Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes

Desa's Dishes

A few weeks ago I made an offhand comment in…well, a comment about making these cupcakes as a way to spit in the eye of all my friends with dietary restrictions.  This recipe has animal products, refined sugar, alcohol, gluten…pretty much everything you need to cut people out of dessert time except for nut allergies.  The comment was born out of break-up aggravation and anger, and I figured channeling that through defiant cupcake baking was more productive than lashing out or boring my friends.  Also, it was my sister-in-law’s early birthday celebration the same weekend and she loves these, so win win!  In fact, I first made these when we went bridesmaids’ dress shopping for her wedding two years ago.  Cupcakes + prewedding diets = still totally delicious.

Irish car bombs are a pint of Guinness with a shot of Bailey’s Irish Cream dropped in them and chugged before the…

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The Golden Rule of J. C. Penney

J.C. Penney a true shopping story:

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Myself By T.V. Antony Raj

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If you are living in America or visited US, I am sure you would have shopped at JCPenney at some time or other. J. C. Penney Company, Inc., commonly known as JCPenney is a chain of American mid-range department stores based in Plano, Texas.

On April 14, 1902, when he was 27 years old,  James Cash Penney  began his career in retail management when he opened his first store in Kemmerer, Wyoming, in partnership with Guy Johnson and Thomas Callahan. He named it “The Golden Rule.”  In fact, when Penney opened his first several stores they were called that. Two more stores were created with his participation.

In 1907, when Johnson and Callahan dissolved their partnership, Penney purchased full interest in all three locations.

By following rigid economies and selling for cash, Penney made substantial profits and eventually established a chain of such stores.

By 1912, Penney had 34 Golden Rule stores in…

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