With elixir-like qualities, seemingly able to warm the heart and soul simultaneously, the age-old classic hot toddy is festively perfect during the chilly winter months.

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The Golden Touch

26 Aug, 21

Tantalizingly rich, with a pudding texture, and a creamy concoction once crowned the King of Desserts, Pots De Crème is utterly satisfying. This masterpiece, a baked custard, lightly set and showcased in a tiny pot of its own, holds true to its title - “pot of cream.”

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Did you know that August is acknowledged as National Sandwich Month? While the Earl of Sandwich is often seen as the hero behind this culinary classic, ancient Jewish sage Hillel the Elder is the actual mastermind. He wrapped lamb meat and herbs between matzoh

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A Beautiful Mistake

03 Aug, 21

Quite a few of our culinary favorites were born in the aftermath of a beautifully executed accident and the chocolate chip cookie is no different! When Ruth Graves Wakefield ran out of baker’s chocolate, she opted for semi-sweet chocolate in her soft, chewy creations.

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While most sauces are rendered useless after being burned, the accidental genius of Crepe Suzette is divine.

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In 1940 in San Bernardino, California, Richard and Maurice McDonald opened their own barbeque restaurant. They used the “Speedee Service System,” and their new assembly line tactic lowered their costs and kept service insanely quick.

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With its’ refreshing warmth, ambrosial presence, irresistible sweetness, and appealing presentation, combined with the anticipation from hearing its preparation, caffé mocha is indeed a pleasurable rollercoaster for all five senses. Coffee lovers all over the country will rejoice today for the annual

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Today, we have officially arrived 100 Days away from Christmas! (Don’t panic, we haven’t started our shopping yet either!) Since Alabama became the first state in the U.S. to do so in 1836, every December we nationally celebrate Christmas with exciting festivities,

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Honey – an exquisite, naturally sweet, piquant rarity that intoxicates us with its limpid golden beauty and succulence. (So rare we need about 22,700 bees to fill one jar of this sticky treasure! So sweet that we use the name for our sweethearts!) Because beekeepers end their honey collection season in September, in 1989, the pursuits of the

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A warm, heavenly scented kitchen surrounded by sinfully delicious goodies that have been baked with the upmost care and affection. Enjoying a family gathering over tidbits of timeless wisdom and laughter. These are a couple of our earliest memories, and in most cases, grandparents were responsible for making them. Mrs. Marian Lucille Herndon McQuade, with 43 grandchildren of her own, saw

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