I've always believed that cooking employs all five senses, yet I'm still blown away that this determined young woman can handle the flames, the chaos, the general danger of cooking in a restaurant kitchen. I'm also touched by Trotter's offer. Watch the video and share your thoughts after the break.
You've probably been here before: you're cleaning out the fridge and you get to that open jar of mayonnaise. You wonder how long it's been there, and when you opened it. Then you realize that even if you could remember when you opened it, you wouldn't know if it was still any good. The labels, if they're even there, are often confusing. So what do you do? Well luckily I've got the tip and the answer to help you out. To find out read more
What was this post going to be about? I completely forgot what I was going to write. If only I drank more caffeine...
According to a new French study, drinking three or more daily cups of coffee or tea may help women preserve their memory. Participants in the study took several tests over the course of four years. The women who stated they drank at least three cups of coffee or tea per day showed less of a drop in test scores during the study, than their non-caffeine drinking counterparts. Although the study was conducted on older women (65+), and is only observational, I can't help but wonder whether if I should start my daily coffee routine back up.