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When Were Kraft Singles First Introduced?

It would be logical to assume that processed cheese, or American cheese was Kraft's first innovation. However, we see a glimpse of the brilliance of individually wrapped cheese singles much further back in the history of the company…

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Food Science

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Does Nutmeg Make You High?

Nutmeg is great in warm milk, as a spice in pumpkin pie, and a little bit in a bechamel goes a long way. It's similar to other spices such as cinnamon and cloves, sharing some of the same terpenes, but it has a unique flavor all its own. Like any spice, it's got some strong chemicals in it. Some creative stoners may tell you it will get you high. And not just high but very high…

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Food History

kraft-singles.jpg

When Were Kraft Singles First Introduced?

It would be logical to assume that processed cheese, or American cheese was Kraft's first innovation. However, we see a glimpse of the brilliance of individually wrapped cheese singles much further back in the history of the company…

Read on...

Food Science

nutmeg-whole-spice.jpg

Does Nutmeg Make You High?

Nutmeg is great in warm milk, as a spice in pumpkin pie, and a little bit in a bechamel goes a long way. It's similar to other spices such as cinnamon and cloves, sharing some of the same terpenes, but it has a unique flavor all its own. Like any spice, it's got some strong chemicals in it. Some creative stoners may tell you it will get you high. And not just high but very high…

Read on...

Other Recent Lore

The Science of the Brain Freeze: The Origin of the Slurpee, and the Ice Cream Headache

24 Mar 2012 18:31

There is something about the ice cream headache. Maybe you know what I'm talking about. It is nothing short of agonizing, and yet as kids we would purposely eat our ice cream cone too fast to bring one on. And then scream, partly in pain and partly with the thrill of it. I guess it's sort of like a roller coaster..you are in control. It is a well-known phenomena that pain is more easily tolerated when it is known to be temporary and its cause known to be benign. And, it's one of the few instances where you can intentionally cause yourself intense pain of a temporary nature. Too bad about the brain damage, though……

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Shepherds Pie Versus Cottage Pie and Gordon Ramsay's Pet Peeve

19 Mar 2012 16:30

Oh, how I love Shepherd's pie. Or is it Cottage pie? It depends on whether you use lamb or beef. And if Gordon Ramsay catches you using beef and calling it Shepherd's Pie, he might just go all..well, Gordon Ramsay on you. He's mentioned this several times on the boob tube, with more than a trace of his trademark irritation….

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Those Mexican Recipes: Not Only Dishes but General Terms

19 Mar 2012 01:45

Has this happened to you? Instead of going to your favorite Mexican restaurant, you decide to try a new one in town. Of course, you have to order some chile rellenos. They're your favorite. But, when the waiter brings your order, you discover that these rellenos are not the same as the ones you're used to. They seem much different! What gives? You consider whether you should complain to the waiter that the chef doesn't know his rellenos from his tacos….

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