My mother-in-law used to bake these for me, and I loved them. She passed away, but here is the recipe. Ingredients: 1 cup grated American cheese, 1 cup flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/8 teaspoon cayenne, 1/4 teaspoon paprika, 1 egg, and 2 tablespoons of milk. Mix together the cheese, flour, baking…Read more »
B vitamins are important for energy and nerve health. The most famous of them is Folic Acid that obstetricians recommend to pregnant women to help with the spinal development in fetuses. New scientific evidence has shown that it also helps your brain. Researchers found in a clinical study that folate levels were reduced in people…Read more »
I went for a walk in the park yesterday and noticed the fog creeping in. It looked like something out of a mystery novel.
I saw this fox image on a utility box and thought it was worth sharing.
History in American schools has for years taught that the pilgrims and the Indians sat at a table and enjoyed the feast of turkey as celebrated as Thanksgiving. This is all wrong. The truth is that the pilgrims settled in an area that was abandoned by the Wampanoag Indian tribe because plague had killed many…Read more »
Here in Washington state, we’ve had massive storms of late and flooding. I saw this double rainbow between storms.
Here is my latest painting.
I hadn’t painted in a while, yet I had all these empty canvasses lying around. I decided to try my luck at painting again and found it relaxing. Here are two of them I finished.
My family loves to decorate for Halloween. Look what we’ve done this year.
In 18th century England, people on trial for murder could campaign for a lighter sentence on grounds of lunacy if the crime concurred under a full moon. Interesting fact. In the 1820’s, astronomer, Franz von Paula Gruithuisen claimed entire cities existed on the moon. ??? No one believed him, yet a lunar crater was named…Read more »