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In Pursuit of Tea - It may not yet rival coffee, but sipping a cup of tea is catching on in North America, and it's a decidedly different pleasure, bringing calm instead of jitters and a slow, luxurious pace instead of a quick hot swallow.

In Pursuit of Tea is an aid to North American tea drinkers, who may find that cultivating their newly acquired taste is a bewildering quest. For those who don't know the difference between oolong and green tea, the site brings rare teas to us from remote growers worldwide, describes the art of growing teas and their special characteristics. Only "true" loose-leaf teas are here, and the selections are pure and unblended, promising "a new journey, full of wonder and peace."

The Phobia List - all of us have fears. If your bank account is sparse, you may have Plutophobia - fear of wealth, or if you're a light sleeper you may suffer from Oneirophobia- fear of dreams. Whatever your phobia is, you can find it here.

The Internet Public Library - when you need to find a computer/Internet related term, Webopedia is the site to visit. However, when you need information on anything else, you need to visit The Internet Public Library. If you don't need anything in particular, you'll enjoy browsing the library anyway. It has everything your own local library has--except books and noisy children.

Polkas and Pierogies - A jaunty polka tune greets visitors to Mrs. T's Pierogies, where the Eastern European traditional dish of potato- and cheese-filled pasta shells reigns supreme. At this cheerful site, originating from a Pennsylvania family restaurant, users learn all about pierogies, join pierogie clubs and chat rooms and, of course, get plenty of pierogie recipes.

Toaster Museum - They call you crazy if you collect toasters, or so says the collector himself, whose only problem is that he has hundreds of them. The Toaster museum shows off 183 toasters in the collection, from a rare 1920s German 4-slice device to a beautiful red Dutch model called Molly. He's looking for more, to buy or sell.

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