Beneficiary: an expectant mother


Who is the beneficiary?

The first Yoors challenge this month - #yoorsapril2021 - is to put a Yoorsian in the spotlight. But then there is always the question: who then? After all, there is so much choice and everyone deserves it.

My choice falls on a writer, whom I already know from a previous site. At the moment she is not active. Because she is pregnant with her fourth child; a heart's wish of her. Also in her work as a guest parent she clearly shows her love for children.

To give her a heart - because maybe it's all a bit heavy after all - I dedicate this 140word blog to this glorious guest parent. In which her appealing writing style and subjects of course go into the books as High-level and Top.

My advice: quickly strangle yourself among the followers of @Sabrinaslife87 .


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This promo is written in the context of Beneficiary challenge by @Babita de Boer.

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It also fits in the @140woorden challenge of this month, with the keyword: bookworm .

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Risotto lens
This is a nice recipe for a drizzly spring day. Also fun for kids who are not willing to eat vegetables. My son is not super hot on greetings separately, but this risotto he loves. A nice warm-up and a vegetable feast. win-win! ingredients - 400gr leeks 300gr risotto rice 1 bone pipe yoke 2 broth cubes (meat and/or garden herbs) 150 gr corn (can) 300 gr peas and carrots (canned) 400gr chipolata sausages 200ml white wine 1.2 liters (boiling) water Herbal Cheese Pepper Salt Herbal tule (thyme, bay leaf, parsley) (olive) oil Preparation - Put the broth cubes in a jug and pour over the boiling water. Let the cubes dissolve until you have a nice broth. Meet 300gr risotto rice af. I do not know if this is available in tuiltjes, but I always buy a large bag of 2kg. You can go a long way with that. Cut the onion into rings and cut the leeks into half rings. Or do nice and easy and just buy a bag pre-cut like me. You can also fry the sausages first, then you don't have to do that during the dish. Preferably use not a large round, but the short variant, which are then easier to cut with zen everything. I often use different types of mixed up: ordinary, peasant and/or merguez sausages. Also chicken sausages can, of course,. Then cut the sausages into small pieces and set aside. Find your biggest pot. You may think it's not at first sight in terms of ingredients, but don't miss out on your. Risottor list swells greatly, and once everything is there, your pot, despite its size, will be well filled. Below you can see a photo of before and after the rice has been cooked up to give you an idea. Recipe - Put oil in the jar and let it warm. Put in the pipe juin, let it fry and add the risotto rice. Stir over and watch the rice become glassy. Add the white wine and stir again. Allow to boil for a while and then gradually start adding a little broth. You know: this is a dish where you have to be constantly present — especially the first time —. Although it sometimes seems as if there's enough moisture floating at the top, it's best to stir around every minute, because before you know it you stick rice to the bottom and burn the place. Every time you notice that the broth has boiled again, add another shoot. The rice will swell more and more and more. In the meantime, put a regular pot on the fire and stew the leeks with some salt and pepper. I also always put some herbal tug on top, which is an already cut mixture of thyme, lauries and parsley. You can get these at the Colruyt. When you have added the last of the broth to the rice you can start mixing all the ingredients. Leak out the peas and carrots, as well as the corn and add it to the rice. Also the already stewed leeks can now be. If the sausages have cooled down a little too much, you can bake them again in the jar of the leeks. Then you also add this to the dish, do not be embarrassed to scoop some baking fat with, because that is also an extra seasoning. As a finish, I always add a good spoon or two herbal cheese. That makes it extra creamy. Serve a scoop or 3 in a deep plate and then you have this result. Tasty! #risotto #lens #recipes #vegetables #    My southern spring salad - Read more Removing baby bowel symptoms - Read more Oriental pumpkin soup - Read more
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Tania Kross is Carmen
About the performance With exceptional success, Tania Kross fulfilled her childhood dream: a specially adapted version of her favorite opera Carmen. The performance received wonderful reviews and received a lot of support everywhere. Tania knows how to drag the whole of the Netherlands into this love story full of passion and betrayal. Georges Bizet's masterpiece with all the famous arias and melodies seems to be able to keep the minds pretty busy in a fresh, modern style.. The title role is written by Tania: she turns Carmen into a fiery and powerful, independent woman. As Tania says, “I decide where I go, I decide who I fall in love with, I decide who I am.”. After performing Carmen at, among others, the State Opera Stuttgart and at the prestigious Glyndebourne Opera Festival, Tania made a tour of sold-out venues throughout the Netherlands with this version made especially for her. Arranger Thijs Borsten combined the brilliant music of Bizet with influences from flamenco, the fiery dance from the southern provinces of Spain where the story of Carmen takes place, making a sparkling, contemporary version of Tania's favourite piece. Tania Kross is assisted by Dutch soprano Francis van Broekhuizen in the role of Micaëla and tenor Charles Hens as Don Jose. We see Carlos Denia, one of Spain's best flamenco singers, as toreador Escamillio. About Tania Kross Born in 1976 in Curaçao, Tania Kross sang in all major concert halls in the world, including in Paris, Salzburg, Vienna, and Carnegie Hall in New York. She has previously performed Carmen's title role at Staatsoper Stuttgart, Latvian National Opera in Riga and at the prestigious Glyndebourne Opera Festival. Kross is a welcome guest on television, and with verve she shows her love for music to a new audience.



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