There's nothing like a good death by comma, you know? I'm finally sharing the photos from the epic final dinner at Steemfest2! <center>https://s20.postimg.org/q29q5oegd/DSC_0321.jpg</center> <center>https://s20.postimg.org/yabnqavyl/People2.jpg</center><center>https://s20.postimg.org/ykj6a3spp/DSC_0453.jpg</center> So the dinner was held at a place in Lisbon called Estufa Fria (and in case you tried to translate that American style, sadly it doesn't actually mean "free stuff".) The center is set on a hill on the outer side of the city but it was very near to the Steemfest2 hotel so @noboxes and I walked to find it. What we didn't realize until we got to the top was that the entrance is not on the top of the hill, it's on the lower side. So we made our way back down to find the entrance looking abandoned and dark. Luckily we weren't the only confused Steemians though. There were a few other wanderers there too so we all circled the building for a good 15 minutes until more people started showing up and that'
Dear steemians, # I am 30 years old and I am "multi intolerant" to gluten, glucose, lactose, baking powder, cocoa, caffeine, alcohol ... Crazy life!😆 # I decided to write a series of blogs about **Vegan/Vegetarian Restaurants**. I want to share with you my culinary discoveries! # ## Today, I traveled to Catalonia and I want to share with you, my wonderful lunch at "Grop" L'Escala (Spain). # !(https://steemitimages.com/DQmX1L6eJ4gyBYk2RbSZGNuGkfBMtMWhScfzxYPzgKbYbUS/image.png) # ## L'Escala, Catalonia (Spain) # !(https://steemitimages.com/DQmcttjznPkPp23bbuAgQmbn3WsY3rQv4KXD1ZzsX5ygo65/image.png) [Source image](http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-l9NEWbbTUss/Tqb2v8ucXjI/AAAAAAAAAM0/yD2YNM0bbbM/s640/bravia) # > L'Escala (Spanish: La Escala) is a municipality in the comarca of the Alt Empordà in Girona, Catalonia, Spain. It is situated on the Costa Brava, located between the southern end of the Gulf of Roses and Cala (bay) Montgó. It is an important fishing port and tourist center, and has a festival dedica
![20171104_232616.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmXw7QEPPKanPH6GuqK1Jx8HsEoRgJm344FvZuRasrovaV/20171104_232616.jpg) *What's the one thing you can think of that's the best indirect consequences of going to any Steemfest? Making a holiday of it abroad, of course! When I found out it was going to be held in Lisbon, I was so excited! Quite a number of my friends had already been and spoke very highly of the attractions in the city centre as well as the friendly nature of the locals.* **So, while the Steemfest celebrations were taking a well-earnred breaher, I explored the city together with @ezzy, @bkdbkd and @exyle. And for sure, I was very impressed from the very start.** ![20171101_111712.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmNXJzRHo13oAvgG8d7XBUG3WPQWAfYWEDNSC4nEt3jm3e/20171101_111712.jpg) ![20171101_111755.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmXG1M7at4bF8tig9svMEoC4gfsY37tdhvXibR72c6Ha3Z/20171101_111755.jpg) <center>*(A view from right outside our hotel.)*</center> <center>![line 3.png](https://steemitimages
#### Dear Steemit friends : ![U5dtUtY6tx6wnF5zw4JKAsvbLMVdHcP_1680x8400.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmUFqi9qYuCM2vNHEYbcdQqdtSWCnfJw8ewrSpJ67rEv8X/U5dtUtY6tx6wnF5zw4JKAsvbLMVdHcP_1680x8400.jpg) In today's edition of Miss. Delicious, we'll be going back to the capital of the ancient Roman/Byzantine empire, then known as ***Constantinople***, today known as ***Istanbul*** and dining at one of the most popular restaurants of the old city. The old city, ***Sultanahmet***, is the main hallmark of the many historically significant landmarks in *Istanbul*, for instance, the ***Blue Mosque*** and the ***Sophia Hagia***. Many of these historical gems are located in or around the ***Sultanahmet Square*** which has become a very popular tourist spot to see the two famous mosques as well as other notable places such as the ***Basilica Cistern*** and ***Topkapı Palace***, all walking distance from the square. Of all the places that I could have chosen to stay at in Istanbul, ***Sultanahmet*** was my top choice.
Hello dear Steemians, today I am sharing a recipe which is very good for health and it is also really good in taste, recipe name is mix vegetable rice (vegetable pulao). ![IMG_20171115_185325.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmeKN85EW4C2VFYw2mCXnSwmRjdzjbzeB2W6uc2omMytab/IMG_20171115_185325.jpg) it is a traditional rice recipe which has good taste and color, you can see from the name this recipe is made from different vegetables, most of you know that I love eating meat but sometimes you have to try vegetables too because these vegetables are really good for health and these vegetables protect you from different diseases well it is really a simple recipe which takes approximately 30 to 40 minutes. While cooking this you should kept in mind that if it is over cooked even for few minutes, the whole recipe will be spoiled. ![IMG_20171115_185306.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmRAMWhRVgb3oziJAj3ADEXT6UPGxyLvMHToBVXDMRcDed/IMG_20171115_185306.jpg) ![IMG_20171115_185243.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmbR
# The crêpe ![image](https://img.esteem.ws/qpxvo52u3z.jpg) Is a type of very thin pastry, usually made from wheat flour or buckwheat flour. Crêpes belong to the general category of ancient Greek Tiganitai, from Greek tiganos, meaning "frying pan", which in English is literally translated to Pancakes. While crêpes are often associated with Brittany, a region in the northwest of France, their consumption is widespread in France, Belgium, Canada, and many parts of Europe, North Africa, and the Southern Cone of South America. Crêpes are served with a variety of fillings, from the simplest with only sugar to flambéed crêpes Suzette or elaborate savoury galettes. ![image](https://img.esteem.ws/zf4k6fol61.jpg) ## Preparation Crêpes are made by pouring a wheat batter onto a frying pan or flat circular hot plate, often with a trace of butter or vegetable oil on the pan's surface. The batter is spread evenly over the cooking surface of the pan or plate either by tilting the pan or b
# The Cheddar cheese ![image](https://img.esteem.ws/ctmk0ru9m6.jpg) Is a relatively hard, off-white (or orange if spices such as annatto are added), sometimes sharp-tasting, natural cheese. Originating in the English village of Cheddar in Somerset, cheeses of this style are produced beyond this region and in several countries around the world. Cheddar is the most popular type of cheese in the UK, accounting for 51% of the country's £1.9 billion annual cheese market. It is the second-most popular cheese in the US (behind mozzarella), with an average annual consumption of 4.5 kg per capita. The US produced approximately 1,400,000 tonnes in 2014, and the UK 262,000 tonnes in 2008. ![image](https://img.esteem.ws/rly95b3zfz.jpg) The term "Cheddar cheese" is widely used, but has no protected designation of origin within the European Union. However, in 2007, a Protected Designation of Origin, "West Country Farmhouse Cheddar", was created and only Cheddar produced from local milk within Somerset,
20171115 As soon as we got up in the morning, we drove into the restaurant where we ate dinner yesterday. It was 08:30 in the morning. We were tired. So we got up lately. It was late breakfast, but I didn't like to skip the meal the sea women prepared for. There was not a person in the restaurant when we entered into. I ordered an abalone porridge and sea vegetable soup with sea urchin egg. ![20171113_093133.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmf9phxJj4wwkP3QUeAXiEVdGbN73ot4RWZdxscELDBbtA/20171113_093133.jpg) Actually only these 2 menu were possible at that time. The abalone porridge was not a special one I could take a taste only in CheJoo island. But we could enjoy and feel something special conditions here in this restaurant run by sea women. The abalone porridge was nice. Especially the abalone was very fresh. The color of the abalone porridge was green, it's because the guts of the abalone was included in the porridge. Outside of CheJoo island, it was white color because they not used the guts int
Can I just say that dealing with chestnuts is not exactly the most fun task in the world, which I’m sure any of you who’ve done it would agree with me. <center>https://s20.postimg.org/r377mlrjh/Creamy_Roasted_Chestnut_Potato_Soup_Vegan_5.jpg</center> <center>https://s20.postimg.org/5tjlbt0z1/Creamy_Roasted_Chestnut_Potato_Soup_Vegan_10.jpg</center> They’re just sort of high maintenance compared to what you get from them. However, I really like using them and I’ve gotta say I’ve dealt with much worse ingredients in my foodblogging past so it’s not too bad to mess with them a few times a year. Plus, you all know how much I love to get into themes and stuff, and come on, chestnuts and Christmas time go together like pb&j! Am I right? Am I right???? <center>https://s20.postimg.org/3oz8aqerx/Creamy_Roasted_Chestnut_Potato_Soup_Vegan_11.jpg</center> <center>https://s20.postimg.org/hinkzrk7x/Creamy_Roasted_Chestnut_Potato_Soup_Vegan_12.jpg</center> Before I get into that, I wanted to ask those of you
https://steemitimages.com/0x0/https://steemitimages.com/0x0/https://steemitimages.com/DQmaeCKUU3KsRdiSod3G57AYrmdfiPYggqLUneZNi116Q3F/image.png Greetings amazing world of Steemians and Steemit Iron Chefs!!! It's Friday and time to reveal the mystery product of the week and kick start this 12th round of **Steemit Iron Chef!!!** Are you guys ready for another exciting week of SIC!? Well my friends, we have had 11 amazing rounds up to now and I am sure we will be seeing more and more wonderfully prepared food blogs same as we are discovering each week! **Without losing too much time, let me present you the mystery product of the week...** https://steemitimages.com/0x0/https://steemitimages.com/DQmPf1MZXt5yyWpUJc1eL6fZK11UGMSH3YhxJ9DdiKfMZus/banner2.png ### STEEMIT IRON CHEF WEEK #12 The product for you to work on this week is... **CAULIFLOWER** https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2014/06/23/brassicas-1-47dd091d34bd14d77888233087d48df618a7a65c-s900-c85.jpg Surprise, surprise...another vegetable again th