Monday, May 3, 2010

Funny funny funny of the week!

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Cocktail of the Week- Spring Fever

Here is the alcoholic and non-alcoholic version of the cocktail Spring Fever!

  1. Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
  2. Shake well.

Spring Fever- Alcohol
  • 2 parts vodka
  • 1 part TLM  Simple Syrup*
  • ¾ part fresh orange juice
  • ¾ part pineapple juice
  • 1 edible flower garnish

Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.  Garnish.
*TLM Green Tea Simple Syrup: Brew four ounces of green tea and pour into a saucepan.  Add eight ounces of white granulated sugar.  Heat and stir constantly, until boiling.  Reduce heat, set aside and refrigerate.
Think of the Spring Fever Cocktail as Spring in a glass.


Taliban Takes Responsibility for Failed Bomb Explosion

The Washington-based intelligence group, SITE, has revealed that the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has released a video claiming responsibility for the Time Square bomb plot.

“The video, posted to YouTube, contains an audio message attributed to Qari Hussein Mehsud, an official in TTP and organizer of its suicide bombing squad, played over anti-American images,” SITE said in a statement.

SITE is an intelligence group that monitors websites of Islamic terrorist outfits.
“The TTP states that the attack was in revenge for the recent deaths of Abu Umar al-Baghdadi and Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, killed in Iraq in April,” the SITE statement said, adding that English subtitles were provided in the video.

The extremist group also claimed that the attack was in revenge for the Global American interference and terrorism in Muslim Countries, especially in Pakistan.

However, there is no official verification of the claim being made by TTP, SITE said.

Pakistan’s ISI has also said that the TTP neither had the resources nor the global reach to plot such an attack.

OneIndia News

Versus of the Week: Pizza Hut vs Domino's

Now that Domino's has admitted to having had some crappy pizza and hence reworked their recipe, I think that not only can you taste the difference but it's actually pretty good. The sauce has a bit of a kick in it, the cheese is  not only real but nice and gooey and the crust is perfectly coated with butter, oregano, garlic and other seasonings.
With that being said it's still a hard toss up as to which is a better: the new Domino's or traditional Pizza Hut?

While the newly concocted pizzas at Domino's are tasty and you can order two medium pizzas with two toppings for $5 each it's hard to beat the super buttery crust, any toppings you like, stuffed crust pizza from Pizza Hut for only $10. While you might get a deal by gaining two pizzas for almost the price of one at Domino's, you can opt to have so many toppings for the $10 special that it could very well feel like you're eating two pizzas!

Besides pizzas both venues offer other sides and dishes. Let's do a side by side comparison to see which has the best offers!
PH vs D

I can't help it, I love me some Pizza Hut.

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