What’s for dinner?

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History and Health Benefits of Pure Maple Syrup

History and Health Benefits of Pure Maple Syrup

Pure maple syrup is more expensive than imitation brands, but it’s worth every penny. This syrup produced by a labor of love is delicious and good for you!

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Simple and Easy Weeknight Chili Recipe

Simple and Easy Weeknight Chili Recipe

You can have a delicious bowl of chili from countertop to dining table in 30 minutes. It’s an easy weeknight recipe that will have your tastebuds dancing.

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The History of Chili: The Official Texas State Dish

The History of Chili: The Official Texas State Dish

History points to Texas as the epicenter for the origins of chili. This beloved fare was named its official state dish in 1977. And not a moment too soon!

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