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Thursday, April 21st, 2011

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    Get The Right Filler For Your Children's Play Area
    If you are currently making a kid's play area you may well have arrived at the point where you are wondering what type of filler is best. Below they have a closer look at a number of the most popular material used for the surfaces of kid's play areas.
    Play Bark
    Lots of people avoid play bark because it as seen as being expensive. However there's lots of advantages to this product. It is 100% natural, it does not basically blow away & packs down well to make a kind of carpet effect. make definite that it is regularly raked to get rid of any undesirable foreign objects.
    Recycled Coloured Woodchip
    Recycled coloured woodchip is a great play area filler. Again may people find it on the costly side but it is value for money as its low moisture content means that it last three times longer than play bark product. A inch layer of coloured woodchip is to block out sunlight & eradicate weed growth.
    Pea Gravel
    Pea Gravel is often used in playgrounds. It is definitely a less expensive alternative to woodchip or play bark.
    tiffany CO Furthermore pea gravel looks lovely & decorative. Think about using edging to keep the pea gravel contained.
    Recycled Mulch
    Grass & tree clippings can be ground up finely & turned in to mulch. This recycled mulch is then used within kid's play areas. This option is lovely for limiting weed growth as the trees naturally have an in-built weed deterrent.
    Artificial Grass Carpet
    You could also think about using an artificial grass carpet. It dries quickly which means that the kids will be able to play on it when the remainder of the garden is still wet. You can also remove it & place it elsewhere & neat it if need be.
    Indian Snack Food
    Indian children love the Khomcha-Wallah. They wanders the streets, the busier the better, basket of goodies on his head & a cane chair under his arm. When they encounters a likely crowd they sets down his basket on the chair & starts to trade. The basket will contain the half-prepared ingredients of what is known in northern India as chaat - savoury snacks from traditional Hindu cuisine - which may be served in a banana leaf bowl.
    item might be Aloo Chaat which is fried, golden-brown potato cubes tossed with chilli powder, roasted cumin powder & chaat masala**.
    Another, Dhai Baras which are split-pea patties. They are going to be already fried & softened in warm water. To complete the dish the Khomcha-Wallah may add beaten, creamy plain yoghurt with salt on top, & a choice of spice mixes. mixture will be aromatic & probably contain roasted cumin, black pepper & dried mango powder, another will be hot a fiery with chillies, another sweet & sour like tamarind chutney.
    Some Indian cities have become renowned for a definite kind of chaat - Jaipur for Paapri Chaat (similar to Dhai Baras but served with cubed potatoes chick peas) & Mumbai for Pau Bahji (spicy potato & vegetable curry served in a bun) but it is Delhi which is the chaat capital of India.
    Some other chaats are:
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    Aloo Samosa - small pastry triangles filled with a spicy mixture of small diced potatoes & peas with chillies, chilli powder, fresh coriander, cumin & garam masala.
    Keema Samosa - similar to above but including minced beef or lamb.
    Aloo Tikki - mashed potato mixed with peas, cumin powder, corn flour, chilli powder & salt, formed in to patties & fried until crisp & golden.
    Tandoori Chicken Chaat - Tandoori chicken, shredded & mixed with diced green mango, onions, green chillies, coriander leaves & chaat masala**, dressed with lemon juice, oil & chilli powder.

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