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When an A grade isn’t necessarily better than C or D?

When is an A grade not necessarily better than a C or D? When you’re taking about maple syrup, Grade A doesn’t mean it’s better. A is the lightest in color and flavor, B is stronger, with C and DĀ  beingĀ  darker and much more flavorful. Another way to remember is: A -for “atop” of … Continue reading »

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Black, Green, White, Red Tea? What’s the difference?

Black, Green, White, Red Tea? What’s the difference? Black, green, white or red, these teas are made from the Camellia Sinensis plant. The difference between black, green and white is the oxidation/fermentation and drying process. White–young tea leaves,dried, but not fermented. Green—mature leaves, steamed, not fermented, dried. Black teas, are called black because the leaves … Continue reading »

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You’ve heard of Turducken,? what do you serve for dessert?

Turducken is a dish consisting of a de-boned chicken stuffed into a de-boned duck, which itself is stuffed into a de-boned turkey.–From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia How do you top that? Well you serve Pummple Cake, which combines two kinds of fruit pies (apple and pumpkin) with two kinds of cake (vanilla and chocolate) into … Continue reading »

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Hey, how old are these eggs?

How to tell if eggs are good or bad. Place raw eggs in a pot of water. If they sink they’re okay, if they float they’re past their time, toss them. Anything in between–when in doubt throw it out.

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