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Rojit Sorokhaibam

Tue, Sep 29, 2020
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Alone we can so little, together we can do so much.
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#team #collaboration #efficiency #trustbuilding #relationship #trust #idhubs #go4idhubs
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Rojit Sorokhaibam

Fri, Sep 25, 2020
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Everyone will be able to copy your idea, but can not steal the trust & relationship you have established.
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Rojit Sorokhaibam

Wed, Sep 23, 2020 Edited
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Easter Cake Recipes
Just checking out the new introduced feature of sharing your favorite recipes. It works well!!
Easter cakes
  • INGREDIENTS
  • Creme Eggs
  • Cinnamon
  • Pplenty of chocolate
  • Self-raising flour 175g
  • 70% cocoa powder 3 tbsp
  • Unsalted butter 175g, softened completely
  • Golden caster sugar 175g
  • Baking powder 1 tsp
BACKGROUND STORY:
Simnel cakes have been known since at least medieval times. Bread regulations of the time suggest they were boiled and then baked, a technique which led to an invention myth, in circulation from at le... read more...
Simnel cakes have been known since at least medieval times. Bread regulations of the time suggest they were boiled and then baked, a technique which led to an invention myth, in circulation from at least 1745 until the 1930s, whereby a mythical couple, Simon and Nelly, fall out over making a Simnel. One wishes to boil it, one to bake it and, after beating each other with various household implements, they compromise on one which uses both cooking techniques.

Simnel cakes are often associated with Mothering Sunday, also known as Simnel-Sunday. According to historian Ronald Hutton, in 17th Century Gloucestershire and Worcestershire the custom of live-in apprentices and domestic servants going home to visit their mothers on Mothering Sunday started, checking that their families were well and taking food or money if needed. This was a time of year when food stocks were low, and the high-calorie simnel cake was useful nutrition. The cake later became simply an Easter cake. The meaning of the word "simnel" is unclear: there is a 1226 reference to "bread made into a simnel", which is understood to mean the finest white bread, from the Latin simila – "fine flour" (from which 'semolina' also derives). John de Garlande felt that the word was equivalent to placenta cake,[3] a cake that was intended to please.

A popular legend[citation needed] attributes the invention of the Simnel cake to Lambert Simnel; however, references to the cake were recorded some 200 years before his birth. read less
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