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Smucker is selling the unit that includes Funfetti cupcakes and Pillsbury cinnamon rolls to private-equity firm Brynwood Partners for $375 million, including debt, a sum substantially less than the $840 million the unit cost Smucker in 2004.
For example, Nebraska will occasionally break out chili and cinnamon rolls, which is a combination people in Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas eat together.
Students who meet their weekly reading goals get complimentary pizza and cinnamon rolls from Slim & Husky’s.
Dez’s dessert joins a growing list of frozen confections inspired by the Eastern Mediterranean, like the booza served in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and the cinnamon-honey ice cream with bits of baklava at the new Ample Hills outpost in Astoria, Queens.
Several younger grizzlies, along with some black bears and a cinnamon, were chained off to the side.
Grate fresh cinnamon on top, garnish with mint springs and a cinnamon stick.
Its popular Sunday brunch included waffles with apple compote, maple salted caramel and cinnamon cream.
In a separate bowl, combine mayonnaise, sugar, pepper, celery seed and cinnamon.
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Cinnamon is a spice produced from a bushy evergreen tree of the laurel family. The tree is native to Sri Lanka, India, and Burma and cultivated in South America and the West Indies for the spice, which is prepared from its dried inner bark. The light-brown spice has a delicately fragrant aroma and warm, sweet flavor. It was once more valuable than gold. The oil is distilled from bark fragments for use in food, liqueur, drugs, and perfume.
Origin and Etymology of cinnamon
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Definition of cinnamon for English Language Learners
: a sweet spice made from the bark of an Asian tree and used in cooking and baking
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