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Mediterranean Salmon-Burger Pitas

Bring this pita pocket to lunch, or serve for dinnerRecipe Courtesy of Ryan and Sara Hall and Alaska SeafoodMediterranean ingredients like Greek yogurt, Kalamata olives, and olive oil come together in this playful interpretation of a pita sandwich. Using salmon instead of chicken shawarma, or lamb adds omega-3 fatty acids without the saturated fat and oil.
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The Dead Rabbit Coffee Cocktail

Try this twist on the classic Coffee Cocktail, which calls for a pair of Irish spirits.1 oz Brady& 39;s Irish Cream Liqueur1 oz Graham& 39;s Late Bottled Vintage Port1 oz Clontarf Irish whiskey1/2 oz Simple syrup1 Egg2 dashes The Dead Rabbit Orinoco BittersGarnish: fresh grated nutmegAdd all the ingredients to a shaker and fill with ice.
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Cocktail recipes, spirits and local bars

Mini pavlova.

Mix the powdered sugar with the caster sugar. Beat the egg whites with the salt powder, then gradually add the sugar and continue to mix until the meringue stays, then add the vinegar, mix and then add the starch. Homogenize the composition and put it in a poche or use a spoon. In a tray lined with baking paper form meringue circles with slightly higher edges (so that in the middle we have a hole).
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Chrysanthemum

Don’t go looking for gin or whiskey in this century-old classic. Vermouth lands the starring role in a drink that’s light and herbal with a touch of absinthe to sharpen the edges.2 oz Dry vermouth1 oz Bénédictine3 dashes AbsintheGarnish: Orange twistPour ingredients into a mixing glass with ice and stir until cold.
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8 Reasons You Haven’t Uncorked That Bottle—and Why You Should

Maybe it’s a Chianti Classico only available in a winery you toured during a dream trip to Tuscany. Or a cult cabernet from a boutique vineyard in Napa that a relative gave you for a milestone birthday. Or a splurge purchase after an unexpected work bonus. Whatever the situation, there’s a good chance you have a bottle gathering dust on your shelf that you haven’t yet been able to bring yourself to uncork.
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