In some countries such as Argentina, Chile and Uruguay, some of the Lay's flavored products are sold with the "Lay's Mediterraneas" label, and include such flavors as Ham, Olive Oil and Parmesan Cheese, Olive Oil and Tomato, Olive Oil and Basil, Greek Tzatziki Cheese with onions, Lasagna, Beef Carpaccio with Parmeggiano, and Smoked Manchego Cheese. In Chile there are Lemon and Cilantro, and Sour Cream and Onions versions. Peru has Lay's Sabores Peruanos" (Lay's Peruvian Flavors), with flavors like Andean cheese. Peru also has the Lay's Dips brand, which includes a Peruvian Criollo Chili sauce sachet.
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Saif Ali Khan’s next production ‘Agent Vinod’ is slated for 23rd March release and the first look of the film is released. The poster looks very stylish with Saif showing his back and holding a gun in his hand. In the film, he plays a spy. Kareena is playing his ladylove and she will be seen doing lots of stunts.
Saif is producing the film under his banner Illuminati Films. The first trailer of the movie will be released with Hrithik Roshan starrer ‘Agneepath’ which is slated for January 26 release. The film has been directed by Sriram Raghavan.
According to Raghavan, the film is "the story of a spy [...] It is a realistic film and not a spoof or comic James Bond. It is full of action pieces, thrills, and characters." The music of the film has been scored by Pritam. Saif Ali Khan will be seen as Agent Vinod and Kareena Kapoor as Iram.
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Photograph by Alastair McLean, My Shot
While in Tokyo I attended the sumo wrestling world championship. It was amazing, the moment the sumo wrestlers threw the ceremonial salt into the air. The power, grace, and agility of these massive men was mesmerizing.
Photograph by Dina Franchi, My Shot
Traveling in Japan we set off for Kyoto and visited the Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion).
Photograph by Evan Williams, My Shot
I shot this photograph on the way to the Silver Temple in the Sakyo ward of Kyoto, Japan. Beautiful culture, beautiful country, and beautiful people.
Through Japan's modernizing efforts, large department stores and traffic-packed roadways have eclipsed the nation's traditional image and ideal. Here, narrow back alleys of downtown Kyoto are still very active, providing the area's finest in traditional cuisine. This local "salaryman" selects an evening meal and contributes to the preservation of Kyoto culture.