Here is the first time I’m not talking about cooking recipes.
Because I heard bad NEWS from Flickr (photos storage). They announced that Free members with more than 1,000 photos and/or videos uploaded to Flickr have until Tuesday, January 8, 2019, to upgrade to Pro or download content over that limit. After January 8, 2019, members over the limit will no longer be able to upload new photos to Flickr. After February 5, 2019, Free accounts that contain over 1,000 photos and/or videos will have content actively deleted—starting from oldest to newest date uploaded—to meet the new limit.
Has anyone stored your photos in Flickr? If you own a Flickr Pro account, that’s no problem at all but not the free members, sadly!
But I am one of the free members for so many years since. And my blog’s photos are linked in Flickr mainly.
If they changed the policy to keep 1,000 photos only for free, and more than that will get deleted automatically.
How about my blog’s photos were there so many years already? Once they deleted, my photos will get vanish! And I can’t afford to pay the Pro account as well.
Slow Cook Kale & Butternut Squash Dal (羽衣甘藍 & 南瓜, 印度豆)
Dal or dhal is a dried pulse which has been split. The outer hull is usually stripped off; dal that has not been hulled is described as chilka (skin), e.g. chilka urad dal, mung dal chilka.
Dhal is the Indian staple made from split pulses. They’re high in fibre, full of good protein, low in calories, fat-free, quick and easy to cook, reasonable cheap, substantial, versatile and delicious. It can serve with rice or naan bread. The chana dhal, an Indian chickpea, used most often to make dhal in India. But now, most of the people use the yellow split peas, red or green lentil instead. Split peas will give a slightly creamier dhal. If you can’t find fresh curry leaves, you can use frozen one like me.
The original graham cracker was made with graham flour, a combination of finely-ground unbleached-wheat flour with the wheat bran and germ coarsely-ground and added back in providing flavor. It has unsweetened or mildly sweetened, they are more commonly known as a sugar- or honey-sweetened baked good that approaches a cookie.
Homemade Figs & Cranberry with ‘Pu-erh’普洱茶 Mincemeat for Christmas Mince Pie
Wish you all have a wonderful and happy Christmas with your family and friends. Enjoy and have a great time together!
Mince pie is the must-to-do list for my family during every Christmas. But the shop bought mincemeat put me off. I don’t like them at all since I bought one jar from the shop to make my mince pie (I tried few of different brands already). They’re far too sweet for me.
Omg! It’s hard to believe that nearly the end of 2013 already ~ only 1 day remaining! Why is the time flying too fast and without any trace !!
I got few things that hit my heart deeply.
~ Nelson Mandelawho died of 95, (July 18, 1918 — Dec. 5, 2013). He was South Africa’s first black president, anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician and philanthropist who changed the face of his country for ever.
In 1962 he was convicted of conspiracy to overthrow the state and was jailed for 27 years before an international campaign helped to secure his release. He received more than 250 honours, including the Nobel peace prize.
In South Africa he was known as the father of the nation and was laid to rest in his home village after his death on December 5.
~ Lady Margaret Thatcher who died of 87, (Oct. 13, 1925 —April 8, 2013)
Britain’s only female Prime Minister who will be remembered for smashing the miners, leading Britain to victory in the Falklands War… and trying to dismantle the welfare state.
She served as PM from 1979 to 1990 and was the first to win three successive General Elections.
Lady Thatcher had been battling dementia and died on April 8 at The Ritz where she had been staying since Christmas.
There still lots we’ll remember them…
Today let’s pay tribute to the famous or influential faces who went in 2013.
But in the whole year 2013, we still have some great news to remember.
~ Our Royal family has one new member: Prince George, the first child for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was born on July 22 and named Prince George Alexander Louis.