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The History of Frozen Yogurt.

  Frozen yogurt is swiftly becoming one of the most preferred snacks in the nation. At your local dessert store, you could get a tasty treat that is lower in fat and also with less calories compared to virtually other dessert option readily available. This ice-cold treat made with cultured milk referred to as yogurt. It varies from gelato because ...

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Cheesecake – A Short Past history of the Worlds Greatest Treat.

  It is said that the Greeks served it to the professional athletes after the initial Olympic Games. It’s a great option for your Olympic and even your Super Dish events. You can delight your guests with everything that you understand about the past history of cheesecake and why it’s most suitable for athletes. The nutritional content differs, it is ...

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The Past history of Desserts.

  Treats really did not consistently include chocolate cake and ice cream – however we do know that given that the dawn of man, we’ve been eating sugary foods of some kind. Evidence from ancient human beings suggest that they enjoyed a periodic treat of fruit or nuts rolled in honey. From about 3000 BC there is a discernable past ...

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The Origins Of Ice Cream Cone

History Channel production, about the story behind the ice cream cone. Further reading: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_cream_cone PLEASE DO NOT REPORT THIS VIDEO. I KNOW I’VE UPLOADED THIS VIDEO WITHOUT PERMISSION, BUT PLEASE, I UPLOADED THIS VIDEO FOR EDUCATION PURPOSES ONLY, AND I DON’T GAIN ANY PROFIT FROM THIS. PLEASE, DON’T BE A JERK THAT ALWAYS INTERUPT OTHERS WHILE THEY ARE HAVING FUN. ...

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The History of Tiramisu.

    There is some debate relating to the past history of tiramisu. Accounts by Carminantonio Iannaccone and also Nathan Lopez (as looked into and covered by The Washington Blog post) establish the development of tiramisu by him on 24 December 1969 in Via Sottotreviso while he was head cook at Treviso, near Venice. Other sources report the creation of ...

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