By Janet Zimmerman
Deliciously ideal parts for 2 with out a sink choked with dishes.
Whether it's a different dinner or your busiest weeknight, cooking for 2 could be a problem. by means of following a number of effortless ideas defined in All approximately Cooking for 2, you'll easy methods to make any meal completely portioned for 2. Nourish the 2 of you with:
21 scrumptious recipes designed only for two
quick & effortless cooking tips
techniques for baking for two
healthy component sizes for every foodstuff group
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The outlaws of the era, pirates, scavengers, fugitives and thieves presented a different face of European expansionism. They were not interested in conquest and settlement, but in mobility and plunder. In Belize, and other parts of the Caribbean, their polyglot shipboard culture had a more lasting and dramatic impact on history than that of the Spanish. In this chapter I will show how the pirates’ direct and utilitarian approach to diet, eating whatever was in their path, and their taste for European luxuries, laid a foundation on which later forms of globalization and localization were built.
First, are these two trends really opposed to each other? What if the intensification of local cultural identity, and increased adoption of foreign imported culture are really part of the same process, two sides of the same coin? Second, is this something entirely new, or has this cultural contradiction been part of globalization in the past as well? Have other, earlier, “local” cultures also developed in the very same process that brought a prior influx of “modern” influence from rich cultures of Europe and North America?
So the treaties of 1763 and 1783 between England and Spain specifically forbade the logwood cutters from building permanent houses and planting crops. The Spanish wanted to maintain their claim to the area by portraying the Baymen as no more than sojourners, cutting wood temporarily without putting down any roots. 26 We know that farming was important to the Baymen because they complained so loudly when the Spanish burned their provision grounds during raids. Sailors and buccaneers made a habit of planting crops in places they often visited, so there would be food on their return, or to sustain shipwrecked sailors.