People know her as Hasselela, but she’s more commonly known online as “Hasseltian.” This is due to her love for all things hasselback – or as some call it, “hasselstyle.”
The term was coined in early 2017 when she released an article titled “8 Ways To Make Your Style Look More Hassel-Style.” Since then, it’s become one of her most popular styles!
Many people have made their own versions of this style and even paid to use it on social media or advertising sites. It’s definitely been worth branding and promoting!
It’s so interesting to see how her style has spread and grown. She didn’t plan for it, but she’s really enjoyed it so far.
In India, there are several types of hasselas (or bhajiya as they are called in Hindi). The most well-known variety is the one that is spread out and toasted like bread and then dipped into an ingredient mixture or served alone. This type of hathway requires no recipe!
Most people know what hassula taste like when it’s eaten plain, but few know how to prepare it properly. When it comes time to cook your hassula, you have two main options: broil or toast it.
Broiling works because hassula gets denser as it dries, so cooking it until it is soft and fluffy can be done under the broiler. Toasting it also works since dry heat roasts food more effectively than boiling it.
If you would rather not use the broiler, you can always bake your hassulla instead. Just remember that baking will take longer for the same amount of meat, so either turn the oven up or cut down the time you leave it in the sun.
India has many regional cuisines, but none match that of one city – Hyderabad! The cuisine in this city is so rich you can tell how much love goes into making it. Known as Telugu food or Andhra food, it includes dishes such as biryani (rice with meat and vegetables) and gothorai (vegetable dish).
A few ingredients that make up most parts of Telugu food are urad dal (lentil), coconut, spices like cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and pepper, along with other seasonings such as tomatoes and green chilies.
The combination of these components makes for some delicious recipes! If you’re ever in Hyderabad, try sampling some of their famous foods to see what we mean.
In South Asia, hasselbaláh or isha nguruvian (Punjabi) or hathoor salba (Hindi) is a way to make famous/popular an ingredient or recipe. You mix in enough of this powder to taste and then cook with it!
Hasseblas are great additions to recipes that need some flavor boost. They are typically mixed into rice or vegetables at the end of cooking time. The rice or vegetable pairs well with the hassballah so you can hardly tell what it was cooked with!
This article will teach you how to dohasthula bhakti – add love by adding hassballahs to your collection! We will also review two popular types of hassballahs and where to find them for ease of use.
In addition to using her meatball skills for entertainment, Hasselaa has made it into merchandise! Her fans have made her famous by taking pictures of themselves with one of her meatballs and then sharing them online or tagging Hasselaaa in the picture to make it look even more authentic. These pictures are referred to as ‘Hasbullas’ because they contain the word bull (the last name) and ha-S (first name) which is how she spells her name.
She also does sponsored giveaways through social media sites where she gives away free Hasbullas or other products. People who join these contests gain access to HASDBULLA merchandising down the line! It is totally legitimate way to market herself and get some extra money from this.
Her most popular item is probably her refrigerator magnet that says “Keep eating my balls, I’m hungry for your dreams”. She also offers T-shirts, bags, and cookbooks with similar messages. All of these are designed and printed in house so everything is officially authorized.
While many people associate hasbara with Israel, it is actually much more than just that! The term was coined in 1928 by Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook (1863–1922), who served as the chief rabbi of Jerusalem from 1902 to 1922. He used the word “hasbara” — Hebrew for “explanation” or “defense” — to describe his efforts to defend Jewish national identity in the face of Arab nationalism.
Kook believed that Jews needed to have their own culture so they would not feel like outsiders in the wider world. He wanted this cultural foundation in both language and literature, and he actively promoted the study of Hebrew beyond its religious use.
Many Israelis now understand the value of Hebrew as an everyday second language. But at the time, few did outside of Zionists, and even they mostly spoke German or English. For Kook, investing in the growth of the local Jewish population was part of his mission as a leader.
Since then, hasbara has come to mean any effort to promote Judaism and the State of Israel. It can include telling stories about the history and traditions of the country, explaining why Jewish beliefs and practices are important, and supporting Israeli policies.
But most importantly, hasbarists try to debunk antisemitic theories and stereotypes about Jews. This includes promoting actual, living Jewish examples over discredited ones.
People all over the world recognize hasbara as the language of the Israeli government, but you probably didn’t know what most of that meant. Let us clear up the confusion!
The word “hasbara” comes from two Hebrew words – hashgoleut (explanation) and vavoseir (speech). When used together, they mean “to explain something to someone so that it makes sense to them.”
But here’s where things get tricky…
In Israel, the word hasbara is usually attached to the term amur lehitra (local population), or AML for short. AAML simply means “the local populace” – no one else matters!
This isn’t an accident- it’s deliberate. The goal of hasbara is never to convince people who aren’t already sympathetic towards Zionism. It’s designed to defend against opposition by making sure everyone understands why Zionist policies are good.
By explaining how great Israelisia are, you win the argument! This way, even if your audience doesn’t agree with you at first, they will eventually come around because you have successfully refuted their assumptions.
And since Zionists believe in using logic to prove our case, this is a very effective tactic. You see this strategy being deployed almost every time there is a controversy about race, religion, or politics.
In The Martian, astronaut Mark Smith (played by Matt Damon) finds himself stranded on Mars with no supplies. He must survive there for the next few months while he comes up with a way to get back home.
In this dramatic scene, you can see that Smith has gathered enough food and water to last him until his rescue. But what about inspiration? He’s got nothing but red dirt around here!
It looks like someone left this short note behind. It seems important so he makes a mental note of it. You can tell he is thinking hard about how to use the information from the note to help him create an atmosphere miner or meteorologist could use at their workstation.
This note was written on paper and then rolled up into a tube. This is called roll-up writing and it was common during ancient times. Because it rolls up easily, we know people were able to transport and preserve it well. We also know people wrote down things they wanted to refer to later.
We don’t actually know who authored this note, but it is fun to speculate. One possible author includes Alexander the Great because he left lots of notes as historians describe them.
The thin, crispy crust that has become popularized as “New York style” pizza was first created by Domino's founder Gene Boswell. He coined this name for the pizza style while he was attending Syracuse University in the 1980s.
Boswell left his job at IBM to pursue his dreams of opening his own restaurant with his childhood friend Ed Rochford. They partnered up with entrepreneur Robert Hitz who had constructed a successful catering business and gave them an empty storefront next door to his office space.
The three men opened their new eatery under the name Bob's Big Boy (later shortened to just Bob's). They took over the other side of the building and expanded it to include more seating and better acoustics so they could host large gatherings.
They also experimented with different toppings and cheese blends to see what would sell well and which recipes were liked the most. This is when Boswell came across thin-crust Italian pizzas with all sorts of cheeses and meat.
He decided to combine these ingredients into one pizza and create something new that people would be willing to order! Thus, New York style pizza was born.
Since then, many companies have copied this style of pizza and made it their own. Some add additional touches or flavor components to make theirs unique, but none quite match the perfection that Domino's brings to the table.