El Caza Tendencias

-A Human Curator-
Recipe for homemade banana ice cream to enjoy a sweet weekend!4 servings ingredients:- 4 bananas- Normal milk, oats milk, rice, almond, etc.- 4 tablespoons honeyDirections:Cut bananas into slice, put the slices in a container suitable for cold and freeze.Once frozen, remove from the cold.In a blender container put the bananas and honey.Go slowly adding milk, to mix all ingredients until smooth.And ready to eat!We recommend that you prepare it just before eating.As it melts very quickly and bananas turn brown due to process of oxidation.You can do it of any other fruit, the same process but instead of milk, depending on the fruit and our taste, use orange juice.For  a much better presentation we can add before serving some almonds or  nuts. Also small pieces of fruits like peaches, strawberries, cherries,  etc.
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!Qué calor! ¿no? Les dejamos una receta de helado de plátano casero para que di …sfruten dulcemente del finde!!Ingredientes para 4 raciones:- 4 plátanos- Leche normal, de avena, arroz, almendra, etc.- 4 cucharadas de MielPreparación:Cortar los plátanos en rodajas, poner las rodajas en un recipiente apto para el frió y llevar al congelador.Una vez congelado, retirar del frío.En un recipiente para minipimer poner los plátanos y la miel.Ir agregando leche poco a poco, para poder mezclar bien todos los ingredientes hasta obtener una textura cremosa.Y listo para comer!!Les  recomendamos que lo preparen justo antes de comerlo, al no tener  conservantes se deshace muy rápidamente y el plátano se oscurece debido  al proceso de oxidación.Se puede hacer de cualquier otra fruta,  mismo proceso pero cambiamos, dependiendo de la fruta y nuestro gusto,  la leche por zumo de naranja.Para que la presentación del helado  quede mucho mejor, les podemos agregar al momento de servir algunos  frutos secos.También le podemos añadir trozos pequeños de frutas como  duraznos, frutillas, cerezas, etc.



Recipe for homemade banana ice cream to enjoy a sweet weekend!

4 servings ingredients:

- 4 bananas
- Normal milk, oats milk, rice, almond, etc.
- 4 tablespoons honey

Directions:

Cut bananas into slice, put the slices in a container suitable for cold and freeze.
Once frozen, remove from the cold.
In a blender container put the bananas and honey.
Go slowly adding milk, to mix all ingredients until smooth.

And ready to eat!

We recommend that you prepare it just before eating.
As it melts very quickly and bananas turn brown due to process of oxidation.

You can do it of any other fruit, the same process but instead of milk, depending on the fruit and our taste, use orange juice.

For a much better presentation we can add before serving some almonds or nuts. Also small pieces of fruits like peaches, strawberries, cherries, etc.

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!Qué calor! ¿no? Les dejamos una receta de helado de plátano casero para que disfruten dulcemente del finde!!

Ingredientes para 4 raciones:

- 4 plátanos
- Leche normal, de avena, arroz, almendra, etc.
- 4 cucharadas de Miel

Preparación:

Cortar los plátanos en rodajas, poner las rodajas en un recipiente apto para el frió y llevar al congelador.
Una vez congelado, retirar del frío.
En un recipiente para minipimer poner los plátanos y la miel.
Ir agregando leche poco a poco, para poder mezclar bien todos los ingredientes hasta obtener una textura cremosa.

Y listo para comer!!

Les recomendamos que lo preparen justo antes de comerlo, al no tener conservantes se deshace muy rápidamente y el plátano se oscurece debido al proceso de oxidación.

Se puede hacer de cualquier otra fruta, mismo proceso pero cambiamos, dependiendo de la fruta y nuestro gusto, la leche por zumo de naranja.

Para que la presentación del helado quede mucho mejor, les podemos agregar al momento de servir algunos frutos secos.También le podemos añadir trozos pequeños de frutas como duraznos, frutillas, cerezas, etc.

Casino Theater, New York
Ruins          are the visible symbols and landmarks of our societies  and their changes, small pieces of history in suspension. The state of ruin is essentially a temporary situation that happens at           some point, the volatile result of change of era and the fall of empires. This fragility, the time elapsed but even so running fast, lead us to          watch them one very last time :  being dismayed, or admire, making us wondering about the permanence of          things. Photography appeared to us as a modest way  to keep a little bit of this ephemeral state.

Casino Theater, New York

Ruins are the visible symbols and landmarks of our societies
and their changes, small pieces of history in suspension.

The state of ruin is essentially a temporary situation that happens at
some point, the volatile result of change of era and the fall of empires.
This fragility, the time elapsed but even so running fast, lead us to watch them one very last time :
being dismayed, or admire, making us wondering about the permanence of things.

Photography appeared to us as a modest way
to keep a little bit of this ephemeral state.

(Source: marchandmeffre.com )

Ballroom, Lee Plaza Hotel. Detroit.
In the early 20th century, following the development of the entertainment          industry,  hundreds of auditoriums were built everywhere in North America. Major entertainment firms and movie studios commissioned specialized architects           to build grandiose and extravagant theaters. From the 60’s, TV, multiplexes and urban crisis made them becoming obsolete. During the following decades, when they were not modernized or transformed          into adult cinemas,  they closed one after the other and many of them were simply demolished. Those which remain forgotten, escaping from this fate, were converted          to varied purposes. Now, many are reused as churches, retail, flea markets, bingo halls, discos,           supermarkets or warehouses. Some others just sit abandoned. This work, started in 2005, is currently in progress.

Ballroom, Lee Plaza Hotel. Detroit.

In the early 20th century, following the development of the entertainment industry,
hundreds of auditoriums were built everywhere in North America.
Major entertainment firms and movie studios commissioned specialized architects
to build grandiose and extravagant theaters.

From the 60’s, TV, multiplexes and urban crisis made them becoming obsolete.

During the following decades, when they were not modernized or transformed into adult cinemas,
they closed one after the other and many of them were simply demolished.

Those which remain forgotten, escaping from this fate, were converted to varied purposes.

Now, many are reused as churches, retail, flea markets, bingo halls, discos,
supermarkets or warehouses. Some others just sit abandoned.

This work, started in 2005, is currently in progress.

Selected Objects from the Exhibition Alexander McQueen

Selected Objects from the Exhibition Alexander McQueen

(Source: metmuseum.org)

An exploration of the remix techniques involved in producing films.

(Source: vimeo.com)