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Infused Water - Spa Water - Flavored Water

Infused Water, Spa Water

Water is the secret to the Fountain of Youth!

I'm sure you have heard it many times "Drink more water, it's good for you!" If, up to now, you have never taken this seriously, please start now! You do not need fancy and expensive mineral waters or bottled waters, as good clear clean water is what your body needs.

Many spas serve fancy waters like these, and it turns out that Infused Waters or Spa Waters are so simple to make, plus they are so refreshing!

Cucumber, Lavender, and Mint Infused Water
 Try this delicious and healthy Cucumber, Lavender, and Mint Infused Water. It’s a light, fresh-tasting water that goes great anytime of the day, and any time of the year.
 

Orange and Viola Infused Water
Try this delicious and healthy Orange and Viola Infused Water. The general rule of thumb, is to experiment and have fun when making infused waters. Choose ingredients you enjoy and try new things you haven’t tried before.

Pineapple and Mint Infused Water
Homemade infused water is cheap, healthy, and so delicious! Try this delicious and healthy Pineapple and Mint Infused Water. It’s a light, fresh-tasting water that goes great anytime of the day, and any time of the year. The pineapple and mint flavors combine to form a delicious drink that will quench your thirst and keep you cool and hydrated all summer long.


I Say Tomayto, You Say Tomahto ...

tomatoes

Technically a tomato is a fruit, since it is the ripened ovary of a plant. In 1893, the supreme court ruled in the case of "NIX vs. HEDDEN" that tomatoes were to be considered vegetables.

Learn all out about Tomato Hints, Tips, History, and Information and Lots More Delicious Tomato Recipes.


Learn About Corn - Corn On The Cob

corn on the cob

As soon as corn is picked, its sugar begins is gradual conversion to starch, which reduces the corn's natural sweetness. Corn will lose 25% or more of its sugar within 25 hours after harvesting it.

Lots of delicious Corn Recipe.

Choosing Corn, How To Cook Corn, and The History of Corn.

How To Grill Corn On The Cob
Grilled Corn on the Cob is a popular menu item for barbecues and clambakes, and it’s easy to do. Grilled corn on the cob is not only tasty, but grilling your corn never fails to impress your guests. Plus it’s easy to do!

How To Boil Corn On The Cob
Boiling is the quickest, easiest, and tastiest way to prepare fresh corn. Too many people do not know how to correctly boil fresh corn on the cob. It is a very easy technique and produces the most delicious corn on the cob. Corn should be cooked quickly and not left to sit in the boiling water very long.  Fresh corn is at its best when it is very milky inside. If overcooked, it will dry out quickly. Please, never over cook your corn!


Grandma Myers' Corn Tip:

Put a pot of water on the stove, and while it comes to a boil, pick your corn and husk it. Drop the corn into the boiling water, when the water starts to boil again, remove the corn. IT'S DONE!

 

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Cooking With Squash

The terms Summer Squash and Winter Squash are only based on current usage, not on actuality. Summer types are on the market all winter; and Winter types are on the markets in the late summer and fall, as well as winter. Thus, the terms Summer and Winter Squash are deceptive and confusing.

Learn more about squash and to view photos of different types of squash, check out Squash.

Also check out the large collection of Squash Recipes.