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Articles about rum

Environment
by Caymania
8 years ago
Why is the rum green?

Have you ever thought about the environmental impact of the alcohol in your shot glass? Three rum companies are giving you an excuse to raise your glass with their eco-friendly distilleries.

History
by Joey Jenkins
7 years ago
Now You Know: Pirate Drinks

"Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!", well, not really. It turns out that pirate drinks were a little more complex than that. The origin and aspects of pirate drinks turn out to be an interesting piece of world history.

Lifestyle
by EllenAlanna
9 years ago
Making Christmas Pudding

Christmas in Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales always encludes a Christmas Pudding in Christmas Hampers. Whipped cream and Hot Custard are the Puddings toppings. There are also the butters that go on the side or on the top when the pudding is served hot. Depending on...

Lifestyle
by Lynsuz
8 years ago
Pineapple Carrot Cake with Butter Rum Frosting

    Easy to make homemade cake. The carrots and pineapple keep this awesome cake moist. The rum icing tops it all off. Ingredients for cake; 2-cups all-purpose flour 1/2-teaspoons baking soda 1-teaspoon baking powder 1-teaspoon salt 2-teaspoons ground cinnamon 1-3/4-cups white granulated sugar 1-cup vegetable oil 3-eggs 1-teaspoon vanilla extract 1-1/2-cups finely grated carrots 1-cup flaked unsweetened coconut 1-cup chopped...

by Hobartian
10 years ago
How To Make Thick Eggnog, George Washington Style

Back in his heyday, President George Washington concocted his own version of the classic seasonal beverage, eggnog which is known to date back as far as the early eighteenth century. It has obscure origins, perhaps developed by the French, the British or the early pioneers of...

Lifestyle
by Lynsuz
9 years ago
Christmas Candy Recipes

Make homemade Christmas candy to indulge your sweet tooth or delight friends with gifts of these scrumptious homemade candies. Caramelized Pecans

Caramelized...

Lifestyle
by tRex
11 years ago
How-To Make a Classic Strawberry Daiquiri

What was originally a lightly sweetened Cuban creation for a hot sunny day has turned into an overly sweetened American abomination! When people think of a Daiquiri they immediately think of an ultra sweet strawberry blended rum cocktail. The original Daiquiri actually was strictly lime based and...

Lifestyle
by rspears01
9 years ago
Christmas Fruitcake Recipe and History

Christmas Fruitcake           The dreaded fruitcake, oh how we detest it. Yet it seems to be such a cornerstone to the Christmas holiday that no matter how many parodies are made or...

Travel & Places
by jwanderaas
6 years ago
Luau Maui

Attending a Luau in Maui is a must for all visitors. The Old Lahaina Luau in Maui is one of the most popular Luaus in all of Hawaii. The event is perfect for family or a couple out on the town. You will eat good, drink lots, and enjoy a beautiful presentation of Luau dancers.

Travel & Places
by R P Davis
6 years ago
Things To Do on Saint Croix, US Virgin Islands

Visiting the U.S. Virgin Islands? Come to Saint Croix, where there's plenty to do!

Travel & Places
by Jeni
9 years ago
Carnival Cruise Destiny

The Carnival Cruise Destiny sails from Miami, Florida 14 18Cruising Capital of the World. 19 At one time, the Carnival Cruise Destiny was the largest passenger ocean liner in the world. While she 19s since lost her acclaimed title, she 19s no less a beauty, and she 19s worth your travel money and time to experience one of her voyages.

Lifestyle
by Sunamun
8 years ago
Eggnog - A Holiday Tradition Good Any Time of the Year

Eggnog is a drink that is not just for the holidays, but a delectable beverage that can be had any time of the year.

Lifestyle
by Lynsuz
9 years ago
How to Make Caribbean Pepper Steaks

First off, let me say, peppercorns are not all the same. Green peppercorns have a crisp bite. Black peppercorns are rich in oils and white peppercorns are aromatic.

When combining the peppercorns with...

History
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Boston Molasses Flood Disaster of 1919

The strange and unusual is never very far from the surface of history’s tragedies.  Boston, Massachusetts, witnessed a wall of brown sweetness swallowing a large chunk of its industrial waterfront in what has to be the only incident of its kind – a food substance responsible for the suffocating and crushing deaths of almost two dozen people.

Lifestyle
by HLesley
4 years ago
Travel & Places
by EV38
9 years ago
A Guide to Vacationing in Cuba

As someone who has been to Cuba 4 times since 2008, I know Cuba is an excellent place to go to for vacation. It is always warm, relatively cheap and a very safe place to be. It gives you a chance to live life by a warm beach on...

Beauty
by LPerry
9 years ago
Ralph Lauren Pure Turquoise Perfume Review

The most positive attributes about this fragrance are the unique combination of perfume notes. This perfume is very different from anything else on the perfume market. The combination of unusual perfume notes combined with very modern and contemporary packaging make Pure Turquoise a stand-out fragrance for women. This...

Lifestyle
by Fran5050
6 years ago
Five Gluten-free Fruit Desserts Infused With Alcohol - Alternatives to Mince Pies and Christmas Pudding

Looking for gluten-free desserts to follow a heavy meal? Here are five light and fruity gluten-free desserts, each with an alcoholic twist.

Lifestyle
by Dr_E
7 years ago
Holiday Cocktails Recipes for Festive Celebrations

Halloween and Christmas is a great time to find new holiday cocktail recipes to serve for your party guests. Most of these are pretty simple to make with few ingredients.

Lifestyle
by Lynsuz
9 years ago
Watermelon Pie Recipe

Why throw away the rind of the watermelon when you can make so make things. Like pie, pickles or even stir-fry.

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