TIP OF THE DAY: Stone Fruit Sangria

[1] Make sangria with rose and summer’s stone fruits (photo courtesy Saveur). [2] We use San Pellegrino’s Aranciata Rossa, a sparkling blood orange soft drink (photo courtesy San Pellegrino).   We’re at the height of stone fruit season, so what’s with the apples and pears? Make a stone fruit sangria, and make it even more…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Easy Ice Cream Or Frozen Yogurt Pie

It’s easy to scoop out ice cream or frozen yogurt for a quick dessert. But it’s almost as easy to turn that frozen pint into a dazzling pie (photo #1). It’s as easy as buying a cookie crust and a couple of pints of your frozen dessert of choice. In the recipe below, we provide…
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RECIPE: Fortune Cookie Cocktail

For National Fortune Cookie Day, July 20th, the perfect drink. Make it with vodka or rum: The choice is yours. Ganbei!   RECIPE: FORTUNE COOKIE COCKTAIL Ingredients Per Drink 2 tablespoons/1 ounce vanilla vodka (substitute plain vodka), rum or spiced rum 2 tablespoons/1 ounce amaretto liqueur 2 tablespoons/1 ounce Irish cream liqueur 1/2 cup ice…
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FOOD HISTORY: The Lollipop

[1] Artisan lollipops from Quevanna. [2] European lollipop art (photo courtesy Williams-Sonoma). [3] Taking lollipops to the next level: art. From MolassesCandy.Blogspot.   July 20th is National Lollipop Day. According to the National Confectioners Association, eating sugar from a stick likely dates to prehistoric man, who licked honey off the stick he used to scrape…
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