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Nunor Bora

Nunor Bora, also known as Nungora is a savoury rice flour snack made of onion, ginger and turmeric that gives the snack its golden appearance. It is also known as Nuniya Pitha in Bangladesh. It is a traditional and a popular Pitha in Sylhet. It i ...

                                               

Chunga Pitha

Chunga Pitha, also known as Chungapura Pitha, is a traditional rice cake originating in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh. Though the main ingredients for Chunga Pitha is bamboo and glutinous rice, it is also made with binni rice, milk, sugar, coco ...

                                               

Handesh

Handesh, also known as Guror Sandesh in Bangladesh is a sweet and puffy deep-fried snack. It is a deep fried molasses cake, and also known as teler pitha. Earlier days, like other Pithas, this delicacy was used to made from rice threshing by Dhek ...

                                               

Shahi jilapi

Shahi jilapi is a famous and traditional sweetmeat originating from Chowk Bazaar, an iftar and food hub in Old Dhaka of Bangladesh, which is very popular throughout the country. Especially, in Ramadan it is most commonly prepared and sold in Chaw ...

                                               

Nasi tutug oncom

Nasi tutug oncom or sometimes simply called tutug oncom, is an Indonesian style rice dish, made of rice mixed with oncom fermented beans, originally from Tasikmalaya, West Java. It is usually wrapped in banana leaves and served with various side ...

                                               

Club

Club weapon, a blunt-force weapon Juggling club Indian club, an exercise device Golf club Throwing club, an alternative name for a throwing stick Throwing club, an item of sport equipment used in the club throw

                                               

Melt

Melt inclusions, a feature of igneous rock Melt manufacturing, the semi-liquid material used in steelmaking and glassblowing Melting, in physics, the process of heating a solid substance to a liquid Melt geology, magma Meltwater, water released f ...

                                               

Bageterie Boulevard

Bageterie Boulevard, is a Czech fast food restaurant chain, headquartered in Prague. The first establishment was opened in 2003 in Dejvice. As of 2020, restaurants in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany and the United Arab Emirates operate unde ...

                                               

Knuckle (disambiguation)

Knuckles, the dorsal crenulations bumps of the gray whale where most whales have a dorsal fin Knuckle-walking, a form of quadrupedal walking in which the forelimbs hold the fingers in a partially flexed posture that allows body weight to press do ...

                                               

EAT

EAT or eat may refer to eating: the process of consuming food, for the purpose of providing for the nutritional needs of an animal. The term may also refer to:

                                               

Heros

Heros may refer to: Hero ἥρως, hērōs Heros, a hero of the Greek hero cult Thracian Heros or "Thracian horseman" Plural for a "Hero" sub sandwich The Heroes 1973 film, also called Les heros French ship Heros, several ships by the name Heros HEROS ...

                                               

Bellingshausen

Bellingshausen may refer to: Bellingshausen Plate, a tectonic plate Bellingshausen Station, a Russian base on King George Island, Antarctica 3659 Bellingshausen, an asteroid Bellinghausen or Bellingshausen, an atoll in the Society Islands, also k ...

                                               

SGS

SGS may refer to: Styling Garage, a German tuner and coachbuilder active in the 1980s Serbian Genealogical Society Saudi Geological Survey South Georgia Survey, four expeditions 1951–1957 led by V. Duncan Carse which mapped the South Georgia Anta ...

                                               

McDonalds Pakistan

McDonalds Pakistan is the Pakistani subsidiary of the international fast food chain, McDonalds. Its first restaurant was established in Lahore, followed by a second restaurant a week later in Karachi, in September 1998. McDonalds Pakistan current ...

                                               

HJ

Heterojunction, the interface between two layers of dissimilar crystalline semiconductors Hall–Janko group, a mathematical group U.S. code for a cryptographic key change; see cryptoperiod

                                               

Odette L. Shotwell

Odette Louise Shotwell, Ph.D. was an organic chemist known for her contributions to natural products chemistry of antibiotics and insecticides.

                                               

Connie (The Walking Dead)

Connie is a fictional character in the comic book series The Walking Dead and the television series of the same name, where she is portrayed by Lauren Ridloff. In both universes, Connie is part of a small group of roaming survivors which is led b ...

                                               

Biscochos

Biscochos, also known as biscochos de huevo, or biscotios, are a traditional Sephardi Jewish ring-shaped cookie commonly prepared for Hanukkah, Purim, and other Jewish holidays.

                                               

Mohn kichel

Mohn kichel, also known as mon kichel, or poppy seed kichel, is an Ashkenazi Jewish cookie made with poppy seeds. Mohn kichel were popular among the inhabitants of the shtetl, as they were more economical to make than other Jewish cookies such as ...

                                               

Makhshirin

Makhshirin is the eighth tractate, in the Mishnah and Tosefta, of the sixth Talmudic order Tohorot. This tractate contains six chapters, divided respectively into 6, 11, 8, 10, 11, and 8 sections, while the Tosefta has only three chapters and 31 ...

                                               

Meilah

Meilah is a tractate of Seder Kodashim in the Mishnah, Tosefta, and Babylonian Talmud. It deals chiefly with the exact provisions of the law concerning the trespass-offering and the reparation which must be made by one who has used and enjoyed a ...

                                               

Aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire

On 14 June 2017, the Grenfell Tower fire broke out in the 24-storey Grenfell Tower block of flats in North Kensington, West London, at 00:54 BST; it caused 72 deaths, including those of two victims who later died in hospital. More than 70 others ...

                                               

Miyoko Schinner

Miyoko Schinner is an American chef, cookbook author, animal sanctuary founder and owner of dairy-free cheese brand Miyokos Creamery. She is a leading advocate for the right of vegan food products to use traditional meat and dairy terms on their ...

                                               

3D food printing

3D food printing is the process of manufacturing food products using a variety of additive manufacturing techniques. Most commonly, food grade syringes hold the printing material, which is then deposited through a food grade nozzle layer by layer ...

                                               

Shelleys Vegetarianism

Shelleys Vegetarianism is a 1891 pamphlet on the vegetarianism of Percy Bysshe Shelley by William Axon, published by the Vegetarian Society. It is a printing of a lecture delivered by Axon before the Shelley Society, at University College in 1890.

                                               

History of the Jews in Maryland

Jews have settled in Maryland since the 17th century. As of 2018, Marylands population was 3.9% Jewish at 201.600 people. The largest Jewish populations in Maryland are in Montgomery County and the Baltimore metropolitan area, particularly Pikesv ...

                                               

My Kitchen Rules (series 11)

The eleventh season of the Australian competitive cooking competition show My Kitchen Rules, titled The Rivals, premiered on the Seven Network on 2 February 2020. Applications for contestants opened during the airing of the tenth season. Pete Eva ...

                                               

Çokelek

Çokelek, is a fermented and acid/heat coagulated fresh cheese from Turkey and Azerbaijan. It can be produced from heating fermented buttermaking by-products such as buttermilk, though skimmed milk yogurt can also be used as a starting material. I ...

                                               

Garnish

Garnish may refer to: Garnish, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Cocktail garnish, decorative ornaments that add character or style to a mixed drink Garnish, an aspect of military camouflage Garnish fee, a fee paid by a new prisoner to other pris ...

                                               

NDA

National Defense Academy of Japan, a military academy in Japan National Defence Academy India, a military academy in India Niger Delta Avengers, a militant group in Nigerias Niger Delta Nigerian Defence Academy, a military academy in Nigeria Nati ...

                                               

HP

HP Foods Hewlett-Packard, forerunner of HP Inc. HP Sauce, formerly made by HP Foods HP Books, an imprint of the Penguin Group Handley Page, an aircraft company Hindustan Petroleum America West Airliness IATA airline code

                                               

Kwetiau ayam

Kwetiau ayam, kuetiau ayam or sometimes kwetiau ayam kuah is a common Chinese Indonesian dish of seasoned flat rice noodles topped with diced chicken meat. It is often described as a kwetiau version of the popular mie ayam, and especially common ...

                                               

Indo

Indo may refer to: Indonesia, a country in Asia Indo-, a prefix indicating India and the Indian Subcontinent INDO LINES, callsign of Indonesia Airlines Indo people, people of Indonesian ancestry Indomie, an instant noodle in Indonesia Indovision, ...

                                               

Mami

Mami given name, a Japanese feminine given name Mami Sasazaki, a member of Japanese girl rock band Scandal Japanese band Cheb Mami, Algerian raï singer Mami goddess, a goddess in the Babylonian epic Atra-Hasis Mami Wata, a pantheon of ancient wat ...

                                               

Bawang goreng

Bawang goreng is an Indonesian crispy fried shallots condiment, a popular garnishing to be sprinkled upon various dishes of Indonesian cuisine. It is quite similar to crisp fried onion.

                                               

Cynthia Delaney Suwito

Cynthia Delaney Suwito is an Indonesian artist currently based in Singapore. Her works often explore themes of time and daily rituals. She is most well known for her use of instant noodles as art material.

                                               

Cilok

Cilok is an Indonesian ball-shaped dumpling made from aci, a Sundanese snack originated from West Java, Indonesia. In Sundanese, cilok is an abbreviation of aci dicolok or "poked tapioca", since the tapioca balls are poked with lidi skewers made ...

                                               

Ping Coombes

Ping Coombes is a British cook and winner of 2014s MasterChef competition broadcast on BBC One. Her final menu was to prepare a three-course meal for judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace. Coombes winning menu consisted of: Dessert: Coconut and Va ...

                                               

Green Elephant Vegetarian Bistro

The Green Elephant Vegetarian Bistro is a vegetarian restaurant serving Thai cuisine in Portland, Maine that opened in 2007 in the citys Arts District. A second Green Elephant restaurant located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire opened in 2015. It has ...

                                               

String

String or strings may refer to: String structure, a long flexible structure made from threads twisted together, which is used to tie, bind, or hang other objects

                                               

Cha Ca La Vong

Cha Ca La Vong is a Vietnamese grilled fish dish, originally from Hanoi. The dish is traditionally made with hemibagrus, which is a genus of catfish. The fish is cut into pieces and marinated in a turmeric-based sauce, which often includes shrimp ...

                                               

PewDiePie (YouTube channel)

PewDiePie is a YouTube channel that launched on 29 April 2010. The channel was created by Swedish YouTuber, comedian, and philanthropist Felix Kjellberg, better known by his online alias PewDiePie. The channels catalog is composed primarily of Le ...

                                               

Ximen Qing

Ximen Qing is a fictional Chinese Song dynasty merchant, womanizer, and murderer in Yanggu County, Shandong. He is the male protagonist in the novel Jin Ping Mei and a minor character in the novel Water Margin. In both novels, he is portrayed as ...

                                               

Congratulations

"Congratulations" Chinese song, or "Wishing You Happiness and Prosperity", a popular Mandarin Chinese song and a Chinese Lunar New Year standard "Congratulations", by Blue October featuring Imogen Heap from Blue Octobers album Foiled "Congratulat ...

                                               

Amor e Dedinhos de Pe

Amor e Dedinhos de Pe is a 1992 Portuguese-language Portuguese-French-Spanish film of romantic drama genre, directed and written by Luis Filipe Rocha and Izaias Almada, and starring Joaquim de Almeida, Ana Torrent and Jean-Pierre Cassel. It is ba ...

                                               

ProtoPie

Protopie is an interactive prototyping app for digital products that does not require software coding. It operates on both MacOS and Windows, and has a mobile player that operates on Android and iOS. Sensors supported by the program include tilt, ...

                                               

Buko (disambiguation)

Andrzej Buko born 1947, a Polish medieval archaeologist David Buko, a Papua New Guinean rugby league player Bukō Shimizu 1913–1995, a Japanese photographer

                                               

Kit Kat (disambiguation)

Sidney Kitcat 1868–1942, English cricketer Kitkat comedian, a Filipina comedian, singer, and actress Kit Kat, an uncommon but still extant nickname for a woman named Catharine, Catherine, Katharine, or Katherine Kit Kat, Christopher Catling, owne ...

                                               

Baek Hee-na

Baek Hee-na, is a South Korean author and illustrator of childrens books. She was the recipient of Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in 2020. Her books have been translated to several languages, including English, German, Chinese, Japanese and Norwe ...

                                               

The Big Picture

The Big Picture The Salads album, a 2006 album "Big Picture", a song by Loverboy from the 1997 album Six The Big Picture Michael Shrieve album, a 1988 collaborative album by Michael Shrieve and David Beal The Big Picture Michael W. Smith album, a ...

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