If you order a martini from a bar, the bartender will likely make it the standard way: gin, bitters, vermouth, and a twist of lemon. If you go to a different spot, the mixologist might make it with vodka instead of gin and garnish with an olive. Maybe one time, you request it shaken not stirred. No matter which way you order, you have final say on how you address your need for a martini.
If you’ve ever dieted before, you know the temptation to add something extra to your meal—you know, something actually tasty, or just something else that you believe will satisfy a craving.
Did you know that, though its current official length is 5,500 miles, the Great Wall of China is estimated to have originally been 13,170 miles long?
“The beginning is the most important part of the work.”