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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Staying in one of the finest hotel is an amazing experienced. I only been to Hilton Branson Convention Center in Missouri one time. It was when my husband business meeting a year ago. I decided to tag along to keep him company after a business meeting. I must say staying at Hilton Branson Convention Center keep my boredom goes away because of the amazing, dazzling dancing water shows that you see at night. I found so many things to do while my husband is away for a meeting. There were so many things to explore and enjoy like the outdoor veranda, where you can relax and drink your favorite beverage, and the Trofi Lounge where you can as well relax and have a peace of mind after the long day meeting, the fitness center which is open 24 hours which located adjacent to the indoor pool and much more.

Hilton Branson Convention Center is perfect for any occasion and events. Do you want to witness the Ironman 70.3? On September 19, 2010 Ironman 70.3 Branson” will serve as one of the 34 worldwide qualifying events for the 2010 Foster Grant Ironman World Championship 70.3 in Clearwater, Florida. If you want to be a part of this event, make sure to book your space at Hilton Branson Convention Center. You will not only be a part the event, you will also pamper your self with the amazing service that the Hilton Branson has to offer. If you want to enjoy the rest of the summer, check out the special and package at Hilton Branson . Enjoy the last days of summer with savings of up to 20% off our Best Available Rate when you book your getaway in advance. Discover how easy it is to go on one last summer break with Hilton Hotels. Visit www1.hilton.com now and book your room and enjoy the amazing Hilton Branson hotel.

The Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel offers guests access to shops, boutiques, restaurants, a river walk and other attractions. It is within easy driving distance of Branson’s championship golfs courses, lakes, museums and 49 live entertainment theaters. With so much to offer, this exciting vacation community is perfect for everyone!


Have you ever had a craving for those delicious tortilla shells you only normally have in restaurants? Below is an easy and quick way to make flour tortillas from scratch!

* 4 cups all purpose flour
* 1/8 tsp baking powder
* 1/2 cup vegetable shortening
* 1 1/2 tsp sea salt
* 1 cup warm water

Mix the flour and baking powder in a bowl.
Add the vegetable shortening and mix it in with your hands until you get a coarse meal consistency. Dissolve the sea salt into the water.
Drizzle the salt water mixture into the flour and mix with your hands into a soft dough. Add more warm water if it's not coming together.
Form the dough into a ball. Put it in a bowl and cover for 20 minutes.
Break the dough ball into twelve smaller balls. Put a little bit of shortening on your hands and roll them into balls.
Flatten each ball out into a tortilla. Put flour on the surface before rolling them out. Get them as thin as possible.
Preheat a pan on medium heat. Cast iron works well for tortillas.
Lay the tortilla on the pan and flip after 15-20 seconds. Bubbling is normal.

You don't need to put any oil on the pan while cooking. Add 1/2 to 1 tsp of sugar per cup of flour to make the dough more pliable and the tortillas more moist. Vegetable shortening is generally made from hydrogenated oils, otherwise known as trans fats. To make a more authentic tortilla, use lard rather than shortening. Use a rolling pin or piece of large diameter wooden dowel (Hard Maple is best) to roll the dough thin.

Don't place your tortilla on a too-hot pan, it will burn the outside before the inside is cooked.Remember to always be careful when using a stove.


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