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All the News That's Fit to Eat - May 30

All the News That's Fit to Eat - May 30

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LadeeVolFan LadeeVolFan 8 years
What a great article on Sweet Tea. Being a born and bred Southern Gal, I can attest that no one can possibly sweeten their tea like we do! I don't always drink mine sweetened with sugar though, and usually opt for an artificial sweetener to save on the calories. But when I do make real sweet tea, it's about a cup to a cup and a half of sugar for a gallon of tea. I love mine with lots of lemon too...or even what we southerners call 1/2 and 1/2 - half sweet tea and half lemonade. YUM!
DCStar DCStar 8 years
I actually read that article about Children's Menus in the NYT. I think they made a great point. If you raise your child on chicken fingers and grilled cheese, you're setting them up to be picky eaters, unadventurous and possibly obese.
smartypantssugar smartypantssugar 8 years
So agree with the kids menus! There's really no reason (aside from allegeries or dietary restrictions)kids can't eat smaller portions of grown-up food. And don't get me started on parents who cook separate meals for the kids at home.
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