Beauty, Cooking, eating, Food

5 Best Desserts Food of the Year 2018 Around the World

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Dessert is  a happy food, and they can enlighten anyone’s mood and bring a smile to the face.

Eating excessive volumes of sweets is not good for our health. It can potentially lead to a range of health issues in the future. It doesn’t mean that they can’t be enjoyed in moderation. Take a bite of your favourite chocolate or ice cream.

Eating in moderation is not bad, and we can allow ourselves to have it at least once a week. Don’t deprive yourself, instead reward yourself with it occasionally.

“Absolutely eat dessert first. The thing that you want to do the most, do that” — Joss Whedon

Hong Kong Bublewraps in London

Delicious English Food Dessert

Baked Alaska Flambé (on fire)

Flambé Alaska Dessert Food

Camp Fire Dessert in Canada

“Broken Glass” made of Sugar with Raspberry in Australia

Caribbean Rum Bananas Flambé with Amaretto

Low Calorie

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Beauty, Travel

Riviera Maya Jazz Festival 2018 Music Art and My Own Poem to Earth

This year’s Riviera Maya Jazz Festival was held in the Mexican Caribbean paradise known as Playa del Carmen, in Quintana Roo, south of Cancun, Mexico.

Cenote Hubiku Tulum Riviera Maya

My Own Poem To Music and Earth

From November 30 to December 2nd the greatest exponents of this fantastic musical genre jazz enlightened a part of earth and its inhabitants with celestial musical notes, with magisterial interpretations that took the listeners to the highest levels of heaven on earth. The joy in each assistant was obvious.

We could feel each note penetrating our soul with tenderness sometimes, others, with majestic savage rhythm, making us gleeful in the middle of paradise, the sea waves sound seemed to touch the music coming out the instruments and vocal cords of the musicians and singers. The palm trees were dancing to this marry-making of glorious sounds.

What a celebration to life this was

Dr. Martha A. Castro Noriega, MD ©