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Bangkok Flip

Bangkok Flip

This recipe is a fun, tropical substitute for classic eggnog. Tamarind paste is commonly found in Asian and Latin markets, but equal parts lime juice and honey work well as a replacement. Garnish with a dusting of cinnamon, if desired. Ingredients: 1 13.5-oz.can full-fat coconut milk, chilled overnight in refrigerator 4 oz. white rum or… 

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Creamy Avocado Milkshake

Creamy Avocado Milkshake

I have been craving ice cream and milkshakes lately.  Most likely because as a girl who grew up in the Midwest, June signifies the beginning of summer to me; warm weather, baseball games and the ice cream man.  I grew up in a small town called Waterford, just south of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and fortunately the… 

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My Darling Clementhyme

My Darling Clementhyme

Simple syrup, a common cocktail ingredient, is nothing more than equal parts water and sugar. Herbs, citrus, and spices can be added to the syrup to liven up holiday drinks. To make a virgin version of this drink, substitute sparkling wine with seltzer. Ingredients 1 cup sugar 11 thyme sprigs, divided 1 bottle sparkling wine,… 

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Louise Leonard - Miso Potatoes

Miso Sweet Potatoes

I love sweet potatoes and yams but I’ve never understood the need to make them any sweeter than they already are.  The traditional candied yams during the holidays are lost on me, as is the casserole topped with marshmallows, though I’m sure many of you reading this think I’m crazy for feeling this way.  I… 

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