Naughty Brownies. They’re just brownies, …with caramel …and bourbon. It’s the way they present themselves that’ll getcha! Sticky, gooey dark Fudge Brownies gone wild are bursting with lava-like~Bourbon-soaked Caramel that will get all over you! This is not a grab-n-go Brownie…nope, you’ll need to commit with a spoon, a fork and possibly a napkin!
"The Escoffier Cookbook" is a heavily abridged American version of Auguste Escoffier's 1903 book "Guide Culinaire". It is a fascinating look at the art of professional European cookery at the beginning of the 20th century. The Escoffier Cookbook includes weights, measurements, quantities, and terms according to American usage. Features ONLY 2,973 recipes (of the over 5,000 in the original book!)
Wheaties was created in 1922, as a result of an accidental spill of a wheat bran mixture onto a hot stove by a Minnesota clinician working for the Washburn Crosby Company (later General Mills). Wheaties began to be advertised with the first-ever commercial jingle. Its lyrics were sung to the tune of the then-popular "She's a Jazz Baby": "Have you tried Wheaties? They're whole wheat with all of the bran. Won't you try Wheaties? For wheat is the best food of man.