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Tea Notions & Potions: The Superstition of Tea

30th September 2010
When tea arrives in the Western world in the 17th century it came with a healthy bundle of superstitions. In part this may tie to all the mystical qualities ascribed to various herbs. Smart merchants always had a good story to help sell their goods. The m... Read >
Author: Steve Churchill

Home made gag gifts

25th May 2010
Gag gifts are the best way to show your appreciation for someone, without spending very little or no money. Although you can easily buy gag gifts from the Internet or a nearby store, it is much more fun to make them yourself. They are easy to make, quick,... Read >
Author: IvanBabbinski

Christmas Song Parodies

10th December 2009
Christmas Song Parodies We all remember adding our own humorous lyrics to hymns at school, amusing ourselves with such songs as Lord of the Dancing Settee to Come By Car My Lord, Come by Car. Then of course there were the inevitable Christmas Carols th... Read >
Author: sarah hague

English Tea Cup Etiquette

18th November 2009
I am sure that everyone is familiar with a tea cup. And probably many of you have tried to use an English tea cup without knowing that it is an English tea cup. However, the use of an English tea cup especially in an English tea party or any gathering whi... Read >
Author: Garland Drake

Dos and Don't: Chinese Culture

06th November 2009
Chinese people may be changing fast, however they are still highly traditional and very particular about their cultural values. Paying respect to their local customs will make your stay pleasant. Here are a few tips to assist you in avoiding any cultural ... Read >
Author: ashu kaushik

Three Things That You Should Know About Soups.

25th January 2006
Broadly speaking, soups are of three kinds - clear soups, thick soups, and purées. A clear soup is made by boiling fruit or vegetables (celery, for example) until all the nourishment is extracted, and then straining off the clear liquid. A little sago... Read >
Author: Jonathan Teng
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