I have an "allergy" to spice, but can't identify which spice...I believe it is linked to red pepper, paprika or similar. Situation: any food eaten at Popeye's and only some hot wing type spices at other restaurants will cause me to have a tremendous nose bleed immediately. Interestingly the new hot wings McDonald's has recently made is the first "hot tasting" item of food that I have no problem eating! The managers said it is a "rub"......of course, I cannot get ingredients from the restaurants involved other than Popeye's showing me their list on a box which had red pepper spice mix.
Currently I avoid all red pepper, paprika and Mexican "hot" items but would like to know which is really the culprit...Can you help?
A friend of mine sent me the attached picture and asked me what it was. I am from NM and the pic was taken on a farm near Boulder, CO. Can someone tell me what these are? They appear to be insects or exoskeletons.
Boulder County Colorado insects over 5 years ago
Collin County Texas over 5 years ago
What kind of flower is this? Will it bloom every year?
Hello i just planted 2 apple trees and a pear tree should i prune them this year? or wait till nest year. when is the best time of year to do it. thanks
I have noticed dead tops on large fir trees. What is the cause?
Clatsop County Oregon forestry over 5 years ago
What are the causes of having high phosphorous in the soil?
Last Saturday, I spotted interesting patterns of nicely curved grooves in the sand in Sellwood Riverfront Park on the east shore of the Willamette River. I noticed what I thought were small dark pebbles at the end of many of the trails, and assumed that the pushing of river water from boat wakes and water level changes, etc, was responsible for creating the exotic grooves. I discovered upon viewing the photos at full resolution that the "pebbles" appear to have a biological structure. The objects I describe are approximately .5 to 1.0 inches in length.
All of these paths I observed were scrawled all over an 8-to-12-foot wide swath of saturated sand at the water's edge on the gently sloped riverbank. They were very numerous along several hundred feet of the river's path.
Are these some type of creature moving on their own, or perhaps just some kind of seedpod that the water moved around? It seems more likely to me now that they were moving on their own when I look at the characteristics of the paths, but I'm certainly no expert. I noticed no movement at the time but did not look for it as I thought they were pebbles. I have attached a crop from one of my pictures showing the objects and their paths. Please let me know if you are able to identify them. Thanks!
I would like some books or articles to read or research on how to build and maintain a pond for food (fish) and recreation use.
I LISTENED TO THE VIDEO AND WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A COPY OF THE HAND OUTS MENTIONED IN THE TALK. COULD YOU PLEASE TELL ME HOW I CAN OBTAIN THEM? THANK YOU. BOB PLETCHER 517 554 0110 / 7238 SMITH RD., ALANSON, MI. 49706
Emmet County Michigan oil and gas leasing over 5 years ago