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Montego Mule

Justin Golash’s homage to drinking on the beach in Jamaica uses a recipe for ginger beer that was his introduction into craft bartending. “It’s a great summer slushie because the heat from the ginger and ancho powder contrasts against the bright acidity of the lime juice, giving a very refreshing flavor,” says the lead bartender of Washington, D.
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Piggy Rolls

These aren& 39;t any ordinary rolls. These piggy rolls will make your kids squeal!MORE+LESS-1can (11 oz) Pillsbury™ refrigerated French breadHide Images2Place some flour on a surface and roll out the bread dough until desired thickness.3Using a biscuit cutter or glass, cut circles in the dough for the pig heads.
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America's Bitterest Brews Slideshow

120 Minute IPA, Dogfish Head Craft Brewed AlesTo create this extreme elixir, the Delaware brewery (founder Sam Calagione is the star of the Discovery Channels & 34;Brew Masters& 34;) uses heaps of hops during the brewing process, then ages it for several more months with even more hops. The result: 120 IBUs and a head-spinning 18 percent ABV.
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Best Dirty Rice Recipes

Top Rated Dirty Rice Recipes Dirty rice is a classic New Orleans gutbuster, a big pot of rice combined with a rich and hearty beef gravy. This recipe comes from Isaac Toups, the chef and owner of Toups Meatery and Toups South in New Orleans. The & 39;dirty& 39; part of its name comes from the chopped or ground meats and vegetables mixed into the white rice.
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Raw Seafood-Borne Infection Spreads Throughout New York

Wear gloves to you local Chinatown fish market to avoid this infection.Reports keep coming in of a rare and serious skin infection borne from handling raw seafood that’s spreading throughout New York City’s Chinese and other Asian-American neighborhoods. Infected victims have either handled the raw food with open sores on their hands, or have cut their hands on the shells of shellfish.
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