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Anniversary Punch The best recipes

Anniversary Punch

Anniversary Punch Recipe Ingredients1 package (15-ounce) frozen strawberries in sugar, thawed2 teaspoons grated lime peel1 750-ml bottle Pinot Noir1 750-ml bottle Sauternes1 750-ml bottle dry ChampagneRecipe PreparationCombine strawberries, lime peel, and lime juice in saucepan. Simmer together 10 minutes; put through food mill or sieve.

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Parmesan-Roasted Cauliflower The best recipes

Parmesan-Roasted Cauliflower

Parmesan-Roasted Cauliflower Recipe The combination of meaty, caramelized, roasted cauliflower florets and some just-this-side-of-burnt onions has become our go-to winter side dish recipe.Ingredients1 head cauliflower, cut into florets4 garlic cloves, unpeeledKosher salt and freshly ground black pepperRecipe PreparationPreheat oven to 425°.

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9 Tips for Decorating Your Thanksgiving Table New recipes

9 Tips for Decorating Your Thanksgiving Table

Host a festive Thanksgiving dinner with these tipsMake your Thanksgiving dinner table stand out with these tips.Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and now is the perfect time to begin planning your menu and getting your dining room prepared for the biggest holiday feast of the year. Are you planning a formal dinner or going totally informal?

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An Artist’s Plate: Remembering What the Late, Great David Bowie Loved to Eat New recipes

An Artist’s Plate: Remembering What the Late, Great David Bowie Loved to Eat

In his earlier years, Bowie’s diet was peculiar and centered on cocaine: later his favorite was shepherd’s pieWikimedia CommonsMake a shepherd’s pie while listening to Ziggy Stardust in his honor tonight.The music world suffered a devastating blow this past weekend with the death of the colorful, quirky, and hugely influential rock legend, David Bowie.

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The Truth Behind Sichuan-Style Noodles New recipes

The Truth Behind Sichuan-Style Noodles

Like most Americans, when it came to Chinese food, I grew up eating basic Cantonese fare, which had morphed into American-Chinese cuisine. You know what I& 39;m talking about: friend rice, egg foo young, chow mein, chop suey, etc. I recall that in the Rivera family (as in probably every other family at the time), Friday night we would trudge to Chinatown and go to the Hong Fat Restaurant on Mott Street and order our perennial favorites: the aforementioned fried rice, baby spareribs, Cantonese noodles, chow fun, and (on special occasions) lobster in garlic sauce.

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Cake with chocolate mousse and nuts New recipes

Cake with chocolate mousse and nuts

In a bowl put 100 g of caramelized sugar. When it starts to brown, pour 200 ml of cold water (watch out for steam!) And let it melt. From the resulting syrup we will use 3 tablespoons on the counter, and the rest for the syrup. We separate the eggs. We mix the egg whites well together with a pinch of salt.

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