Secrets to Making a Wedding Cake
And they baked happily ever after. Prepare your own DIY wedding cake.
Samoa 'ava ceremony
This is a slideshow of the Traditional Royal Ava Ceremony of Samoa. This particular Royal Ava Ceremony took place 2011 to install Tupuola Lui as the new Mata...
Dead-cakes
Romeo is Dead play 'Cakes and Cliches' for Kent Kitchen Upcoming gigs: 28th May - Battle of the Bands, Westcoast Bar, Margate 5th June - Mike Lloyd leaving g...
Tea ceremony
A tea ceremony is a ritualized form of making tea practiced in the East Asian cultural sphere by the Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese and Vietnamese tea ceremony. The tea ceremony, also called th...
Tea ceremony - Wikipedia
Secrets to Making a Wedding Cake
And they baked happily ever after. Prepare your own DIY wedding cake.
Tongan Kava Ceremony-Taumafa Kava
The Kava Ceremony is attended by the King of Tonga. A royal death, marriage, or bestowing of an honorary title or coronation calls for such an event to be held. Kava is consumed as the ceremonial drin...
Tongan Kava Ceremony-Taumafa Kava - Wikipedia
Grace Cup
A Grace Cup (or Loving Cup) is a silver bowl or tankard with two handles that was traditionally passed round the table after grace at all banquets in London. According to Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase...
First Communion
The First Communion, or First Holy Communion, is a ceremony held in the Latin Church tradition of the Catholic Church. It is the colloquial name for a person's first reception of the sacrament of the ...
First Communion - Wikipedia
Intinction
Intinction is the Eucharistic practice of partly dipping the consecrated bread, or host, into the consecrated wine before consumption by the communicant.
It is one of the four ways approved in the...
Easter food
The holiday of Easter is associated with various food traditions that vary regionally. The preparation of these foods is among the Easter customs practiced. Preparing, coloring, and decorating Easter ...
Easter food - Wikipedia
Atang (food offering)
An atang is a traditional food offering in the Philippines to ward off evil spirits. The most common atang to ward off sickness is a rice cake called sinukat. A table with an atang meal may be put in ...
Korovai
The korovai (Ukrainian: коровай, Polish: korowaj) is a traditional Ukrainian, Russian and Polish bread, most often used at weddings, where it has great symbolic meaning, and has remained part ...
Coeliac disease
Coeliac disease (/ˈsiːli.æk/; celiac disease in the United States and often celiac sprue) is an autoimmune disorder of the small intestine that occurs in genetically predisposed people of all ages fro...
Coeliac disease - Wikipedia
Qishr
Qishr (Arabic: قشر, geshir, gishr, kishr) is a Yemeni hot drink, made of spiced coffee husks, ginger, and sometimes cinnamon. In Yemen, it is usually drunk instead of coffee, because it is cheaper."Gi...
Kalach (food)
Kalach, kolach, or colac (Ukrainian: кaлач or колач; Russian: кала́ч; Romanian: colac), is a traditional East Slavic bread, commonly served during various ritual meals. The name originates...
Kalach (food) - Wikipedia
Toast (honor)
A toast is a ritual in which a drink is taken as an expression of honor or goodwill. The term may be applied to the person or thing so honored, the drink taken, or the verbal expression accompanying t...
Toast (honor) - Wikipedia
Halal
For disambiguation of alternate spelling, see HallalḤalāl (Arabic: حلال‎ ḥalāl, 'permissible') or hallal is any object or an action which is permissible to use or engage in, according to Isl...
Ortolan Bunting
The ortolan, or ortolan bunting (Emberiza hortulana) is a bird in the bunting family Emberizidae, a passerine family now separated by most modern scholars from the finches, Fringillidae. The bird's c...
Ortolan Bunting - Wikipedia
Refrigerium
The Latin word refrigerium literally means ‘refreshment’, and is the origin of the English noun ‘refrigerator’ (Webster, 1913). In ancient Rome, the word refrigerium referred specifically to a commem...
Refrigerium - Wikipedia
Flavokavain B
Flavokavain B is a flavokavain found in the kava plant. In 2010 a paper was published identifying it as a hepatotoxin. Another paper published in 2013 suggests that Flavokavain B might be effective in...
Flavokavain B - Wikipedia
Wigilia
Wigilia ([viˈɡilja]) is the traditional Christmas Eve vigil supper in Poland, held on December 24. The term is often applied to the whole day of the Christmas Eve, extending further into Pasterka, the...
Wigilia - Wikipedia
Taiwanese tea culture
Taiwanese tea culture includes tea arts, traditional tea ceremonies, and the social aspects of tea consumption. While the most common teas consumed in Taiwan are oolongs (especially Taiwanese oolongs...
Korean ceremonial food
Traditions of Korean family ceremonies were mainly established during the Choseon dynasty (1392-1910) which adopted the Confucianism as its ruling philosophy. As the Korean society becomes confucianiz...
Zapivka
Zapivka (Russian: Запивка, "washing down") is the liturgical practice in the Orthodox Church whereby the faithful will partake of antidoron (blessed bread) and some wine diluted with warm water after ...
Zapivka - Wikipedia
Hong Kong tea culture
The tea-drinking habits of Hong Kong residents derive from Chinese tea culture. After more than 150 years of British rule, however, they have changed somewhat to become unique in the world. This uniqu...
Koliva
Koliva, kollyva or kollyba (Greek: κόλλυβα [ˈkoliva]; Serbian: кољиво, koljivo; Romanian: colivă; Bulgarian: коливо, kolivo; Ukrainian: коливо, kolyvo), is boiled wheat which is used liturgically in t...
Koliva - Wikipedia