the idea, Eating to put between two slices of bread. the „Sandwich“ was born - and lives to this day. I especially like the small handicraft, which was carried out by it for visualization.

today, it is estimated that 50% of Americans eat at least one sandwich every day. And while it’s all but impossible to imagine a world without them, sandwiches have only been around since 1762.

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How the sandwich was invented | Moments of Vision 5 - Jessica Oreck

The „Pie-wisher“

„If you want peace, prepare for war“ is a Latin proverb and literally means „If you want peace, ready (the) War in front.“ This ancient quote used known as Frank Castle in the „The Punisher“ Adaptation of the Year 2004. And this exact quote adorns the following, great Punisher Cake…

The & quot; Pie-wisher"

And this was the cake, before baking. Just great!

The & quot; Pie-wisher"
(via reddit)

mini Sushi

When viewing this clip you can feel like a giant for once and inhabit the preparation of a mini-Sushi. Whether you'll be full of it, is probably more a matter of quantity… ;)

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MiniFood Sushi miniature sushi to be eaten

Coop sells worm burgers and insects Mincemeat from May 2017

According to Business Insider sells Coop, one of the two major Swiss supermarket chains, from May 2017 Mealworm burgers and meatballs from insects. I'm sure about the first in line and perhaps I will indeed soon insect Aryans, who knows? Currently is precisely again Dschungelcamp-time…

Starting May 2017, Coop, one of Switzerland’s largest wholesale retailers, will start selling „Burgers“ and „meatballs“ — both primarily made from mealworm larvae — at select grocery locations. It will Partner with Essento, a Swiss startup that makes food from insects, Switzerland’s the LOCAL reports.

Coop plans to eventually offer more insect products Beyond burgers and meatballs, Essento co-founder Christian Bärtsch tells Business Insider. He declined to specify what they will be and how many Coop locations will carry Essento’s products.

sea ​​Raven: Food Destroyer

The Spanish artist Mar Cuervo speaks aware of „edible objects“ - not from „food“ and who had not ever the urge, beating in such a beautifully presented oriented Instagram image? All pictures of the project can be found on the enjoy site of Cuervo.

They were screaming to be destroyed. I used my anger to rise against our society´s fear of the power of anger and against its obsession with perfection. Anger is usually silenced and avoided as an ostracised and negative feeling, but it is probably the strongest feeling we have and the one that make us Change things. Destroying this gentle objects is a ceremony where I funnel my inner outrage and dissatisfaction against the elements that create them in the first place.

sea ​​Raven: Food Destroyer
sea ​​Raven: Food Destroyer
sea ​​Raven: Food Destroyer
sea ​​Raven: Food Destroyer
sea ​​Raven: Food Destroyer
sea ​​Raven: Food Destroyer
sea ​​Raven: Food Destroyer
sea ​​Raven: Food Destroyer

Volcano Bread: How to make bread with volcanic heat

On Laugarvatn Fontana in Iceland can be observed, as the Icelandic rye bread is baked in the old fashioned way…

In my research of „cool Iceland foods“ (very possibly my actual Google Search) I came upon the Rye Bread Experience offered at Laugarvatn Fontana Spa, just about an hour outside of Reykjavik. So, I emailed them, and with a little friendly back and forth, arranged a day to come by and film. easy! This producing stuff wasn’t so hard after all.

So my cousin and I went, and we filmed, and we ate dense, Sweet, molasses-y bread that Viktor took straight out of the bubbling sand, topped with an alarmingly thick cut of Icelandic butter that looked like cheese, but wasn’t. We learned about the geothermal activity surrounding Laugarvatn, which translates to „hot spring lake,“ and how locals from nearby share the six geothermal „ovens“ for personal cooking, like slow-cooked lamb.

The experience was unforgettable, and my goal with the film was to share that with you. sadly, I’ve only got picture and sound to work with, So what’s missing from this Video is the taste of that bread, and the feeling of hot steam against your minimally exposed skin (Because despite that geothermal heat, damn it was cold), and the inescapable smell of sulphur bursting from the earth.

Tragically those things can’t be uploaded to YouTube (yet) but I hope I managed to capture and communicate this day – how a place can be both exotic and surreal yet entirely colorless; how an experience can be firmly rooted on earth but completely dreamy. Grey, drab, drizzly, and magical. This is Iceland to me. It’s just another day on a foreign planet.

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Volcano Bread

If meat eaters as vegans argue

The long-haired redhead JP has a beautiful Verarsche vegans at Home: „Broccoli, this is the Eating my food!“ and „your salad spoils my appetite totally on my steak!“ can we u.a. hear… 'm curious, whether vegans can laugh about :)

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If Meat Eaters Acted Like Vegans - Ultra Spiritual Life episode 35

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Here as today and with you?

Dog or snack?

Karen Zack has thrown a not entirely simple guessing game on the net and I did not know until just grade, that you can also eat NEN Mop… ;)

Dog or snack?
Dog or snack?
Dog or snack?
Dog or snack?

Children try sweets from the past 100 Years

The YouTube channel of the blog Enjoy your meal has a few children sweets from the past 100 added years to taste. Some of the sweets, the case comes to the table, may be rather unknown to us though, but is so much more on the reactions of the little ones, the products such as Abba-Zaba from the 1920s, Fireballs try from the 1950s and Candy Buttons from the 1980s. And the comments are actually delicious… :)

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Kids Try 100 Years of Candy | Enjoy your meal
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