Passion Vs Reason
If passion drives, let reason hold the reins.
– Benjamin Franklin
This are photos taken by PH Morton, the official photographer of GlobalGranary.Life
Thought for the Day:
“In this world, you must be a bit too kind in order to be kind enough.”
– Pierre Marivaux
Happy Birthday to:-
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20th of March is the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere.
You belong in the Years of the Dog if you were born in the year: 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018 and next one will be in 2030.
Lucky numbers are: 3,4 & 9
Lucky flowers: Rose (you can’t never go wrong with this delicately scented blossom), oncidium, cymbidium, orchids.
Lucky colours are green, red and purple.
Our fruit bowl is getting more adventures. Early this new year, we have custard apple, passion fruit, mangoes, kiwi, several types of citrus fruits such as lemon, lime orange, grapefruit and nectarine.
We also have persimmon, which is apparently also called Sharon fruit. Its scientific name is Diospyros Kaki. This fruit is often seedless and sweet. It can be eaten as a whole fruit; there is no need to peel it (but you can of course, if you wanted to.)
Sharon fruit can be eaten fresh, or cooked (in a pie) and even preserved.
Its orange colouring shouts richness in beta carotene and it is actually is a good source.
Adidas is the name given to chicken feet. Obviously as a homage to the great trainers brand.
The raw chicken feet photo was taken by Peter during one of our shopping at the wet market of Pritil in Tondo, Manila, Philippines.
To be truthful, I have not really tasted chicken feet before but Peter had. He said it was taste but rather rubbery. I’ll take his word for it. 🙂
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