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    Something with meringue on top....?
    Congrats on passing the 500th workout in your quest to conquer all DareBee workouts!

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      Originally posted by DorothyMH View Post
      Something with meringue on top....?
      Congrats on passing the 500th workout in your quest to conquer all DareBee workouts!


      not on top ... you will see later Definitely something were I need to do at least 10 workouts to earn it ...

      Thanks. Just 1000+ to go

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        DorothyMH dessert is ready ... „Mini Pavlovas“ - a friend of mine was so nice pointing this one out to me as a potential recipe for lefofter egg-white


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          They seem so delicious !!!! Come to me desserts I'll love you, promise

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            28.12.2020

            - Morning Mobility

            DareBee Challenge started: 29.04.2020:
            - DareBee #507: Sniper
            - DareBee #508: Savior

            - Cold-Shower-Day 761

            - WHM - breathing: 1 / 7

            - meditation 1 / 7

            - Steps: 7.746 / 10.000

            - Playing the guitar: 0 / 7

            - currently reading:

            - Cool-Down



            Today I tried „Pabellon Criollo“. Thanks Sólveig I hope I did it right, at least it looks right. Some steps in preparation and cooking I will adapt in the future, but for the first try, I am really happy so far. Very delicious.


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            Wish you all a great start in your week my bees. Now: coffee, a good book, Netflix, perhaps a beer later on, what else to wish for ...

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              Those mini pavlovas look fantastic!!

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                that food looks so delicious ....

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                  29.12.2020

                  - Morning Mobility

                  DareBee Challenge started: 29.04.2020:
                  - DareBee #509: Drag & Drop
                  - DareBee #510: Cardio Sofa
                  - DareBee #511: Springboard
                  - DareBee #512: the Bottom Line

                  - Cold-Shower-Day 762

                  - WHM - breathing: 2 / 7

                  - meditation 2 / 7

                  - Steps: 8.813 / 10.000

                  - Playing the guitar: 1 / 7

                  - currently reading:

                  - Cool-Down


                  did some Kettlebell Exercises as well.


                  And, another kitchen-session: „Aligot à la tomme de Savoie“


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                    The pabellón looks good for a first try. The plantain could be a little bit more yellow/golden, but the rest looks fantastic!

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                      Ah, Aligot... So good when done with good products! What kind of meat did you eat it with (the brown parts) ? I like it with a good smoked sausage... Diot is often recommended.

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                        Originally posted by Sólveig View Post
                        The pabellón looks good for a first try. The plantain could be a little bit more yellow/golden, but the rest looks fantastic!
                        Thanks, looking forward to the second try.

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                          Originally posted by PetiteSheWolf View Post
                          Ah, Aligot... So good when done with good products! What kind of meat did you eat it with (the brown parts) ? I like it with a good smoked sausage... Diot is often recommended.
                          Aligot is always a pleasure Normally I would add a nice sausage as well, especially a boudin ... I love the latter but due to corona, grocery shopping and things to use up at home, I went for simple ground-beef-patties. It was very spontaneous today, originally I would have made a Truffade ... so, perhaps tomorrows food-porn-picture ... Oh boy, I need to go to work again, I spent definitely too much time in the kitchen lately ...

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                            Zenchan

                            I am still a book-devourer, but I have to confess that 2020 was not quite my personal book-year, though. Hopefully 2021 will be more „readable“

                            That´s quite a good question. Have to think about it more closely, though. But to give you nonetheless a quick reply:

                            I think you mean the Cato & Macro series by Scarrow? If so, this was definitely quite a read, and I really enjoyed the series, well, still do, the last book is still unread on my evergrowing book-pile.

                            It is also a difference if you are looking for „historical“ or „historical fiction“ books? What are you looking for exactly? What era?

                            So, because I don’t know, I just write some authors down which came to my mind right now.

                            If you like Scarrow (historical fiction), you will probably also like Simon Turney as well. He has a few series to choose from. (ottoman cycle, romans, etc.)

                            Robert Graves you already mentioned. But I have to say, the only books I read by him is the Claudius series.
                            One of my all-time-fav-authors is Christian G. Cameron. He writes „historical fiction“. And because he does reenactment and some stuff, he knows what he writes. He has some series in the greek areas, if this is something you like. For me personally, I really enjoyed the „Tom Swan series“ and the „chivalry series“ - well, not the roman area if this is what you are looking for, though. But nonetheless, a recommendation. He also writes interesting fantasy under the name of „Miles Cameron“.

                            Adrian Goldsworthy is also an author to look after! The same goes for R.W. Peake, Roger Crowley, Mike Duncan, Michael Jones, Robert Harris (cicero trilogy), etc.

                            Most authors are also available in german I think.

                            Sorry, there is still be more, but I think for the start this should suffice. if you like we can exchange further on this topic and I can think more deeply about it.

                            Wish you a great day.

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                              Congratulations on passing the 500 mark on your DAREBEE workouts quest!

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                                Rainbow Dragon thank you

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