some of the resistance seen in Dukka
, but again its decision lacks
We started with superb focaccia - springy as memory foam, freshly baked that afternoon and served with good-quality rapeseed oil and dukka
Tenders are invited for repairs to cc drain, brick steps and landings at katikala masthan street, dukka
tirupathamma street and anjaneya vagu in 32nd div
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
His search for enlightenment led him to discover four noble truths: First he found out the painful truth that this world to be a Dukka
Sagara, a sea of sorrows; second he realized the main cause of this flood of misery was human DESIRE - grasping selfish desire to get what one doesn't have as well as the desire to keep all what one has including one's life marked by everyone's fear of death.
There were artisanal cheeses, a pasta station, succulent dukka
(dusted ovenroasted lamb rack with mint sauceincredible
The Ramadan additions to the menu includes healthy dishes made from fresh, high- quality produce, such as grilled tiger prawns with mango for starters, chicken apricot tagine or dukka
crust fish fillet for mains, and chocolate Umm Ali with nuts and cinnamon for dessert, among other options.
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.