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The King’s Cocoa

HomeDrink41 ratingNovember 13, 2015ByThe Daily Meal StaffThis hot chocolate recipe is for adults onlyShutterstock/ Sea WaveWith scotch and ginger liqueur, this adult hot cocoa is fit for a king.This recipe is courtesy of The Cavalier.91Calories Per ServingRelated RecipesIngredients1 1/2 Ounce Great King Street Scotch3/4 Ounces The King& 39;s Ginger Liqueur1 Cup hot cocoaDirectionsAdd first two ingredients into glass.
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What if there was a way to make your favorite fast-food dishes less unhealthy? Try these solutionsBeing advised not to eat fast food for health reasons is by now overly redundant, but what if there were a way to eliminate some of the fat and calories from your cheeseburger? Does one have to go cold turkey from the drive-thru, or is there a way to make a wiser choice the next time you decide to chow down on a Whopper?
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2015 International Chef of the Year: Enrique Olvera

Should you find yourself in Mexico City and decide to ask a handful of people what the best restaurant in town is, the vast majority will tell you Pujol. Pellegrino’s annual ranking of the world’s best restaurants, and is invariably ranked among the top 10 restaurants in all of Latin America on every major list (we named it Mexico’s Best Restaurant).
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How to Cook a Christmas Lamb

Try serving a leg of lamb for Christmas dinner this yearA Christmas leg of lamb is a festive dinner that everyone will enjoy.Christmas dinner is one of the highlights of the holiday season (besides opening presents on Christmas morning). It’s a time for families and friends to come together and enjoy a meal.
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Jason Knibb: Mixing the Classic With the Modern

Nine-Ten’s executive chef cooks regional cuisine with a twistExecutive chef Jason Knibb is known for his modern, fresh cooking style. Knibb, who has worked at Nine-Ten since 2003, gained many awards for the restaurant, including the 2013 Zagat Survey Food Score of 26, 2012 Gayot Top 10 Molecular Restaurants in the U.
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Mini fruit tarts

In a bowl mix the butter with the sugar, add the yolk, lard and mix until everything is incorporated. Add the baking soda in the lemon juice, start kneading, gradually adding flour, knead a homogeneous crust. it is the case) We wrap the crust in food foil and let it cool for about 30 minutes, We spread the dough in a sheet that we cut circles bigger than the shapes, We place the dough in the shapes after which we pricked them with a fork, Fruits (thawed and drained of syrup which leaves it) I mixed them with sugar and starch, Add the fruits in molds and then bake for about 20 minutesIf you liked our recipe & 34; Mini fruit tarts & 34; don't forget to review it.
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