OK, food lovers, here’s a quick quiz for you: What’s fast, easy, healthy and inexpensive? Plus, you can buy it hot and use every part of it — right down to the container?
Christopher Columbus’ sailing adventures helped to put more spice into the lives of Europeans. Along the way, he found spices like cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. But black pepper was the really hot commodity. At one time, you could use black pepper to pay your rent, your taxes, purchase land, pay a ransom, or even provide for a dowry. Pepper was more valuable than gold and silver, and was considered a legitimate form of money. A man’s worth could be gauged by how much pepper he had in his household.
In virtually every country around the globe, outside of the United States, football — or soccer, as we more commonly know it — is the dominant sport.
Imagine going to a gym that provided equipment only to exercise the left side of your body. What would happen to your right side? As the muscles on your left grew stronger, the right side of your body would weaken day by day from lack of use.
Bipartisan leadership is key
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As your candidate for state representative, I have had the opportunity to listen to the concerns of many of my neighbors in Northeast Philadelphia. Through my own experiences and listening to others, it is apparent that heroin has become a serious issue in our communities. I want to share with you my plan to combat this heroin epidemic.
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In terms of prison uniforms, Netflix may lead you to believe that orange is the new black. But in terms of prison exchange, orange-wrapped noodles are the new green. According to a recent year-long study conducted at a state prison, the most valuable commodity in prison today is Ramen noodles, replacing cigarettes and tobacco as currency.