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  • Brown Bag Lunch Winner, July 16

    Chris! You're making my mouth water... Baggie 1 - peanut butter and banana and chocolate sandwich - with butter on one slice of bread and Hershey's chocolate syrup "buttering" the other slice of bread Baggie 2 - homemade custard with lots of Nutmeg on...
  • The simple summer pleasures of amusement parks

    The simple summer pleasures of amusement parks
    With a handful of amusement parks within easy driving distance, Baltimoreans can spend their summer weekends sampling breath-taking roller coasters, cavorting with some of their kids' favorite animated characters or getting soaked even though they're...
  • Keystone Moments in Local History

    Keystone Moments in Local History
    In our ongoing effort to better connect with our local communities, we've been doing some historical research. As we dived into the stories of Pennsylvania's past, we found ourselves in awe of the daring, the innovative and the inspiring people that...
  • You can get sick of chocolate

    You can get sick of chocolate
    They say that laughter is the best medicine, but some people might endorse chocolate instead. The dark variety has been shown to reduce blood pressure better than a placebo. Scientists credit the flavanols in dark chocolate—they are thought to...
  • The humble s'more is suddenly haute cuisine and that includes cocktails.

    The humble s'more is suddenly haute cuisine and that includes cocktails.
    The research-and-development budget for one of the hottest new flavors in processed and prepared foods may have broken records for money not spent. After all, one whole graham cracker, half a Hershey bar and one large marshmallow have to ring up under a...
  • Halloween candy kind to the teeth

    Halloween candy kind to the teeth
    While all Halloween candy worth devouring is packed with calories and refined sugar, some forms do less damage to the teeth than others. "Choose things that melt away and disappear in a short period," said pediatric dentist Lee Weinstein of Scottsdale,...
  • Chocolate confusion

    Chocolate confusion
    Q: When did America's best chocolate move all of its operations to Illinois? My favorite, Scharffen Berger, started out in the Bay Area of San Francisco. But it no longer is made in California, only in Robinson, Ill. Can you tour the Robinson plant? Is...
  • Cadbury accepts sweetened Kraft deal ... finally

     
    Cadbury finally bowed Tuesday to a new, roughly $19-billion takeover bid by Kraft Foods Inc. after months of wrangling. Together, the two will challenge Virginia-based Mars Inc. as the world's largest candy company. Mars itself completed a massive $23-...
  • 44th Pillsbury Bake-Off: A few post contest morsels

     
    I scream, you scream, the judges screamed for ice cream when they selected Sue Compton's recipe for the $1 Million Grand Prize. Compton's Mini Ice Cream Cookie Cups was named the grand prize winner in the 44th Pillsbury Bake‐Off Contest. Right after...
  • Got a sweet tooth? Latest trends from the Sweets & Snacks Expo

     
    As unemployment continues to stay high and Wall Street’s roller coaster has investors on edge, Americans -- particularly adults -- are gobbling up candy as a relatively cheap way to indulge themselves. According to the National Confectioners Assn.,...
  • Top Ten foods that get mom and dad sent to the principal's office

     
    It's back-to-school time. And while the kiddos learn reading, writing and arithmetic, parents get schooled in the politics of schoolhouse eating. With all the attention on childhood obesity these days, lots of lunchbox staples have become taboo. I'm not...