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February 27, 2015 in What's New

Fans of medieval literature are familiar with the sign that appears above the entrance to Hell in Dante Alighieri’s Inferno: “All hope abandon, ye who enter here!” What most Dante fans don’t know is that the inspiration for this sign was the real-life notice posted above the entrance to the lavatory in the author’s Florentine flat. You see, Dante was...

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Transcendental Hand Pies: Where baking and mathematics unite!

February 27, 2015 in Holidays and Gatherings

Inextricably linked by name* and geometry**, Pi and Pie go hand in hand. So, in honor of National Pi (π) Day – 3/14 – we geeked out and baked a trio of Transcendental Hand Pies. Using Trader Joe’s pre-made-from-scratch (using real butter) Frozen Pie Crusts as our constant, crafting these circular, palm-able pastries is as easy as… oh… pie...

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Milk Chocolate Jumbles

February 25, 2015 in What's New

If a jumble is “an untidy collection or pile of things,” then our Milk Chocolate Jumbles are aptly named. Crispy, creamy, sweet, and salty tastes from three different continents are melded into a tantalizing and toothsome treat. Our Jumbles begin with premium pecans, harvested in the Southwestern United States, and roasted to enhance their inherent nuttiness. (Incidentally, the pecan tree is the only major nut tree indigenous to North America—a truly American nut.) Our patriotic pecans are...

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