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All About Black Trumpet Mushrooms

07th December 2011
Black trumpet mushrooms have a waxy grey surface and are known as fragile and trumpet-shaped. It is a very rich and buttery mushroom, popular in French cuisine because of their unique flavor and texture.  They have a unique fragrance which some pe... Read >
Author: Ginny

Skin Tag Removal Home Remedy - Factors And Solutions Designed for Skin Tags

18th May 2011
Skin Tag Home Remedy - How?Skin tags are frequent amidst absolutely everyone, and it's stated that at some stage in life most people will encounter a skin tag or two. It is actually described as a thin and tiny stalk, generally known as peduncle. Skin tag... Read >
Author: Ryan Taylor

The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter - Long Range IR Cameras - Weatherproof IR Camera Manufacturer

13th April 2011
Narrative One day, while walking in the bamboo forest, an old, childless bamboo cutter called Taketori no Okina (?, "the Old Man who Harvests Bamboo") came across a mysterious, shining stalk of bamboo. After cutting it open, he found inside it a baby the... Read >
Author: sdevsd

Tattoo Designs - Lotus Flower Tattoos And What They Mean

04th January 2011
The lotus flower is to the East what the rose is to the West. In fact, these are the two most popular flower tattoos.The lotus flow has a story to tell - a flower that grows in mud and emerges pristine and pure, to bloom in perfect beauty, floating sublim... Read >
Author: William Burnell

How Lt. Col. John Henry Patterson Killed the Tsavo Man Eaters

13th July 2010
In March of 1898, the British sent Lt. Col. John Henry Patterson to lead the construction of a railway bridge over the Tsavo River. The project was to be a smooth sail and take not more than six months. This was not to happen as the Tsavo man eaters' wrec... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

The Best Ways to the Perfectly Cooked Asparagus

20th May 2010
Asparagus is known as both a vegetable and a medicinal plant used since the time of ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome. Asparagus is high in folate that may help reduce the risk of heart disease. They also contain inulin that helps in the propagation of good ... Read >
Author: Kenny Leones

Epulis - Mouth/Oral Tumor in Dogs

26th February 2009
Epulis is the most common type of benign or non-cancerous tumor in dog's mouth. A benign tumor is one that does not spread to other parts of the body. However, an epulis can be "locally invasive," which means that it can grow into the tissues surroundin... Read >
Author: hannah

10 Ways to Get Your Ex Boyfriend Back

30th October 2008
To get your ex boyfriend back, you'll need to first understand why he left and how you might have pushed him away. Being too clingy or needy can push someone away just as much as not giving any attention at all. Here I've outline the Top 10 Ways to Get Yo... Read >
Author: Vyliss

The best way to preserve a Chili

08th September 2008
There are several ways of preserving chilies and my favorite has to be drying, but more of that later. The simplest way to preserve a chili is to freeze it. One of the major problems with this is that the chili then loses its eating quality. If you eat... Read >
Author: Ric Wiley

Caring for Your Linen Clothes

18th July 2008
Linen is one of the most comfortable fabrics you can buy. It also requires a little extra care to own, this is due to the fact it is made from the flax plant, which produces long fibers from its stalk. These natural "yarns" are what wick moisture away fro... Read >
Author: Cory Davis

Skin Tag Removal - The Quick & Painless Alternatives

15th July 2008
Skin tag removal is not a complicated process when completed the right way. The following article will brief you on what they are, why people want to remove skin tags and identify different treatment methods to get rid of skin tags. A skin tag is a sma... Read >
Author: Jennifer

Basil for everything

24th June 2005
I planted three kinds of basil today. I love basil it is one of those herbs that just is is truly indispensible in the kitchen. Ocimum basilicum, Sweet Basil, is the most common. Two or three plants will keep you in fresh Basil all summer, and give you pl... Read >
Author: Judi Singleton
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