Blog about everything.

Blog.

  • why do we pay high price for electricity

    Why are my gas and electric bills so high? Have you received an energy bill through the post recently that made your eyes water? There are any number of reasons why your energy bills may be very high or higher than you were expecting but here are some likely culprits. One of the main ways you might be able to make a saving on your gas and electricity bills is by switching supplier or at…

  • why is olive oil used for anointing

    The recipe for the oil to be used in anointing a priest and the articles used in the tent of worship is given in Exodus 30:23-25. Take the finest spices: of liquid myrrh 500 shekels, and of sweet-smelling cinnamon half as much, that is, 250, and 250 of aromatic cane, and 500 of cassia, according to the shekel of the sanctuary, and a hin of olive oil. And you shall make of these a sacred…

  • why do we shake hands with our right hand

    There are various customs surrounding handshakes, both generically and specific to certain cultures: The handshake is commonly done upon meeting, greeting, parting, offering, expressing gratitude, or completing an. In sports or other competitive activities, it is also done as a sign of good. Its purpose is to convey trust, respect, balance, and equality. If it is done to form an agreement, the agreement is not official until the hands are parted Unless health issues or…

  • why do they call orpik free candy

    BOSTON Б Brooks Orpik thinks his parents are poisoning themselves. If so, a majority of his NHL brethren are, too. Orpik, as health conscious off the ice as he is physical on it, is among a group of NHL players trying to stay away from gluten-based products even though they are not allergic. БIt makes you feel sluggish,Б Orpik said. БI ask my parents all the time why they are putting that poison into their…

  • why do my toll house cookies turn out flat

    This is what we discovered in the test kitchen after consulting numerous cookbooks and baking experts, and then testing 14 versions–and a few of our own–in an effort to find a thick, chewy cookie. The cookies were tasted and rated by the Good Eating staff and other Tribune employees who couldn\’t resist the incredible aroma coming from the kitchen. Using butter versus shortening makes a big difference. Cookies we made with butter tasted great but…