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One of the great things about ice cream is that it is so versatile. It can almost fulfill any need. It doesn’t have to be ice cream, it could be frozen yogurt, gelato cups or even a smoothie. There’s just something so satisfying about a nice big cup or bowl of frozen goodness. Now, this might not appeal to you so much in the winter time because we spend most of the season trying to get warm but you’d be surprised at how pleasant ice cream can be as a dessert even when it is cold outside. Here is how you can enjoy ice cream in the winter.
In Hot Chocolate
This is no ordinary hot chocolate and ice cream. This is the perfect blend of Christmas and summer. Take a (more…)
If you enjoy food and wine, the South Beach Wine andamp; Food Festival may be just the event for you. Sponsored by the Food Network and Cooking channel, the festival has been a big draw for about 15 years. When it started, it was a one day event and it has since grown to five days. It is hosted by the Southern Glazerandrsquo;s Wine andamp; Spirits and Florida International University (FIU) and attracts more than 65,000 people and enlists the help of restaurants from all over the area.
The official websiteandnbsp;of the festival describes it this way, “The Food Network andamp; Cooking Channel South Beach Wine andamp; Food Festival is a national, star studded, five day destination event showcasing the talents of the worldandrsquo;s most ren (more…)
Fast food is one of those things that are so addicting yet so bad for you. That’s pretty much how it goes with everything that tastes good right? If you are trying to be healthy, it can be difficult trying to figure out where to eat when all of your friends want to go to restaurants all the time. So, short of bringing your own food, what can you do to stay healthy and still be able to eat out?
Suggest the restaurants first
When a bunch of friends get to (more…)
Top Green Tea Diet
Your daughter has definitely entered an entirely different part of the country. Her phone calls home are about crawfish boils, creole dishes, and other kinds of cajun specialties. Her first three years at college have been south in the state of Louisiana and after she completes her Bachelors Degree this year she may be staying [...]
While we typically think of flowers as something just to be seen, humans have always known that certain flower petals can also be eaten. Today, the crystallized rose petal and other edible blossoms are used in many different ways to enhance our eating experience. Here’s what you need to know about the crystallized rose petal [...]
Few industries are growing as fast as craft brewing. In 2015, the number of operating craft breweries in the U.S. grew 15% to more than than 4,200, which was the most in the history of the country. Craft beer now makes up about 12% of the overall beer market in the U.S., and the craft [...]
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