You may know that oceans are affected by tides. But HOW are tides measured? You would be tempted to just measure the tidal change within calm inlets and extrapolate the information to other areas. Unfortunately, the tide doesn’t affect beaches the same way at all.
Author Archive | Katie Munoz
This is a wonderful way to enjoy asparagus! Bon Appetit!
Mama mia! That’s a tasty recipe! Not to mention fact, easy, healthy and gluten-free!
New research indicates that it is possible that the legends of fire-breathing dragons were inspired by humans truthfully reporting on actual experiences.
How could this be?
Holiday Banana Bread is a sweet pretty treat for your family during the holidays. Chocolate chips, cherries and pecans give this bread a festive appearance and make it a sweet alternative to fruit cake.
You’ve seen those little black specks in the typical grocery store banana. I was taught that those are the seeds. Actually those are the immature seeds. Most of the bananas that Americans can buy in the grocery never develop fully functional seeds. Which leads to a question.
Did you know that scientists have been keeping watch on a cyclone that has been continuously blowing since 1878? Recent data indicates wind speeds of 250 miles per hour. And the size of this storm is enormous! Can you imagine?!!!
My mother’s mother raised 5 children in a rural part of Washington State through the Great Depression. She could barely read or write, but she did know how to cook.
Not everyone likes to eat squash, but this recipe is sure to delight even the choosiest of pallets! It’s wonderful to enjoy on a cool autumn night.
There are some great summer holidays — like National Friendship Day on July 30, and August 6 has the distinction of being both National Root Beer Float Day and National Fresh Breath Day. Did you know there’s a holiday in honor of zucchini?