Do they make that?
How do you think it sounds ?
Just wondering also banana milk sounds good too but I think I saw that once before.
A: That does sound really good actually. It would probably give you mad heartburn though.
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Would you believe that the Candy Cane as we are familiar with it today, was actually invented as a tool to keep children quiet?!
Back in the 1670′s, a choirmaster at the Cologne Cathedral in Germany, took a well known candy, a “sugar stick” and bent one end to resemble that of a Shepherd’s staff during the long church Christmas ceremonies. This new idea quickly spread over to America and churches then began performing the same tradition within their midst.
Candy Canes, in their infancy, were mostly reserved for Christmas themed religious ceremonies. But, there was one documented case of someone decorating their own Christmas Tree with the traditional “white” candies.
A man by the name of August Imgard, a German immigrant, displayed candy canes on his family Christmas tree in Wooster, Ohio, in the year 1847.
At first, the Candy Canes were all white, void of any other color. Until in the 1920′s, a man by the name of Bob McCormack began making the Candy Cane as we know it today, with the red stripes included, for his family, neighbors, and friends. Bob did this process, every year all by hand.
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New LYFE Kitchen Spring and Summer Menu Explores Produce and Flavors of ...
CHICAGO, May 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In an ode to spring, LYFE Kitchen Restaurant today invites customers to enjoy its new menu that celebrates the bounty and flavors of the season. Created by LYFE Kitchen Executive Chefs Art Smith, Tal Ronnen and Jeremy Bringardner, the new LYFE Kitchen spring and summer menu is bursting with seasonal produce, fresh herbs and bold flavors in all-new dishes, as well as LYFE Kitchen favorites updated for the season.
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Inspired by the iconic herb wall that greets every LYFE Kitchen guest, LYFE Kitchen Chefs Smith, Ronnen and Bringardner turned to basil, mint, tarragon and hibiscus to create new layers of flavor, dimension, texture and taste.
With fresh spring produce like peas, leeks and rhubarb now available, the chefs worked with local suppliers and LYFE Kitchen health, wellness and lifestyle experts to create innovative combinations and dynamic dishes that are brimming with good-for-you ingredients and simply taste great.