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crisp flake made from corn

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Having eaten Kellogg's cereal since I was a kid, I'm very excited to be featured on boxes of Corn Flakes and Frosted Mini-Wheats this winter," said Ligety.
The authorities concerned in Qatar conducted some sampling of our Corn Flakes products and we have been given to understand that they found unusual odour in them.
The 'Largest Cereal Breakfast Attendance' will take place from 8am-10am, during which breakfasters will be served with a bowl of Corn Flakes.
So Douglas' deal with Kellogg's Corn Flakes might appear a little unusual, but it definitely is not unprecedented.
Asda Corn Flakes These cornflakes retained their crispness at first but two minutes after the milk went in they were starting to get limp.
The advert showed two schoolboys, one of whom ate a bowl of Corn Flakes while the other went without.
I brought the milk and the corn flakes and I had enough money for the scratchcard.
Corn flakes, now the world- famous cereal breakfast flake, actually arrived completely by accident as the brothers racked their brains to come up with a formula for a dull, but life-enhancing, grain-based food.
Hundreds of slimmers from the Rosemary Conley diet and fitness clubs are supporting the Kelloggs Corn Flakes Great Walk 2005 by putting their best feet forward.
From it, we derive foods as varied as popcorn, corn flakes, cornstarch, beer and whiskey, syrup and candy, sweetener for soft drinks, and variations on mush such as polenta, corn bread, and mamaliga.
16-ounce can sweet potatoes or yams 8-ounce can crushed pineapple 1 cup corn flakes
They're Britain's most popular breakfast cereal, so we taste- tested three leading supermarkets' own brand corn flakes to see how best to join the wide awake club
Instead, he harkens back, as the title of the book implies, to the day when many of us were more interested in the toy in the cereal box than the corn flakes.