We all know that the best part of Thanksgiving dinner is the dessert that follows. After stuffing your face on Turkey Day, National Cake Day rolls around on November 26th. Here at Homes.com, we’ve compiled a map of some popular cake specialties in the US. Who typically bakes the cakes in your family? Do you prefer coconut cake like the people of South Carolina, or Meyer Lemon like California residents?
Other popular cake varieties across the country include red velvet (Arkansas), Smith Island Cake (Maryland), and gooey butter cake (Missouri).
According to The Bulletin, a Central Oregon publication, there are only eight states with an official state [...]
Get your utensils ready, these place names will prepare you for a dive into some of the fall’s yummiest comfort foods! With Thanksgiving right around the corner, these tasty place names are serving up more than good eats. Check out what some of these places have on their plates:Chicken, Alaska
The town of Chicken is a traditional gold mining community. Chicken’s Historic District, which includes mostly single-story wood buildings, is a testament to its Alaskan roots and humble antiquity. Residents and visitors alike enjoy snowmobiling, hanging out at Chicken Creek, a mini-golf course, and beautiful snowy scenery. You can’t be a chicken when planning a [...]
August is national water quality month. In the US, most cities and towns have perfectly fine tap water, but all tap water isn’t created equally. In fact, in varying cities, you might find that from one place to the next, the water tastes different, that’s because different localities have different water treatment systems and there may be different ordinances regarding levels of chemicals used to treat the tap water. Furthermore, depending on where you live, you may get your tap water from the town’s water system or you might get water from a well.
No matter where you live, staying hydrated is extremely important for your health and wellness. Here are [...]