The Importance of Beer in American Society

What do baseball, football, buffalo wings, first dates, college and poker all have in common? Beer. Beer plays a huge role in American society and in the day to day lives of many Americans. Americans love their beer. Beer is not just another alcoholic beverage, it is a part of our culture. Who wants to […]

The History of Chai

Chai is generically known as ‘tea’ in most parts of the world and comes from the Hindi word of the same name. In the Western world (particularly the United States), “chai” means “masala chai” – tea brewed with aromatic spices and added with milk and sugar to turn it into something sweet and comforting a […]

The Difference between Lemons and Citron

Citron is a large, fragrant, and very ancient, member of the citrus family believed to be native to Southeast Asia. Unlike lemons and limes, the most usable component of citron is usually the flavedo, or outermost yellow layer of the rind which is highly prized for its fragrance. The inner rind, or white fleshy pith, […]

The facts about green tea benefits

Research can be fiction as we all know. We weren’t their when the studies were made so how can anybody know for sure? Well it has been proven IF you eliminate all sugar from your diet, that is bad sugar, then you will have faster results. Soda and caffeine drinks such as coffee contain what […]

The Eastern European pastry Known as Potica

Potica, also known as Povitica, is traditional Slovenian bread made in both sweet and savory varieties. The history of Potica is fascinating.  The word used comes from a Slovenian word meaning “to wrap in”  It is a traditional Christmas and Easter dish and the first reported mention of it was in the year 1575. This is […]