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In Jane Austen’s day, only the most privileged English families served “ices”—frozen desserts made of fruit, sugar and water or cream. Cooks often pressed these concoctions into fruit- or flower-shaped molds to make frosty, alluring sculptures.

In Jane Austen’s day, only the most privileged English families served “ices”—frozen desserts made of fruit, sugar and water or cream. Cooks often pressed these concoctions into fruit- or flower-shaped molds to make frosty, alluring sculptures.

yum this sounds so interesting! I love froyo and earl greay tea! earl grey frozen yogurt

Earl Grey Ice Cream

Keep seeing this pinned as as "earl grey" ice cream - its not. It's actually black sesame ice cream, yummy!

This striking mask would have been lashed to a tall cane dance costume that would have towered six feet above the dancer’s body. The mask has a powerful expression and bold colors. As one can see from the dark patinated reverse the mask has substantial age. The mask is 20 Ѕ" (52 cm) in height and dates to the 1920s

This striking mask would have been lashed to a tall cane dance costume that would have towered six feet above the dancer’s body. The mask has a powerful expression and bold colors. As one can see from the dark patinated reverse the mask has substantial age. The mask is 20 Ѕ" (52 cm) in height and dates to the 1920s

‘Magnetic Stalactite’, a pendulous sculpture consisting of a collection of random metal detritus. Kara Uzelman’s first solo exhibition in Berlin, ‘The Cavorist Project’, takes as its starting point eccentric scientist Joseph Cavor, a character from H.G.Wells 1901 novel ‘The First Men on the Moon’, who developed an anti-gravitational material he named ‘Cavorite’. Uzelman starts with a fiction from which a further fiction is elaborated, which attaches itself, barnacle like, to the first.

‘Magnetic Stalactite’, a pendulous sculpture consisting of a collection of random metal detritus. Kara Uzelman’s first solo exhibition in Berlin, ‘The Cavorist Project’, takes as its starting point eccentric scientist Joseph Cavor, a character from H.G.Wells 1901 novel ‘The First Men on the Moon’, who developed an anti-gravitational material he named ‘Cavorite’. Uzelman starts with a fiction from which a further fiction is elaborated, which attaches itself, barnacle like, to the first.

mini banana pudding | Justin & Mary #wedding

Fall Virginia Wedding by Justin & Mary

Après avoir passé des heures à se déchaîner sur la piste de danse, il n'y a rien qui rendra vos invités plus heureux que de découvrir des délicieux en-cas

11 en-cas sucrés à proposer à vos convives après minuit

Don't Forget Dessert - Though dinner is the main course, delicious desserts will ensure your wedding ends on a sweet note. One unexpected option? These nutmeg-dusted beignets served with mini malted milkshakes.

card display for buffet

Catch as Catch Can 78

chalkboards/apples=fun food identifiers for buffet or pot luck-think dessert table, wedding, etc Gift area label

For nearly 2000 years, beginning around 3500 BC, the ancient Ecuadorian cultures (called the Valdivian Phase) carved figurines out of stone (particularly limestone). It is believed these ancient artifacts were used for rituals performed by tribal shaman. The shaman may have used the figures as "vessels" for his own spirit, entering them so he could be close to the person in need. They could have been used for healing, fertility, or other reasons.

For nearly 2000 years, beginning around 3500 BC, the ancient Ecuadorian cultures (called the Valdivian Phase) carved figurines out of stone (particularly limestone). It is believed these ancient artifacts were used for rituals performed by tribal shaman. The shaman may have used the figures as "vessels" for his own spirit, entering them so he could be close to the person in need. They could have been used for healing, fertility, or other reasons.

Koolaid Popcorn! Just made this and I must say its pretty friggin awesome! I made 1/2 the syrup recipe and it was a lot. I'd say if ur gonna make more than one color make 1/4 of the recipe for each color.

Koolaid Popcorn-Made apple koolaid popcorn (could have used 4 bags of popcorn to sauce) and mixed with microwave caramel corn. Tastes like the caramel apple suckers.

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