The Most Deliciously Weird ‘Seven’ Reenactment Ever Made

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“What’s in the box?” is one of the most chilling questions ever shouted in cinema history. Now picture that iconic scene from Seven with all the characters dressed as various fruits, vegetables and dairy products

The serious actors dressed as snacks might confuse your emotions, but somehow it works perfectly. Brad Pitt’s character as a tomato, Kevin Spacey as a block of cheese and Morgan Freeman played by a banana — it all makes for a completely absurd take on a very serious and haunting scene

Dos Padres, the comedy troupe behind the re-enactment, have also done “reensnackments” of other famous movies, including The Usual Suspects and Reservoir Dogs. Read more…

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CHOCOLATE, THE FOOD OF LOVE: 3 DELICIOUSLY SUPER HEALTHY RECIPES

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Chocolate is an expression of love and passion… and there is good reason for this. Cocoa is rich in antioxidant polyphenols, which act upon the brain, producing a sense of delight that no other substance can replicate. It’s good for the heart and the perfect treat on Valentine’s Day. Noura El-Imam, Yoga & Pilates certified teacher, outdoor enthusiast, foodie fanatic, and Founder of Yogalates Bliss in Dubai, shares three rich chocolate recipes that are super healthy, won’t leave you feeling guilty and are fun to make.

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Raw Chocolate Truffles

Here is my very first attempt in making chocolate truffles…super easy and loaded with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that are perfect for providing a quick boost of energy and when you’re simply itching for that chocolate bar:

Ingredients:
3 generous heaped tablespoons of dark cacao powder.
1.5 cups of pitted soft medjool dates
1 tsp of melted coconut virgin oil

Directions:
Blend away the above ingredients for a couple of minutes in a food processor (until they clump together). Scoop, roll the mixture into small balls with wet hands. Then roll the balls in anything your heart desires over baking paper. I coated them with cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, walnuts + ground coffee + pure maple syrup, rose essence, vanilla essence, cacao nibs, more dark cacao powder…cool them in the fridge for 10 minutes before engulfing them. If you can wait that long of course!

Other innovative coatings can be sesame seeds, caramelised almonds or walnut pieces, pistachios, roasted rose petals, saffron, goji berries, maca….you name it! Play around, get creative and let me know what incredible flavours you come up with.

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