Everyone who dines out is familiar with the practice of tipping. Whether you are accustomed to just leaving $2.00 on the table, or adding 15% or more to your credit card transaction, like most of us, you will leave some kind of tip.
In this day and age, due to hectic working schedules, a number of us find ourselves rising earlier and getting home later. With this in mind, upholding order on the home front is a necessity. Thankfully, there are wide ranges of exciting and innovative kitchen appliances available, many of which boast to help us manage our complicated schedules.
The recent attempt by New York City to ban the sale of drinks larger than 16 oz. has sparked a national controversy in the U.S., and rightly so.
I have been to some fancy-looking, classy named restaurants and had food that was just barely fit for the garbage disposal, and been in nasty-looking places with names like The Last Chance Diner, and had world-class, outstanding food.
It stands to reason that sooner or later, someone would figure out how to pair one of the worlds greatest spices with the worlds most outstanding snack....popcorn.
People had had a love-affair with popcorn for thousands of years. In fact, there is archaeological evidence that corn was cultivated originally to be popped. Popcorn has been found in the "Bat Cave" in New Mexico that was over 5000 years old, and in sites in Peru, corn that could
The debate on eggs has been going on since the 1960s, at least, and so far, nothing seems to have changed. One week, they're OK, and the next, they're not. So what is the truth? Are eggs good for you, or not?
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