- By Mashed
There's something about bacon that discourages complex thoughts. Maybe it's the intoxicating, vegetarianism-denying aroma, or the sweet, salty, crispy deliciousness that serenades your tastebuds when you take a bite, or the slightly sinful, guilt-inducing, neanderthal-brain-satisfying greasiness of it that makes seriously thinking about anything else utterly futile. But the fact is, bacon is no culinary wallflower — if it's there, you know it because demands your attention.
- By PointsandTravel ✈
Magic appears in the mythology of ancient Greece and was associated with such figures as Hermes, Hecate, Orpheus, and Circe, the sorceress daughter of Helios who helped Odysseus summon the ghosts from Hades. Maybe you will run into magic on your next vacation to Greece!