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In a study published in the journal Neurology, researchers reported that chocolate may help improve brain health and thinking skills in the elderly. The Boston-based team found that older people who initially performed poorly on a memory and reasoning test and also had reduced blood flow to their brains showed improvement after drinking two cups of cocoa every day for a month.
The Southern Living Test Kitchen has been publishing recipes since 1970, four years after the first issue of Southern Living Magazine appeared on newsstands. The Southern Living Test Kitchen team includes a team of professionals with deep expertise in recipe development, from pastry chefs and grilling experts to nutritionists and dietitians. Together, the team tests and retests, produces, styles, and photographs thousands of recipes each year in the state-of-the-art test kitchen facility located in Birmingham, Alabama.
“Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands across the globe. It’s an Irish dry stout that originated in Dublin, Ireland that is now brewed in almost 50 countries. This Irish beer is made from water, barley hops, and roast malt extract making it taste malty sweet and a hoppy bitter, with faint notes of coffee, chocolate, and roasted flavor.”
Quoted by Author: Imma Published:3/12/2021Updated:5/04/2021
A Beloved Treat, Born from a Happy Accident German confectioner Fred Sanders Schmidt first opened up his confectionary in Chicago, but that venture was short-lived, as it was a casualty of the Great Fire in 1871. Sanders and his wife, Rosa landed in Detroit, where he reopened for business in 1875. Sanders Confectionery has been […]