Sunday, March 18, 2007

Dried Poppies for Sale

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Poppy Pods:
Dutch Oval Poppy Pods
Turkish Special Poppy Pods
Giganthemum Poppy Pods
Tasmanian Poppy Pods

Poppy Seeds:
Oriental Poppy Seeds
Indian White Poppy Seeds

At Poppy Express we sell and provide information on all varieties of poppies. Our company is known worldwide for selling some of the highest quality dried flowers, poppies and the highest yield poppy seeds available anywhere. Poppies International has the most popular poppy pods on the market and we experience 75-80% repeat customers. We guarantee both the delivery and the quality of all of our products. Poppies have been used for over six thousand years both medicinally and for their beauty in garden plants and dried flowers. Currently it is illegal to grow papaver somniferum, opium poppy seed, and opium poppies in the US; however, it is legal to possess poppies, dried flowers, poppy seed and opium poppy seeds, all of which make some of the highest quality arrangements possible.

Saturday, March 17, 2007

Cheap Dessert: Pears with Mayo and Cheese

I do not know where this dessert originated but my grandmother made it for me when I was young. I have never heard of it anywhere else and most people cringe when I tell them the ingredients, but somehow they complement each other perfectly; sweet, sour, cheesy, yummy. My wife is from Thailand and she loves it also. It is also very cheap and easy to make.

1 can of pear halves
grated chedder cheese (I usually buy the pregrated cheeses and you can use other cheese varieties such as colby, co-jack, etc.)

When I make it for me and the wife, I only use the pears in mine but my wife likes some of the pear juice. All you have to do is put your pear halves in a bowl so that halved side is up. put a dap of mayo int the little depression created when the seeds are cut out. then just sprinkle cheese over the mayo. Believe me this is good, and very inexpensive, thus, saving money. If anyone has ever heard of this recipe before please let me know, I am interested to knowif my grandmother came up with it or got it from someone else.