Whipping Up A Hurricane

These days, my mil has been very adventurous in the kitchen. Almost everyday, a surprise would await us ;P

One of the days last week, she whipped up a hurricane. In just half a day, she whipped up these surprises for us:

Baked lemon-orange cheese cake and a big portion of pesto sauce (made from fresh basil leaves, toasted pine nuts, fresh garlic, Parmesan cheese and olive oil)

Macro shot of the lemon orange baked cheese cake.

2 loaves of healthy multi grain bread.

And we had cheese cake and fresh-from-the-oven bread spread with fresh-from-the-blender pesto sauce for tea that day!  What a lovely treat we all had and I had to work out extra hard for the next few days that followed!

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Specially Adapted Vehicle For The Disabled

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Being wheelchair bound does not mean that you have to be confined to your home’ four walls all the time. Even if you or your loved ones are wheelchair bound, there is a chance now to traverse to many places that you want in a specially adapted wheelchair vehicle that is safe and comfortable. But beware if you are buying these specially adapted wheelchair vehicles sold over the Internet or through catalogs. Please ensure that you get these special vehicles from qualified dealers like NMEDA (National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association) that can give you a personalized “in-person” evaluation of the vehicle.

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