The shop was pretty ordinary, situated on Exhibition Street opposite the Comedy Theatre. If you blinked, you’d miss it. They sold crab claws, the best in Melbourne so the sign in the window outside stated. Mrs Cray stood facing the red and gold oriental door and wondered if she should try them, rain pelting her, clothes soaked to the skin. It was an hour before her lift to Barbara’s house, her complaining sister-in-law. Well, thought Mrs Cray, I suppose John’s death five days ago has finally given you something to really bloody complain about. Cruel thoughts about Barbara given the circumstances…but true none the less, Mrs Cray believed.
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Imagine this. You're an American kid in the mid-2000's, halfway through your second grade year. You were looking forward to a weekend of scooter-ing around your local cul-de-sac but tragically, a cold has left you bedridden and woebegone. You stare out your bedroom window, longing to join your neighbors outside. But alas! You have a headache, a slight fever and a sore throat. You may as well be dead.
There are many different ways to make a cup of tea. What on the surface looks like a simple set of instructions has spawned a plethora of different styles and preferences. You can have whole milk, skimmed milk, oat milk, no milk, 1 sugar, 2 sugars, 100 sugars, or none, and so much more. Indeed many people have many differing tastes when it comes to preparing tea, but there is one particular method, unlike the others, that is universally frowned upon. It is considered taboo, a strict no-no. This method would only be found in the forbidden section of the Hogwarts library.
Let’s get one thing straight: I don’t like coffee.
Fruits are a vital part of our balanced diet. It is something we have almost every day of our lives. It comes in various shapes and forms. It also comes with various tastes and vital nutrition. Fruits are classified seed-bearing edible substance from a plant. Over the years, fruits are known to play a very important role in the growth of the human system. It is even claimed that it helps boost the immune system as well as promote healthy well-being. Even with all these fantastic claims about fruits, there are still some mind blowing questions that I personally have regarding fruits in general.
Many people for many centuries have enjoyed the sweet "treat" that English speakers refer to as "cake". I un-popularly believe that this dessert is in fact rubbish. Now when I say cake, I do refer to cake as in the general term for all sweet pastries and deserts, nor do I refer the relatively modern definition of cake (having junk in thine trunk). The cake I have in mind is specifically the common, bland, dry, disc of flavourless airy nothing that people atop with candles to celebrate birthdays. They come in many varieties, some of which are more bearable than others, but all generally sharing the fact that they are inferior to almost any other choice of sweet.
YOU SIP THE TEA OR THE MILO AND BITE A CRUNCHY BIKKIE. Done. You repeat. End of story.
Cutting down on plastic, leaving the car at home, minimising air miles - all valuable and essential ways to help the Earth.
Cucumbers are not the only foods that can be made into pickles. In fact, there is a long list of foods that can be pickled. They include onions, beets, watermelon rinds, and even boiled eggs. However, this article is only about pickles made from cucumbers.
Soy has been a point of concern for many people, especially those transitioning to a vegan/plant-based diet. Men seem to be worried about feminising effects such as "man boobs", and women's concerns mostly lay in the danger of excess estrogen within the body.
Some people prefer white eggs. They wouldn't purchase brown eggs if there were no white eggs available at their grocery store. They think brown eggs are much different from what the white ones they are accustomed to eating.