Tupelo Honey: The Champagne of Honey Tupelo Honey is considered the "champagne" of honey and is one of the most sought after varieties of honey in the world. Due to its superior taste, the demand for this honey far outpaces its limited supply. Tupelo honey has a unique sophisticated taste with buttery undertones, floral notes, and a hint of vanilla. Some people describe it as being more mellow tasting than most honey and almost everyone agrees that it is not as sweet as most other honey. Just like the quality of wine depends in large part on the grapes used, the quality of honey depends in large part on the source of nectar the bees use to create it.
Choosing Cost-Effective Catering For Events Food is one of the biggest expenses of any event. Whether it's a wedding reception, a big party, a casual get-together or a corporate affair, food always has one of the biggest parts of the budget. Which is a good thing.
Almonds: A Healthy Punch to the Daily Diet Almond is a stone fruit and has extensive health benefits. Almonds are available throughout the year and are popular worldwide. They are a nutritious snack option that one can add to the daily diet. They contain plenty of minerals and are healthiest of tree nuts.
Dine And Wine Easy In A Lingerie Restaurant Eating out should be enjoyable and the bar or restaurant you choose plays a major role with the kind of experience you get. Apart from a tasty menu, the restaurant or bar should also offer you fine wines to go with your food selection. Lingerie restaurants are some of the best you can choose to enjoy a relaxing interesting evening in. These are restaurants that have waitresses in lingerie at your service. A lingerie restaurant can be an amazing choice for a bachelor party. You and your boys can have a time of your life when you choose the perfect spot for the party.
The Vegetable War in the Parsonage Lately, a little bit of tension has developed between the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and myself. It has been a long time coming and I am afraid it has arrived. After decades of being married, and I am not quite sure which decades, it has all come down to this one thing.
The Real Problem With Fast Food New research from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health suggests that indulging in just one fast food meal per week increases the risk of dying from coronary heart disease by 20 percent compared to those who abstain from it.Does who take it four or more times a week has 80 percent increase compared to those who don't yield to the temptation. The statistics come from Chinese residents of Singapore, which the Minnesota team described as "a hotbed for diabetes and heart disease.