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Peach of A Blog

(But, not as sweet as Ms. Buttercup)

​Dia De Los Muertos pokes a wet-willy in deaths' ear, explodes with an appreciation for the sweetness of life while bowing down with the utmost respect to the occasion.  Held within range of Halloween, and featuring macabre imagery and costumes, it's often referred to as “Mexican Halloween”.   In reality, however, the difference is similar to the cool, well-dressed, proverbial 'aunt' that comes to family occasions.  While there's no relation to this

So warm up with some of this yummy deliciousness!! Mexican hot chocolate is so simple to make…it should be a crime to drink the packet stuff instead of this! What you’ll find below is more of a direction on what to do with those ‘odd, dark shapes of compressed chocolate’.   What you’ll need for you and a friend: -1 ‘disc’, or ‘square’  of

Afternoon Tea is served with tea and a tower of delectables. Savories on the bottom, a layer of scones, followed by sweet pastries. Though a tad disorientating, and loaded with a minefield of class conscious rituals (the likelihood of committing a social faux pas is unavoidable), it's enormous fun! Read on and you'll fit right in! Downton Abbey anyone?   But what about the

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