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Scotland’s Gin Renaissance New recipes

Scotland’s Gin Renaissance

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, and the people of Scotland were drunk on their favorite alcohol. No, it wasn’t whisky. In the early 1700s, Scotland was in the midst of the Gin Craze, a period when gin was the most popular drink in the country. Though today Scotland is synonymous with whisky, that wasn’t always the case.

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Decadent Thanksgiving Desserts Unusual recipes

Decadent Thanksgiving Desserts

The best fellowship occurs when sharing great food together. They& 39;re holiday-pretty and wonderfully indulgent, giving you a full blast of flavor and satisfaction. When the turkey, gravy, stuffing, and sides are all consumed and put away, bring out one (or more) of these show-stopping Thanksgiving desserts.

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Pumpkin and eggplant fans & pasta bows New recipes

Pumpkin and eggplant fans & pasta bows

- Wash, cut the zucchini in half (depending on its size) then slice along.- The eggplant is peeled and cut in the same way as the zucchini. Sprinkle with lemon juice (not to oxidize) and put on the hot grill (possibly greased with a little oil) .- Roast the tomatoes in hot water, peel, cut into rounds and set aside in a bowl.

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Chocolate candies with cherries New recipes

Chocolate candies with cherries

Melt the chocolate in a bain-marie, add the sour cream and mix until smooth. Take it off the heat and add (butter, for those who are not on a diet) cocoa, orange peel and ness and mix well. Leave to cool. I put the bowl in the fridge for about 30 minutes. Then balls are made (it's a bit sticky cream and you do the same!

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Herb-Rubbed Chicken Under a Brick Unusual recipes

Herb-Rubbed Chicken Under a Brick

How to Make ItStep 1Preheat a gas grill to medium (about 400°F) on one side, or push hot coals to one side of a charcoal grill. Combine first 7 ingredients in a small bowl.Step 2Place chicken, breast side down, on a cutting board. Using poultry shears, cut along both sides of backbone; remove backbone.

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