Sigh. Sucks to be you if you don’t have a box of yellow cake mix. Or a can of puree pumpkin. US-centric, anyone?
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Check out these sweet treats for your Halloween party.
It’s rather bizarre to think about it, but breakfasts differ wildly around the world. So, what’s eaten in Japan would make people in Norway turn their noses up, and vice versa.
I guess it’s not all that surprising, but the range in tastes and textures people think make the perfect start to the day vary so massively, it’s quite difficult to get your head around it.
I swear to drunk I’m not god. Happy St Patty’s Day!
It’s often worth remembering that which part of the world you are born in is all down to luck. Nothing more, nothing less.
Which means it’s indicative that you explore other cultures and get to know their unique customes and habits. And you’re never too young to start.
It’s rather hot in Australia right now. How hot? Hot enough to fry eggs outside using nothing but the heat from the sun.
Which is, if you hadn’t already guessed by now, rather hot.
Hello, Christmas. Hello, diabetes.
Forget that faddy diet you’re currently following in the hopes of losing a few pounds in weight. The best thing you can do for your health is adopt healthier eating habits for the longterm.
Eating a Mediterranean diet is one way of achieving this, as it includes many elements thought to protect us from disease and extend our lives considerably.
I don’t yet have any kids. I may do one day, but for now I’m left imagining what it’s like the bring children up, which I’m sure has its upsides and downsides.
Perhaps cooking with kids and for kids is a joy for some people. But this guy shows us the other side of the story, the one in which cooking with and for kids is really no fun at all.
“WHIP IT REAL GOOD, you crazy kids.” – YT