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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Hand Soap is generally recognized as a liquid form of soap that is dispensed via a pump – usually near a bathroom or kitchen sink. The pump makes soap dispensing easy, and sanitary, with little mess. Unless you have children… … Continue reading
Meat broth, or stock, is a basic staple of any good kitchen. (See here for an explanation of the difference between broth and stock – basically broth is seasoned, stock is not). It can be used as a base or flavor component for a … Continue reading
Most any faucet or water spigot tends to build up limescale over time, especially where there is “hard water”. Over time this buildup can lead to blockage which impedes the flow of water. Shower heads are no exception, and may … Continue reading
Ginger is a sub-tropical plant that grows bulbous rhizomes as part of its root system. These ginger root bulbs are harvested and commonly used as a spice, or in traditional medicines. Many cultures use various preparations of ginger to help fight … Continue reading
5 out of 5 leaves Marshmallows are confectionery treats that trace their roots back to ancient Egypt. The Egyptians, and other Africans used the root of the marshmallow plant as a sore throat remedy, and to treat other maladies. Today’s modern marshmallows no … Continue reading