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    cooking school
  • A cooking school or culinary school is an institution devoted to education in the art and science of food preparation. It also awards degrees which indicate that a student has undergone a particular curriculum and therefore displays a certain level of competency.
    moroccan
  • a native or inhabitant of Morocco
  • of or relating to or characteristic of Morocco or its people; "Moroccan mosques cannot be entered by infidels"
  • (morocco) a kingdom (constitutional monarchy) in northwestern Africa with a largely Muslim population; achieved independence from France in 1956

Duchess Elisabeth - Elsfleth
Duchess Elisabeth - Elsfleth
1907 Launching a three-masted schooner called San Antonio the shipowner Andreas Hammerstein 1908 After a collision with the light cruiser Emden of the German Imperial Navy sinks of San Antonio. Besides the cooking, the crew is rescued. The Seeger layer negotiation in Kiel, shows that the light cruiser Emden that caused the collision. The Imperial Navy must pay the owner a new building. 12.04.1909 The owner hollaendische Andreas Hammerstein asked the shipyard Jan Smit in Alblasserdam with the construction of a three-masted schooner. 19.08.1909 Launched under the name of San Antonio. The cargo vessel with auxiliary diesel engine is replaced by folding masts, so that he can ride even large rivers, such as the Rhine. 1910 - 1913 The logbook has made several trips to South America, in the Mediterranean Sea and in the North and Baltic Sea. 25.01.1914 The San Antonio aground on the Moroccan coast from Rabat is, however, using the 160-hp diesel engine again. Winter 1929 The San Antonio capsizes with a cargo timber near Copenhagen. As it floats on, it can be salvaged and re-floated. Summer 1936 The San Antonio will be transformed into a coaster with auxiliary sails. The spars may be shortened by 8 meters, so the total height of the vessel is only 23m. Also, the jib boom is cut. The current engine is replaced by a 360 hp Deutz diesel engine May 1940 When war broke out shipowners can Hammerstein with his ship, the Netherlands immediately before the occupation by German troops leave. A French warship is forcing San Antonio to enter a British port. The ship is used for replenishment purposes in convoys. 1947 Reeder Hammerstein sold the San Antonio to a Swedish Kapitaen, which they rechristened in Budi. In the next 25 years, the San Antonio series of four different Swedish owners used mainly for treatment of minor ports. Temporarily it is also called Santoni. 1957 - 1965 Owner of San Antonio is the owner Johann Thorsson, Skillinge (S). His son, Jan-Erik Thorsson runs as captain. The last Swedish owner of the San Antonio is the shipping company Sandberg Kungshamn. 08.08.1973 The Hamburg captain Hartmut Pasch Castle bought the coaster located in a dilapidated condition, for 275.000,-SKR, converted at that time about 150,000 DM He makes it a three-masted schooner cruise rebuilt in the Mediterranean, which is named Ariadne. In the yard in mop van Kroosz Haven 60 km from Hamburg all the bodies are removed. February 1974 The repair work will continue in the Stade shipyard. The ship gets new constructions and 200 tons of ballast, consisting of rails and concrete. The interior is executed in the yard and Scheel Goenk in Hamburg, where the ship will also be furnished. In addition, it receives three towers of steel. The sails are flown in from Hong Kong. 05.05.1974 65 years after the first test run from Amsterdam to Rotterdam will take a test drive to Helgoland, which turns out to full satisfaction. In the following years, Ariadne moves to autumn 1981, on cruises in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. 14.10.1981 The captain and owner Elsflether Horst Werner Janssen, the Ariadne discovered in the port of Piraeus. He chartered the ship which is converted by captain Uwe Oden and a crew of students of technical secondary school Oldenburg, Department of Maritime Affairs, under difficult conditions to Elsfleth. 12.01.1982 The Training Ship Association Grand Duchess Elisabeth eV is constituted. The patronage of Duke Anton Gunther von Oldenburg takes, whose family has traditional links with the maritime industry. President, Horst Werner Janssen. 14.03.1982 The cruising sailor was first moored in its new home port Elsfleth. 12.06.1982 Ameli Duchess of Oldenburg, baptizing in the name of the Ariadne Grand Duchess Elizabeth. 10.06.1983 The Wesermarsch acquires the Grand Duchess Elizabeth of the Ariadne Windjammer SA at a price of 1.2 million DM, which represent the state of Lower Saxony and the City of DM 450 000 100 000 Elsfleth DM. In the following years, notes the Lissi, as it is affectionately known, training cruises in the North and Baltic Sea. Also be sailed under the STA-racing events. 31.03.1993 During repair and maintenance work at the shipyard Elsflether, Clock stops around 1920, a devastating fire on the Lissi. The entire interior from the back and the machine Schott Schott is destroyed. This was due to welding. Experts examined the ship and found that another 60% had remained intrinsic value received. They decided to ship back the repaired. 03.05.1993 The Wesermarsch decides to transfer to the Grand Duchess Elisabeth inclusive of comprehensive insurance paid out the sum of training ship club. The repair contract was awarded to Elsflether yard. The development of the entire interior was completed on 09/30/1993. The ship is like a new building in now. The large financial cost of the reconstruction was carried by the entire region: members / politics / Friends of the po
R'zatte L'quadi (L'kadi or lL'9adi) or Rziza / Judge's Turban / Turbans du juge / ??? ??????
R'zatte L'quadi (L'kadi or lL'9adi) or Rziza / Judge's Turban / Turbans du juge / ??? ??????
Razzat L'9adi (also spelled R'zzat L'kadi or Rziza) is a Moroccan crepe which means Judge's Turban / ??? ??????. It is a traditional and rural head dress that moroccan men use in some regions to protect them from wind, dust, dry hot weather in summer, cold in winter and sandstorms . However, City People combine moroccan traditional clothing with Western garments. A turban is practical because it's easy to wear, it is just twisted (it should not be flat), then shaped into a snail or snake form and put on the head. With the turban, moroccan men (I have to specify here, only in some regions) wear a jellaba (a loose-fitting hooded robe with long, full sleeves) and hand-made leather Babouche or Balgha. Strangely enough, these delicious moroccan crepes are named after the men's Moroccan Turban. The dough should be shaped into long sausages first, then folded into spiral or 'snail-shell' shapes and cooked on a preheated non-stick pan over medium heat. It's traditionally served during Ramadan and also for special occasions or breakfast or Anytime. It is a very time-consuming recipe but it's worth the effort when you serve it on a plate, and drizzle with honey, it's Heaven on a plate! Rziza always brings back fond childhood memories for me. Wonderful memories, it was something I look forward to during Ramadan or tea break after school. I love Rziza!

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