Some of you like new places to visit, so here are four:
- Einshem (awarded the “I heart your blog” award that I had given to Mrs. S.)
You may get a laugh (or cry): Banking Mess Explained
- Leda’s Urban Homestead (awarded the “I heart your blog” award that I had given to Mimi)
A locavore, she writes about local food in New York.
- Baroness Tapuzina (awarded the “I heart your blog” award that I had given to Mimi)
Gourmet food alert!
- Traditional Jewish Medicine (hat tip: Klara)
Mimi left me a note for my stuffed nose (I haven’t tried this yet, but I’ve got sage growing outside my kitchen):
For your stuffed nose, try making a steam tent out of a towel and a bowl of steaming sage tea. About 1 Tblsp. of sage to 2 cups of boiling water. Simmer the sage for 10 minutes and bring it to a table. Lean over the pot or bowl with the hot sage tea in it. Drape a towel over your head and the bowl. Try to stay in for 5 minutes. Your stuffed nose will start clearing up right away.
And FYI, the homeopathic remedy that my father bought for me from our local chiropractor Dr. Harry Schick (I highly recommend him, especially for allergies) is called “Flu Immune”, by Net Remedies©. It’s either a coincidence, or it worked, because I’m breathing a lot better tonight.