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The Best of TIG | Favourite Recipes: An Archive

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Table for Two - Recipe : Ricotta & Sage Filled Beet Ravioli
This Is Glamorous | Table for Two | Recipe : White Truffle French Fries
Recipe : Quick Pesto Tortellini with Asparagus & Capers
Table for Two | Recipe : Chai Banana Cake
Recipe : Leek Soup with Shoestring Potatoes & Fried Herbs
Recipe: Lemon Haupia Hibiscus Cake
The Art of the Perfect French Omelette
In the Kitchen | Recipe: Banana & Maple Layer Cake with Avocado Chocolate Frosting
In the Kitchen | Two Chocolate Recipes to Try this Weekend: Cake & Brownies

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News 30.09.22 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Human beings crave all sorts of things: coffee, sugar, sex, gambling, Xanax, porn, binge-watching TV shows, doomscrolling on social media, cocaine, online gaming, heroin, methamphetamines, hoarding. We each find different substances and activities alluring, and we develop distinct habits of choice. Cravings are an especially forceful and persuasive class of desires. When a craving strikes, it can be very tricky to resist or ignore. Sometimes we distract ourselves and move on with little effort. In other instances, it can feel nearly impossible not to act on a craving. What we’re drawn to, and what we’re vulnerable to, seems to reflect our individual personalities, preferences, cultural location, values, identities, coping mechanisms, and other life circumstances. So, why do we crave what we crave, and why are cravings sometimes so forcefully motivating?

Décor Inspiration: Outdoor Curtains

NEVER REALISED the need for outdoor curtains until coming across it again and again, mostly in archways and doorways, sometimes from the windows of juliet balconies on old apartment buildings and saw how utterly charming it is …

News 28.09.22 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

From 1972, Alan Rickman kept a pocket diary in which he noted appointments, anniversaries, opening nights and addresses. In 1992, he started to produce a much fuller account of his life and work and bought diaries from a local stationer’s that gave him a page a day to play with. These number 26 volumes, several of which are colourfully and beautifully illustrated.



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