George Washington would approve of hot chocolate on a cold winter's day.
December 5, 2011 George Washington drank spiced hot chocolate for breakfast, according to a new cookbook. His version was often seasoned with new-world flavors like chili powder, vanilla, and allspice, creating a complex concoction — richer and less sweet than its modern day counterpart.
November 5, 2007 Historian Joseph Ellis is back, this time with a flock of founding fathers.
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