Tact is the ability to describe others as they see themselves. --Abraham Lincoln
To cure hiccups, eat crushed ice. If that fails, apply ice to the larynx.
A few elastic bands around a drinking glass offer small hands a better grip.
To fight insomnia, simmer warm milk with chopped garlic. Strain the garlic, then drink the warm milk.
Tarragon vinegar is a tasteful gift from the herb garden.
To prevent a fruit pie from becoming soggy on the bottom, brush the crust with beaten egg white before filling and baking.
A freshly cut tree can consume a gallon of water in the first 24 hours.
Where the sun enters, the doctor does not.