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A world in turmoil

Continued from Yuan

All that happy international peace and prosperity bugled from the New York World’s Fair was a sham. Hidden behind the curtain of global camaraderie, Hitler and his merry pranksters were fully committed to world dominance. 417 more words

My Life With An Enigma

A new romance

Continued from Following the breadcrumbs:

Still smarting from Heinrich’s infidelity, Yry strengthened her mask of unapproachability.  Yet, she kept crossing the path of a young accountant called Yuan Chang. 432 more words

My Life With An Enigma


April 30th in history:

The treaty authorizing the Louisiana Purchase was approved on April 30th, 1803. Exactly nine years later, on this date in 1812, Louisiana became the 18th state in the union. 92 more words

Today In History

The problem with being fascinated...

…is that you buy stuff. Now that I finally read that book on Freedomland–the “Disneyland of the East” that lasted for just five seasons on the site in the Bronx where Co-op City stands now–I wanted a piece of it. 82 more words

Deep Thoughts & Fun Stuff

Today in Food History

Also, on this day in 1910 Joy Adamson was born. Naturalist and author of ‘Born Free’ about Elsa, a lion cub. She had also researched culinary and medicinal uses of various plants in Kenya. 71 more words

Today In Food History

Can having a Baby Later in Life Equal Mom Longevity?

Did you hear that actress Betty White turned 95 years old today?

Happy Birthday!

From info that I gathered on the Internet, she doesn’t have any biological children. 318 more words

Sweet Home

This Week in Food History - 01/16/2017

This marks the beginning of our newest Blog segment. We thought a bit of a nibble on food history bites might be a good way to nourish our minds at the beginning of the week. 404 more words

Food Facts & Lore