Tenders are invited for repairs to the brick steps, landings and cc drains at dukka
thirupatamma street in 32nd division
Likely bets: ghost pepper from India; sambal from Southeast Asia; gochujang from Korea; harissa, sumac and dukka
from North Africa.
This leads to further dialogue with Eastern thought, in particular the Buddhist tradition and its prominent focus on the notion of suffering or dukka
The spinach salad has a nutty, moreish sesame dressing and chunks of poached chicken, while the heirloom tomatoes are topped with creamy dollops of goat cheese and a crunchy mix of nuts and spices called dukka
18 to 24, a new episode of "Eat Well, Be Happy'' premieres on Channel 8 with Debra's Natural Gourmet sharing recipes for mango chia pudding, kelp noodle salad and Egyptian chicken (or tofu) with dukka
Dunk and dip into any one of Terra Rossa's award winning olive oils and Herby Zaatar, Spicy Dukka
or Zesty Sumac.
The first Noble truth is that suffering, dukka
, is inevitable (Burtt, 1982).
In nordsamischen Dialekten benutzt man die gleichstammigen Bezeichnungen: dokka, dukka
, tohka u.
whipped in a dead ball for St Anne's, but the blue and white hoops couldn't make anything of it as Kingsthorne keeper Kieran Wolland brilliantly punched clear.
28) More so than Margaret, Katharine must learn the Hindu/Buddhist lesson that dukka
(suffering) is the result of the human attachment to persons and things in the physical realm and that the individual may release him/herself from such suffering only by recognizing the illusory nature (maya) of all desire.
Arabs have a proverbial expression: Men dakka dukka
, meaning 'who sowing wind will reap storm.
serves 4) Takes 15 minutes to make, 10 minutes to cook, plus chilling INGREDIENTS 300g beef fillet (middle cut) 2 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp Egyptian dukka
spice mix (available from some shops and seasonedpioneers.