True North Pure Energy Seltzer Review: We Love It!

Until now, we were not the target customer for an energy drink. While many of our generation gulped the newly-arrived-from-Austria Red Bull, the flavor was unbearable to our sophisticated palate. That was around 1990. Many energy drinks have come and gone since. Red Bull remains the best-selling energy drink in the world, with 7.9 billion…
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Make This Horchata Recipe For National Horchata Day

[1] Some liken horchata to drinking rice pudding (photo © Pampered Chef). [2] Sunbasket adds sesame seeds to its horchata. Here’s the recipe (photo © Sunbasket). [3] This recipe adds sesame seeds (photo © Sunbasket). [4] The original horchata was made thousands of years ago from tiger nuts. You can buy them online for horchata,…
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Use Frozen Grapes For Ice Cubes

This tip falls in the “food fun” category. Some of us keep grapes in the freezer as snacks. The icy grapes are like sorbet with no sugar added. The grapes have enough natural sugar, and enough water, to create the “sorbet” effect. You can be satisfied with a few frozen grapes, as opposed to digging…
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Limeade Recipes For Summer Sipping

Lemonade gets lots of attention during summer months. But why ignore limeade? It’s just as refreshing, and more of a treat since one doesn’t often find it. If you don’t want to squeeze limes, it’s easy to pick up a can of frozen limeade. The concentrate is versatile: also a component of some slushies, sangrias,…
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