12 oz. white chocolate
12 oz. dark chocolate
1/2 cup crushed candy canes
Line a 9 on 12 pan with parchment paper. Place dark chocolate in a glass bowl and melt in microwave. Cook 30 seconds, stir and repeat with smooth.
Pour the melted dark chocolate on the parchment paper, and use a spatula to spread the chocolate evenly in the pan. Melt the white chocolate following the same steps. After the white chocolate is smooth, pour it on top of the dark chocolate and spread evenly.
Place the candy canes into a heavy duty ziplock bag. Using a hammer, crush the mints. Sprinkle on top while the white chocolate is still melted. Let chocolates harden in the refrigerator for two hours, then break the candy into pieces.
Wine has been around for along time. In every civilization, people drank fermented grape juice. The ancient Greeks hold elaborate parties dedicated to enjoy wine. The Egyptian pharaohs were buried with stashes of bottles to entertain afterlife. Even the Torah tells the famous story that Noah planted a vineyard.
The phrase "drink to the health" originally comes from ancient Greece civilization, as a result of the practice of the dinner host taking the first sip of wine to prove it was not poisoned.
The new book entitled "Bracelets Academy" by Ida Tomshinsky will be available for purchase and reading soon. This is the eighth book within the History of Fashion Accessories Series.
In a way,
bracelets are among the most common form of jewelry. With exception of
earrings, bracelets are the most popular jewelry in the world.The
book is a brief history lesson for bracelet curiosity type, jewelry aficionado,
and collectors. The book explains the meaning, trendsetting, and evolving
function of bracelets. It is an exciting reading from college student to
professional jewelry makers, sellers, and buyers.
The “Bracelets Academy” is a
comprehensive resource fulfilled with facts, quotes, and fascinating
information that only a Librarian can put together.
Greater Miami and the Beaches
Couture and culture
Are two modern ways of life
By the pool, at the ocean -
Under the sun motion
Or cabana bathhouse
At the shoreline with your own wife
In the Greater Miami and the Beaches,
More over, for American riches -
The fashion design of tailoring,
Grooming, and dressmaking
With winery eating, clubs, and music
And entertaining at the vacation time pick
What used to be at one 'click.'
However, not anymore.
Boom is not over for
Real estate and contractors,
Investors and other factors.
Customs and traditions,
Modern civilization and ethnicity -
The modern way of life
Are great five
Of the Greater Miami and the Beaches
Tourists say that it's always June down of Miami Beach
With plenty of sun-tanned youth across the bridge.
Our tropical green land is a special place
Where summer spends winter faze.
Reporters say there is crime
At any time.
As the city is growing,
The latest demography affecting
As the scientists find,
The world's most baffling cases
Are made out of famous faces,
Right here, in Miami.
She likes hot summer flow more
Then cold winters' wind-blow.
The tropical extraordinary nature is special,
Particularly by achieving the healthy and active lifestyle.
Individuals bring rhythm, color, and smile
In the every day life-mile.
I came to work for the Learning Resources Center (LRC) at the ITT Technical Institute in September 2005. During my professional career, I worked in special, public, and academic libraries since the age of sixteen – including Latvian State Science and Technology Library, International Fine Arts College, Main Library at the Miami-Dade Public Library System, and Art Institutes Miami International University of Art & Design. I received my Master's of Library Science and Bibliography at the LSU (Latvian State University) in 1976. At my free time, I enjoy running, knitting, reading, and writing.
I published three poetry books, and a nonfiction book called “Fashion Librarian” about fashion resources, study and teaching, and information literacy for fashion design.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.