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  1. i considered a solar tube, but just have a single level roof, no attic like USA homes in Arizona where many homes have solar tubes. with a single level roof, i am starting to get quotes for a skylight, which would work better.
  2. Chocolate Tasting “When you put chocolate slowly in your mouth, a chemical reaction happens,” explained Nora of Casa Cacau. “Some people just bite and swallow chocolate quickly. If you do that, the 600 volatile compounds present chemical reaction doesn’t have time to happen, and you lose a lot of flavor.” Seeing and smelling the chocolate is essential. Most taste buds are on the front of the tongue, which is where you should start tasting the chocolate. The chocolate should be smooth and buttery, gently dissolving into a creamy liquid filling the mouth with its complexity of flavors. 1) LOOK, 2) TOUCH, 3) SMELL 4) TASTE Chocolate is made from cacao (or cocoa) beans, the seeds of cacao trees. The history of chocolate can be traced to the ancient Mayans, and even earlier to the ancient Olmec’s of southern Mexico. Despite chocolate’s importance in Mayan culture, it was not reserved for the wealthy and powerful but readily available to almost everyone. In many Mayan households, chocolate was enjoyed with every meal. Mayan chocolate was thick, frothy, and often combined with chili peppers, honey or water. The Aztecs took chocolate admiration to another level. They believed cacao was given to them by their gods. Like the Mayans, they enjoyed the caffeinated kick of hot or cold, spiced chocolate beverages in ornate containers, but they also used cacao beans as currency to buy food and other goods. In Aztec culture, cacao beans were considered more valuable than gold. Come taste Nora’s chocolates the bingolago Tuesday June 25, 2019 1PM at Maria Isabel restaurant. Also visit Nora’s shop, Casa Cacau restaurant in La Floresta; on the Carretera at the end of La Floresta about a block west of Domino’s pizza, you will be surprised of all the wonderful food and chocolates available. keywords White chocolate Ajijic, semi-sweet chocolate Mexico, milk chocolate lake Chapala, dark chocolate Ajijic, Belgium chocolate Ajijic, dark chocolate, couverture, cooking chocolate, cocoa powder, cocoa butter, chocolate liquor, chocolate candy, bittersweet chocolate, bitter chocolate, baking chocolate, umber chocolate, hot chocolate Ajijic, casa cacau, casa cacau chocolate, Nora casa cacau, drinking chocolate, deep brown chocolate, coffee chocolate Ajijic, cocoa bean, cacao, burnt umber chocolate, sweet food, Ajijic chocolate, best chocolate Ajijic, best chocolate lake Chapala. Bingolago chocolate tasting, Mexican chocolate,
  3. “When you put chocolate slowly in your mouth, a chemical reaction happens,” explained Nora of Casa Cacau. “Some people just bite and swallow chocolate quickly. If you do that, the 600 volatile compounds present chemical reaction doesn’t have time to happen, and you lose a lot of flavor.” Seeing and smelling the chocolate is essential. Most taste buds are on the front of the tongue, which is where you should start tasting the chocolate. The chocolate should be smooth and buttery, gently dissolving into a creamy liquid filling the mouth with its complexity of flavors. 1) LOOK, 2) TOUCH, 3) SMELL 4) TASTE Chocolate is made from cacao (or cocoa) beans, the seeds of cacao trees. The history of chocolate can be traced to the ancient Mayans, and even earlier to the ancient Olmec’s of southern Mexico. Despite chocolate’s importance in Mayan culture, it was not reserved for the wealthy and powerful but readily available to almost everyone. In many Mayan households, chocolate was enjoyed with every meal. Mayan chocolate was thick, frothy, and often combined with chili peppers, honey or water. The Aztecs took chocolate admiration to another level. They believed cacao was given to them by their gods. Like the Mayans, they enjoyed the caffeinated kick of hot or cold, spiced chocolate beverages in ornate containers, but they also used cacao beans as currency to buy food and other goods. In Aztec culture, cacao beans were considered more valuable than gold. Come taste Nora’s chocolates the bingolago Tuesday June 25, 2019 1PM at Maria Isabel restaurant. Also visit Nora’s shop, Casa Cacau restaurant in La Floresta; on the Carretera at the end of La Floresta about a block west of Domino’s pizza, you will be surprised of all the wonderful food and chocolates available. keywords White chocolate Ajijic, semi-sweet chocolate Mexico, milk chocolate lake Chapala, dark chocolate Ajijic, Belgium chocolate Ajijic, dark chocolate, couverture, cooking chocolate, cocoa powder, cocoa butter, chocolate liquor, chocolate candy, bittersweet chocolate, bitter chocolate, baking chocolate, umber chocolate, hot chocolate Ajijic, casa cacau, casa cacau chocolate, Nora casa cacau, drinking chocolate, deep brown chocolate, coffee chocolate Ajijic, cocoa bean, cacao, burnt umber chocolate, sweet food, Ajijic chocolate, best chocolate Ajijic, best chocolate lake Chapala. Bingolago chocolate tasting, Mexican chocolate,
  4. VOLUNTEERS WANTED Have Hammer...Will Travel is a nonprofit organization that teaches valuable life skills to Mexican youth/adults through woodworking and carpentry. We are seeking volunteers to help with any of the tasks required to keep HHWT's resources moving forward, such as: · creation of small or large products that are custom-ordered · photography (including use of Dropbox) · communications and public relations (eg., newsletter, notice blasts, newspaper articles) · 3D design (eg., furniture measurements and plans, drafting designs) · website management · fundraising · grant writing (eg., to related unions, Rotary Clubs, related companies, etc.) · monitoring and evaluation (eg., student skills and performance, products, attendance) · office and student records (eg., liability info, product photos and records, hours attended, tuition paid, etc.) · electrical work (basic electrical work with lights and machines/tools) · woodworking machine/tool repair · cleaning and facilities maintenance. We are looking for experienced woodworkers who can help create small or large products that are custom-ordered. We also seek woodworking instructors for children, youth, and young adults, including basic carpentry, wood carving, chip carving, and lathe-turning instructors. We welcome someone who can arrange an occasional Saturday workshop with expert woodworkers. These opportunities don't require immediate Spanish skills but provide a meaningful venue for acquiring some Spanish. Plus, the small, dedicated board of directors is enjoyable to work with. For more info, please email eloyg@unm.edu, and/or come by the workshop in Riberas del Pilar (231-A Hidalgo, near 7-11; 766-4830) to chat with the instructor(s) or to visit the classes (class schedule is Monday through Friday 3:00-5:30 and M-W-F 10:00-12:30).see lalo or eloy We look forward to answering your questions. Please visit our website at http://www.havehammer.org to see what we're doing. Gracias!
  5. thank for looking, the school trailer needs it wayne
  6. check our web site havehammer,com we have tools for sale
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  8. thank you all for the chocolate vendor suggestions Margarita of lake Chapala chocolates will do a tasting July 9, 2019 at 1pm Maria Isabel restaurant for Bingolago players Margarita sells her chocolates at the Monday market and the Tuesday market at La Huerta Thank you all for your wonder selections and being so helpful for the chocolate tasting to help the kids
  9. Did you quote Sunenergy on the libriamento across from chula vista norte i found very knowledgeable and very intelligent. drop by the office they have a great display and good prices
  10. go online to their website and copy page
  11. as requested Ruthie will have some sugarless chocolate and some dark chocolate at the tasting
  12. I second Dr jessica, i sthe best, she can refer you and work with your specialist she helped and referred a great urologist an showed up at the operations i had to be there as someone i could trust everything went well
  13. do you have the the lock for the ball, so no one can hook up to you, i need get one for the carpentry school trailer wayne 766 1860
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