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Les poivres de Sichuan, Malabar Kerala et Jamaique

Meilleurs des poivres Appelée aussi tout épice Ou quatre épices, cette graine possède l’arôme et le goût à la fois du poivre, de l’anche, du clou de girofle ainsi que de la muscade. A l’origine Christophe Colomb pensait regagner l’inde mais finit par accoster en Amérique, il offrit alors la dénomination de poivre de Inde à cet article en vue de pouvoir le vendre en dépit de tout. Cet épice vous sera fort intéressant en vue de composer de succulentes marinades, ou relever la saveur des poissons Les grains poussent sur un grand arbre aux feuilles grosses et lustrées, ils sont cueillis encore verts puis séchés au soleil plusieurs jours, ils deviennent alors rouge-brun. Le quatre épice se cultive sur un arbre connu sous le nom de myrte-piment. Ses feuilles donnent une grande odeur de clou de girofle. Le fruit qui donne le poivre de Jamaique est cultivé avant maturité.
le poivre de Sichuan
Il est d’autant plus employé dans recettes asiatiques afin de donner un côté sucré/salé, mais parfume également les organisations à partir de poulet et autres volatils, de boeuf, ou de porc. On remarquera d’ailleurs sa saveur délicatement citronné et piquant qui apporte une note épicée à vos divers plats et préparations. Notre magasin sur internet vous offre d’acquérir cet article en sachets de 25 grammes, 50 grammes ou 100 g, n’hésitez plus. C’est grâce à ces botanistes que le poivre de Sichuan fut redécouvert (sous la dénomination de clavalier) et eut son emplacement d’honneur dans les jardins de floricultures français. Le poivrier de Sichuan est un arbuste à épines à feuillage caduc odorant. Ordinairement haut de 3 ou 4 m, on pourra lui garder une forme plus ramassée par la taille. Décoratif au printemps et avant tout à l’automne par sa fructification et son feuillage qui prend de luxueuses teintes mauves, pourpres. Feuilles composées pennées de 7 à 13 folioles, des épines garnissent les deux faces de la ganse centrale. Particulièrement parfumé au froissement et même au frôlement.

poivre de Kerala
C’est un poivre qui provient du sud-ouest de l’inde, ses baies séchées sont collectées avant phase de maturité. Il s’agit d’un poivre aux arômes subtils d’agrumes frais de citron et pamplemousse, très active et piquant. Le poivre noir de Kerala est enveloppé selon la quantité, en sachet ou boite de conserve refermable à loisir en vue de conserver toute la fraîcheur de l’article. Ses grains sont petits, fripés, de couleur chocolat-noir. Son piquant, dû à la pipérine, est fort, bien présent, tout en demeurant équilibré afin de pas masquer ses bouquets remarquables.

Le poivre de Malabar
Remarque il ne s’agit pas du poivre noir ni blanc de Malabar qui coûte presque rien, mais bien du Poivre Vert de Malabar qui exalte 2 fois plus d’arôme. La côte Malabar au sud ouest de l’inde est connue pour produire les grands poivres. Le poivre noir de la côte de Malabar est l’aieul de tous les poivres. Un univers de poivres
Le poivre de Jamaique
Le poivre de Jamaique est une baie dont les saveurs de clou de girofle, de muscade, de cannelle et de poivre noir lui valent également d’être appelé ” toute-épice ” ou ” piment de la Jamaique “, on le désigne également quelquefois bois d’inde. Cet ingrédient vous sera fort utile afin de préparer de délicieuses marinades, ou redresser la saveur des poissons Le 4 épice pousse sur un arbre que l’on appelle myrte-piment. Ses feuilles dégagent une forte odeur de clou de girofle. Le fruit qui donne le poivre de Jamaique est cultivé avant maturité.
le poivre de Sichuan
Appelé poivre chinois, il a une saveur réellement exclusive. Il est d’autant plus employé dans les recettes asiatiques afin de donner un côté sucré/salé, mais parfume également les préparations à base de poulet et autres volailles, de boeuf, ou de porc. Bien qu’on qualifie le plus souvent cette baie de poivre, il s’agit plus exactement d’un agrume. Les individus qui aiment la cuisine asiatique et notamment japonaise, seront tomber sur cet ingrédient rapidement nécessaire. Le poivrier de Sichuan fut ça ne se trouve pas sous le pas d’un cheval et rapporté à Venise par Marco Polo au Xiiieme siecle; il y a fait fureur dans la cuisine des demeures nobles de la Cité des Doges. Le poivrier de Sichuan a ensuite volatilisé jusqu’au Xixeme siècle, époque encensées des botanistes, chercheurs et autres curieux qui acclimataient toutes sortes de plantes en provenance des pays lointains. C’est uniquement depuis les années 1980 que les chefs de cuisine en font grand cas dans la gastronomie et que nous avons entrepris du multiplier et du proposer aux jardiniers amateurs tant sa culture est facilee. Le poivrier de Sichuan est un arbuste épineux à feuillage caduc très odorant. Ordinairement haut de 3 ou 4 m, on peut lui conserver un style plus recueillie par les dimensions. Avec l’âge, les épines en accolade du tronc et des branches deviennent notables. Feuillage caduc. On trouve dans les jardins d’horticultures un certain nombre de zanthoxylum dont les feuillages diffèrent sensiblement; l’originale poivrier de Sichuan a des folioles denses, petites et pressées alors que les plantes qui ont un feuillage plus large appartiennent à de nouveaux espèces du genre Zanthoxylum.

poivre noir de Kerala
Sous ses odeurs végétales de bouillon, découvrez un poivre délicat, importante et piquant.

Le poivre vert de Malabar
L’ancêtre de tous les poivres, d’une extrême légèreté. La côte Malabar au sud ouest de l’inde est connue pour produire les grands poivres du monde. Le poivre noir de la côte de Malabar est l’ancêtre de tous les poivres. Chaleureux en bouche, ce poivre laisse une persistance et une très agréable et douce acidité. Il s’emploie pour les sauces et les desserts. pronostic pmu

Bangkok: Big city life in Thailand

Pure freedom for literally everybody in Bangkok. It’s not just the city you can do whatever you want, it is also the city you can afford most of it. I like living like a local and if you do that in Bangkok you can enjoy the big city life for a very small amount. Check out amazing food, crazy parties, and great shopping.

Thai people are lovely, they have a very warm attitude. I love the culture in Thailand and really think that we “westerns” could learn a lot from Thais. However, I do not recommend to stay longer than four days in Bangkok. The city is very dirty and you will feel that dirty too – pretty fast. There is no way to escape from the dirt and this makes me personally very tired and kind of constrained. This is what I would do in Bangkok (or I always do when I visit Bangkok).

Eat like a local

Look, the Yong Lee Restaurant might not look like the cleanest temple and yes you might need some luck to get out completely healthy since the standards are not super high (especially if you use their restroom you are going to understand what I mean). Howsoever, I eat pretty much every day there when I am in Bangkok and their noodle soup is awesome! Just try to order the noodle soup and nothing experimental else. Also, try to ignore the family who runs the restaurant. They are very functional and not super talkative, I always try to get a little smile from the mother sitting in the back and literally controlling everything – it is so entertaining to watch. By the way, if you have heart about the famous and original Bangkok Pad Thai, don’t go and wait for 30 minutes in line, it is not that special in my opinion.

Khao San Road

The famous street where every party begins is called Khao San Road. Start your evening there and crazy things are going to happen. The night turns in to a great and unforgettable happening. You can get super good food, lots of drinks and also great massage (the serious ones!) facilities there. It is pretty much a street with everything you need to have a great time. Moreover, I like the people there, it is not too crowded and also not so commercialized like other famous streets in Thailand.

Shopping and Street Food

I was often looking for the perfect market with a good offer for shopping, drinks, and street food. It took me a long time but I finally found the perfect marked. The market is called Train Night Market Ratchada and located on ratcadaphisek road, which can easily be reached by metro. Take the MRT_BLL to Tao Poon and get out at Thailand Cultural Centre then walk towards the shopping center Esplanade Ratchadapisek. The night market is just behind it. You can walk through the shopping center. Once you arrived you can get your hair cut, buy nice clothes, souvenirs, or just enjoy the delicious street food. Moreover, you can have drinks at the bars. There is everything you need for a night shopping and lifestyle experience.

Get your things tailored

There are so many tailors in Bangkok. I found George Tailor and I am really happy with it. I got a jacket, four shirts, and pants made in no time and for a fair price. Get in touch with me if you are uncertain about his offerings – usually very fair from my experience. Please give my best greetings if you are visiting the store, you might get a better price.

Classic brunch for mrzl travelz

Of course also in Bangkok, I need my vacation breakfast. Brekkie offers a great avocado toast. Check out Makai if you prefer acai bowls.

Getting around in Bangkok

 

Well, I think best is to use a mix of everything (taxi, tuk-tuk, motorbike, public transportation). Try to avoid travel during rush hours in order to beware jams everywhere. Bangkok has a lot of people living there and even more tourists. I am not sure if the city was built for that many people. So, if traffic is ok (meaning you travel counter-cyclical) you can get a taxi (insist on using the meter) or a tuk-tuk. The fastest way to get around is probably public transportation and then motorbike taxis for the last mile.

Berlin: It gets under your skin when cold war is within reach

Berlin impresses me over and over again. There are different reasons why. First, I feel that Berlin is a political left-oriented city. There is a movement against capitalism whereas the American “free world” literally liberated the city from suppression. Secondly, you can actually experience first-hand cold war history. Last but not least Berlin offers great bars, clubs, and restaurants.

Every time I land in Berlin I am surprised how retarded the airport is. It seems like you traveled back in time. Yet, Berlin is an international city with lack of international connections due to missing development. However, you get fast out of the airport and the bus takes you directly to Alexanderplatz. On this ride, you can already see multiple sightseeing sites. Besides the commonly known museums and sightseeing sites, I really recommend diving into the Berlin’s lifestyle. Check out little different events and you will get the unique and real Berlin experience.

Holzmarkt – Berlin’s Unique Urban Oasis

Such a venue I can highly recommend is Holzmarkt. Enjoy awesome street food, great drinks, and cool events in a beautifully built wooden village. If you don’t know what to drink, try Vodka Mate. You can find the drink there and in every other bar in Berlin. If you keep walking from Holzmarkt along the east side gallery you will pass a green (grass) area with two houseboats. Get a drink there it is affordable and offers a great variety of drinks.

Brunch, Kebab, and Schnitzel

No offense, but Berlin is the place to eat Kebab. You will find the best Kebabs in Berlin. Mustafa’s Gemüse Kebab is very tasty and worth a visit. be aware that there is a waiting line (20-30 minutes) during eating times. When it comes to Brunch Distrikt Coffee is the right place to go. Unfortunately, it is a bit pricey. Finally, German food has to be on your bucket list. There are lots of German restaurants, we tried Treffpunkt Berlin and it was very tasty! Try and enjoy the Schnitzel.

Visit a prison with an ex-prisoner

In my opinion, the most impressive sightseeing spot of Berlin. The former Stasi prison Hohenschönhausen Memorial is a reminder of what happened during the cold war in Berlin. You can get an exclusive tour of the prison and your guide is a former prisoner presenting its own story. You cannot get a more authentic experience.

Etihad: Award winning business class

We had the chance to fly business from Bangkok to Abu Dhabi and then from Abu Dhabi to Zurich with Etihad. I will explain in this post on how we got the chance to fly so exclusively and also what our impressions were.

So many buttons, surfaces, and room to store things was simply overwhelming me. You really have no idea what to do and there is also a food & beverage manager who offers you a drink immediately after sitting down. I mean we had already plenty of drinks in the lounge and then there is more and more. You can literally do whatever you want. Tired? Get some sleep. Hungry? Order some food. Feel the need for entertainment? Turn on the TV, play games or have a chat with some other passengers while having a delicious drink from the bar. It was really like I wished that this flight would go so much further and take so much longer.

Is it worth it?

For that price ($600) totally! I am not sure though if I would pay the regular price for a business ticket, I mean at the end it’s just a flight, right? I would rather spend this money at my destination. Moreover, the service itself is not that special – to be honest. Also, maybe the staff got that we are not regular business class passengers (and yes, we might have taken the advantage of free drinks at the lounge and on the airplane). However, I recommend to try it if you get the chance and please enjoy that crazy port wine and the super tasty chocolate thing for me (you will kno when you fly).

Helvetic: The ultimative cockpit experience

We were invited for a wedding in Frankfurt, Germany. Unfortunately train tickets were very expensive so that we decided to fly from Zurich. On our flight back my friend Marco was first officer on the flight and I had the chance to fly with him in the cockpit – unbelievable!

Ready for taxi! I could not believe what was happening and it was happening very fast. The expected flight time was 35 min! I wished it would have been longer – probably for the first time on a flight like this. Commands here and there, coordination with tower and ground staff, every single move was so amazing. It is really impressive how strangers work hand in hand just as they would know each other for years. Here a little video on out Zurich approach:

You wont believe what’s going on

Usually, before departure, I am waiting just as you do in the cabin. There is always the same story going on. Information about the flight, safety instructions, and so on. Well, it is very different in the cockpit. Especially, if the computer (yes an airplane is a huge computer) reports error messages (and it did on our flight: rudder went on standby). Since, I was told to keep conversations on a minimum during departure I was listening and watching how they started looking up the error message in manuals and discussing possible actions such as restarting the engine or move on with taxi. They decided to move on with the flight, which made me a little bit uncomfortable (just being honest). No worries! It was all save at any time. However, after further tests in Zurich this particular aircraft was not allowed to fly anymore and had to go to maintenance.

personal life

My favorite blogs to read have changed throughout the years, but one thing that hasn’t is my love for reading them. Most recently, I’m loving blogs that focus on personal growth and mindfulness. I love bloggers who discuss how we can improve our mind, body, and soul. We’re all trying to become better people and improve ourselves, so it’s nice to find blogs where we can learn how to do that and how to foster great relationships with ourselves and others. Whether we’re trying to learn how to be more productive, get in shape, or how to achieve our goals, websites focusing on these personal development topics can get us inspired and motivate us to put some real effort into ourselves.

Here are my current favorite bloggers who I am constantly getting inspiration from.

1. The Blissful Mind

I recently did an interview with Catherine of The Blissful Mind (read the interview here), but I had to mention her again, because she kills it in the mindfulness and self-development area. I love every single one of her posts and find that they are all relevant to me (which is pretty rare!) If you haven’t checked her out already, you’re missing out on some seriously great content.

Main topics: Self-care, Mindfulness, Wellness, Productivity, Minimalism 
Start with: 
Develop a self-care routine, How to budget your money (Budgeting might seem boring, but I found this post extremely helpful (and even have it bookmarked), so I think you might too.)

2. Cait Flanders

Cait from Blonde on a Budget is such an inspiration. She has done several shopping bans and gives great information on how to start one on your own. She paid of $30,000 of debt in two years and each month gives us a look into her budget and how much she earns and saves. She is also an avid traveler and gives us great insight on how you can do so on a budget.

Main topics: 
Budgeting, Simplicity & Minimalism, Travel
Start with:
 How to start a shopping banDecember Budget & Goals (to give you an insight on what I mean by her budgeting posts), How to let go of your belongings

3. Smart Twenties

Sam writes on Smart Twenties all about making the most out of your twenties. She hasn’t updated in a while, but I’m hopeful that she’ll continue blogging. The content on her blog is inspiring, so I had to share.

Main topics: Personal Growth, Lifestyle
Start with: What to do when life feels messyHow she saved over $20,000 for travel

4. The Sunday Chapter

The Sunday Chapter was created by Angela Giakas and it’s a website inspiring others to “live a stylish and adventurous life.” Her content is so up-lifting. I love this website for travel inspiration and for tips on food, beauty, and lifestyle.

Main topics: Lifestyle, Travel, Beauty, Food
Start with: 
Ways to feel more confidentReminders for the new year

5. Career Girl Daily

Career Girl Daily is by far my favorite website for career-related posts. They’ve got all of it covered. You can learn how to nail an interview, dress for success, and become the best #girlboss through reading their material. If you’re a twenty something who cares about your career and future, you need this online magazine in your life, pronto.

Main topics: Career, lifestyle, beauty, fashion
Start with: How to stay motivatedNail your elevator speechWays to decide on your dream career

6. Embracing Simple Blog

Embracing Simple was created by Christina. It is such a great and inspiring blog. It’s all about, you guessed it, living a simple life. She talks about topics across the board, but sticks to topics that encourage self-development. She has an awesome (and free!) 4 week course about living a simple life if you sign up for her email list. It’s a great course and I highly recommend joining her email list.

Main topics: Household Tips, Self-Development, Blogging & Business
Start with: 
Ways to make your morning happierHow to crush your goalsCreate a workspace that fuels productivity

7. The Everygirl

I have been obsessed with The Everygirl for a few years now. It has just about everything you could want in a website. Self-improvement tips galore! I personally visit to the wellness and career sections the most, but they also have home decor and party tips that I adore. They even have job opportunities posted occasionally!

Main topics:
 Career, culture, wellness, living, travel, fashion & beauty
Start with: 
How to grow old with yourselfLessons learned from living aloneNetwork with confidence

8. The Wonder Forest

Dana Fox, the founder of The Wonder Forest, is a rad human being. I have a special place in my heart for her, because I purchased my first blog theme from her. She had the best customer service and is super helpful. But also, she has amazing blog content.

Main topics: Create, Explore, Inspire
Start with: 
How to improve your writingHow she overcame anxietyHow to deal with haters

9. Mind Body Green

Mind body green is the ultimate website for those who love (or want to love) being healthy. Whether it’s spirituality or eating better, they’ve got it all covered. They even have courses! Such a great resource for living a healthy lifestyle.

Main topics: Eat, move, breathe, love
Start with: 
Beliefs of the happiest peopleWhat giving up alcohol does for youHarnessing good vibes – Aura 101

10. Verily Mag

Verily Magazine is by far my favorite online magazine. I wish they still sold physical copies, because their blog speaks to me so much. I love the opinion pieces. They give me new perspectives on topics that I hadn’t even given much thought to in the past. They’re truly inspirational and I could browse on there all day long if I let myself.

Main topics: Relationships, Health, Culture, Lifestyle
Start with: 
New years resolutions for couplesWhat you need to know about mental illnessA week without makeup

11. Boho Berry

I recently discovered Boho Berry and boy am I glad that I did. She focuses a lot on planning and bullet-journaling. She recently inspired me to get back into using one – here’s our guide to starting a bullet journal if you’re curious about it. She is extremely talented artistically, but she’s also super motivational and all about goal-setting and working towards making your dreams happen.

Main topics: Bullet journaling, living better, achieving your goals
Start with: Personal development books that’ll change your lifeOrganize your goals

12. Yogi Approved

Yogi Approved has tons of lovely content about mindfulness and spirituality. I don’t do yoga, so I’m certainly not a yogi but I love their blog content anyway. I think it’s great to learn more about meditation and balance. This website makes me feel more connected to my spiritual side.

Main topics: Yoga, meditation, health & wellness
Start with: Law of attraction hacksMeditation for beginners

13. Tiny Buddha

Along the same lines of yoga and spirituality, I love Tiny Buddha for mindfulness and personal growth. You definitely do not need to be Buddhist to appreciate this website. It’s got more than just a blog, it has forums too. It’s definitely an inspirational internet place where wander and click for hours at a time.

Main topics: Happiness, love, mindfulness, health
Start with: What you should learn before you dieWhy it’s ok to fail at meditation 90% of the timeThe power of no

14. The Elgin Avenue

Monica Beatrice Welburn started The Elgin Avenue blog, all about “leading a stylish, happy, and inspired life.” Her photography and content are beautifully crafted. It’s the kind of blog that you want to peruse for hours. Her guest contributors are just as great, and I know that if you love our content here, you’ll enjoy her  She also has a podcast with her friend called “Let’s Discuss,” all about how to live a great life.

Main topics: Lifestyle, fashion, beauty, career
Start with: My 5 social media sanity rulesMacro to Micro to-do list technique

15. Best Kept Self

I discovered this blog, created by Shauna, not too long after creating Life Goals Mag and was so happy to find a website with the same mission as us – to be the best version of yourself. Their tagline is “self-help for the self-employed.” Whether you’re self-employed or not, I think you’ll love their content.

Main topics: Your health, your look, your mind
Start with: Improve your public speakingHow to stop being so busyMeal prep like a boss

16. Gen Twenty

I used to be a contributor for GenTwenty and I love their message. They’re all about making your twenties awesome and their tagline is “a twenty-something’s guide to life.” Such an empowering website and I feel like they truly get how it is to be in your twenties.

Main topics: Career, college, finance, self-development
Start with: 25 things to do before turning 25Love yourself as a single girl

17. Life Goals Mag

Up for a humble brag moment? If you’re looking for personal growth content, we’ve got you covered here too. I started this online magazine to inspire women to become their best selves. We have different women from all over the world talking about how they’re doing just that.
Main topics: Personal growth, lifestyle, career, relationships, wellness
Start with: 5 steps for breaking past your conditioned beliefsMindset shifts for good vibes

Bonus: Marie Forleo

This one is a bonus, because Marie Forleo’s content is mostly on YouTube, but when I think of personal growth, Marie comes to mind. She tackles business and life topics to “help you live a life you love.” She’s such a badass boss and I love her attitude and personality. If you haven’t watched a video of hers before, get on it, immediately.

Disposito – the Character Key

Having characters with single letters is confusing, and painful. I’m sorry.

But it’s important to make sure that you are able to project any part of people that you know into my protagonists. No one’s stories are ever important unless they have one of 2 qualities:

  1. Entertainment – no emotions evoked, why are you telling it?
  2. A lesson – most stories, fact, fiction – your history textbook and your assistant Gladys’ rant has a moral. Whether it’s relevant to you – entirely up to you.

P, Q, Y, J, B, N – my best friends, all females and all incredibly different.

P is a wildcard, an artistic, chaotic, nuclear energy that came to Earth with her existence just on steroids, never a dull moment. While she is an incredibly smart girl, she loses herself in her mind very often. Sometimes she gets trapped, and sometimes she simply gets a new mind. At some point, she must have accessed more of her mind than the average person, and she is now in a desperate chase to achieve it. Bradley Cooper in Limitless.

Q is a caricature of that girl in Piazza Venezia carrying her vespa helmet, hardly breaking 5 feet, bouncing on the balls of her feet angelically. And just so suddenly she’s yelling in your face, hot-headed and it’s her way or the highway and you still don’t know what triggered her. She feels intensely, and anything that occurs is a personal affront.

Y is Rapunzel, an adorable sheltered human being that you genuinely have no clue how she has lived in such a comfort-filled cocoon for so long. She’s in a continuous self-discovery, but a very quick self-discovery. Often enough the world could never go wrong, and when it does, it’s a saddening moment. While she can be the most organised, at times she’s the most innocent

J is the kindest person in the world. Kindest in the sense that she just wants people to succeed. She’s stubborn, but that keeps her sane, because people take advantage of her kindness too too much. I yell at her often for it. She’s got this understanding about what people like, and she does it incredibly. She’s not an “ass-kisser” nor is she a yes-man (sometimes she falls in it but not that often), she just has a greater understanding to being exactly the person that everyone enjoys, and she is, at her core.

B is just the definition of the modern term for “good vibes”. She is always down to do anything whenever. Somehow somewhere in all that good vibes-ness that she has naturally, she’s this inner Fortune-500 CEO that is developing projects that are changing the world. B also has this insane skill to be wanted. You can’t say that it’s one of those cataclysmic presences like P, but you know she’s there, and you know when she isn’t. Maybe at first you aren’t aware that you notice, like that imperceptible static in the air before rain

N is the CIA. Not because she actually is there (though if you told me so I would’ve believed you), but I don’t think any of us know anything really. We have a frame of the puzzle but there’s a hole to really knowing her. The question on everyone’s lips is “Who is N really?”

C & S are the veterans

C knows me since I first left home when I was 12. She grew with me and I grew with her, and we have never grown disproportionately. When C grows in one area, I grow in another, and vice versa. When we see each other, it’s like smelling home-cooking, familiar loving and saving.

S knows me since I was 7. S was created to be my mirror, and I his. When I went through something, S would go through it a year later. When S went through something, I would follow. S’ parents divorced after mine so I could help him, S’ father had a daughter 2 months before my father had a son. S has dealt with depression, so S helped me out of it. S has love for me that transcends normal love, and the same goes from me to him.

C & S are much like my left & right eye. Even if I don’t see them unless I look in the mirror, they will always be there.

X – an eclipse

Unfortunately, I can’t tell you much about him. You will have the pleasure of reading about him.