Pile on the Pasta

Those Chinese did it again. While we think of pasta as a culturally Italian food, it is often originates from ancient Asian noodles. No one knows for sure, but credit is often given to merchant and explorer Marco Polo as responsible for bringing pasta back to Italy during the 13th century. Noodles had been a…

Underated Garium Sulphate

The Underated garium sulphate! Over the years I have heard a lot of people condemn the intake of soaked Garri (also known as Garium Sulphate, cassava flakes) and have reduced it to a poor man's meal. Take your time to read through this article, you will understand the nutritional benefits of taking soaked Garri as…

Reasons Why Online Bill Price Is a Must

There was a time when people did not feel at ease with paying their bills online. Most of them find it hard to trust the security of transacting on the web, and thought they have no control over their money with online bill payment. When you submit your checking account details to your insurance company…

Win Your Inheritance Snappily

Nowadays, liquid cash is an essential thing. It does not really matter if you are the single heir to a very large estate. Getting it encashed would take you a long time after the descendant has denied and after all the formal processing has been done. The best solution to this problem is the inheritance…

Finest Part Since Sliced Bread

Where did sliced ​​bread come from? (No, it was not explorer Marco Polo who bought it back from China.) An enterprising German named Otto Frederick Rohwedder invented the first bread slicer, in Davenport, Iowa. While he fiddled around with his invention as early as 1912, it was not until 16 years later that he had…