4 Exotic Drinks with Flowers to Make You happy!

Exotic Virgin (non-alcoholic) Drinks and the Benefits of Flowers in your Mood: Nature is wonderful. It amazes me all the time with its beauty and power of living. Being around nature and using the benefits of its products in practically everything I do, brings joy to my life. I use flowers in my drinks, my…

This is Where Cinnamon Comes From Beautiful Trees and 1 Recipe

CINNAMON TREE     Cinnamon Cinnamomum zeylanicum, evergreen tree of the laurel family (Lauraceae) native to(Ceylon), Malabar Coast and Myanmar (Burma), also cultivated in South America and the West Indies for the spice consisting of its dried inner bark.   It was once more valuable than gold. In Egypt it was sought for embalming and witchcraft. In medieval Europe it…

My Favorite Place to Travel in November 2018

November is a wonderful month to travel. Since cooling temperatures are arriving in the northern hemisphere and they will stay here for several months, traveling to a country where I am going to find warmth and colorful ambiance is my priority. The southern hemisphere is in spring now, but there are other cities in the…

Munich Oktoberfest 2018 Food and Beer

This speciality is served in all the big festival tents. There is actually not much room for experimenting, because the guests want the roast pork exactly like it’s done in Bavaria: with potato dumplings, sauerkraut and, of course, a lot of gravy. Roast Pork for Connoiseurs and Epicures The only exception that one can recommend…

Eat Flowers Exotic Delicious and Extravagant Flavors

GET YOUR OWN FLOWER FLAVOR FEVER ON YOUR TABLE! Flowers are one of the joys of spring time. Flowers not only beautify our garden, we can use them as garnishes and ingredients in all kinds of recipes. From cocktails, cheese plates and salads to main courses and desserts, you can do a lot more with…

This is Where Cinnamon Comes From

Cinnamon Cinnamomum zeylanicum, evergreen tree of the laurel family (Lauraceae) native to(Ceylon), Malabar Coast and Myanmar (Burma), also cultivated in South America and the West Indies for the spice consisting of its dried inner bark. Cinnamon was once more valuable than gold. In Egypt it was sought for embalming and witchcraft. In medieval Europe it was used for religious rites and as a flavoring. Later…