EASTER: A Chocolate Box Filled With Fleur De Sel Caramels

Please, Easter Bunny, bring us one of these! Photo courtesy Charles Chocolates.   Charles Chocolates of San Francisco makes some truly wonderful products. We’re gaga over the melt-in-your-mouth Orange Twigs and the Triple Chocolate Almonds. But for Easter, we must have a Bunny Collection Edible Chocolate Box: a white chocolate box filled with classic fleur…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Rosé Wine & The Best Rosé Tasting Ever

Quick: What’s a rosé wine? It’s a type of wine that gets some of its rosy color from contact with red grape skins, but not enough to qualify it as a red wine. It can be made anywhere in the world, from almost any grape (or a mix of different grapes); it can be made…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Try A Tagine

A tagine (tah-ZHEEN) is a Moroccan stew of vegetables with meat, poultry, fish or seafood. More specifically, it’s a Berber dish from North Africa that is named after the type of earthenware pot in which it is cooked, originally over coals. (A similar dish, tavvas, is made in Cyprus.) There are traditional clay tagines, some…
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PASSOVER: Danny Macaroons

Passover is around the corner, and macaroons are on the menu. The soft, coconut cookies are a delight year-round, but especially appreciated by Passover observers. Made of shredded coconut, sweetened condensed milk, and egg whites—without the flour or leavening that are verboten during this holiday—they happily replace other baked sweets. (They’re gluten-free, too.) Dan Cohen…
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