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Take some time and forethought when making a proper Grasshopper. It’s totally worth it to avoid the neon green mouthwash that is found with most commercial crème de menthe. You’ll need to follow this recipe for the homemade version, which takes a full day to make, before mixing this refreshing and decadent New Orleans original. Read more about Classic New Orleans Cocktails for Mardi Gras.
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Ratatouille
Thin slices of each vegetable allow the flavors to meld completely into a soft, succulent “pie filling” consistency. Serve as an appetizer with Sea Salt Almond Crackers and an earthy red wine. Excerpted from Sheet Pan Paleo (Ulysses Press, 2016) by Pamela Ellgen.
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The Onyx Recipe
Substitute dessert for a drink with Patrón’s coconut-forward cocktail.
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Screwdriver
Everyone should know how to make a screwdriver because it’s delicious and super easy to make.This recipe is courtesy of Liquor.com.
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Martini
The martini is an elegant and timeless choice of drink. Itmay look fancy and sophisticated, but it’s easier to make than you think. To make one, all you need is gin and vermouth. The rest is optional.This recipe is courtesy of Chow Hound. 
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larp
Laab, also known as Larb and Laap, is a northeastern food. It usually eaten as a part of a set (laab, papaya salad and sticky rice.) The set is accompanied by string beans, sliver of cabbage, water spinach and Thai basil. It can be served as an appetizer. It can also be served as a main course along with other non-northeastern food.There are variations of laab, duck laab, chicken laab. Some people like my brother love to include a few pieces of liver in laab.This recipe is courtesy of ThaiTable
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There is nothing better than the sound of a sizzling fajita platter coming to your table at a Mexican restaurant. Full of delicious smoky vegetables, this fajita is served with warm corn tortillas, shredded cheese, salsa, and avocado — this dish just screams deliciousness.
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This halibut recipe from chef Jean Louis reflects the uncomplicated, traditional French cuisine that he delivers at the French restaurant. Perfect for the home cook, it is a simple summer recipe featuring easily-accessible ingredients.
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Unlike the traditional version that uses beer, the modern Jägerbomb calls for the energy drink Red Bull.
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Cosmopolitan Recipe
The Cosmopolitan, or Cosmo to its friends, has a hotly debated history. No one knows for sure how and when the martini variation was invented; some credit the New England coast as its birthplace, while others believe that similar variations were made by numerous independent bartenders in the 1970s, but one thing is for sure…there has been a surge in popularity of the drink since it was a staple on the HBO series Sex and the City. Since then, the Cosmopolitan has maintained a girly reputation, and considering it’s lovely pink hue, it’s not hard to see why. Different variations have different colors, but the Cosmopolitan doesn’t stop being pink at heart. To celebrate the Cosmo in all of its glory, here’s how to make a Cosmopolitan.
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This one ought to be a no-brainer — we add fruit and sugar to our cocktails all the time — but good luck finding a jar of good preserves behind most bars. This really ought to be the next revolution in craft mixology. From sweet berries and apricots to tart orange marmalade, the possibilities for mixing are infinite. Try The Bluegrass, my take on a blueberry summer spritzer.
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Hamburger Recipe
There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned hamburger — so juicy and full of flavor that you don’t even need to add cheese. If you’re a fan of this classic cookout fare, this recipe is for you. It’s simple and delicious. 
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