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Does the thought of Cristal with ice sound weird to you? Yeah, it did to me too until I went to Mexico.
Steven Cook said the sediment and staining in his dishwasher occurred from brown-colored water at his home in Sebring Lakes.
Do you know how much sugar is in your iced tea? If you didn't make it, the amount might surprise you.
No refrigerator is complete without beverages. Just think how deserted the inside of the fridge looks when that top shelf is empty.
Groundbreaking stevia launch opens up completely new territory for formulators with sugar reductions of "50, 60, 75 and in some cases 100%", says Cargill Scott Fabro: '30% sugar reduction is fine, 50% is a lot harder.
Family, friends and fellow Scouts were on hand Friday evening at Henderson United Methodist Church to help Patrick McKenney serve a fundraising Spaghetti Supper.
The Illawarra Lymphoedema Service will hold an iced tea party on Friday to raise awareness about the serious condition that affects many cancer patients.
Dembe, the one-year-old son of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's male western lowland gorilla, Rafiki, steals a lick of a Kool-Aid popsicle during his father's 30th birthday party Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
The trombones play their part during a New Horizons Band concert at The Terraces on March 3. Laura Gates/Banner Correspondent The New Horizons Band, led by Bennie Truax, includes about 50 retirees and is sponsored by First Presbyterian Church of Bonita Springs.
The Israeli-based appliance maker announced on Monday that it was entering into a strategic agreement with Sunny Delight Beverages to make its fruity drinks available exclusively for SodaStream's system.
If there's ever a time to shake a cocktail with New Orleans lineage, it's tonight: Mardi Gras.
John James McLaughlin was 25 when he founded his soft drink empire. Born near Enniskillen, Ont., one of two business-minded sons of carriage maker Robert McLaughlin, "Jack" studied at the Ontario College of Pharmacy in Toronto and moved to Brooklyn to complete his qualifications.