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- April's Fool Day is a day traditionally for playing tricks on others. The tricks are meant to be harmless tricks, aimed particularly at fooling someone into believing something that isn't real.Read more >>>
- On this day in 1755, Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin was born in France. He wrote the first book about the pleasures of food, published in 1825.Read more >>>
- Carling Sunday, otherwise known as Passion Sunday, is celebrated in Scotland and in northern England on the fifth Sunday in Lent, two Sundays from Easter. Why's it called Carling Sunday? Why, because Carlings are served, of course.Read more >>>
- Watch out for the Food Network's new action-packed thriller, "The Pirates of The Carob Bean." Alas, in real life, it doesn't get that exciting for carob. It looks like chocolate and it's marketed like chocolate: but one taste and you know the old saying is true: sometimes beauty is only skin deep.Read more >>>
- The 17th of April is a good day to learn what Coffee Cake actually is -- and treat yourself and a friend to a slice while you're at it. For those already in the know, you might be surprised to learn what Coffee Cake originally contained.Read more >>>
- William Keith (aka WK) Kellogg was born 7 April 1860. In 1894, William, together with his brother John discovered Corn Flakes.Read more >>>
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