Baby names considerations

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Many parents have a tough time when it comes to picking the perfect baby name, Find Out More. There are many traditional names to select from, but there is also the choice to be unique and creative. Let’s take a look at Some of the important things to think about:Surname Also, it helps to choose a name that does not jar with the surname, but rather flows with it.Liked by bothAny name chosen for the baby should be enjoyed by both parents. It can be tricky to find a name that is entirely liked by both, therefore it is imperative to reach common ground. There might be a need to compromise, but this is much better than forcing things and going with a name that’s hated by a single parent.InitialsWhen contemplating a name, it is worth taking a look to see what the very first, middle and surname spells out. In some unfortunate circumstances, this can spell out an undesirable word, which is very likely to be picked up quickly once the children starts going to school.Shortened versionMany names can easily be shortened. As an example, the title Catherine is typically shortened to Kate. If the shortened version of a name isn’t very appealing to you, it may be worth dismissing the initial name and to continue to look for something else.Popular namesCertain names are extremely popular and for this reason avoided by many new parents. Additionally, it is well worth avoiding the names of high-profile actors or their kids if you want to be unique.Similar namesAny new baby name should go nicely with the names of existing children. For instance, it can be helpful to avoid using very similar sounding names for at least two children. Similar sounding names can make it more difficult for others to remember who’s who. Additionally, the names should seem okay when phoning in a park, park or similar place.Later in lifeThe title given to a baby should still be acceptable when they become an adult. There are plenty of names that can go well with a toddler, but it might start to sound quite silly later in life. If the name isn’t likely to sound too good for a grown-up it may be worth reconsidering.

Bands Named After Fruits

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Aside from the refreshing summer drink to which it lends its name, the lemon has to be among the most disrespected fruits. Cars that often break down or don’t run at all are called lemons, instead of tangerines or plums. An unhappy facial expression can be described as lemon-faced, depending on the sourness it indicates (see post).

Given its unappealing tradition, it’s surprising to learn that popular bands have selected that specific fruit for their titles over more desirable ones such as bananas or pears. By way of instance, the late Sixties and Seventies gave us the Lemon Pipers, who hit the charts with the single”Green Tambourine.”

A decade after fans of New Wave music took delight in a group that called themselves the Mighty Lemon Drops, whose sound was often compared to Echo and the Bunnymen. Then in the Nineties singer-songwriter Evan Dando fronted a post grunge band named the Lemon Heads, who attracted fans of Nirvana and the late Kurt Cobain.

Even though the lemon has overwhelmingly beaten the rest of its juicy genus, other fruits have been able to look in some popular group names. Listed below are ten of the best.

The Raspberries

Eric Carmen and his three young buddies made quite an impression in the early Seventies, scoring the huge hits”Go All the Way” and”I Wanna Be Together .”

Wild Cherry

1 hit was all it took to jolt this group, a quintet of white boys who wanted to play with amazing music, into immortality.

One of the pioneers of the genre called indie rock, this eclectic group has outlasted most of its ancient peers.

The Electric Prunes

Psychedelic rock together with a clever play on words helped make these guys a household name for some time, as”I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)” climbed the charts back in 1966.

Moby Grape

Former members of Jefferson Airplane shaped this group that fused rock with jazz and country, drawing comparisons to Buffalo Springfield mainly due to its three guitar player lineup.

The Raisins

National success for the most part eluded the talented late Seventies team who had a minor hit with”Fear Is Never Boring”, but they remain much revered in their hometown of Cincinnati.

Strawberry Alarm Clock

By mixing incense with some peppermints back in 1967 these men could smell, and taste, a Top Ten single.

Blind Melon

“No Rain” became the group’s smash hit, partly because of its infectious melody and partly because of its bee-themed video.

The Cranberries

No Need To Argue was the 1994 album that allowed the Irish alt group to break through, largely due to strong singles like”Zombies” and”Ode To My Family.”

Smashing Pumpkins

Billy Corgan led this Nineties alternative rock outfit, who in addition to dozens of hits earned an appearance on an episode of The Simpsons.

Beans the magical fruit

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We’re clearly full of beans. From the U.S. alone, we have about 8 lbs of beans annually, per capita, and the current prevalence of Mexican cuisine plays no small part. The U.S. plants about 1.6 million acres a year. Worldwide production of dry beans was over 18 million metric tons in 2016, the top manufacturers are Myanmar (Burma), India and Brazil.

China enjoys their soybeans (edamame) and mung beans, the Middle East grinds garbanzos for hummus and tahini, Mexico serves up refried pinto and black beans, Italy makes their trademark minestrone with cannellini and red kidney beans, and the U.S. favors them baked, or cajun red beans and rice. While once considered a poor food, beans are held in high favor globally. Nothing beats a hot bowl of navy bean soup, a tasty hummus spread on pita bread, a side of baked beans with barbecue, Raccoon Sounds or hot dogs, a dish of buttered limas with ham, or a significant spicy bowl of chili.

Domesticated beans in the Americas were found in Guitarrero Cave, an archaeological site in Peru, dating back to around the 2nd millennium BC. They are dried and transported on ships, they lasted through a long cold winter, they could be soaked or boiled easily and they stuffed empty stomachs. Beans are one of the earliest cultivated crops, providing an important source of protein and nutrition throughout Old and New World history.

Fava beans were a significant source of food to the early Israelites and are still eaten primarily in Mediterranean countries. Old Testament civilizations like Jericho and Babylon consumed them daily. The Aztecs and Incas grew and ate beans as a major part of their diet. They were also used as counting tools and money, and appeared symbolically at weddings. Asia has eaten them for centuries, and Egyptians included them in tombs to insure voyage to the afterlife.

Italian Renaissance gourmet Bartholomew Scappi explained dishes of beans, eggs, cinnamon, walnuts, sugar, onions and butter in his cookbooks. Catherine d’ Medici of Florence was supposedly so fond of Italy’s cannellini beans, she smuggled some to France when she married Henry, Duke of Orleans, later to become King Henry II of France. (You know those French chefs–beans were considered under them ) If this story is true, we can thank Queen Catherine to get cassoulet, a French delicacy made with goose fat, duck or lamb and white beans. (When the Queen needed legumes, her French chefs jumped)

During the 9th century, Charlemagne (King Charles I) restored productivity to European lands that had been ravaged by war, ordering chickpeas to become a major crop which helped stop starvation in his vast kingdom,

Early American colonists cultivated multiple kinds. They were used in soups and stews and may be dried to help feed large families throughout the winter, when food was scarce. Thomas Jefferson enjoyed many different kinds of beans out of his abundant garden, experimenting with different varieties and creating new recipes for his dinner guests. (Well, okay, our foodie president didn’t actually cook, but he chased his French-trained chef.)

In the early 1900s, a guy named Henry J Heinz put canned baked beans on the map, both in the U.S. and the U.K. Today, Heinz baked beans is one of the most recognizable and popular canned foods on the grocery shelves. Surprisingly, the top bean eaters in the world are the U.K. countries. Worldwide, a whopping 2 million individuals consume baked beans daily.

What is more American than franks and beans? Or chili? Or navy bean soup?

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