An welchen Maschinen wurden Bonbons damals gefertigt? Genau das sehen Sie im Bonbon Museum Vaihingen/Enz. Von der Entstehung bis zur maschinellen Fertigung von heute. Alles wird hier ausführlich erklärt.
Credit the Candy Wrapper Museum: A Hippy Sippy candy "syringe." Perhaps the most inappropriate candy of all time, it was released in 1968 by R. L. Albert. Each syringe came with one of ten groovy pins with slogans like "I'll Try Anything" and "Sock It To Me, Baby." It was met with swift and loud protest by outraged parents and was soon removed from shelves. Due to this, it's ultra-rare today.
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Charcoal 'My Life is a Country Song' Maternity Tee
Nothing puts the fun into raising funds like an old-fashioned bake sale. From couture cupcakes to cookie pops, brownies, macaroons and more, this delicious collection has everything you need to whip up tempting treats. Sturdy pans ensure tasty results, premium tools make prep a snap, and treat boxes, wraps and bags of all stripes provide the perfect display.
Rhodes, Greece: The unique mix of Islamic minarets, European buttresses, and pebble-stone mosaic pavements in the ancient city of Rhodes makes it look like a clash of cultures—A Knight's Tale meets a 17th-century Turkish village. Indeed, the town is located at the very heart of the crossroads between the Middle East, Europe, and Africa, and its varied architecture reflects all of those influences. Within the city's thick sandstone and limestone walls, you'll find the Palace of the G...