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Thanksgiving History

Thanksgiving History

The first Thanksgiving dinner at Plymouth Colony in 1621 started one of America’s favorite holidays to share gratitude and appreciate the important people in our lives. Almost 400 years separate the original Thanksgiving meal form our modern day Thanksgiving, so the holiday and all of its traditions have evolved over… MORE>

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Quick Facts About Quick Bread

Quick Facts About Quick Bread

  While you may have never heard the term quick bread, chances are you have certainly enjoyed it in your lifetime. The short definition of a quick bread is that it is a bread that uses something other than yeast or eggs as a leavening agent, cutting down on the… MORE>

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Sweet for Sweet Potatoes

Sweet for Sweet Potatoes

How truly sweet it is for your body when you eat sweet potatoes. This well-rounded vegetable that tastes like a dessert provides ample health benefits, adds to a balanced meal and is an essential dish at every Thanksgiving feast. Eaten baked or roasted, and as a spread, soup, and casserole,… MORE>

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Nutty for Peanut Butter

Nutty for Peanut Butter

November is National Peanut Butter Lover’s Month! What better way to celebrate than eating some of this delicious treat?  Peanuts have been an important part of the American diet since the late 19th century, although the origins trace back to the Aztecs.  The peanut butter that you are familiar with… MORE>

by × October 31, 2014 × 1 comment

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Happy National Dessert Day!

Happy National Dessert Day!

Nothing compares to biting into a warm, chewy brownie or scooping cookie dough ice cream on top of apple pie. Practically everyone loves dessert and it is even some people’s favorite part of a meal. October 14th the most spectacular days of the year. Revering all the wonderful desserts that… MORE>

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Celebrate Apple Month!

Celebrate Apple Month!

We have all heard the saying “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but where did this saying come from? Recorded in the 1860’s, the original phrase was, ‘‘Eat an apple on going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread.” That phrase evolved to “An… MORE>

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