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Top 10 Most Popular Chocolate Bars in Australia

19th January 2012
Australians love chocolate. According to IBIS World as a country more than $4 billion a year is spent on chocolate in Australia. In a recent study by Max Brenner research found that one in four Australians has indulged in a ‘chocolate only’ breakfast, lun... Read >
Author: Spencer Samaroo

Massage Logo Design Guidelines

17th November 2011
Most massage therapists are eager to print up their massage business cards. As they begin to put the design together one of the first things they have difficulty with is designing a massage logo for their new massage business cards. What's the purpose... Read >
Author: Eric Brown

Butterfinger - A Short History

31st August 2010
Enjoyed by millions around the world Butterfinger is a candy bar currently made by Nestlé. As chocolate bars go it is one of the most popular currently available on the market. (Its Facebook page alone has more than 520,000 followers!). Invented by Dre... Read >
Author: Spencer Samaroo

Seizures in Dogs: Foods that Can Cause Seizures

11th August 2010
Some believe that commercial dog food is at the heart of many different illness in canines, and I think it may have contributed to my dog's seizures and may have even caused them. The reason I came to that conclusion is that Cory's seizures gradually were... Read >
Author: Jacob Alston

Make Your Wedding Day Sweet

10th August 2010
You're getting married - congratulations! After you pick the perfect wedding date, the ideal wedding colors and a menu that's just right, it's time to start thinking about your wedding favors. Making a candy buffet or candy centerpieces is a sweet way to ... Read >
Author: David

Short Course: Learning the art of chocolate making!

07th October 2009
The fact that chocolate was first used as a drink, rather than a delicious treat, may come a bit of a surprise, but just think how wonderful it feels to drink a cup of hot chocolate on a cold winter night and you will understand. That tasty brown liquid n... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Foods That Cause And Worsen Acne.

19th August 2009
Acne is one of the most sensitive conditions anyone could really have; the smallest things can result in sudden outbreaks and bulges of red and yellow. So, to keep you one step ahead in the game against acne that so many people are truly fighting blind, h... Read >
Author: SeanDavies

Baby Baptism Party Ideas - How To Personalize Your Baby's Christening with Photos

27th March 2009
Your baby's baptism is a special and spirtual event meant to be shared with family and friends. Whether you're planning a small get together at your home after the church service or an elaborate reception to celebrate, you'll want to commemorate this impo... Read >
Author: Linda Kling

Wedding Gift Bags to Put in Guest Hotel Rooms

10th March 2009
If you have guests coming in from out of town to be a part of your wedding, you will surely want to find a great way to say thanks for all of their time and money spent traveling. A Wedding gift bag full of thoughtful and useful gifts put into your guests... Read >
Author: Abigail Cherry

The Most Unhealthy Food

20th January 2009
Do you eat to live or live to eat? Old proverb says that we eat to live. Do you agree? This is enough popular truth. However not every food is useful, we eat lots of junk food nowadays. Eating unhealthy food is a straight road to obesity, heart diseases, ... Read >
Author: Katya Flower

Does chocolate cause acne? Yes it can in some people.

01st December 2008
Does chocolate cause acne? Yes chocolate definitely can cause acne in some people, depending on your genetics. There are many foods that can cause acne depending on your genetics. If I eat a large milk chocolate bar it will usually give me cystic acne so... Read >
Author: Teddy Grandy

Why Do People With Peanut Allergies Eat In Thai Restaurants?

12th September 2006
Severe food allergies are a life threatening condition. Often, even eating something that has been cooked or prepared with cooking implements that have been used with nuts or nut oils can result in a person going into anaphylactic shock. Without something... Read >
Author: Rebecca Prescott
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