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MADE WITH SPICELY: Saffron + Kumquats

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This week on Made With Spicely, we would like to introduce you to Saffron + Kumquats, a recipe subscription service! Saffron + Kumquats makes it fun and easy to cook around the world in the comfort of your own kitchen with a monthly subscription box!.  Each month features a different cuisine from around the globe, with sample ingredients and recipe cards - you will be guided to cook up dishes like Rasta Rub Pork Chops With Mango Salsa and Chicken Tsukune. Saffron + Kumquats chose to partner with Spicely because it was important for them to source high-quality, unique spices....

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National Fries Day

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  Oh, the amazing potato in its most glorious form: the French Fry. But did you know that there are records of fries as early as the late 17th century? In a region in Belgium called Meuse Valley, it was very common for the people to fry up small fish as a staple. But in the winter, the river froze up and they couldn’t get any fish, so they decided to fry up the next best thing: potatoes! The rest is history. Since then fries have gone everywhere in the world; most country has their own regional version of it....

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Happy Fathers Day from Spicely!

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Why not say thanks by cooking Dad up something delicious! Whether it's breakfast in bed or a hearty family meal, you make it - he'll love it.      

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National Egg Day

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  June 3rd is National Egg Day! In celebration of this wonderful protein, we thought that we should share some trivia with you. 1 Large-sized egg supplies 12.6% of the Daily Reference Value (DRV) for protein. To tell if an egg is raw or hard-boiled, spin it. A raw egg will wobble while a hard boiled egg will spin evenly. The U. S. produces 75 billion eggs annually - about 10% of the world’s egg supply. The first records of domesticated chickens are from 600 BC Europe, on Corinthian pottery. There is no nutritional difference between white, blue, or brown eggs!...

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