What is the scientific name for butter-and-eggs?

Answer 'Linaria vulgaris' is the scientific, Latin or binomial name for 'butter-and-eggs'. Other common names are 'common toadflax' and 'yellow toadflax'. Whatever the name, the plant has a cheerful yello... Read More »

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An average women ovulates for about 35 years if she gets pregnant once during her lifetime approximately how many eggs will she release in that time 34 eggs 440 eggs 500 eggs 680 eggs?

Well this is a common case that when children reach adolescence they tend to be attracted to there same gender (this doesn't mean that they'll be homosexual or bisexual). It is a normal phase most ... Read More »

Can you use canola oil to scramble eggs instead of butter?

On One Hand: Canola Oil Serves the Same FunctionCanola oil will serve the same function as melted butter for coating a frying pan and cooking scrambled eggs, as will any cooking oil, shortening or ... Read More »

What is the bloom time for butter-and-eggs?

July through October is the bloom time for butter-and-eggs [Linaria vulgaris]. The wildflower's name honors its brightly-colored blossoms: orange the color of egg yolks and yellow the color of butt... Read More »

How to Fix Butter Cream Eggs That Are Too Soft?

Butter cream eggs combine butter, vanilla and confectioners sugar to produce a luscious candy treat. Occasionally however, you'll find that the butter and sugar combination is too soft to form an ... Read More »