The History of Taco Tuesday

It started in Wyoming of all places. And while its creators lost ownership of the concept, America gained a taco tradition that repeats itself 52 times a year. Why is it called Taco Tuesday? Seriously, why not Turkey Tuesday, or Tuna Fish Sandwich Tuesday? Or maybe Turnip Tuesday? This is no small question. It's a…

Kinds of Meat Tacos Frail by Taco Cart Caterers

Whether from beef, pork, goat or chicken, taco fillings can be pretty tasty. And carnivores rejoice: there is no limit on how to prepare and flavor them. Let's just get two things settled upfront: First, there is nothing wrong with a vegetarian taco. Lots of people love them. Second, it's believed by food historians that…

5 Secrets to a Big Cinema Eating Skills

The idea of ​​a 'cinema brewery' seems almost too alien to define. In many respects, combining good beer with a good movie makes sense. Kicking back with a cold one while digging a good flick is what life's all about. The zaniness comes with taking this comfortable 'home' activity and turning it into an enterprise.…

The Soul Is In The Blood

Everybody knows that blood is necessary to live and according to the Bible it is sacrosanct. Some deny this and see no problem in eating blood sausages or the meat of suffocated animals. Most of us have heard horror stories about heathen drinking blood from skulls. But on the other side there are sects that…

Why Is Money the Most Foremost Topic for Most Folks?

Recently I tried putting 'money' in my article topics to see how they would fare above the others that include health, child abuse, spirituality, and last days' prophecies, among other things. Of the top twenty performers 12 deal with money or the financial system. This speaks volumes of the way many think when it comes…

Cash and Vitality

If anyone wants to know why money was invented they need to look at the power that it generates. Politically it is the mainstay of governments while religiously it has grown gods and made their organizations indispensable. So where does it fit into the scheme of human behavior and why is it at the root…

Baseball’s Endangered Species – Bunts

His book, Coaching Youth League Baseball, was written by College Hall of Fame Coach, Skip Bertman in 1975. Much of what he wrote about bunting is basically ignored today. However, it is still relevant as an example of how the game should be taught and played at all levels of baseball - not try to…