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Clubs of America | Oct 04, 2015

Cinnamon is possibly the oldest and most flavorful spice known. For centuries it has been prized for its medicinal properties.

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Clubs of America | Sep 07, 2015

Point 1: Chocolate grows on trees. That means chocolate could be considered a fruit. Fruit’s good for us, so by association, so is chocolate.

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Clubs of America | Jul 27, 2015

Turn back the hands of time to 2000 BC, and you’ll find only the Gods and ancient Egyptian royalty enjoyed a gooey treat made from the mallow plant (Athaea officinalis) that grew wild in the mar…

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Clubs of America | Jul 04, 2015

St. Lucia, a tropical Caribbean Island of incredible beauty and diversity in landscape, people and customs, lies 1,300 miles southeast of Florida, in the Windward Islands, a part of the West Indies.

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Clubs of America | Jun 04, 2015

The phrase “A chicken in every pot” was a familiar phrase, supposedly uttered by Thomas Jefferson at the time of the American Revolution.

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Clubs of America | May 06, 2015

Chocolate begins as a bean that grows on a tropical tree. The bean is dried, ground, then blended with milk, sugar and cocoa butter.

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Clubs of America | Apr 17, 2015

I thought I did before reading a piece written by an actual chocolate taster. The job, according to her, is not as sweet as it sounds.

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Clubs of America | Mar 14, 2015

Considering that nuts are packed with nutrients, and nutritional experts say regularly including nuts in our daily diets helps promote heart health, it defies explanation why more of us don’t ea…

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Clubs of America | Feb 25, 2015

What can be better than a mug of piping hot chocolate on a cold winter’s day? Dressed up hot chocolate with a few easy modifications! Here are a few deliciously fresh and remarkably simple ways …

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Clubs of America | Feb 02, 2015

Mint is the broad label applied to a number of aromatic plants native to Europe, Asia and Australia. Today it is grown in most regions of the world where vegetation flourishes.

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