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Baba Ganoush Recipe - It's made from roasted eggplants, tahini and garlic and tastes incredible! From inspiredtaste.net | @inspiredtaste

Baba Ganoush Recipe - It's made from roasted eggplants, tahini and garlic and tastes incredible! From inspiredtaste.net | @inspiredtaste

Avocado Hummus in minutes! Combining the best of both worlds with avocado and hummus in just one dip! | http://cafedelites.com

Avocado Hummus in minutes! Combining the best of both worlds with avocado and hummus in just one dip! | http://cafedelites.com

13 Poke Bowl Recipes To Try At Home | http://homemaderecipes.com/13-poke-bowl-recipes/

13 Poke Bowl Recipes To Try At Home | http://homemaderecipes.com/13-poke-bowl-recipes/

These days, it’s not uncommon to hear about kids who have difficulty with paying attention. They can’t sit still, they can’t keep their eyes on what they’re doing, or they miss important instructions and details. Adding a sensory component or enhancing the existing sensory features of an activity can be helpful to promote attention and engagement.

These days, it’s not uncommon to hear about kids who have difficulty with paying attention. They can’t sit still, they can’t keep their eyes on what they’re doing, or they miss important instructions and details. Adding a sensory component or enhancing the existing sensory features of an activity can be helpful to promote attention and engagement.

FIORE Italian Restaurant Branding by Noname Branding | Fivestar Branding Agency – Design and Branding Agency & Curated Inspiration Gallery

FIORE Italian Restaurant Branding by Noname Branding | Fivestar Branding Agency – Design and Branding Agency & Curated Inspiration Gallery

Águeda's Umbrella Sky Project began in 2011 as a part of the Portuguese city's annual Ágitagueda Art Festival. Each summer, when temperatures soar, a handful of Águeda's narrow streets feature canopies of colorful umbrellas that provide shade to the pedestrians below.

Águeda's Umbrella Sky Project began in 2011 as a part of the Portuguese city's annual Ágitagueda Art Festival. Each summer, when temperatures soar, a handful of Águeda's narrow streets feature canopies of colorful umbrellas that provide shade to the pedestrians below.