Father’s Day 2020: Special Memories with Dad
Happy Father’s Day Dear Dad! : Mr Valerian Crasta
Thank you dear loving dad for all the support and love. I always pray for you to keep you happy and healthy. Love you dad. Wishes from Sunil Joseph Crasta, Kudupu.
Happy Father’s Day Dear Dad! : Mr Patrick Veigas
Cheers and Happy Father’s day to the world’s coolest dad. From giving chocolates hiding it from mom in childhood to fixing all the problems in my life you have always been there for me. Thank you for supporting and encouraging me always. Love you daddy cool. Wishes from Sharrel Veigas.
Happy Father’s Day Dear Dad! : Mr Simon Rodrigues
You always worked so hard to provide for us. You always made the time for us. You have always encouraged and supported us. And you are the best DAD to us! Happy Father’s Day! Best wishes from Princia Cassin
Happy Father’s Day Dear Dad! : Mr Cassin Rodrigues
“One of the greatest gifts I’ve ever got from God. I call him daddy.” Happy Father’s Day dada
Happy Father’s Day Dear Dad! : Mr Maxim Crasta
Thank you Dear Dad for being with me and supporting me in my entire life. You are the best. Wishes from Mural Crasta, Bajpe, Mangalore
Happy Father’s Day Dear Dad! : Mr Robert D’Silva
Thank you Dad for everything. You are the best Dad ever…… Wishes from Shaun D’Silva, Derebail, Mangalore
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It is no secret that fatherhood is one of the greatest epidemics of our time. Did you know that children who live in fatherless homes are almost 5 times more likely to live in poverty and commit crimes? They have a dramatically increased risk of drug and alcohol abuse. More than twice as likely to commit suicide. And 20 times more likely to end up in prison.
71% of all dropouts from high school come from fatherless homes. Children growing up in such homes are much more likely to experience sexual assault, child abuse, and other types of serious violence. In addition to that, sexual activity and teenage pregnancy are much higher for girls living in homes absent from the father.
While those facts are known and true, there is unfortunately not much we can do for all fatherless children everywhere individually. However, we can change the reality of our children. Young children need a role model, a man they can aspire to be. A man who bravely faces life’s challenges and shows them how to overcome adversity. A man who models integrity, shows humility, and loves God and his family unconditionally.
Young girls need to know how a real man acts and reacts to the demands of this challenging world. A man who shows them what true love and care for them looks like. A man by whom she can measure all the other men who enter her life.
A father who puts God first, and the priorities that put his family above all else. For those of you who are doing this, well done! Do not give up! Never underestimate the good you are doing and the future you are helping to secure for your family. Because of what he’s doing, the world is a better place for all of us, but especially for his children.
For the absent parent, whether physically distant or emotionally and mentally uncommitted, there is good news. The details I mentioned above don’t have to be the reality for your children. You can change all of that right now. As long as your children live, you will have the opportunity to be the dad they need and always wanted. Get rid of distractions, destructive habits and distance between your children.
Your boy, your girl, they need you to be the father they deserve, the man that God created you to be. For all types of parents facing the challenges of parenthood, keep in mind that every single day can’t be in your favour. Hence relax and find a solution.
Hideshade.com wishes every father a very Happy Father’s Day! Thank you.
Father’s Day Special: Flourless Chocolate Cake Recipe
Hideshade.com will be sharing with you how to make this incredibly delicious flourless chocolate cake. It is rich and decadent, so you will only want a small portion, but there is no way you will miss the flour in it.
To start with this flourless chocolate cake, in a medium bowl, measure the butter. We will need two sticks, 1 cup of 225 g. You will notice that we give the recipe quantities in metric and imperial, so no matter where you live in the world, the recipe should be easy enough to follow.
We are going to melt the butter so that it does not have to be at room temperature, just cut it so that it is not a large piece. In the same bowl add your chocolate. You want to use dark chocolate here, somewhere around 60% to 70% for the best flavor. Choose the best quality chocolate you can find in your city, one you would use to eat chocolate chips.
Cut or break the chocolate into smaller pieces so that it melts more easily. Place the bowl over a small saucepan with boiling water and stir occasionally until the chocolate and butter have completely melted. Alternatively you can melt the butter and chocolate together in the microwave just make sure not to do it directly in a pot as there is too high of a chance you’ll end up burning your chocolate.
While the butter and chocolate is melting get started on the eggs. You’ll need 7 eggs for this recipe, trust me you won’t get an eggy flavour at all so don’t try and cut it down to 3 eggs as it won’t work. Make sure your eggs are at room temperature,if you store them in the fridge just remove them about 30 minutes before you start baking. Crack each egg into a bowl.
I use my stand mixer, if you’re using a whisk or hand mixer make sure to use an extra large bowl as these will be about tripling in volume so you don’t want to run out of space.
Every minute or so check on your butter and chocolate again, giving it a quick mix with a wooden spoon to make sure its melting and isn’t getting too hot. This chocolate cake only requires 5 ingredients making it incredibly easy to make. It’s great if you’re gluten free or trying to avoid flour but also it doesn’t need the flour whatsoever so you won’t be missing it.
Think of it as a very sophisticated and decadent chocolate cake, one you can even add liquor to if you would like. Let me know in the comments below what your favourite pairing to chocolate is. Mint, coffee, orange, vanilla, almond. So many different options that you can use for this recipe.
When your chocolate and butter mixture is completely silky and smooth remove it from the simmering water and leave to cool while your work on the eggs. After you’ve cracked in all of your eggs, next we’ll need some sugar to sweeten this cake up.
Measure out 1 cup or 200g of granulated white sugar and pour it into the bowl with your eggs. Most dark chocolate won’t be super sweet so this cake does need some sugar, have a quick taste of the melted chocolate and butter mixture and if it tastes somewhat sweet reduce the amount of sugar you add to half of a cup.
Turn your mixer on to low speed first for a minute or so before turning it to a medium high speed. If you are whisking the eggs by hand, just mix as fast as you can until the eggs and sugar have about doubled to tripled in volume. This should take you about 5 minutes with a machine or about 15 minutes by hand.
Don’t be afraid of doing it by hand though if you don’t have a hand mixer, it’ll be a great arm workout. When your mixture is looking super light and fluffy it’s about time to add the chocolate and butter to the eggs. Test your chocolate mixture here and make sure it isn’t too hot, warm is okay but we don’t want to be cooking the eggs from the heat. Turn your mixer on a lower speed and power about half of your melted chocolate and butter into the bowl with the machine running.
Mix the batter together for a minute or soor until it is completely combined before adding the remaining. Adding half at a time allows the mixture to combine fully without completely deflating the eggs from the heavy chocolate. You should be left with a smooth, silky and dark chocolate cake batter.
Now is the time where you can add whatever kind of flavouring you would like. Some popular options would be vanilla essence, almond essence like I’m using, mint essence, may be orange zest, or your favourite type of liquor. About a tablespoon of any flavouring as it needs to be strong to compete with the chocolate.
Scrape the bowl with a rubber spatula and give the dough a final mixture until everything is completely combined. Pour the chocolate cake batter into an 8 inch lined cake tin that is wrapped with aluminum foil on the outside. This cake pan will need to be placed inside a larger cake pan, baking pan, or baking dish filled halfway with boiling water.
Baking it in a water bath helps the cake to bake more evenly so the outside doesn’t dry out before the inside has had a chance to heat up. Place your cake in a 160C or 325 F oven for 25 minutes. After 25 minutes your cake will probably look completely raw in the centre, it’ll still jiggle when you shake the pan. Don’t worry about this, we’re only cooking the eggs so cooling it down will set the chocolate and butter which in turn will set the cake.
Cool your cake completely in the pan before transferring it to a serving plate. Wrap it in plastic wrap or place it into a container and place in the fridge for at least 6 hours or overnight before serving.
Serve it straight out of the fridge to your dad on Father Day, dusted with sugar, and with fresh fruit, whipped cream, or a berry couli. It’s incredibly rich and decadent so you’ll only want a small slice but you’ll probably be tempted by seconds. If you make this cake I would love to see a picture, thank you for reading, I hope your Dad will have the best gift ever from your end. I guess enjoyed this recipe and I’ll see you in my next article.
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