Friday, April 19, 2019

Miss Cellania's Links

How Easter Egg Trees Almost Became an American Tradition.

All Out of Luck. New Chinese restaurants that happen to be named Lucky Cricket, Lucky Cat, and Lucky Lee’s lead to accusations of cultural appropriation

The Secret Jewish History Of Those Kosher Fruit Jelly Slices. Bonus: Make your own jellied fruit candy. (via Metafilter)

Maggie Koerth-Baker did some research into the history of Notre Dame renovations. It wasn't always done correctly.

The Enduring Mystery of Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun.” Twenty-five years later, the song is still horrifying and one of your favorites. (via Digg)

Utility Workers in England Stumble Upon Grisly Graves of 26 Iron Age Skeletons. They may have been human sacrifices.

The Village Where They Pelt a Man in a Monster Costume With 30 Tons of Turnips.

When Your Parents Were Cooler Than You Will Ever Be.

The Secret Sauce of James Holzhauer’s Jeopardy! Success. It's more than just knowing the answers. (via Metafilter

A blast from the past (2017): 12 of the World's Most Impressive Easter Services.


gwdMaine said...

I do love those fruit slices.
The recipe is tempting, but it
does look like a project. Maybe.

Good Friday Miss C.

Miss Cellania said...

And also to you, gwdMaine!