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During Il Carnevale, which starts the day after the Feast of Saint Agatha on February 4th and ends the day before Ash Wednesday, kids and adults dress up in costume. Kids go from house to house, like they do on Halloween here in the States, to get treats and to throw confetti (i coriandoli). Grownups attend lavish masquerade balls, or house parties if the money is tight. This tradition , which started during the late Medieval Times masquerade balls, was later enriched by La Commedia Dell’Arte because of its popular and funny characters like Arlecchino, Pantalone, Dottore, Capitano, Colombina e Mirandolina. La Commedia is comedy shows performed for free at the town square during the seventeen century and even nowadays during festivals. La Commedia is often impromptu and has themes like the lord of the house wooing and pestering the maid.

Venice and Viareggio are known for their fantastic celebration of Il Carnevale, taken even to the streets. Treats like strufoli and zeppole (pastries) , and castagne (roasted chestnuts) are enjoyed by everyone. The mood is A Carnevale ogni scherzo vale (At Carnival time every practical joke is fine). Il Carnivale is the highlights of winter fun, besides skiing on the sharp Italian mountains like the Alps and the Apennines.

Spring, summer and fall make the evenings enchanting with house parties on the terrace under a smiling moon where music to dance to, finger food and pastry to please the ear and palate. Common pastries are cannoli, granita (Italian ice), briosche (Italian croissants). Common drinks are Campari or Cynar on ice. If you like serious liquor, have a Grappa or Strega. House parties are a great means for students to socialize, make friends and find a sweetheart.

Ferragosto is a month long summer celebration. Italians take all month of August off. People who live in the mountains go to the seashore. People who live by the beach go to the country side. City folks prefer the islands of Sicily, Sardinia or smaller islands like Capri, Alba, and the Aeolian islands. Everyone loves and visits the major cities of Venice, Milan, Florence, Naples, and Rome for their history, art and fine cuisine.

During Ferragosto, Italy becomes the Garden of Eden where fruits and vegetables are everywhere: on every street stands and al mercato (outdoor market): delicious watermelons, sweet grapes, apricots, plums and peaches, all kind of tomatoes, oranges, tangerines, eggplants, cucumbers, zucchini, and squash. Italy is also the land of picturesque vineyards and olive trees. The Virgin Mary is honored during Ferragosto in the Feast of the Ascension on August 15. Of course when it’s so hot, Italians like to take an afternoon nap.

As saying goes “When an Italian sleeps alone, he or she sleeps with the angels; when the Italian doesn’t sleep alone, the angels look the other way.” This is romance Italian style! Of course, the only reason Italians may take an afternoon nap is because they work from 8:00am to noon, go home for four hours to eat and enjoy romance then back to work at 4:00pm until 8:00pm. The evening is to have supper with the family then go out and socialize with friends at the bar. A bar in Italy is also an ice cream parlor, coffee house and pastry shop.

The fall is for wine making. Even though machinery have taken over, grape stomping is still going on at least for entertainment and to keep the tradition. The vineyard owner invites family, neighbors, and friends who hand pick ripe grapes; then grape stomping starts. The midday meal at grape harvest usually consists of spaghetti with marinara sauce, stockfish alla cacciatore, seasonal fruits, popular Italian cheeses and, of course, the prior season’s wine. A beautiful tradition is the guests make toasts in rhyme while enjoying the meal. One guest toasts “To wine-making, to health and prosperity!” Going around the table another say “May the white wine have perfect clarity!”, and another guest may continue with “The meal is delicious in true sincerity.” Jokes and pranks add to the joyful event. Guys woo the present girls by making poetic toasts and by trying to get the girls drunk. All at the table joke, tease each other while older folks remember “the good old days”. The fun is real and wine is made. Viva l’Italia!

Most holidays are the same like in America and in Europe: Christmas Eve/Day, Easter and New Year Eve/Day; others are unique to Italy and to Italy’s neighboring countries, like La Festa della Befana. La Befana is a good witch who brings presents to kids on the Epiphany Eve. Another holiday is Easter Monday, which Italians take very seriously. Easter Monday excursions to the country side and stopping at a local trattoria (a diner) for a fine meal or alla salumeria (a deli) for sandwiches are quite refreshing and very welcome after the forty days of Lent, the season for penitence and introspection.

Other popular religious Italian holidays are La Festa di San Giuseppe (Saint Joseph’s Day) on March 19, Il Giono di Tutti i Santi (All Saints Day) November 1, Il Giorno dei Morti (All Souls Day) November 2, and L’Immacolata Concezione (the Immaculate Conception) on December 8 .

I must confess I am partial to Saint Joseph’s Day, a popular Southern Italy holiday with a unique dinner (pranzo) menu: peachicks and rise soup, baccala (stockfish), fried calamari, stuffed artichokes, broccoli of rabe in garlic sauce, rise balls, and zeppole for dessert. Because Saint Joseph’s takes place during Lent there are no meat dishes at the table where nineteen guests are invited and seated (19 because of March 19). The hosts and the guests recite a brief thanksgiving prayer before and several times during dinner: “Questa casa consolata sia con Gesu’, Giuseppe e Maria!” (Let this house find always comfort in Jesus, Joseph and Mary!).

Italian baby naming conventions are quite simple: the first boy is named after his paternal grandfather, the second after his maternal grandfather; the first girl after her paternal grandmother, the second after her maternal grandmother; subsequent offsprings are named after a favorite uncle, aunt or very close family friend. In my case, I was named Joseph after my paternal grandfather. Italians celebrate also name days, besides birthdays.

The flavors of the Italian cuisine suit every palate. Northern dishes like risotto, osso buco, gnocchi, spaghetti with pesto sauce, and southern dishes like lasagna, eggplant parmigiana, baked ziti, stuffed shells, and pasta with marinara sauce are only a few. The list is far too long to be even mentioned here. What about pizza? Regular, Sicilian or spingioni. I knew I was going to catch you on this one! Ah, ah! Spingioni is a pizza made on the eve of major holidays when abstinence from meat is traditionally required: Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, and Good Friday. The pizza is topped with tomato sauce, sliced onions and peppers (previously sautéed in olive oil and butter), breadcrumbs seasoned with parmesan cheese, oregano, parsley, basil, rosemary and olive oil. The pizza is baked while it is pressed down by a skilled, which is removed a few minutes before the pizza is ready, to have a crispy top.

Italian is the language of poets: Dante Alighieri, Francesco Petrarca, and Giovanni Boccaccio. It’s the language of artists: Michelangelo Buonarroti, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raffaello Sanzio. Italians celebrate their patriots in Giuseppe Garibaldi and Giuseppe Mazzini, composers in Giuseppe Verdi and Gioachino Rossini, and in inventors like Guglielmo Marconi. What about love, passion and pure lust? Visit Verona and admire Juliet’s balcony climbed by Romeo every night so he could be with his Juliet.

Like people of any nationality, Italians are proud of their heritage: they treasure it, they love it, and they perpetuate it. Beliefs, customs, history, culture, religion, arts and teachings make people who they are. They define and shape the individual in the continuity of history and civilization, and in the eternal flux of progress which makes the human soul reach beyond the heavens to touch the hand of God.

Joseph Mangraviti, author of the heart felt poem book – Hooked on You. Click, was born in Genoa, Italy. After completing high school in Messina, Italy, he came with only a pocketful of dreams to the States where he received a college education. The dreams became accomplishments in time. Mr. Mangraviti lives in New Jersey with his wife and kids. He has always enjoyed reading and writing poetry and prose and, most of all, sharing it with family, friends and the public.

During Il Carnevale, which starts the day after the Feast of Saint Agatha on February 4th and ends the day before Ash Wednesday, kids and adults dress up in costume. Kids go from house to house, like they do on Halloween here in the States, to get treats and to throw confetti (i coriandoli). Grownups attend lavish masquerade balls, or house parties if the money is tight. This tradition , which started during the late Medieval Times masquerade balls, was later enriched by La Commedia Dell’Arte because of its popular and funny characters like Arlecchino, Pantalone, Dottore, Capitano, Colombina e Mirandolina. La Commedia is comedy shows performed for free at the town square during the seventeen century and even nowadays during festivals. La Commedia is often impromptu and has themes like the lord of the house wooing and pestering the maid.

Venice and Viareggio are known for their fantastic celebration of Il Carnevale, taken even to the streets. Treats like strufoli and zeppole (pastries) , and castagne (roasted chestnuts) are enjoyed by everyone. The mood is A Carnevale ogni scherzo vale (At Carnival time every practical joke is fine). Il Carnivale is the highlights of winter fun, besides skiing on the sharp Italian mountains like the Alps and the Apennines.

Spring, summer and fall make the evenings enchanting with house parties on the terrace under a smiling moon where music to dance to, finger food and pastry to please the ear and palate. Common pastries are cannoli, granita (Italian ice), briosche (Italian croissants). Common drinks are Campari or Cynar on ice. If you like serious liquor, have a Grappa or Strega. House parties are a great means for students to socialize, make friends and find a sweetheart.

Ferragosto is a month long summer celebration. Italians take all month of August off. People who live in the mountains go to the seashore. People who live by the beach go to the country side. City folks prefer the islands of Sicily, Sardinia or smaller islands like Capri, Alba, and the Aeolian islands. Everyone loves and visits the major cities of Venice, Milan, Florence, Naples, and Rome for their history, art and fine cuisine.

During Ferragosto, Italy becomes the Garden of Eden where fruits and vegetables are everywhere: on every street stands and al mercato (outdoor market): delicious watermelons, sweet grapes, apricots, plums and peaches, all kind of tomatoes, oranges, tangerines, eggplants, cucumbers, zucchini, and squash. Italy is also the land of picturesque vineyards and olive trees. The Virgin Mary is honored during Ferragosto in the Feast of the Ascension on August 15. Of course when it’s so hot, Italians like to take an afternoon nap.

As saying goes “When an Italian sleeps alone, he or she sleeps with the angels; when the Italian doesn’t sleep alone, the angels look the other way.” This is romance Italian style! Of course, the only reason Italians may take an afternoon nap is because they work from 8:00am to noon, go home for four hours to eat and enjoy romance then back to work at 4:00pm until 8:00pm. The evening is to have supper with the family then go out and socialize with friends at the bar. A bar in Italy is also an ice cream parlor, coffee house and pastry shop.

The fall is for wine making. Even though machinery have taken over, grape stomping is still going on at least for entertainment and to keep the tradition. The vineyard owner invites family, neighbors, and friends who hand pick ripe grapes; then grape stomping starts. The midday meal at grape harvest usually consists of spaghetti with marinara sauce, stockfish alla cacciatore, seasonal fruits, popular Italian cheeses and, of course, the prior season’s wine. A beautiful tradition is the guests make toasts in rhyme while enjoying the meal. One guest toasts “To wine-making, to health and prosperity!” Going around the table another say “May the white wine have perfect clarity!”, and another guest may continue with “The meal is delicious in true sincerity.” Jokes and pranks add to the joyful event. Guys woo the present girls by making poetic toasts and by trying to get the girls drunk. All at the table joke, tease each other while older folks remember “the good old days”. The fun is real and wine is made. Viva l’Italia!

Most holidays are the same like in America and in Europe: Christmas Eve/Day, Easter and New Year Eve/Day; others are unique to Italy and to Italy’s neighboring countries, like La Festa della Befana. La Befana is a good witch who brings presents to kids on the Epiphany Eve. Another holiday is Easter Monday, which Italians take very seriously. Easter Monday excursions to the country side and stopping at a local trattoria (a diner) for a fine meal or alla salumeria (a deli) for sandwiches are quite refreshing and very welcome after the forty days of Lent, the season for penitence and introspection.

Other popular religious Italian holidays are La Festa di San Giuseppe (Saint Joseph’s Day) on March 19, Il Giono di Tutti i Santi (All Saints Day) November 1, Il Giorno dei Morti (All Souls Day) November 2, and L’Immacolata Concezione (the Immaculate Conception) on December 8 .

I must confess I am partial to Saint Joseph’s Day, a popular Southern Italy holiday with a unique dinner (pranzo) menu: peachicks and rise soup, baccala (stockfish), fried calamari, stuffed artichokes, broccoli of rabe in garlic sauce, rise balls, and zeppole for dessert. Because Saint Joseph’s takes place during Lent there are no meat dishes at the table where nineteen guests are invited and seated (19 because of March 19). The hosts and the guests recite a brief thanksgiving prayer before and several times during dinner: “Questa casa consolata sia con Gesu’, Giuseppe e Maria!” (Let this house find always comfort in Jesus, Joseph and Mary!).

Italian baby naming conventions are quite simple: the first boy is named after his paternal grandfather, the second after his maternal grandfather; the first girl after her paternal grandmother, the second after her maternal grandmother; subsequent offsprings are named after a favorite uncle, aunt or very close family friend. In my case, I was named Joseph after my paternal grandfather. Italians celebrate also name days, besides birthdays.

The flavors of the Italian cuisine suit every palate. Northern dishes like risotto, osso buco, gnocchi, spaghetti with pesto sauce, and southern dishes like lasagna, eggplant parmigiana, baked ziti, stuffed shells, and pasta with marinara sauce are only a few. The list is far too long to be even mentioned here. What about pizza? Regular, Sicilian or spingioni. I knew I was going to catch you on this one! Ah, ah! Spingioni is a pizza made on the eve of major holidays when abstinence from meat is traditionally required: Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, and Good Friday. The pizza is topped with tomato sauce, sliced onions and peppers (previously sautéed in olive oil and butter), breadcrumbs seasoned with parmesan cheese, oregano, parsley, basil, rosemary and olive oil. The pizza is baked while it is pressed down by a skilled, which is removed a few minutes before the pizza is ready, to have a crispy top.

Italian is the language of poets: Dante Alighieri, Francesco Petrarca, and Giovanni Boccaccio. It’s the language of artists: Michelangelo Buonarroti, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raffaello Sanzio. Italians celebrate their patriots in Giuseppe Garibaldi and Giuseppe Mazzini, composers in Giuseppe Verdi and Gioachino Rossini, and in inventors like Guglielmo Marconi. What about love, passion and pure lust? Visit Verona and admire Juliet’s balcony climbed by Romeo every night so he could be with his Juliet.

Like people of any nationality, Italians are proud of their heritage: they treasure it, they love it, and they perpetuate it. Beliefs, customs, history, culture, religion, arts and teachings make people who they are. They define and shape the individual in the continuity of history and civilization, and in the eternal flux of progress which makes the human soul reach beyond the heavens to touch the hand of God.

It would not be boastful to say that the Joye 510-T rules the market of electronic cigarettes. Undoubtedly, different manufacturing companies have launched a plethora of models in the market, but the charm for Joye 510-T remains unbeatable to date. If you have been using this product, then you must be familiar with its many advantages.

Any electronic cigarette available on the market consists of various constituents such as atomizer, cartridge, battery, and e-liquid. All the components perform their specific functions and the result is vapor coming out of the electronic cigarette. It is worth mentioning that various items present in the electronic cigarette act on e-liquid in order to produce the desired result. Thus, we will concentrate our discussion to e-liquid only.

What is e-liquid?

The cartridge present in the Joye 510-T electronic cigarette contains e-liquid, which gets converted into vapor in order to create desired simulation of smoking. This liquid or juice may or may not contain nicotine.

These days, the popularity of flavored e-liquid is increasing amongst users of electronic cigarettes and you can consider it as an option.

Different Flavors for Joye 510-T e-Cigarette

It has been seen that quite often people get bored of repeated consumption of the same flavor of e-liquid. If you are one of them, there is nothing to worry about. The total number of flavors that can be used in a Joye 510-T increases daily. Many vapers like creating their own custom flavors by mixing 2 or 3 different flavors to make their own custom creation. The only limitation is your imagination.

It is true that different companies have given different names to the flavors launched by them but here we would present the best ones. Some of the flavors that should be given a shot are as follows:

· MLB – It is one of the most liked flavors when one talks about electronic cigarettes. The flavor has something special about it that it attracts large numbers of people from the USA towards it.

· Chocolate – You would hardly find anything that can beat the taste of chocolate flavor. Chocolate flavor can be tried by anyone and chances are that you like it are bright.

· Fruit – Fruit e-liquid offers flavors derived from a plethora of fruits and you can choose the one that appeals to you the most. Some of the flavors in this category include peach, apple, banana, strawberry, watermelon and many more.

· Beverage – Lastly, are the beverage flavors that include cola, Rock Star, Red Like The bull, cappuccino and many more.

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During Il Carnevale, which starts the day after the Feast of Saint Agatha on February 4th and ends the day before Ash Wednesday, kids and adults dress up in costume. Kids go from house to house, like they do on Halloween here in the States, to get treats and to throw confetti (i coriandoli). Grownups attend lavish masquerade balls, or house parties if the money is tight. This tradition , which started during the late Medieval Times masquerade balls, was later enriched by La Commedia Dell’Arte because of its popular and funny characters like Arlecchino, Pantalone, Dottore, Capitano, Colombina e Mirandolina. La Commedia is comedy shows performed for free at the town square during the seventeen century and even nowadays during festivals. La Commedia is often impromptu and has themes like the lord of the house wooing and pestering the maid.

Venice and Viareggio are known for their fantastic celebration of Il Carnevale, taken even to the streets. Treats like strufoli and zeppole (pastries) , and castagne (roasted chestnuts) are enjoyed by everyone. The mood is A Carnevale ogni scherzo vale (At Carnival time every practical joke is fine). Il Carnivale is the highlights of winter fun, besides skiing on the sharp Italian mountains like the Alps and the Apennines.

Spring, summer and fall make the evenings enchanting with house parties on the terrace under a smiling moon where music to dance to, finger food and pastry to please the ear and palate. Common pastries are cannoli, granita (Italian ice), briosche (Italian croissants). Common drinks are Campari or Cynar on ice. If you like serious liquor, have a Grappa or Strega. House parties are a great means for students to socialize, make friends and find a sweetheart.

Ferragosto is a month long summer celebration. Italians take all month of August off. People who live in the mountains go to the seashore. People who live by the beach go to the country side. City folks prefer the islands of Sicily, Sardinia or smaller islands like Capri, Alba, and the Aeolian islands. Everyone loves and visits the major cities of Venice, Milan, Florence, Naples, and Rome for their history, art and fine cuisine.

During Ferragosto, Italy becomes the Garden of Eden where fruits and vegetables are everywhere: on every street stands and al mercato (outdoor market): delicious watermelons, sweet grapes, apricots, plums and peaches, all kind of tomatoes, oranges, tangerines, eggplants, cucumbers, zucchini, and squash. Italy is also the land of picturesque vineyards and olive trees. The Virgin Mary is honored during Ferragosto in the Feast of the Ascension on August 15. Of course when it’s so hot, Italians like to take an afternoon nap.

As saying goes “When an Italian sleeps alone, he or she sleeps with the angels; when the Italian doesn’t sleep alone, the angels look the other way.” This is romance Italian style! Of course, the only reason Italians may take an afternoon nap is because they work from 8:00am to noon, go home for four hours to eat and enjoy romance then back to work at 4:00pm until 8:00pm. The evening is to have supper with the family then go out and socialize with friends at the bar. A bar in Italy is also an ice cream parlor, coffee house and pastry shop.

The fall is for wine making. Even though machinery have taken over, grape stomping is still going on at least for entertainment and to keep the tradition. The vineyard owner invites family, neighbors, and friends who hand pick ripe grapes; then grape stomping starts. The midday meal at grape harvest usually consists of spaghetti with marinara sauce, stockfish alla cacciatore, seasonal fruits, popular Italian cheeses and, of course, the prior season’s wine. A beautiful tradition is the guests make toasts in rhyme while enjoying the meal. One guest toasts “To wine-making, to health and prosperity!” Going around the table another say “May the white wine have perfect clarity!”, and another guest may continue with “The meal is delicious in true sincerity.” Jokes and pranks add to the joyful event. Guys woo the present girls by making poetic toasts and by trying to get the girls drunk. All at the table joke, tease each other while older folks remember “the good old days”. The fun is real and wine is made. Viva l’Italia!

Most holidays are the same like in America and in Europe: Christmas Eve/Day, Easter and New Year Eve/Day; others are unique to Italy and to Italy’s neighboring countries, like La Festa della Befana. La Befana is a good witch who brings presents to kids on the Epiphany Eve. Another holiday is Easter Monday, which Italians take very seriously. Easter Monday excursions to the country side and stopping at a local trattoria (a diner) for a fine meal or alla salumeria (a deli) for sandwiches are quite refreshing and very welcome after the forty days of Lent, the season for penitence and introspection.

Other popular religious Italian holidays are La Festa di San Giuseppe (Saint Joseph’s Day) on March 19, Il Giono di Tutti i Santi (All Saints Day) November 1, Il Giorno dei Morti (All Souls Day) November 2, and L’Immacolata Concezione (the Immaculate Conception) on December 8 .

I must confess I am partial to Saint Joseph’s Day, a popular Southern Italy holiday with a unique dinner (pranzo) menu: peachicks and rise soup, baccala (stockfish), fried calamari, stuffed artichokes, broccoli of rabe in garlic sauce, rise balls, and zeppole for dessert. Because Saint Joseph’s takes place during Lent there are no meat dishes at the table where nineteen guests are invited and seated (19 because of March 19). The hosts and the guests recite a brief thanksgiving prayer before and several times during dinner: “Questa casa consolata sia con Gesu’, Giuseppe e Maria!” (Let this house find always comfort in Jesus, Joseph and Mary!).

Italian baby naming conventions are quite simple: the first boy is named after his paternal grandfather, the second after his maternal grandfather; the first girl after her paternal grandmother, the second after her maternal grandmother; subsequent offsprings are named after a favorite uncle, aunt or very close family friend. In my case, I was named Joseph after my paternal grandfather. Italians celebrate also name days, besides birthdays.

The flavors of the Italian cuisine suit every palate. Northern dishes like risotto, osso buco, gnocchi, spaghetti with pesto sauce, and southern dishes like lasagna, eggplant parmigiana, baked ziti, stuffed shells, and pasta with marinara sauce are only a few. The list is far too long to be even mentioned here. What about pizza? Regular, Sicilian or spingioni. I knew I was going to catch you on this one! Ah, ah! Spingioni is a pizza made on the eve of major holidays when abstinence from meat is traditionally required: Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, and Good Friday. The pizza is topped with tomato sauce, sliced onions and peppers (previously sautéed in olive oil and butter), breadcrumbs seasoned with parmesan cheese, oregano, parsley, basil, rosemary and olive oil. The pizza is baked while it is pressed down by a skilled, which is removed a few minutes before the pizza is ready, to have a crispy top.

Italian is the language of poets: Dante Alighieri, Francesco Petrarca, and Giovanni Boccaccio. It’s the language of artists: Michelangelo Buonarroti, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raffaello Sanzio. Italians celebrate their patriots in Giuseppe Garibaldi and Giuseppe Mazzini, composers in Giuseppe Verdi and Gioachino Rossini, and in inventors like Guglielmo Marconi. What about love, passion and pure lust? Visit Verona and admire Juliet’s balcony climbed by Romeo every night so he could be with his Juliet.

Like people of any nationality, Italians are proud of their heritage: they treasure it, they love it, and they perpetuate it. Beliefs, customs, history, culture, religion, arts and teachings make people who they are. They define and shape the individual in the continuity of history and civilization, and in the eternal flux of progress which makes the human soul reach beyond the heavens to touch the hand of God.

It would not be boastful to say that the Joye 510-T rules the market of electronic cigarettes. Undoubtedly, different manufacturing companies have launched a plethora of models in the market, but the charm for Joye 510-T remains unbeatable to date. If you have been using this product, then you must be familiar with its many advantages.

Any electronic cigarette available on the market consists of various constituents such as atomizer, cartridge, battery, and e-liquid. All the components perform their specific functions and the result is vapor coming out of the electronic cigarette. It is worth mentioning that various items present in the electronic cigarette act on e-liquid in order to produce the desired result. Thus, we will concentrate our discussion to e-liquid only.

What is e-liquid?

The cartridge present in the Joye 510-T electronic cigarette contains e-liquid, which gets converted into vapor in order to create desired simulation of smoking. This liquid or juice may or may not contain nicotine.

These days, the popularity of flavored e-liquid is increasing amongst users of electronic cigarettes and you can consider it as an option.

Different Flavors for Joye 510-T e-Cigarette

It has been seen that quite often people get bored of repeated consumption of the same flavor of e-liquid. If you are one of them, there is nothing to worry about. The total number of flavors that can be used in a Joye 510-T increases daily. Many vapers like creating their own custom flavors by mixing 2 or 3 different flavors to make their own custom creation. The only limitation is your imagination.

It is true that different companies have given different names to the flavors launched by them but here we would present the best ones. Some of the flavors that should be given a shot are as follows:

· MLB – It is one of the most liked flavors when one talks about electronic cigarettes. The flavor has something special about it that it attracts large numbers of people from the USA towards it.

· Chocolate – You would hardly find anything that can beat the taste of chocolate flavor. Chocolate flavor can be tried by anyone and chances are that you like it are bright.

· Fruit – Fruit e-liquid offers flavors derived from a plethora of fruits and you can choose the one that appeals to you the most. Some of the flavors in this category include peach, apple, banana, strawberry, watermelon and many more.

· Beverage – Lastly, are the beverage flavors that include cola, Rock Star, Red Like The bull, cappuccino and many more.

Vaping just became tastier, as e-cigarette manufacturers and stores now supply flavorful e-liquid that vapers can choose from. On top of that, cigarette accessories will also be offered on websites that sell off these types of products.

Many e-cigarette vapers are going to be thrilled to learn that cigarette flavors right now are certainly not restricted to the standard tobacco and menthol flavors. E cigarette enthusiasts now have the option to purchase e-liquid with their e-cigarettes accessories. People that buy e-cigarettes can purchase this product in bars, retail stores, and also online stores that specialize on these kinds of products.

E-cigarettes have become popular at the moment as a result of cigarette smoking bans which are implemented in most states. Bans are enforced in bars, casinos, dining establishments, or at any other enclosed public spaces, rendering it imperative for many who cannot get through the day without getting their nicotine fix to consider smoke-free alternatives. The alternative eventually came in the form of electronic cigarettes, where previous smokers “vape” an e-cigarette.

This smoke-free and odor-free option is a great method for cigarette users to continue “smoking.” This product permits cigarette users to inhale nicotine in its vaporized form by using an e-liquid. Buyers can purchase regular tobacco or menthol flavors. Those who are looking for a specific brand’s flavour, like Marlboro or State Express 555 can purchase these flavors from stores that offer these.

Fans of tobacco can purchase French pipe, and also a Virginia tobacco flavour. Those that desire to deviate from the norm can purchase exotic and fruity flavors like hazelnut, apple, banana, blueberry, and cherry. Strawberry and peach flavors are offered also.

Chocolate, coffee, and cola fans can not only get their caffeine but their nicotine fix too, as these flavors are obtainable from specialty stores in the US. Those that want a hint of liqueur on the e-cigarettes also can purchase an amaretto-flavored e-liquid. Cigarette users may add a hint of sweetness if they vape an e-cigarette with vanilla being one of the best-selling flavors.

Shoppers who buy e-cigarettes also have the option to purchase cigarette accessories. Extras such as a USB passthrough device can be purchased on the internet. Vapers can use this product while using their pcs or laptops. This product may also be used in a vehicle.

For vapers, taking their kits with them on a regular basis is essential. That’s why specialty shops are actually selling adapters and chargers that clients can purchase along with a stylish and protective carrying case.

Those that want to mix e-liquid flavors can do so, as mixer bottles are actually available in retail and online stores where vapers can buy e-cigarettes. These containers are water-proof and now have level markings so customers can control the amount of each flavor that they use.

Those who buy e-cigarettes should not think this as a healthier and safer alternative. These devices still have a specific amount of nicotine, which is still bad for health. On the other hand, the use of e-cigarettes reduces the risk of second-hand smoke, as well as the risks for certain types of cancer. Since cigarettes are heavily taxed, vaping has also become a cheaper replacement for the real thing. Overall, this is an excellent method of getting that nicotine fix without all the ash and odor that cigarette users get when they smoke. 

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During Il Carnevale, which starts the day after the Feast of Saint Agatha on February 4th and ends the day before Ash Wednesday, kids and adults dress up in costume. Kids go from house to house, like they do on Halloween here in the States, to get treats and to throw confetti (i coriandoli). Grownups attend lavish masquerade balls, or house parties if the money is tight. This tradition , which started during the late Medieval Times masquerade balls, was later enriched by La Commedia Dell’Arte because of its popular and funny characters like Arlecchino, Pantalone, Dottore, Capitano, Colombina e Mirandolina. La Commedia is comedy shows performed for free at the town square during the seventeen century and even nowadays during festivals. La Commedia is often impromptu and has themes like the lord of the house wooing and pestering the maid.

Venice and Viareggio are known for their fantastic celebration of Il Carnevale, taken even to the streets. Treats like strufoli and zeppole (pastries) , and castagne (roasted chestnuts) are enjoyed by everyone. The mood is A Carnevale ogni scherzo vale (At Carnival time every practical joke is fine). Il Carnivale is the highlights of winter fun, besides skiing on the sharp Italian mountains like the Alps and the Apennines.

Spring, summer and fall make the evenings enchanting with house parties on the terrace under a smiling moon where music to dance to, finger food and pastry to please the ear and palate. Common pastries are cannoli, granita (Italian ice), briosche (Italian croissants). Common drinks are Campari or Cynar on ice. If you like serious liquor, have a Grappa or Strega. House parties are a great means for students to socialize, make friends and find a sweetheart.

Ferragosto is a month long summer celebration. Italians take all month of August off. People who live in the mountains go to the seashore. People who live by the beach go to the country side. City folks prefer the islands of Sicily, Sardinia or smaller islands like Capri, Alba, and the Aeolian islands. Everyone loves and visits the major cities of Venice, Milan, Florence, Naples, and Rome for their history, art and fine cuisine.

During Ferragosto, Italy becomes the Garden of Eden where fruits and vegetables are everywhere: on every street stands and al mercato (outdoor market): delicious watermelons, sweet grapes, apricots, plums and peaches, all kind of tomatoes, oranges, tangerines, eggplants, cucumbers, zucchini, and squash. Italy is also the land of picturesque vineyards and olive trees. The Virgin Mary is honored during Ferragosto in the Feast of the Ascension on August 15. Of course when it’s so hot, Italians like to take an afternoon nap.

As saying goes “When an Italian sleeps alone, he or she sleeps with the angels; when the Italian doesn’t sleep alone, the angels look the other way.” This is romance Italian style! Of course, the only reason Italians may take an afternoon nap is because they work from 8:00am to noon, go home for four hours to eat and enjoy romance then back to work at 4:00pm until 8:00pm. The evening is to have supper with the family then go out and socialize with friends at the bar. A bar in Italy is also an ice cream parlor, coffee house and pastry shop.

The fall is for wine making. Even though machinery have taken over, grape stomping is still going on at least for entertainment and to keep the tradition. The vineyard owner invites family, neighbors, and friends who hand pick ripe grapes; then grape stomping starts. The midday meal at grape harvest usually consists of spaghetti with marinara sauce, stockfish alla cacciatore, seasonal fruits, popular Italian cheeses and, of course, the prior season’s wine. A beautiful tradition is the guests make toasts in rhyme while enjoying the meal. One guest toasts “To wine-making, to health and prosperity!” Going around the table another say “May the white wine have perfect clarity!”, and another guest may continue with “The meal is delicious in true sincerity.” Jokes and pranks add to the joyful event. Guys woo the present girls by making poetic toasts and by trying to get the girls drunk. All at the table joke, tease each other while older folks remember “the good old days”. The fun is real and wine is made. Viva l’Italia!

Most holidays are the same like in America and in Europe: Christmas Eve/Day, Easter and New Year Eve/Day; others are unique to Italy and to Italy’s neighboring countries, like La Festa della Befana. La Befana is a good witch who brings presents to kids on the Epiphany Eve. Another holiday is Easter Monday, which Italians take very seriously. Easter Monday excursions to the country side and stopping at a local trattoria (a diner) for a fine meal or alla salumeria (a deli) for sandwiches are quite refreshing and very welcome after the forty days of Lent, the season for penitence and introspection.

Other popular religious Italian holidays are La Festa di San Giuseppe (Saint Joseph’s Day) on March 19, Il Giono di Tutti i Santi (All Saints Day) November 1, Il Giorno dei Morti (All Souls Day) November 2, and L’Immacolata Concezione (the Immaculate Conception) on December 8 .

I must confess I am partial to Saint Joseph’s Day, a popular Southern Italy holiday with a unique dinner (pranzo) menu: peachicks and rise soup, baccala (stockfish), fried calamari, stuffed artichokes, broccoli of rabe in garlic sauce, rise balls, and zeppole for dessert. Because Saint Joseph’s takes place during Lent there are no meat dishes at the table where nineteen guests are invited and seated (19 because of March 19). The hosts and the guests recite a brief thanksgiving prayer before and several times during dinner: “Questa casa consolata sia con Gesu’, Giuseppe e Maria!” (Let this house find always comfort in Jesus, Joseph and Mary!).

Italian baby naming conventions are quite simple: the first boy is named after his paternal grandfather, the second after his maternal grandfather; the first girl after her paternal grandmother, the second after her maternal grandmother; subsequent offsprings are named after a favorite uncle, aunt or very close family friend. In my case, I was named Joseph after my paternal grandfather. Italians celebrate also name days, besides birthdays.

The flavors of the Italian cuisine suit every palate. Northern dishes like risotto, osso buco, gnocchi, spaghetti with pesto sauce, and southern dishes like lasagna, eggplant parmigiana, baked ziti, stuffed shells, and pasta with marinara sauce are only a few. The list is far too long to be even mentioned here. What about pizza? Regular, Sicilian or spingioni. I knew I was going to catch you on this one! Ah, ah! Spingioni is a pizza made on the eve of major holidays when abstinence from meat is traditionally required: Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, and Good Friday. The pizza is topped with tomato sauce, sliced onions and peppers (previously sautéed in olive oil and butter), breadcrumbs seasoned with parmesan cheese, oregano, parsley, basil, rosemary and olive oil. The pizza is baked while it is pressed down by a skilled, which is removed a few minutes before the pizza is ready, to have a crispy top.

Italian is the language of poets: Dante Alighieri, Francesco Petrarca, and Giovanni Boccaccio. It’s the language of artists: Michelangelo Buonarroti, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raffaello Sanzio. Italians celebrate their patriots in Giuseppe Garibaldi and Giuseppe Mazzini, composers in Giuseppe Verdi and Gioachino Rossini, and in inventors like Guglielmo Marconi. What about love, passion and pure lust? Visit Verona and admire Juliet’s balcony climbed by Romeo every night so he could be with his Juliet.

Like people of any nationality, Italians are proud of their heritage: they treasure it, they love it, and they perpetuate it. Beliefs, customs, history, culture, religion, arts and teachings make people who they are. They define and shape the individual in the continuity of history and civilization, and in the eternal flux of progress which makes the human soul reach beyond the heavens to touch the hand of God.

It would not be boastful to say that the Joye 510-T rules the market of electronic cigarettes. Undoubtedly, different manufacturing companies have launched a plethora of models in the market, but the charm for Joye 510-T remains unbeatable to date. If you have been using this product, then you must be familiar with its many advantages.

Any electronic cigarette available on the market consists of various constituents such as atomizer, cartridge, battery, and e-liquid. All the components perform their specific functions and the result is vapor coming out of the electronic cigarette. It is worth mentioning that various items present in the electronic cigarette act on e-liquid in order to produce the desired result. Thus, we will concentrate our discussion to e-liquid only.

What is e-liquid?

The cartridge present in the Joye 510-T electronic cigarette contains e-liquid, which gets converted into vapor in order to create desired simulation of smoking. This liquid or juice may or may not contain nicotine.

These days, the popularity of flavored e-liquid is increasing amongst users of electronic cigarettes and you can consider it as an option.

Different Flavors for Joye 510-T e-Cigarette

It has been seen that quite often people get bored of repeated consumption of the same flavor of e-liquid. If you are one of them, there is nothing to worry about. The total number of flavors that can be used in a Joye 510-T increases daily. Many vapers like creating their own custom flavors by mixing 2 or 3 different flavors to make their own custom creation. The only limitation is your imagination.

It is true that different companies have given different names to the flavors launched by them but here we would present the best ones. Some of the flavors that should be given a shot are as follows:

· MLB – It is one of the most liked flavors when one talks about electronic cigarettes. The flavor has something special about it that it attracts large numbers of people from the USA towards it.

· Chocolate – You would hardly find anything that can beat the taste of chocolate flavor. Chocolate flavor can be tried by anyone and chances are that you like it are bright.

· Fruit – Fruit e-liquid offers flavors derived from a plethora of fruits and you can choose the one that appeals to you the most. Some of the flavors in this category include peach, apple, banana, strawberry, watermelon and many more.

· Beverage – Lastly, are the beverage flavors that include cola, Rock Star, Red Like The bull, cappuccino and many more.

Vaping just became tastier, as e-cigarette manufacturers and stores now supply flavorful e-liquid that vapers can choose from. On top of that, cigarette accessories will also be offered on websites that sell off these types of products.

Many e-cigarette vapers are going to be thrilled to learn that cigarette flavors right now are certainly not restricted to the standard tobacco and menthol flavors. E cigarette enthusiasts now have the option to purchase e-liquid with their e-cigarettes accessories. People that buy e-cigarettes can purchase this product in bars, retail stores, and also online stores that specialize on these kinds of products.

E-cigarettes have become popular at the moment as a result of cigarette smoking bans which are implemented in most states. Bans are enforced in bars, casinos, dining establishments, or at any other enclosed public spaces, rendering it imperative for many who cannot get through the day without getting their nicotine fix to consider smoke-free alternatives. The alternative eventually came in the form of electronic cigarettes, where previous smokers “vape” an e-cigarette.

This smoke-free and odor-free option is a great method for cigarette users to continue “smoking.” This product permits cigarette users to inhale nicotine in its vaporized form by using an e-liquid. Buyers can purchase regular tobacco or menthol flavors. Those who are looking for a specific brand’s flavour, like Marlboro or State Express 555 can purchase these flavors from stores that offer these.

Fans of tobacco can purchase French pipe, and also a Virginia tobacco flavour. Those that desire to deviate from the norm can purchase exotic and fruity flavors like hazelnut, apple, banana, blueberry, and cherry. Strawberry and peach flavors are offered also.

Chocolate, coffee, and cola fans can not only get their caffeine but their nicotine fix too, as these flavors are obtainable from specialty stores in the US. Those that want a hint of liqueur on the e-cigarettes also can purchase an amaretto-flavored e-liquid. Cigarette users may add a hint of sweetness if they vape an e-cigarette with vanilla being one of the best-selling flavors.

Shoppers who buy e-cigarettes also have the option to purchase cigarette accessories. Extras such as a USB passthrough device can be purchased on the internet. Vapers can use this product while using their pcs or laptops. This product may also be used in a vehicle.

For vapers, taking their kits with them on a regular basis is essential. That’s why specialty shops are actually selling adapters and chargers that clients can purchase along with a stylish and protective carrying case.

Those that want to mix e-liquid flavors can do so, as mixer bottles are actually available in retail and online stores where vapers can buy e-cigarettes. These containers are water-proof and now have level markings so customers can control the amount of each flavor that they use.

Those who buy e-cigarettes should not think this as a healthier and safer alternative. These devices still have a specific amount of nicotine, which is still bad for health. On the other hand, the use of e-cigarettes reduces the risk of second-hand smoke, as well as the risks for certain types of cancer. Since cigarettes are heavily taxed, vaping has also become a cheaper replacement for the real thing. Overall, this is an excellent method of getting that nicotine fix without all the ash and odor that cigarette users get when they smoke. 

Ice-cream is the favorite products of people of every ages, especially children. Let us figure out what are the most famous flavors among children, the loyal customers of ice-cream manufacturers.

 

Baskin Robbins: BR has 31 flavors of ice cream with every flavors of month listed. They sell ice cream in 30 countries with 5800 locations.

Chocolate Mousse Royale®: this is one of most popular flavors of Baskin Robbins’s ice cream. It is combination of chocolate royale flavor bursts and a mousse-like texture with light taste.

Jamoca ® Almond Fudge: with other popular Baskin Robbins’s ice cream, it has chocolate fudge ribbon and roasted almonds.

Pralines N Cream: It is vanilla ice cream with raline-coated pecan pieces and a caramel ribbon.

 

Ben & Jerry’s: Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Holdings, Inc.with headquarter in South Burlington, Vermont, United States manufactures ice cream, sorbet, frozen yogurt and ice cream novelty products.

Cherry Garcia: It is combination of Cherry Ice Cream with Cherries & Fudge Flakes.

Chubby Hubby: It has Fudge-Covered Peanut Butter-Filled Pretzels in Vanilla Malt Ice Cream rippled with Fudge & Peanut Butter over it.

Coffee Coffee BuzzBuzzBuzz: This is coffee ice cream made with Fair Trade Certified Coffee Extract and Espresso Bean Fudge Chunks.

 

Blue Bunny: Wells Dairy is largest family-owned and managed dairy processor in the United States is maker of Blue Bunny. This is third largest ice cream maker.

Champ!® Strawberry Ice Cream: This is swirled with strawberry ribbon in sugar cone and dipped into strawberry flavored coating and sugar.

Champ!® Chocolate Lovers Ice Cream: This is scoop of premium homemade, drenched into chocolate sauce and special chocolate cookie crunch.

Caramel Ice Cream: It is dipped into rich chocolate and rolled in crispy rice crunches.
Vanilla Ice Cream Sandwiches: Rich vanilla sandwiched between two chocolate wafers.

 

Ice cream is one of demanded products in summer but it is full of calories and fat. But ice cream maker making fewer calories based ice cream with yummy taste.

 

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Justin mark has 10 years experience in industry field. they are giving his valuable time to falconsearch in field of seo, internet marketing.

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