Welcome To Honey Chiles Kitchen

Oct 21

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foodfoodfood:

Poached Eggs & Soda Bread - breakfast 25 April 2007 by NicnBill on Flickr.

foodfoodfood:

Poached Eggs & Soda Bread - breakfast 25 April 2007 by NicnBill on Flickr.

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fullcravings:

Chocolate Swirl Morning Biscuits

fullcravings:

Chocolate Swirl Morning Biscuits

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Oct 20

foodfoodfood:

Saloop Sausage, Beans & Eggs by NicnBill on Flickr.

foodfoodfood:

Saloop Sausage, Beans & Eggs by NicnBill on Flickr.

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homemadefoodoftheworld:

The Ultimate Guide t - Follow

homemadefoodoftheworld:

The Ultimate Guide t - Follow

foodopia:

Buffalo Chicken Burgers with Celery Ranch Slaw

foodopia:

Buffalo Chicken Burgers with Celery Ranch Slaw

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omg-yumtastic:

(Via: hoardingrecipes.tumblr.com) Spicy Bacon Wrapped Cheese Stuffed Chicken - Get this recipe and more http://bit.do/dGsN

omg-yumtastic:

(Via: hoardingrecipes.tumblr.com) Spicy Bacon Wrapped Cheese Stuffed Chicken - Get this recipe and more http://bit.do/dGsN

culturalandhistoricalvibes:

Walter S. McAfee is the African American mathematician and physicist who first calculated the speed of the moon. McAfee participated in Project Diana in the 1940s - a U.S. Army program, created to determine whether a high frequency radio signal could penetrate the earth’s outer atmosphere. To test this, scientists wanted to bounce a radar signal off the moon and back to earth. But the moon was a swiftly moving target, impossible to hit without knowing its exact speed. McAfee made the necessary calculations, and on January 10, 1946, the team sent a radar pulse through a special 40-feet square antenna towards the moon. Two and a half seconds later, they received a faint signal, proving that transmissions from earth could cross the vast distances of outer space. Official news of this scientific breakthrough did not include McAfee’s name, nor was there any recognition of the essential role he played. But Americans could not have walked on the moon had it not been for Walter S. McAfee and his calculations.
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culturalandhistoricalvibes:

Walter S. McAfee is the African American mathematician and physicist who first calculated the speed of the moon. McAfee participated in Project Diana in the 1940s - a U.S. Army program, created to determine whether a high frequency radio signal could penetrate the earth’s outer atmosphere. To test this, scientists wanted to bounce a radar signal off the moon and back to earth. But the moon was a swiftly moving target, impossible to hit without knowing its exact speed. McAfee made the necessary calculations, and on January 10, 1946, the team sent a radar pulse through a special 40-feet square antenna towards the moon. Two and a half seconds later, they received a faint signal, proving that transmissions from earth could cross the vast distances of outer space. Official news of this scientific breakthrough did not include McAfee’s name, nor was there any recognition of the essential role he played. But Americans could not have walked on the moon had it not been for Walter S. McAfee and his calculations.

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Methi Aloo – Fenugreek Leaves With Potatoes

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Methi Aloo – Fenugreek Leaves With Potatoes



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