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Culantro – The Perennial Answer to Fresh Cilantro

Cilantro is not coriander. It has long leaves with sharp tips and jagged edges. When it comes to flavor, coriander is like cilantro, multiplied by ten. In warmer climates, above Zone 7, the royal coriander plant can be reseeded and grown commercially, harvesting the leaves as they appear. In...

Travel to a place where meat never spoils

In my many trips to Northern Kenya, I have come across numerous coping strategies that locals have devised to come to terms with and tame harsh Northern Kenya. But I guess the most fascinating thing I’ve witnessed so far is their food preservation techniques. Here, technologies such as cold...

Spanish Colonial Eclectic Design

An old colonial house with refined taste and a touch of laid-back vintage charm. The combination of old rustic patinated doors and clean, fresh lines, a blend of vintage and modern, results in an exceptionally curated home that is stunningly eclectic and beautiful. Renovating an old Spanish house from...

Save money using granite scraps

Natural stones extracted from mines and quarries, such as granite, have been a common building material today. The beauty and hardness of these stones make them an ideal material for the rehabilitation and construction of homes. However, granite can be quite expensive, with prices as high as $70 per...

Granite Scraps – Get Free Granite

Love the look and durability of granite, but think you can’t afford it? You’re lucky! Fortunately, measuring and cutting granite countertops to install in kitchens and bathrooms is not an exact science. In all the installation works there are leftover pieces of granite. Many of these granite pieces are...

There is a Mars in my Kitchen

When the great emperor nala lost his kingdom and wandering in the woods with his wife damayantiDue to the cruel arrangement of the planets in their horoscope, both the King and Queen had to beg and pray for food and clothing. Even the High King had to share half...

An introduction to refrigerators

From keeping our vegetables fresh to storing our favorite ice creams and juices, refrigerators have become essential to modern life. The first refrigerators, so to speak, were built as ice houses. These buildings consisted of man-made underground chambers, which were built near natural sources of winter ice, such as...

3 simple rules for framing artwork, prints and posters

I have been designing framed and matted art for almost 10 years and I have some great tips for you! First of all, don’t feel bad if you think you don’t have an “eye” for design. The art of framing and shading is definitely a learned skill, combined with...