“The fact is, that to do anything in the world worth doing, we must not stand back shivering and thinking of the cold and danger, but jump in and scramble through as well as we can.” ~ Robert Cushing
A wall oven will transform your kitchen. Find yours today.
For the next time someone tells you to act normal…
A great demo from Weber Grills on how to use a Smoker.
An excellent video detailing one of KitchenAid’s innovations in refrigeration.
An interview with Lisa Hawkes, Goedeker’s Customer Service Manager.
Think you might have hard water? This videos tells you what to look for.
This past weekend, I decided to clean out my refrigerator. Foolish decision, I know. But it has to be done every once in a while.
As I was digging through the debris and refuse, I made a fascinating discovery. Tucked down between the humidity-controlled crisper and the back wall was a piece of paper.
I carefully removed it and was completely blown away.
It was no ordinary piece of paper. It was an ancient text.
Needless to say, I was excited. I’ve always been on the lookout for ancient texts, but I’ve never found one in my refrigerator before!
New research released at the Associated Professional Sleep Societies annual sleep meeting in Boston has revealed an array of causes for troubled sleep and/or insufficient sleep among children and adults.
One study, from Ryerson University, monitored the reactions of a test group to sudden visual and sound stimulus (sudden bright light or loud noise) in both normal light and nighttime darkness. Responses were measured by movements in eye muscles. They found that some in the group gradually adapted to the sudden noise in the dark, but others exhibited the opposite reaction. This second set came to anticipate the sounds and remain tense instead of adjusting to the sounds. When interviewed, almost twice as many poor sleepers admitted to a fear of the dark than the good sleepers.