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#may11,2017 . 揚げたての天ぷら もちもちして美味しかったです。 もずく天ぷら 、 ポークたまごおにぎり オススメ!! . #奥武島 #奥武島の天ぷら  #沖縄 #okinawa  #天ぷら  #もずく  #いか  #ゴーヤ  #さやいんげん  #ちくわ  #ウインナー  #カニカマ #チーズ 入り #spam #卵焼き #おにぎり  #沖縄おにぎり  #激安 . #大変美味しゅうございました
These past 11 days have been a complete dream! I am so grateful for my dedicated and loving husband who is making me better each day. There is truly nothing better than being sealed to your best friend for eternity. #may11 #newlyweds @parkerwalbeck thanks for capturing this moment! ❤️
I am not ready for May to be over... I had hella fun for my bday! My friends are better yours lol #maybirthdaysrock #mybirthday #may11 #la #sandiego #friends #fun #taurus #cake #dimebar #f6ix #gaslampdistrict #missionbeach #mrparanoid
Late upload#birthday#may11
Next morning led to a JB Badge giveaway by our most generous boss @naveenmanjhi from the #bkstgvip Package (and I consider myself lucky to had been one of the recipients lol)  So well deserved on the Pit upgrade Naveen!! #purposetourindiadiaries #may11 #withmybaes #memoriesforlife #ibcsquad
After tennis 🎾 midnight coconut 🌴 baklava with fresh mint leaves 🍃 pajama party on the rooftop #fullmoon #moonmana #baklava #freshmint #brooklyn #rituals 🍯 THE NATIONALITY OF BAKLAVA  Almost all the peoples of the Middle East, Eastern Mediterranean, Balkans, Caucasia; Turks, Arabs, Jews, Greeks, Armenians, Bulgarians introduce baklava as their national dessert. When we consider that all of these regions once belonged to the Ottoman Empire, it is possible to think of Baklava as an Ottoman dessert. But because Ottoman is mostly equivalent with ‘Turks’, especially Greeks and Arabs don’t like this qualification. Does the history of baklava go back to Byzantine ? Greeks claim that Turks had borrowed Baklava from Byzantine . Professor Speros Vryonis in trying to prove this claim asserts that baklava is very like the dessert kopte or kopton (koptoplakous) very much liked during the Byzantine period. According to Charles Perry ,one of the defenders that Baklava is not from Byzantine but from the Middle East, kopteom is not a pastry but is a kind of confection. Walnut, nut, almond or poppy mixed with honey is placed between two layers of mastic made up of ground sesame and boiled honey. Sula Bozis a Greek from İstanbul in his book named ‘ Kitchen Culture’ tells about a Byzantine dessert (kopti) made by placing grounded nut ,sesame, and honey between two thin layers of dough. He came across this recipe in the old notebooks from Greeks in Istanbul. If kopte which is a basically a sesame mastic confection has been transformed into a pastry made of sheets of dough , it might then have been transformed into baklava made of many, many thin sheets of dough. But then we have to explain how thin sheets of dough entered into Byzantine culinary culture. Full article here: http://kurumsal.karakoygulluoglu.com/en/baklava/history. Baklava goes really well with a cup of  #twinings Earl Gray Lavender Black Tea ☕️
After tennis 🎾 midnight coconut 🌴 baklava with fresh mint leaves 🍃 pajama party on the rooftop #fullmoon #moonmana #baklava #freshmint #brooklyn #rituals 🍯 THE NATIONALITY OF BAKLAVA  Almost all the peoples of the Middle East, Eastern Mediterranean, Balkans, Caucasia; Turks, Arabs, Jews, Greeks, Armenians, Bulgarians introduce baklava as their national dessert. When we consider that all of these regions once belonged to the Ottoman Empire, it is possible to think of Baklava as an Ottoman dessert. But because Ottoman is mostly equivalent with ‘Turks’, especially Greeks and Arabs don’t like this qualification. Does the history of baklava go back to Byzantine ? Greeks claim that Turks had borrowed Baklava from Byzantine . Professor Speros Vryonis in trying to prove this claim asserts that baklava is very like the dessert kopte or kopton (koptoplakous) very much liked during the Byzantine period. According to Charles Perry ,one of the defenders that Baklava is not from Byzantine but from the Middle East, kopteom is not a pastry but is a kind of confection. Walnut, nut, almond or poppy mixed with honey is placed between two layers of mastic made up of ground sesame and boiled honey. Sula Bozis a Greek from İstanbul in his book named ‘ Kitchen Culture’ tells about a Byzantine dessert (kopti) made by placing grounded nut ,sesame, and honey between two thin layers of dough. He came across this recipe in the old notebooks from Greeks in Istanbul. If kopte which is a basically a sesame mastic confection has been transformed into a pastry made of sheets of dough , it might then have been transformed into baklava made of many, many thin sheets of dough. But then we have to explain how thin sheets of dough entered into Byzantine culinary culture. Full article here: http://kurumsal.karakoygulluoglu.com/en/baklava/history. Baklava goes really well with a cup of  #twinings Earl Gray Lavender Black Tea ☕️
After tennis 🎾 midnight coconut 🌴 baklava with fresh mint leaves 🍃 pajama party on the rooftop #fullmoon #moonmana #baklava #freshmint #brooklyn #rituals 🍯 THE NATIONALITY OF BAKLAVA  Almost all the peoples of the Middle East, Eastern Mediterranean, Balkans, Caucasia; Turks, Arabs, Jews, Greeks, Armenians, Bulgarians introduce baklava as their national dessert. When we consider that all of these regions once belonged to the Ottoman Empire, it is possible to think of Baklava as an Ottoman dessert. But because Ottoman is mostly equivalent with ‘Turks’, especially Greeks and Arabs don’t like this qualification. Does the history of baklava go back to Byzantine ? Greeks claim that Turks had borrowed Baklava from Byzantine . Professor Speros Vryonis in trying to prove this claim asserts that baklava is very like the dessert kopte or kopton (koptoplakous) very much liked during the Byzantine period. According to Charles Perry ,one of the defenders that Baklava is not from Byzantine but from the Middle East, kopteom is not a pastry but is a kind of confection. Walnut, nut, almond or poppy mixed with honey is placed between two layers of mastic made up of ground sesame and boiled honey. Sula Bozis a Greek from İstanbul in his book named ‘ Kitchen Culture’ tells about a Byzantine dessert (kopti) made by placing grounded nut ,sesame, and honey between two thin layers of dough. He came across this recipe in the old notebooks from Greeks in Istanbul. If kopte which is a basically a sesame mastic confection has been transformed into a pastry made of sheets of dough , it might then have been transformed into baklava made of many, many thin sheets of dough. But then we have to explain how thin sheets of dough entered into Byzantine culinary culture. Full article here: http://kurumsal.karakoygulluoglu.com/en/baklava/history. Baklava goes really well with a cup of  #twinings Earl Gray Lavender Black Tea ☕️ Twin Winnings = #twinings 11:11
We had an awesome turnout at the Best Friends Humane Society 5k! Thank you to everyone for the the contributions, participation and support towards such great cause. From this event alone Best Friends was able to raise $7500+ in proceeds, all going towards the benefit of rescuing their animals. Each year, about 3.7 million animals are euthanized. Best Friends Animal Society, a leader in the no-kill movement, is working with shelters, rescue groups and our members nationwide to end the unnecessary killing of dogs and cats in shelters and Save Them All. They are a nonprofit organization, operates the nation's largest sanctuary for homeless animals; provides adoption, spay/neuter, and educational programs; manages the Best Friends Animal Society Pet Adoption and Spay/Neuter Center in Los Angeles; and publishes the Best Friends magazine. We feel fortunate to have teamed up with such a great company. Stay connected with all of our upcoming events by following our Instagram (@totalhealthandfitness) and Facebook Page. To learn more about our program and all that Total Health and Fitness has to offer, visit us at www.totalhealthandfitness.com.  Come by one of our locations for a FREE Consultation! For more information visit us at www.totalhealthandfitness.com #may11 #bestfriends5k #totalhealthandfitness #savethemall #nokillshelter #5k #health #fitness #run #walk #dogs #may20
Post celebration of my birthday from Kotse Cafe. #may11 #blessed  #restday
Même ci il n'est pas la ville rose, la vie de moi est vraiment bon comme la rose! *Oh ce m'a rappelé á Toulouse! 🙈😻 #latepost #may11 #pink #beach #vacation #birthdaytrip
Neon lights (be like) all over the street! #latepost #vacation #birthdaytrip #may11 #neonlights #bike #visitindonesia
♥️ #may11 📸: @cexarmusic
Happy belated birthday to this lil girl right here (never too late for a birthday post😂) #may11

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