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Clubs of America | Jul 07, 2016

When British Blue-Bloods of the feminine sort gather to discuss the condition of the grounds at the Palace, or the Queen’s latest hat, they often enjoy tea.

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Clubs of America | Jul 05, 2016

BLACK PLUMS — Black Plums belong to the Prunus genus of plants, and are relatives of the peach, nectarine and almond.

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Clubs of America | Jul 03, 2016

If you’re unfortunate enough to deplete your stock of pizzas from your favorite Pizza of the Month Club before the next shipment arrives, and you are having a pizza-based anxiety attack, challen…

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Clubs of America | Jul 01, 2016

This month’s special bouquet consists of SIX STEMS OF BEAUTIFUL LILIES of three different colors from the Asiatic and LA hybrid groups.

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Clubs of America | Jun 20, 2016

It’s a rarity to find a recipe, kitchen cabinet or table that doesn’t include salt. There are over 14,000 uses for it, widely used for centuries as a food preservative.

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Clubs of America | Jun 17, 2016

This month we are so proud  to ship the wonderful New Super Fine Bouquet to our members.

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Clubs of America | Jun 15, 2016

From headaches to heartbreaks, chocolate has been the go-to cure for decades.

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Clubs of America | Jun 13, 2016

ZIMBABWE AA PLUS SALIMBA ESTATE  — FULL CITY ROAST — The Salimba Estate in the Chipinga region, located at an altitude of 900 to 1,000 meters in Eastern Zimbabwe, first planted coffee in 1955.

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Clubs of America | Jun 10, 2016

The Taylor’s Gold pear is a mutation of the Comice Pear, first discovered in New Zealand in 1986. This sweet and flavorful russet pear is available in limited quantities in some markets.

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Clubs of America | Jun 08, 2016

The D.L. Geary Brewing Co. was incorporated in October, 1983 by David and Karen Geary, who shared the vision of producing world class products on a small scale.

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