Baš nam se prijelo nešto slatko, a vama❔Hajde da podelimo čokoladnu tortu sa dvostrukim filom. 😉 🍰
⏩⏩⏩Sastojci za Čokoladnu tortu sa dvostrukim filom:
➡ kašika kakaoa
➡ 12 kašika šećera
➡ 200 gr oraha
➡ 1 štangla rendane čokolade
➡ 2 margarina za kolače
➡ 400 gr šećera u prahu
➡ 18 jaja
➡ 450 gr #belgian čokolade za kuvanje
➡ 300 gr keksa (mlevenog)
➡ 500 ml slatke pavlake.
⏩⏩⏩ Čokoladna torta sa dvostrukim filom se priprema na sledeći način:
➡ Umutiti 6 jaja, orahe, 6 kašika šećera, kakao, 100 gr mlevenog keksa. Peći veliku koru koju treba podeliti na tri dela. Ili peći tri zasebne kore. Peći na 200 stepeni.2 margarina umutiti sa 400g šećera u prahu. Dodati 12 žumanaca i dobro izmiksati. Otopiti 300gr #belgian čokolade i dodati masi. Lepo izmešati i dodati 200g mlevenog keksa. Posebno umutiti 12 belanaca sa 6 kašika šećera. Sve sjediniti. Umutiti slatku pavlaku u šlag kremu i dodati joj 150 gr otopljene #belgian čokolade za kuvanje. Preliti tortu oblikovanu po želji. ✔ Prijatno! 😘😍💕
#bomma#fairy#art#belgian#tribute#painting This is my bomma, I am half Belgian. I live her she is also my godmother. In this case my fairy Godmother. She is 86 years old. And my example in life. Normally I don't paint from a model. I just love the feeling of paint in a canvas.
To help me cope with the death of a fictional character, I eat a Belgian chocolate. Oh, Dr. Shepherd, Jack Pearson, Robb, and Catelyn 😢
But what makes Belgian chocolates 'Belgian'? To be certified as Belgian chocolate it must be made with 100% cacao butter, vegetable fats can't be used. The sourcing of cocoa beans, local ingredients, and cultural taste preferences affect the flavor of chocolate in each region.
It was the Belgians who introduced praline and chocolate truffles.
Alice Seeley Harris (1870–1970) was an English missionary and an early documentary photographer. Her photography helped to expose the human rights abuses in the Congo Free State under the regime of Leopold II, King of the Belgians
This picture was taken by Alice Seely, who exposed the Human Rights violations in the Belgian Congo at the time, the man in the photo carried these pieces of his daughter quite some distance after Belgian soldiers came to his village to intimidate the populace(which was common practice at the time) one of the methods were to sometimes cut up a child or two, or even at times some of the women. This intimidation would cause the workers to work harder and longer on the rubber plantations as well as the railway systems which were part of the large scale industrialization by Leopold, but also bankrupted him. Not long after this picture was submitted to british media, was the Belgians ousted from the Congo, and the French submitted to being the colony in the congo(which is why French is a primary language to this day in modern DRC)
And that family 👪 is your history lesson for today.👍🏻
James Ensor was one of the most original painters of the late nineteenth century. Populated with masks and skeletons, his macabre images are morbid commentaries on the human condition, his hometown of Ostend on the North Sea, Belgian history, and his own mortality. Human bones were regularly uncovered in Ostend well into the twentieth century, residue of the carnage there during early seventeenth-century warfare, and Ensor retained childhood memories of their exhumation. In 1888 he made a little etching of himself as a reclining skeleton in slippers, entitled My Portrait in 1960 (that is, at age one hundred). Belonging to a group of closely related paintings from the late 1880s, the enigmatic Skeletons Warming Themselves is among the artist’s masterpieces. He has placed three dressed-up skeletons in the foreground around a stove on which is written “Pas de feu” and under it “en trouverez vous demain?”—“No fire. Will you find any tomorrow?” The skeletons are accompanied by a palette and brush, a violin, and a lamp. Presumably Ensor intended these items to symbolize art, music, and literature. If so, the probable implication is that artistic inspiration, or patronage to support it, has expired. Understood as a scene in an artist’s studio, Skeletons Warming Themselves resembles a vignette from the popular medieval and early Renaissance print cycles of the Dance of Death, each print portraying skeletons as an allegorical comment on the vanities of a particular profession or social type. X-radiographs reveal another finished picture beneath this scene. It is a bust-length portrait of a young girl, probably painted before 1883. Ensor’s reuse of an earlier canvas may reflect his own difficult economic condition in 1889. @kimbellartmuseum
“Skeletons Warming Themselves”
Oil on canvas (29 7/16 x 23 5/8 inches)
Kimbell Art Museum – Fort Worth, Texas
Voici mes produits préférés depuis cet été ! Bien que la crème corporelle @hawaiiantropic.fr est un after sun, je continue à l'appliquer sur les zones sèches de ma peau 😍 odeur coco à tomber... Et ça fait un bien fou d'avoir sa peau qui ne tiraille pas. Concernant l'huile anti-cellulite @lepetitmarseillais, je ne peux pas certifier à 100% que cela marche car je ne l'ai pas utilisée régulièrement (oui j'ai une vie en dehors de me préoccuper de mon physique haha) mais j'ai tout de même remarqué une petite diminution. 🤷🏼♀️😇 Au pire c'est pas grave, apprenons à nous aimer 💕
Je ne fais pas ce post juste pour dire de. En général lorsque je parle de produits c'est vraiment parce que je les aime ! 😌 (Sinon, ce que vous voyez en dessous de mes deux produits, c'est mon plaid sirène même si on s'enfou😍) #blondie#blogger#inspo#beautytest#test#bodybutter#anticellulite#belgian#product#fashiondaily#beauty#mindfull#bodypositive#body#loveyourself#alwayssmile#fun#girl#smile#picoftheday