(2013/RamaLama) 27 Titel der Los Llopis (was soviel wie 'Die Llopis' bedeutet ?) mit genialen, spanischen Versionen von Rock'n'Roll Super Hits, Latino Schmalz und eigenen Krachern. Der Stil von Los Llopis erinnert an den Ostküsten Rock'n'Roll von Bill Haley und Freddie Bell, aber die Jungs haben ...
Broths and stocks have been part of almost every culture's culinary tradition for centuries; from Vietnamese pho to Italian broth to American chicken noodle soup, a flavorful, meaty broth is at the base of some of the world's most comforting dishes. But in the last couple of years, nutritionists and health food junkies have begun promoting broth not for its delicious warming properties, but for its numerous health benefits. According to many, broth made primarily with animal bones, and simmered for hours and hours (know as "bone broth") is a magic super food that can heal digestive issues, revive tired muscles, and make brittle hair and nails a thing of the past. Chances are you've heard about bone broth and its many benefits. Recipes and even cookbooks have been popping up to celebrate what looks like a new, and at the same time, very old miracle tonic. With sports stars like Kobe Bryant singing its praises, it's easy to get caught up in all the bone broth hype. But is there any truth behind all of these reported bone broth benefits? First of all, you may be wondering: what is bone broth? Explained very basically, bone broth is a type of stock made from bones that have been boiled for a few hours, usually with other flavorings such as salt and pepper, and onions or carrots. Technically, bone broth can be made from any bones, but it's generally thought that using the bones from healthy, organically-reared animals is better. While bone broth might seem like the trendiest super food trend out there, it's actually far from anything new. While we don't believe in panaceas or "cure-alls", we do believe that beyond being delightful to the senses, food is functional. It serves a purpose, and high-protein bone broth especially serves our systems. Bone broth has been a staple of human nutrition in almost every culture for thousands of years and remains so in many Asian and Latino cultures. 1. Language: English. Narrator: S.A. Crawley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/113381/bk_acx0_113381_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
“Obsession” wurde der Sommerhit 2004 und unsere zuvor geschmähte CD “Best of Bachata”, die neben “Obsessión” 9 weitere Hits dieses Genres erhält, ein Verkaufsrenner. In den Downloadcharts des grössten deutschen Downloadportals Musicload hielt sich die komplette CD monatelang in den Top Ten, wobei auf den anderen neun Plätzen Einzeltitel, also keine CDs standen. Und da sich die Fangemeinde bei Musicload nicht allein unsere komplette CD, sondern natürlich auch Einzeltitel daraus herunterlied, waren imHerbst vergangenen Jahres wochenlang bis zu 6 Plätze der Top Ten von “Best of Bachata” besetzt. Jetzt kommt Nachschlag mit brandneuen Latin-Pop Chart-Hits und unverzichtbaren Klassikern diesen Genres. Also wirklich im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes: Ein Feuerwerk an Hits die uns den Sommer retten und garantiert jede Party mit heißen Rythmen zum kochen bringt. Vamos! Top of the CHARTS ! Latin Pop, Salsa & tropische Super-Hits. TITEL: 01. LA NOCHE (SON) / 02. CARRAPICHO (LATIN) / 03. LA COLEGIALA (TROPICAL) / 04. MACARENA (POP LATINO) / 05. EL PRESO (SALSA) / 06. LAMBADA (LAMBADA) / 07. A MOVER LA COLITA / 08. EL MENEITO (REGGAE) / 09. EL AFRICANO (CHANDE) / 10. ASEREJE (POP LATINO) / 11. LA CITA (SALSA) (A/C: ALEJANDRO JAÉN) ALEJANDRO ARCILA 04:49
Alfredo Mirande, a sociology professor, Stanford Law graduate, and part-time pro bono attorney, represents clients who are rascuache--a Spanish word for 'poor' or even 'wretched'--and on the margins of society. For Mirande, however, rascuache means to be 'down but not out,' an underdog who is still holding its ground. Rascuache Lawyer offers a unique perspective on providing legal services to poor, usually minority, folks who are often just one short step from jail. Not only a passionate argument for rascuache lawyering, it is also a thoughtful, practical attempt to apply and test critical race theory--particularly Latino critical race theory--in day-to-day legal practice. Every chapter presents an actual case from Mirande's experience (only the names and places have been changed). His clients have been charged with everything from carrying a concealed weapon, indecent exposure, and trespassing to attempted murder, domestic violence, and child abuse. Among them are recent Mexican immigrants, drug addicts, gang members, and the homeless. All of them are destitute, and many are victims of racial profiling. Some 'pay' Mirande with bartered services such as painting, home repairs, or mechanical work on his car. And Mirande doesn't always win their cases. But, as he recounts, he certainly works tirelessly to pursue all legal remedies. Each case is presented as a letter to a fascinating (fictional) 'Super Chicana' named Fermina Gabriel, who we are told is an accomplished lawyer, author, and singer. This narrative device allows the author to present his cases as if he were recounting them to a friend, drawing in the reader as a friend as well. Bookending the individual cases, Mirande's introductions and conclusions offer a compelling vision of progressive legal practice grounded in rascuache lawyering.