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  1. THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL: “How To Make a Courtesan au Chocolat” (by FoxSearchlight)

  2. A CUP OF JO: The Best Bloody Mary You’ll Ever Have
Love bloody marys. They’re perfect for that post-Christmas hangover.  A CUP OF JO: The Best Bloody Mary You’ll Ever Have
Love bloody marys. They’re perfect for that post-Christmas hangover. 
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    A CUP OF JO: The Best Bloody Mary You’ll Ever Have

    Love bloody marys. They’re perfect for that post-Christmas hangover. 

  3. bonappetit:


Chestnuts roasting…in foil, in an oven
(Dan Roman’s Buttery Roasted Chestnuts in Foil shot by Christina Holmes, Bon Appétit, December 2012)


I’ve always been told that chestnuts have to be roasted in sand or they explode (which has happened one seemingly uneventful Christmas Eve). But this… this changes things.  bonappetit:


Chestnuts roasting…in foil, in an oven
(Dan Roman’s Buttery Roasted Chestnuts in Foil shot by Christina Holmes, Bon Appétit, December 2012)


I’ve always been told that chestnuts have to be roasted in sand or they explode (which has happened one seemingly uneventful Christmas Eve). But this… this changes things. 
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    bonappetit:

    Chestnuts roasting…in foil, in an oven

    (Dan Roman’s Buttery Roasted Chestnuts in Foil shot by Christina Holmes, Bon Appétit, December 2012)

    I’ve always been told that chestnuts have to be roasted in sand or they explode (which has happened one seemingly uneventful Christmas Eve). But this… this changes things. 

  4. Roast A Chicken, Make A Salad, Bake A Cake | The Post Social | The Post Social
It’s fascinating that Bon Appétit asks all their assistant and intern candidates to accomplish these three tasks before hiring them!
While they help the magazine gain insight into a person’s cooking abilities, they seem like recipes that everyone should have in their cooking repertoire (recipes are kindly provided at link).  Roast A Chicken, Make A Salad, Bake A Cake | The Post Social | The Post Social
It’s fascinating that Bon Appétit asks all their assistant and intern candidates to accomplish these three tasks before hiring them!
While they help the magazine gain insight into a person’s cooking abilities, they seem like recipes that everyone should have in their cooking repertoire (recipes are kindly provided at link). 
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    Roast A Chicken, Make A Salad, Bake A Cake | The Post Social | The Post Social

    It’s fascinating that Bon Appétit asks all their assistant and intern candidates to accomplish these three tasks before hiring them!

    While they help the magazine gain insight into a person’s cooking abilities, they seem like recipes that everyone should have in their cooking repertoire (recipes are kindly provided at link). 

  5. Behind the Bar: Apothecary (Cardamom Rose Cocktail) | Design*Sponge
Finally found the drink recipe behind the pretty photo:
Cardamom Rose Cocktail: 
Ingredients: 1.5 oz of Hendrick’s gin (this is a rose & cucumber infused gin) .75 oz of Rose syrup (make at home with rose water and simple syrup or buy locally) .25 oz of Fresh lemon juice .75 oz of Fresh grapefruit juice (ruby red preferably) 2 dashes of Peychauds bitters (Peychaud is credited with first creating the cocktail) 1 Cardamom Pod 
Methodology:1) Lightly muddle 1 cardamom pod at the bottom of shaker (not too much muddling or it will overpower the drink)2) Add the rest of the ingredients3) Add ice4) Shake for 20 seconds5) Strain over fresh ice to remove the cardamom pod6) Add a splash of seltzer water7) Garnish with rose petals or fresh lemon wedge (use organic if possible)

    Behind the Bar: Apothecary (Cardamom Rose Cocktail) | Design*Sponge

    Finally found the drink recipe behind the pretty photo:

    Cardamom Rose Cocktail:

    Ingredients:
    1.5 oz of Hendrick’s gin (this is a rose & cucumber infused gin)
    .75 oz of Rose syrup (make at home with rose water and simple syrup or buy locally)
    .25 oz of Fresh lemon juice
    .75 oz of Fresh grapefruit juice (ruby red preferably)
    2 dashes of Peychauds bitters (Peychaud is credited with first creating the cocktail)
    1 Cardamom Pod 

    Methodology:
    1) Lightly muddle 1 cardamom pod at the bottom of shaker (not too much muddling or it will overpower the drink)
    2) Add the rest of the ingredients
    3) Add ice
    4) Shake for 20 seconds
    5) Strain over fresh ice to remove the cardamom pod
    6) Add a splash of seltzer water
    7) Garnish with rose petals or fresh lemon wedge (use organic if possible)

  6. Anthology Magazine | Food   Drink | Food Lover’s Cleanse from Bon Appétit
It’s not an annoying fad diet, it’s a holiday recovery plan by Bon Appetit. Definitely going to try doing this.  Anthology Magazine | Food   Drink | Food Lover’s Cleanse from Bon Appétit
It’s not an annoying fad diet, it’s a holiday recovery plan by Bon Appetit. Definitely going to try doing this. 
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    Anthology Magazine | Food Drink | Food Lover’s Cleanse from Bon Appétit

    It’s not an annoying fad diet, it’s a holiday recovery plan by Bon Appetit. Definitely going to try doing this. 

  7. treatthyself:

    Homemade French Fries

    Recipe

    (via thatkindofwoman)

  8. menofhabit:

helluva recipe

    menofhabit:

    helluva recipe

    (via nickelcobalt)