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Frosty, Fruity Iced Tea

In the U.S. these days, tea consumption is second only to that of water and iced tea accounts for about 80 percent of our total consumption. Find out more and try this recipe for Frosty Fruit Freeze.

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Que Syrah Syrah

Syrah may be the most easy-going wine on the planet. And it’s fast becoming one of the most popular.

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Al Massa’s Eggnog

Recipe for Al Massa’s Eggnog

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Blair Kolb’s Eggnog

Recipe for Blair Kolb’s Eggnog

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Sarah O’Kelley’s Eggnog

Recipe for Sarah O’Kelley’s Eggnog

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Hot Spiced Cider and Rum Punch

Recipe for Hot Spiced Cider and Rum Punch

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Aunt Rose’s Egg Nog

Recipe for Aunt Rose’s Egg Nog

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Protecting Children’s Teeth At Home And At School

Learning about what kids drink at school may help keep their teeth healthy. Soda vending machines are in many of the nation’s junior high and high schools. Between classes, many students drink soda because they are thirsty, while some want the caffeine some of the beverages contain.

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Frozen Banana-Strawberry Smoothie

Recipe for Frozen Banana-Strawberry Smoothie

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Bermuda Breeze

Recipe for Bermuda Breeze

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Strawberry Frost

Recipe for Strawberry Frost

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Dreamy Creamy Kiwi Float

Recipe for Dreamy Creamy Kiwi Float

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Fresh Fruit Frappe

Recipe for Fresh Fruit Frappe

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Kiwi Daquiri

Recipe for Kiwi Daquiri

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Strawberry Smoothie

Recipe for Strawberry Smoothie

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Lighten Up Your Latte

As the temperatures increase, so do the ways people lighten up their lifestyles. Shorts, sandals and sleeveless shirts replacebulky, winter garments. It is no wonder that coffee drinkers also feel the need to lighten up their java choices.

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Tea: A Story of Serendipity

Many tea drinkers find the beverage soothing, and folk medicine has long valued it as a remedy for sore throats and unsettled stomachs. Recent studies have shown that certain chemicals in tea called polyphenols may help reduce the risk of far more serious illnesses, including atherosclerosis and some cancers.

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