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Virgin Cocktails – Drinks You Can Drink And Not Get Drunk « Austin Dinner Club, including Emeril's Virgin Margarita w/lime
One of my favorite drinks is a Caipirinha, which is the national cocktail of Brazil. All you need is Cachaca (a rum that tastes like tequila), muddled limes, ice and granulated sugar! It's delish!
The National Drink of Brazil – Caipirinha Whether going for the 2013 Confederations Cup or 2014 World Cup, Brazil offers the football fan plenty of choices for what to eat and drink. While most self-respecting soccer fans will drink beer the majority of the day be sure to try, caipirinha, the national cocktail of Brazil. Made with cachaça (sugar-cane rum), sugar and lime, it is sure to refresh on a hot summer day.
Virgin Cocktails – Drinks You Can Drink And Not Get Drunk « Austin Dinner Club
Caipirinha (Brazilian National Cocktail) simular to a margarita but better!)
Virgin Cocktails – Drinks You Can Drink And Not Get Drunk
Virgin Cocktails – Good for what I'm doing now...
Caipirinha ~ Brazilian typical summer drink
Caipiroska... my favorite drink!
Marrakech Food Tour - A Taste of the Red City
Marrakech Food Tour - It will take you into the center of the old walled city and give you a taste of the real Marrakech. This is an experience that will show you have to eat authentic Moroccan food with locals. Be a traveler, not a tourist!
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Vegetable Market in Konya, Turkey Farmer's Markets of the world support the gardens and small farms of the world
Street market in Marrakech. This is the most common way for Moroccan individuals to obtain fresh food in the country.Street markets line the roads of every busy area in many North African/Middle Eastern countries. This can be considered 'fast food' in the sense that people are able to quickly pick up groceries on their way home from work, etc. I am completely obsessed with the vibrancy and liveliness of colours in Morocco! Look at all of those fresh fruits and veg!
I love farmer's Market, look at the color!Moroccan vegetable and fruit souk
I need to find a farmer's market like this.....yum!
Outdoor markets and food stands are the most common way to obtain food in Turkey. Within the food markets, Turks have full accessibility to fresh bread that is baked in every neighborhood bakery as it is considered an essential item in their diet. Alongside, fresh fruits, vegetables and most importantly spices that freshly ground and sold. The Malayta Pazari food market in particular is a little empire of dried fruits and nuts, alongside their famous Turkish delight, dusted with icing sugar or fruit powder. These outdoor food markets and stands are a very important social factor in the lives of the Turks as through generations, this lifestyle and culture has been preserved very carefully and with deep care. Supermarkets and grocery stores are mostly common in the city areas (urban) and the more tourist places as well ex. Istanbul (capital of Turkey).
*TURKEY ~ Market place
30 amazing photos of the most colorful and unique marketplaces in the world
Rue Mouffetard: c'est bon. - Distrito V, Paris.
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Wine seller...Rue Mouffetard, Paris. This makes me so happy!
Rue Mouffetard - Parijs 5e. My kind of "Farmer's Market" :)
Wine seller, street market, Rue Mouffetard, Paris, France
Wine sellers at the market on Rue Mouffetard - Paris 5e
Wine seller at the rue Mouffetard market - Paris 5e
Because WINE!!! Market on Rue Mouffetard, Paris
rue Mouffetard - Paris 5e...wine shopping.....
The Great Greek Island Finder
Mercado de pescado en Santorini, Grecia.