"Trust is harder than friendship."
What Are the Best Things You Did This Summer?
Are bigger or small schools better?
Joke of the Day
She had a photographic memory but never developed it
There's a town in Poland where everything is decorated with paintings of flowers.
Because the name sounded too German, Americans used to call hamburgers “Liberty Steaks” during World War II. So the whole French Fries/Freedom Fries fiasco was really just a sequel.
A frog that dies during a frog-jumping contest cannot be eaten and must be "destroyed" as soon as possible.
Cow’s milk; semi-soft
Region of origin: Avesnes
Boulette d’Avesnes is a hand-molded and distinctly flavored conical-shaped cheese produced in Avesnes in the north of France. Its pungent aroma and taste are a result of its flavoring of parsely, tarragon, crushed peppercorns and cloves.
Boulette d’Avesnes was originally produced from buttermilk (the milk remaining after the manufacture of butter) but today is made using Maroilles paste. Most boulettes (cones) are sold fresh and are supposed to be eaten within 30 days. However, they can age quite well in ripening cellars where the rind is reddened either by adding annatto (a natural food coloring) or paprika.
Stinky and deliciously creamy and fresh, this cheese is best consumed with a good beer or traditional gin.
The bees were bred specifically for this movie. They needed to make sure that the bees were only twelve hours old, so that they looked like mature bees, but their stinger wouldn't be powerful enough to do any real damage.
"No wire hangers, ever!"
Mommie Dearest, 1981