Monthly Archives: November 2013

Christmas, Human Sacrifice and Chocolate

What would Christmas be without chocolate? I, for one, like to begin my Christmas morning seeking out my favorite chocolates from the numerous See’s Candy boxes lying around my parents’ house, for breakfast. Don’t tell my parents. The word chocolate originates from … Continue reading

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Deadly Dessert

While doing a bit of research for the piece on Victorian era “Murder Bottles,” I happened across the fantastic, Come Step Back In Time blog. The blog is written by historian Emma Muscat, who is also working on a project … Continue reading

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Texas Sheet Cake

Erin Pack-Jordan coaches Debate and teaches Mythology in SLC. She previously worked at the Texas State Historical Association. When not researching delicious funeral desserts, she enjoys baseball, live music, and attempting to visit all 50 states. Catch her on Twitter … Continue reading

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