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Is the Canada 150 commemorative Canada Dry can un-Canadian?

Many are calling it a shameful oversight — the exclusion of Indigenous languages from a Canada Dry commemorative can of pop.

The popular brand of ginger ale is releasing souvenir cans honoring the… 254 more words

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Pepsi Max Ginger

SOMETIMES rules are meant to be broken. As it says in our bio, we only review things that say new or limited edition on the packaging or the cardboard it sits in on the shelves. 140 more words

New Food

3 Ways to Score your Dream Internship

For many students, right now is crunch time to find an internship for the summer. I have had a few great internships during my time at MSU and here is how I got each of them. 448 more words

Betterment

One of My New Favorite Whiskey Cocktails

It’s a Frankenstein concoction. A bunch of ingredients together which you probably would not normally mix. But when you’re bored and have time to experiment, why not throw it all together and see how it tastes? 198 more words

Drinks & Cocktails

This Week in Food History - 03/13/2017

March 13 is National Ginger Ale Day. Ginger Ale is a fairly young beverage. Its predecessor, ginger beer, was indeed an alcoholic beverage consumed in England in the 1800’s. 718 more words

Food Facts & Lore

Wilshire Blvd. at Western Ave.

Image: P. 54, Signs of the Times (signmakers’ trade magazine), May 1939

“…one of the highest points of outdoor circulation in the United States.” They should know.

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Today in Food History

Also, on this day in 1914 John James McLaughlin died (born March 2, 1865). Canadian chemist and pharmacist, founder of Canada Dry soft drink brand. 37 more words

Today In Food History