A young woman with dark hair is photographed wearing an elaborate sweet sixteen dress. The dress is white, and skims the tiled floor that the woman is standing on. It has several ruffles in the middle of the skirt.
This adorable baby looks surprised as she peeks through the bars of her white crib! The bumper pad around the inside edges of the crib features delicate lavender piping and sweet flowers, making it perfect for a little girl's nursery.
Raspberries are a composite fruit which is red in color and both sweet and tart. They are traditionally available in mid-summer. This site features helpful information about growing and using raspberries.
An interesting photographic angle shows a tennis player in action. As the ball bounces toward the strike zone, the player pulls his racquet back, ready to swing. When the ball strikes the sweet spot of the racquet, it will be propelled over the net.
A close-up view of chocolate chips is clustered on a white background, ready to be used for fresh-baked cookies. There are few foods as beloved as sweet, tasty, chocolate chip cookies. Take a bite and enjoy the satisfying crunch.
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.
How delightfully French and gourmet these copper pots look! Every chef would appreciate the variety of sizes for cooking every kind of imaginable dish. Some pots are large enough to boil water; others are ideal for steaming vegetables.
A young woman in bed peeks from behind a warm down comforter. There is nothing as soothing and cozy on a cold night than a fluffy, down comforter. Pull it up over you, snuggle into bed, and let sweet dreams begin.
Juul announced Friday that it will pull its sweet flavors like mint, mango and creme brulee from online stores after removing them from brick-and-mortar stores in an attempt to 'regain trust' from the FDA.
Daily Mail. Thu, 17 Oct 2019 19:42:15 GMT.
Using optogenetic and chemogenetic techniques, researchers have identified brain circuits underlying hunger-induced changes in the preferences for sweet and aversive tastes in mice. ...
Science Daily. Wed, 16 Oct 2019 10:42:54 EDT.
Cooking up a plan for success: 11-year-old twins make extra cash for their future cars and college education, by starting a sweet treat business for dogs and birds.
Juan Beltran. ABC News. Tue, 15 Oct 2019 14:34:18 +0000.