Monday, January 16, 2023

Miss Cellania's Links

Meet Five Colorful Yet Monochrome Women.

Vote for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award. Beware that some images may be disturbing.  (via Bored Panda)  

All the Miss Universe Contestants in Their National Costumes.

Ancient DNA Charts Native Americans’ Journeys to Asia Thousands of Years Ago. 

The Germiest Place in Your Kitchen. (via Mental Floss)

Why are Californians moving to Texas?

The Top Ten Most Disappointing Edibles and Potables of Children’s Literature. You can probably guess number one. (via Metafilter)

What's in The Cabinet Over Your Refrigerator?

How sugar and fat affect your brain. (via Damn Interesting)


Anonymous said...

Last time I was in Germany, pretty much all the women dressed that way, so you know it's authentic.

Kolo Jezdec said...

liverwurst on rye with mustard….DELICIOUS!!! I grew up eating liverwurst sandwiches (because liverwurst was cheap, I learned later). Still love them today. Liverwurst is sometimes aka pate.

Tomato sandwiches also delicious! Put bread in toaster, walk out to the garden to pick a tomato, slice tomato, slather bread with mayo (or Miracle Whip if that is your thing), make a sandwich sprinkled with salt and pepper, and eat it over the sink. Summertime heaven.

And no mention of curds and whey?

Anonymous said...

The Disappointing Edibles kids are a bunch of picky eaters.

xoxoxoBruce said...

I don't know if kids are more picky than adults, but they seem to be less afraid of expressing their dislike. Diplomacy is a learned trait kids haven't been taught yet.

gwdMaine said...

Given the state of today's plastic tomatoes, I understand the tomato sandwich being on the list. But a real (fresh) tomato sandwich is a culinary delight. But on good stick to the roof of your mouth white bread. Apologies, but if you're gonna toast it, you might as well throw in some bacon & lettuce.

As for the rest of that list, other than liver gagmewithaspoon wurst, and maybe chocolate babies (something appears to be not quite right there), they're all good.