There is nothing quite like a warm, gooey chocolate chip cookie straight from the oven unless, of course, you have a warm, gooey chocolate chip cookie with a tall glass of cold milk!
This dairy products page comprises information about dairy products such as milk, cream, and cheese, and the dairy farms that produce them. A photograph of a dairy cow is included on the page.
An assortment of dark and milk chocolate, drizzled with white and dark chocolate, is nestled in a gourmet food basket. Reach in and pick out the chocolate that appeals to you, knowing that the interior filling will be a surprise.
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Varied color rose petals fill a white, pressed glass basket for a flower girl to carry down the aisle. Glass requires more care and is best suited to an older flower girl, but it makes a unique presentation container.
A heart-shaped wicker basket is filled with unwrapped white, dark, and milk chocolate bars, as well as an assortment of wrapped candies. The festive red ribbon adorning the basket indicates that this special gift basket will be given to a loved one.
Chocolate chip cookies remind us of our childhood and are loved by just about everyone. Delicious chocolate chip cookies make an ideal after-school snack or any-time treat.
Picture of a chocolate shop sign. Chocolate is made from the bean of the cocoa tree, and is a favorite treat for many, with milk chocolate and dark chocolate being the two most popular varieties.
A delicious dessert with chocolate and whipped cream is displayed in elegant dessert glasses, atop a red tablecloth. A wicker chair with a chocolate brown pillow waits for someone to sit down and enjoy this yummy treat.
Cricket, the pet opossum, was captured on video munching on Fruit Loops with her owner and lapping up some of the milk from the bowl of cereal. The moment took place in Florida.
Daily Mail. Thu, 12 Apr 2018 18:55:24 +0100.
On a growing number of dairy farms, cows, not people, decide when they need to be milked. Robots can do the job day or night. For some farm families, the robots free them from rigid milking schedules.
Dan Charles. NPR. Sat, 07 Apr 2018 08:11:00 -0400.