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Easy Homemade Wonton Soup

This äuthentic homemäde wonton soup recipe is eäsy änd fun to mäke! Eäch heärty bowl is päcked with plump pork dumplings, fresh vegetäbles, änd jumbo shrimp.

If you äre looking for the ULTIMäTE äsiän comfort food, this wonton soup recipe is where it’s ät!


1 pound ground pork2 teäspoons ginger, freshly gräted or finely minced2 teäspoons sugär2 teäspoons soy säuce2 teäspoons sesäme oil1/3 cup green onions, thinly sliced1 teäspoon kosher sält1/4 teäspoon bläck pepper, freshly ground32 smäll shrimp, cooked or räw, peeled (Optionäl)32 wonton wräppers, squäre, Näsoyä
2 teäspoons sesäme oil2 cloves gärlic, minced1 teäspoon ginger, freshly gräted or finely minced7 cups chicken broth4 ounces brown mushrooms, sliced, äbout 1 ½ cups1 cärrot, thinly sliced on ä diägonäl3 leäves bäby bok choy, sepäräted1 pound lärge shrimp, peeled änd deveined1/3 cup green onions, thinly sliced


In ä medium-sized bowl combine pork, 2 teäspoons ginger, sugär, soy säuce, sesäm…


In this smartphone era, nowadays mobile games become more and more interested, because how strong smartphone specifications mobile games are getting better and unique both from graphic and gameplay. why people choose smartphone over any other gaming console? Because as we know from financial factor smartphone cost less than if we buying PC or Console, beside that games in smartphone is free to play, who don't like free stuff?. Here our choice for best smartphone games that can you consider playing.

    • Developer: Tencent Games
    • Genre(s): Action, Shooter, Third-person, Multiplayer
    • Platform: Android, IOS

           You like Playerunknown Battleground on PC or PS4 but you can’t afford it? This game maybe what you looking for, had same gameplay with the PC version, PLAYERUNKNOWN BATTLEGROUND mobile had best battle royale experience on smartphone, had high quality graphic even for mobile phone, maybe the cons is Controls are inevitably a little awkward until you get used to them and there is just one map, but this is a tense shooter that will suck you right in.


2.      Arena Of Valor 
  • Developer: Tencent Games
  • Genre(s): Multiplayer Battle Arena
  • Platform: Android, IOS

           Arena of Valor (formerly Strike of Kings) is an international adaptation of Wangzhe Rongyao for markets outside mainland China. In 2015, Tencent approached Riot Games and asked them to turn their popular game League of Legends into a mobile title. However, Riot declined and claimed that League of Legends gameplay could not be replicated on smartphones. Tencent then proceeded to create their own mobile game, Wangzhe Rongyao, roughly translated to English as Honor of Kings. Arena of Valor is developed by Timi Studio Group and published by Tencent Games with the same engine and design as Wangzhe Rongyao, but the in-game characters have been swapped from characters inspired by Chinese folklore and mythology, to characters inspired by European folklore and taken from the DC Universe. The soundtrack for the international version of the game is composed by American music artist Matthew Carl Earl, proving a different atmosphere compared to the original score with Chinese music instruments (wikipedia).


3.       Donut Country

  • Developer: Ben Esposito
  • Genre(s): Single-player, Casual
  • Platform: IOS 


          Donut County is an indie video game developed by American indie designer Ben Esposito and published by Annapurna Interactive. In the game, the player moves a hole to swallow objects, which makes the hole increase in size. The concept originated in a game jam that used video game pitches from a Twitter account parody of game designer Peter Molyneux. It later expanded to be the inverse of Katamari Damacy. Other inspirations for the game included Hopi figurines—a theme Esposito later relinquished—and locations from Bruce Springsteen songs. Donut County was released in August 2018 for iOS, macOS, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows platforms while versions for Xbox One and Nintendo Switch were released in December 2018 (wikipedia).


3. Pokemon GO

  • Developer(s): Niantic, The Pokemon Company
  • Genre(s): Augmented Reality (AR), Location Based-game
  • Platform: Android, IOS

          In 2016 this game are booming all over the world, cause mass phenome like this game are take over almost everyone played not only because this is official Pokemon’s game but also the Augmented reality concept that we must walking outside in real life to play they joy of catch all pokemon and become best trainer is the goal of this game. So We really recommend this game, at least try it so you know the feeling of playing this game. 

5.       Fate Grand Order

  • Developer: Delightworks
  • Genre(s): Turn Based, Role Playing, Action
  • Platform: Android, IOS

There only one word to explain what Fate G/O, GATCHA, GATCHA,  GATHCA, GATCHA, GATCHA, GATCHA (nah im kidding). 

            Fate/Grand Order is an online free-to-play role-playing mobile game, based on the Fate/stay night visual novel and franchise by Type-Moon, developed by Delightworks using Unity, and published by Aniplex, a subsidiary Sony Music Entertainment Japan. The game is centered around turn-based combat where the player, who takes on the role of a Master, summons and commands powerful familiars known as "Servants" to battle their enemies. The story narrative is presented in a visual novel format, and each Servant has their own personal scenario which the player can explore. It was first released in Japan on July 29, 2015 on Android with a subsequent release on August 12, 2015 on iOS. An English version was released on June 25, 2017 in the United States and Canada. A Korean version was released on November 21, 2017. Fate/Grand Order grossed $982 million in 2017, making it the year's sixth highest-grossing mobile game(wikipedia). So give a try but if you addicted get ready to lose a lots of your money.


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