Archive | October, 2010

Gluten-free, Crust-free Baby Marrow (Zucchini / Courgette) and Buttermilk Quiche

Another mouth-watering gluten-free, low-fat recipe from the Good Food Diet. Craving quiche, but your gluten-free or low-fat diet does not allow you this luxury? Don’t despair – try this no-crust, no-cream, no-fuss baby marrow (zucchini / courgette) quiche. It is gluten-free and dramatically lower in fat than traditional quiche, yet it still tastes rich and […]

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Adding the “I see you” factor to your writing

How does one write text that make people respond with an “I see you”? For me, one of the most important ingredients in the writing skills mix is gut feeling. One can have all the book knowledge, but if you don’t have a well-developed ability to “sense out” something you won’t be able to add […]

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How do I throw a party?

The other day we were visiting friends and having a good time when my friend commented: “When we try to throw a party, we can never get it to be the party we’ve imagined! It feels boring with not enough zest to call it a party!” With this in mind, I thought about all our […]

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Bull’s Blood

There are a lot of romantic stories and legends about wine. One of the more peculiar is the parallel with bull’s blood. They didn’t really blend in animal blood somewhere during the winemaking process. Or did they? Bull’s Blood is probably Hungary’s most famous red wine from the Eger wine region in northern Hungary. In its […]

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How to build strong teams in your company

People are the biggest asset of any successful business as they represent your company’s brand through their interactions with your clients and business partners. The people in your company also make decisions on how business resources like money and other people’s time are spent, impacting the profitability of your company. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke University basketball […]

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