majdnem a kedvenc virágom
Awesome foods of Hungary II.
Túró Rudi (sweet cheese-filled chocolate bar) - a dark chocolate bar filled with sweetened túró cheese, available flavored or with jam fillings as well. Tname of the most popular brand of túró rudi in Hungary, Pöttyös, translates to “dotty” and is wrapped in adorable polka-dot paper.
Madártej (bird’s milk) - though birds can actually produce milk (seriously), madártej is not a product of our feathered friends, but rather a dessert of fluffy meringue floating on vanilla custard. The texture of meringue combined with sweet, creamy custard is, to put it lightly, da bomb.
Kifli (crescent bread) - a crescent-shaped bread, often eaten simply with butter or sliced in half and topped with cheese, meat, and/or peppers for a sandwich. Though it may resemble a croissant, kifli is actually made using traditional yeast dough, making it a more dense and satisfying snack.
Pogácsa (biscuits) - small, bite-sized biscuits, dense and doughy in the center and often topped with cheese.Usually one of the first things to be served at dinner parties and get-togethers, pogácsa are a delicious and simple snack food of which it is impossible to eat just one.
Kakaós Csiga (chocolate snail) - a breakfast-type pastry of spiral-shaped dough swirled with chocolate. It is like a cinnamon roll, but chocolate. And better.
Somlói Galuska (Somloi trifle) - a dessert made of three different types of sponge cake (plain, walnut, and chocolate), raisins, and walnuts, drizzled with dark chocolate rum sauce and topped with whipped cream. Much chocolate. Very cake.
Flódni (layered pastry) - a Hungarian-Jewish pastry, traditionally made of four layers: walnut, apple, poppyseed, and jam. Why choose a filling when you can have them all in one dessert?!
Szilvásgombóc (plum dumplings) - dumplings filled with plums, rolled in breadcrumbs, and topped with powdered sugar. The dumpling component of szilvásgombóc is made with potatoes, giving it a thick, gnocchi-like texture.
Szaloncukor (parlour candy) - a chocolate Christmas candy, filled with flavored jelly or marzipan. Szaloncukor is often hung on Hungarian Christmas trees. Let me repeat: Candy. On trees. Dreams do come true!
Túrógombóc (sweet cheese dumplings) - orbs of sweetened túró cheese boiled, rolled in toasted bread crumbs, and generally served with vanilla sauce or sour cream and sugar. Túrógombóc are incredibly filling, which can easily mean DESSERT FOR DINNER!
Astrophotography from 1908 — 1919
I can’t even describe how much respect I have for early astronomers.
Image courtesy: Yerkes Observatory, Royal Observatory of Greenwich, Mount Wilson Observatory
I just felt something.
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undorító. nem is nézem.
Lucifer (Morning star), 2008
Anodized aluminum, silicon rubber cord,
wax work figure, feathers, concrete
this is the single most painfully beautiful thing I’ve ever seen in my entire life.
majdnem annyira tetszik, mint nike.
true detective season 2?
The Lego Movie (2014)
The Battle for Hill 937. Hamburger Hill
The Battle of Hamburger Hill was a battle of the Vietnam War that was fought by the United States and South Vietnam against North Vietnamese forces from May 10–20, 1969. Although the heavily fortified Hill 937 was of little strategic value, U.S. command ordered its capture by a frontal assault, only to abandon it soon thereafter. The action caused an outrage both in the American military and public.
The battle was primarily an infantry engagement, with the U.S. Airborne troops moving up the highly sloped hill against well entrenched troops. Attacks were repeatedly repelled by North Vietnamese Army (NVA) defenses, weather, friendly fire, and accidents. Nevertheless the Airborne troops took the hill through direct assault, causing extensive casualties to the NVA forces.
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