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October 2021 - Tbirdroadhouse

Month: October 2021

Birthday Cake Glitter Left 6 Kids With Metal Poisoning

  • At least seven cases of heavy metal poisoning have been linked to birthday cakes in recent years.
  • The CDC just released a report about six kids who got upset stomachs after eating a cake dusted with copper-rich powder.
  • Separately, a one-year-old child was exposed to high levels of lead in their own birthday cake.

A Rhode Island birthday party ended in vomiting and diarrhea for six young children who ate a cake sprinkled with inedible rose gold luster dust, according to a new CDC report.

The cake, ordered from a local bakery, was painted with a

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Nigel Slater’s recipe for apple and sultana pastries | Dessert

The recipe

Set the oven at 220C/gas mark 8. Line a baking sheet with parchment. Peel and core 750g of apples, then roughly chop them. Place the pieces in a medium-sized deep saucepan with 2 tbsp of water. Bring them to the boil, then lower the heat and let them cook over a moderate heat for 10-15 minutes, until fluffy. Stir them regularly so they don’t stick. Stir in 75g of sultanas, a half tsp of mixed spice and half a tsp of ground cinnamon and set aside to cool.

Roll 320g of pastry into a rectangle measuring

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How To Use Ready To Drink Cocktails To Throw Memorable Holiday Parties

The return of the holiday swirl means at long last, there’s finally more opportunities for hosting events. But after a year where everyone drank at home alone and got used to what they liked, how can you host events that are sure to please everyone?

Rocco Milano is the founder of On The Rocks, a line of ready-to-drink bottled cocktails. He brings a bartender’s touch to the white-hot ready-to-drink space, with an eye towards delivering classic flavors and approachable cocktails. He offers tips on how to survive hosting

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Food for Raising Healthy Kids

Adding pre-biotics has been shown to improve absorption. Pre-biotics are naturally found in bananas, onions, beets, and garlic. It is important to have a consultation to understand if a child needs supplementation. The diet should suit the child’s health goals. Apart from hygiene and diet parents should also pay special attention to timely vaccination of the child, ensure that it brushes the teeth with fluoride, enforce a regular bedtime (starting in toddlerhood), insist on wearing a helmet, apply sunscreen whenever necessary and invariably use safety straps.

As we understand, kids would be kids, and that’s why they should play hard,

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Simple steps you can take to kick your junk food cravings and eat healthier long term, according to an expert

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  • Quitting junk food isn’t something you can accomplish overnight.

  • Start by cutting out one food or drink that makes you feel out of control.

  • Set an alarm or establish a replacement behavior to get ahead of your regular cravings.

Most processed foods are designed to be addictive – even more so than drugs and alcohol in some cases, award-winning journalist Michael Moss explains in his latest book, “Hooked: Food, Free Will, and How the Food Giants Exploit Our Addictions.”

In “Hooked,” Moss unpacks the insidious ways food companies play to our most basic urges surrounding

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Food News | October 2021

Craft pumpkin beer. Photo: depositphotos

• Happy October! Love it or hate it, if you’re a craft beer fan, one of the most notable of beer seasons – pumpkin beer season – is winding down. If you’re not a pumpkin beer fan, this will probably give you a sigh of relief. If you love them, though, you still have a couple of weeks to enjoy them in season or stock up. Here are two that are made right here in Boulder: Avery Rumpkin and Upslope’s Pumpkin Ale. Rumpkin is intense, with a 16.3% ABV that packs a punch, but it’s

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Decorating a cake with glitter? Check that it’s edible

NEW YORK (AP) — They make cakes and cupcakes sparkle and shine, but popular decorative glitters can contain toxic metals and aren’t always safe to eat.

NEW YORK (AP) — They make cakes and cupcakes sparkle and shine, but popular decorative glitters can contain toxic metals and aren’t always safe to eat.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a report Thursday that the products known as “luster dust” aren’t all meant to be eaten even if they’re labeled “nontoxic.” Some should be used for display only, like on a cake topper that’s removed.

The report cites investigations

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Easy Dessert Recipes That Don’t Require a Mixer

There’s no doubt that mixers — standing and hand-held — have made baking so much easier. But there’s an enticing ease to whipping up a dessert without having to get one out, and without having to wash it afterward. New York Times Cooking has plenty of desserts that require nothing more than a few bowls and some elbow grease. Here are 14 such sweets you can stir up right now.

For this five-star vegan recipe from Ali Slagle, all you need is a saucepan and a wooden spoon or a heatproof spatula. Once those are in hand, it’s simply a

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Countermarketing based on anti-smoking campaigns reduces buying of sugary ‘fruit’ drinks for children

October 28, 2021

Public health messages such as in the image below — designed to reduce parents’ purchases of sugar-sweetened beverages marketed as fruit drinks or children — convinced a significant percentage of parents to avoid those drinks, according to a study by researchers at the University of Washington and the University of Pennsylvania.

This is an example of a message designed to reduce parents’ spending on sugary beverages. Go to Truth About Fruit Drinks for more countermarketing images and content to share on social media

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Ranking the Nutrition of Foods from First to Worst

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Raspberries, along with other fruits, ranked at the top of a new food ranking system. Alexey Dulin/EyeEm/Getty Images
  • Researchers have developed a “Food Compass” that ranks foods from most healthy to least healthy based on nine factors.
  • Fruits and vegetables scored the highest, while processed foods were ranked the lowest.
  • Experts say the system can be used to select foods for your diet based on your individual goals.

Deciding if a food is “good” for you isn’t always easy.

However, researchers from Tufts University in Massachusetts may have just made things easier with the development of a

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