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Delicious Food Photography

Food is major part of our lifestyle and we constantly search for good delicious recipes or quality restaurants to try out new meals. In the following article we collected the top 20 amazing food photography that will open your appetite even you are not hungry. Enjoy…

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The Food Networkʼs Great Food Truck Race

On August 19, come join the Food Network as it brings back one of your favorite competitive journeys.

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How Many Can you Guess?

We collected and lined up 20 delicious candies and we bet you to recognize all of them.  I best most of visitors tried at least half of them but can’t recognize them easily… For people who are extremely curious just press CRTL+A and check result bellow the photo… Yes, you may now go and grab a snack…


Left to Right; Top to Bottom:

Whatchamacallit, Snickers Almond, 5th Avenue, Butterfinger Crisp

Rolo, Reese’s Fast Break, Oh Henry, Chunky

Almond Joy, 3 Musketeers Dark, Snickers, Milky Way/Mars

100 Grand, Reese’s Wipps, Caramello, Payday

Mounds, Baby Ruth, Charelston Chew, Caramel Big Kit Kat

Santa Cruz Organic Sweet Deeds Society

Santa Cruz Organic has been feeding America right. Starting today, consumers are invited to join Santa Cruz Organic in its celebration of good food and positive giving. Get involved, and learn that sometimes giving is its own reward, and sometimes just getting involved can put you in a spot to win fabulous prizes!

With its launch of the Sweet Deed Society, Santa Cruz Organic is giving you the chance to celebrate good deeds and help donate 160,000 meals to feeding America. Get involved, by going to www.facebook.com/santacruzorganic, and you can win a beach vacation and other prizes.

Its simple. Go to the facebook page, and nominate a friend who has done a good deed. For each daily sweet deed nomination submitted, Santa Cruz Organic will donate five dollars to Feeding America. By donating, you can be one of the lucky participants to win weekly prizes of one of two beach vacations awarded as a $3,500 check. [Read more…]