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I gave my whole heart.

I gave my whole heart.

Raisin Sauce ~  SO YUMMY! I grew up eating this on holidays! So delish poured over sliced ham ~ Sorry there was no pic :)

Raisin Sauce With Currant Jelly

Raisin Sauce ~ SO YUMMY! I grew up eating this on holidays! So delish poured over sliced ham ~ Sorry there was no pic :)

Also known as Devil’s Tooth or Strawberries and Cream, Bleeding Tooth fungus are not poisonous but instead manage to put off predators both human and animal by their extremely bitter taste. As for the striking “blood” young specimens exude, analysis has revealed it contains an anticoagulant called Atromentrin which exhibits properties similar to the natural organic anti-clotting agent heparin.

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This is the Bleeding Tooth fungus, or Hydnellum pecki. It's found in the pine forests of northwestern America and Central Europe. Ironically, their oozing 'blood' actually contains an anticoagulant called atromentrin.

Pomegranate | beautiful and exotic fruit

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Roasted Beet and Spinach Salad with Eggs, Goat Cheese, Pomegranate, and Orange {Katie at the Kitchen Door}

Roasted Beet and Spinach Salad with Goat Cheese, Eggs, Pomegranate, Orange, and Almond-Vinaigrette

Roasted Beet & Spinach Salad w/ Eggs, Goat Cheese, Pomegranate & Orange {Katie at the Kitchen Door}

White pomegranates« Punica Granatum . Rare & unusual fruits »Rare seeds ». ´´Apparently it's a different variety of pomegranate. They are good, but taste sweeter than the deep red seeds, which have a tart flavour.KatieK (CA)´´. | eBay!

Details about Rare & unusual fruits *White pomegranates« Punica Granatum * 5 fresh seeds

White Pomegranate - White Pomegranate Pictures & Substitutes & Types of

How to Eat Fresh Figs

How to Eat Fresh Figs

In January 1919, a molasses tank of a Boston distillery suddenly exploded, unleashing a 35-foot tall wave of 2 million gallons of boiling hot molasses into the wintry city streets. It swept railroads, buildings, cars, carts, humans and animals into a vast pool of choking, sticky goo. 150 people were injured and 21 dead, and the harbor was a dark, sludgy brown all the way 'til summer. Folks still say that on certain days in Boston's South End, it smells strangely of pancakes....

The Great Molasses Flood & Magnificent Muffins

The Boston Molasses Disaster, also known as the Great Molasses Flood and the Great Boston Molasses Tragedy, occurred on January in the North End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. A large molasses storage tank.

This Weird Fruit Turns Into A Famous Snack With A Little Cooking

This weird apple thing is where we get one of the tastiest snacks out there, but few know about its true form.