To be honest with you, I don’t agree with all the hype around pumpkin-flavored drinks/foods/candles/etc. this time of year. It really isn’t my favorite flavor or scent. Pumpkin pie is not my dessert of choice on Thanksgiving, and I am also not a fan of PSLs (Pumpkin Spice Lattes, for those of you who don’t know).
But, I suppose I will let Pumpkin Cheesecake have its national holiday today. For those of you out there who love pumpkin, today will be a yummy day!
November, aka Movember, is quickly approaching, a month where men are encouraged to grow beards and mustaches. But before October is over, let’s celebrate on the opposite spectrum: today is No Beard Day.
The preferred shaving tool is (usually) a razor. But a very long time ago men would just settle for the knife they were carrying in their back pocket to get the job done.
Engraved Kershaw knives are definitely sharp enough to do the trick, so please trust us- take the safe route and use a regular razor!
Buck knives come in a price range from $22.50 to $199.99. If you are planning on rewarding your labor force this Christmas, how much should you expect to spend on their gifts? The more you spend, the bigger hero you will be. The most famous of the engraved Buck knives is the Buck 110 Folding Hunter Lockback Knife. It is sometimes on sale for $81.00 each. That includes your logo laser engraved on the blade or handle. It also includes a leather sheath and a gift box.
If your employees like to hunt, or just enjoy the camouflage style, the Buck Bantam BBW Camo Knife is the best choice. It is a very popular knife. Your company logo could be laser engraved on the front of the blade. You can also have the recipient’s name engraved on the back of the blade.
I don’t think the average American truly knows all the time and effort that goes into the agriculture industry. Have you seen the size of farming equipment up close? It is truly a marvel. Today is National Farmer’s Day, a day where we should take time to pause and give thanks to our past and present farmers.
During Christopher Columbus’ journey across the Atlantic Ocean, he surely had some sort of pocket knife to help him along the way. If he were alive in modern times, he certainly would have chosen one of these engraved Gerber knives:
Okay, so usually mold on food is seen as bad, right? Well, not in the land of cheese it isn’t!
Moldy cheese has a bad reputation among some, and is strongly adored by others. It is actually a key component in making these types of cheeses:
Blue cheeses: Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Stilton, etc
Soft-ripened cheeses: Brie, Camembert, Humboldt Fog, and St. André
Personally, I don’t mind a little bit of mold on my cheese- blue cheese is a great addition to lunch salads, and the super-creamy texture of St. André is to-die-for (trust me). American-Made Cutlery has the best cheese knife out there: