Kellogg’s for a Happier, Saner Diet?

By Phineas Upham Founded in 1906, the brand Kellogg’s is one most of us have come to know and love throughout our lifetimes. What might surprise you to learn is that the company was founded by Will Keith Kellogg based on practices he’d picked up at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Kellogg was an employee at […]

Knock Out Fat with Boxing

Article by Paleo Forever There are countless methods for working out in order to lose weight. Unfortunately, most of them can feel like torture or they’re just so boring it takes everything you got to not lose interest, even if you are seeing results. Fortunately, with boxing, you’ll have an easy time sticking with it and […]

Blue Berries: The New World Food

Written by Phin Upham Blueberries are a New World food, so named because they originated from the Americas. The indigo colored fruit was often eaten fresh, but colonial cooks found the taste so similar to other berries that they found their way into all kinds of dishes. It was common to find blueberry preserves or […]

Can you drive in the Cayman Islands with your domestic driver’s license?

Written by Andys Rent-A-Car So you find yourself in the beautiful Cayman Islands. The moment you get off the plane, you want to rent a car so it would be more convenient for you to get around. You find grand caymans car rentals, and you’ve gotten yourself a great deal over a beautiful convertible. But […]

The Delicious Origins of Fried Cheese

Written by Phin Upham Though chain restaurants like Olive Garden have popularized the idea, not a single one is the true originator of fried cheese. Although, it’s next to impossible to find the true creator. The name is lost to history, but the act of breading and frying cheese is fortunately still alive and well. […]

When it’s necessary for you to rent a car in the Cayman Islands

Written by Andys Rent-A-Car The first rule when it comes to traveling is that you must always stay within your means. In other words, never go beyond your budget! It’s easier said than done, we know, it’s quite easy to lose yourself especially when you’re in a place as beautiful and as luxurious as the […]

Japanese and Chinese Sweet Potatoes

This article was written by Phineas Upham The sweet potato is one of the most important crops in the natural world. It’s a root crop that nurtures millions of people all over the world, and it clues food historians into how humans manipulated crops to grow. We believe, for instance, that the sweet potato likely […]

Biography of Zero 7

Written by Phin Upham Henry Binns and Sam Hardaker got their first taste of the music biz serving tea to the likes of Robert Plant and the Pet Shop Boys in London. Soon, the two were helping to mix and record tracks. In fact, the better parts of the 90s were spent honing their production […]

The Story of Maple Sugar

This article was written by Phin Upham The Native Americans were credited as being the first group of people to tap into a maple tree and use its sap to flavor their food. They handed the technique down to the Europeans, who adapted the sap for use when their stores of sugar or molasses ran […]

Olive Oil: An Ancient Treasure

This article was written by Phin Upham Pliny said that there were two liquids most agreeable to the human body. The first is wine, which is good for the inside. The second is oil, which is good for the outside. Olive oil was the treasure of the Mediterranean, but other cultures used animal fat for […]