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History Of The Candy Bar

June 3rd, 2014

They may not necessarily be the healthiest snack you can grab among the impulse items at supermarkets, but candy bars are doubtlessly one of the most popular foods of all time. Part of their appeal relates to how many varieties exist - some include caramel or nougat, others include nuts or coconut. While chocolate of some kind is almost essential to candy bars, it's not an...

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Panini Recipes And Other Ways To Make Your Turkey Sandwich Sizzle

May 30th, 2014

There was a time when most people ate turkey sandwiches only on the day after Thanksgiving. Today, turkey is a popular deli meat eaten by families all the time and there's hardly a sandwich shop that doesn't feature it on its menu. But depending on what delectable extras you choose to pile on, you can raise the wow factor of your turkey sandwiches considerably.Go...

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A Tomato Sauce Recipe That Makes Vegetable Spaghetti Delicious

May 30th, 2014

There's one way to guarantee you get your daily portion of vegetables - have them all in one dish. Vegetable spaghetti sauce allows you to do that. It's also a tomato sauce recipe that gives you as much choice as you want in which vegetables to include. While some, like mushrooms and green peppers, are perennial favorites, you're limited only by your...

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Cooking For A Graduation Party

May 22nd, 2014

Every graduation party is different, but more often than not it's a gathering of loved ones in a family home, celebrating a milestone. All graduation parties have one thing in common: food. In a yard party, working on a grill is pretty typical, but you don't have to limit yourself to burgers and hot dogs. Here are some easy-to-make finger foods for a great graduation...

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Enjoy The Benefits Of Green Tea And Other Iced Tea Delights

May 20th, 2014

A traditional "cuppa" may be the the favorite tea for an afternoon break in London, but in the U.S., health enthusiasts enjoy the benefits of green tea. The Tea Association of the USA couldn't agree more, and it credits growth in the tea industry with the drink's health properties as well as the public's continued interest in trying unique flavors of the...

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How to Make Whipped Cream and Add Your Favorite Flavors

May 14th, 2014

Some recipes are so easy to make that the results far outweigh the effort. One of them is whipped cream, which some people may be surprised merits a recipe at all. If you just whip it, that's how to make whipped cream, right? Well, not quite.You should add a sweetener - sugar, honey or brown sugar - to create just the right level of sweetness. But once you sweeten the...

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Try Rocky Road Fudge Recipe for an All-American Taste Sensation

May 14th, 2014

For a sweet treat their families will love, the biggest selling point for busy cooks - beside the flavor - is how easy it is to make Rocky Road fudge.The unique convergence of chocolate, marshmallows and nuts known as Rocky Road began with ice cream, but has since found its way into cookies, cupcakes and any other confection that strikes a baker's fancy. As an...

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How to Make an Outstanding Chocolate Milkshake

May 14th, 2014

For an icy treat, many people like to blend ice cream, milk and other ingredients into a milkshake. There's a plethora of flavors and varieties of milkshakes - some contain extra protein for those interested in muscle building, and other shakes are along the lines of vitamin-enriched fruit smoothies. But sometimes you just have to cut loose and enjoy a chocolate...

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The History Of Hamburgers: Not An All-American Food After All

May 12th, 2014

The hamburger is a staple meal for Americans, whether it's ordered to go in a fast food drive-through or cooked on a charcoal grill on a warm summer afternoon. This popular food item may be synonymous with American cuisine, but its history dates centuries into the past in distant lands. Eastern origins The first recorded history of a ground meat patty came with...

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How to Make Peanut Butter Fudge

May 5th, 2014

If you're a peanut butter fan, you can make peanut butter fudge with only four ingredients - milk, vanilla, sugar and peanut butter.Fudge is one of the easiest candies to make, but Food.com offered one warning to those who haven't tried it before now. Overcooking fudge can cause it to be too crumbly rather than smooth and dense. So the cooking of fudge requires...

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