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A Holiday Idea For San Angelo, Don’t Overlook The Hot Chocolate
A Holiday Idea For San Angelo, Don’t Overlook The Hot Chocolate
San Angelo's Tour of Lights would be a perfect location for a cocoa bar. People downtown enjoying the lights and the holiday fun could pop in for a hot chocolate or coffee. It could be a perfect holiday spot for all things holiday not just hot chocolate, but Christmas cookies, eggnog, and fruitcake. Perhaps the profits could benefit a worthy charity in the area.
A Secret Ingredient Elevates Your Thanksgiving Mac ‘N Cheese
A Secret Ingredient Elevates Your Thanksgiving Mac ‘N Cheese
Last year, I shared a secret ingredient with my mom that turned the tide in her favor in our family's macaroni and cheese rivalry.  It was something I discovered by accident, and I thought no one else knew about it. That is, until this year, when I found several social media posts proving if my secret mac and cheese ingredient was ever a true "secret", it wasn't very well kept.
F.D.A Reminds Parents of the Dangers of Honey Dipped Baby Pacifiers
F.D.A Reminds Parents of the Dangers of Honey Dipped Baby Pacifiers
Despite outbreaks of botulism among babies who use honey-filled pacifiers, even now you can often find this kind of pacifier for sale online. 10% of the honey produced in the U.S. contains spores from the bacteria Clostridium botulinum. This is usually not a problem for adults or children over a year old, since it's just the spores, not the botulinum toxin. In children under 13 months, the spores can turn into botulinum toxin in the baby's intestines. Among infants, these spores can turn into a full-blown case of botulism.

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