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08:30  25 september  2022
08:30  25 september  2022 Source:   heimgourmet.com

Tom Cruise performs gripping Mission: Impossible parachute scenes

  Tom Cruise performs gripping Mission: Impossible parachute scenes Tom Cruise showed off his impressive skills as a parachutist as he swooped to the ground while performing corkscrew turns while filming Mission: Impossible in the Lake District on Wednesday. The actor, 60, who plays Ethan Hunt in the famous movie franchise, was seen wearing a black jumpsuit while attached to a royal blue parachute.Hollywood heavyweight Tom made some hair-raising turns as he plummeted towards the lush green grass in Cumbria having jumped out of a helicopter which was seen in the sky above him.

now it will be hearty! This delicious spread made of curd cheese and potatoes makes a wonderful bread on a fresh slice and is a great change from butter, cream cheese and Co.

Eine leckere Alternative zu Butter: Kartoffelaufstrich KMG/DIE-KARTOFFEL.DE © kmg/die-kartoffel.de A delicious alternative to butter: potato spread kmg/die potato. DE

cuts, Büterken, Stulle or simply butter bread. The baked goods occupied knows many names and is very popular in Germany. Every last Friday in September, die -hard fans even celebrate the day of the German sandwich. But it doesn't always have to be butter! A homemade potato spread made of potatoes, curd cheese and sour cream is just as delicious. This is how it works:

ingredients 150 g flour -boiling potatoes 120 g curd 50 g sour cream salt and pepper some stems parsley preparation cook the potatoes with bowl, let cool and peel. Stomp with acid cream, curd cheese and butter in a bowl into a homogeneous mass. Season the potato spread with salt and pepper, finely chop parsley and mix in.

delicious: homemade fried potato bread

Climate change has come for the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitter .
China’s catastrophic summer shows its climate adaptation plans still have a long way to go.As weather historian Maximiliano Herrera told New Scientist magazine last month while the heat waves were ongoing, “There is nothing in world climatic history which is even minimally comparable to what is happening in China.” In at least 17 provinces, more than 240 cities saw temperatures exceeding 104 degrees Fahrenheit. (Normally, a metropolis like Chongqing, at the center of this heat wave in southwestern China, only sees temperatures as high as 92°F.

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