Yes, but remember that Istanbul was Constantinople and now it's Istanbul, not Constantinople because it's been a long time gone, Constantinople...
See, in my case I pay about 50 CAN$ for a gallon (8 cans) of maple syrup. That's why I'll never leave the province.
I'm an addict, and I know it.
Actually, it kinds of saturates the pleasure center until you achieve foodgasm and/or foodvana. Be careful not to overdose because that leads straight to pleasure coma.
I understand not everybody has this luxury, but what I do every spring is shop around in the various friends and families that happen to know people who own or operate a sugar shack and get various grades of maple syrup. I use grade A instead of white sugar for day-to-day usages (coffee, cereals, etc.), grade B when I'm out of grade A or for maple recipes and grade C for maple sauces and dressings. I once had access to grade D and the strength of the taste was incredible, especially in salad dressing.
So yeah, I consume about two gallons of maple syrup per year plus maple butter on toasts and maple sugar instead of brown sugar and I actually keep a bottle of syrup at work to sweeten my (and my coworker's) coffee.
Everything is better with maple.
Learn to say, "Yes, dear."
Don't overuse the "Yes, dear." It's very useful in many cases, but she will notice the pattern if you use it too often, even if you try to obfuscate it.
... So an electric car with a 300 mile range is pretty much impossible to build at any price
I hate to prove you wrong, but the Tesla Motors Model S is far from impossible to build and it even has a price.