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The Daily Dish: April 15, 2016 New recipes

The Daily Dish: April 15, 2016

Dishing out the latest and greatest in food newsLearn more about what is hot and trending in the world of food and drink.I’m Brian Sheehan; this is The Daily Meal’s Daily Dish, the place where we highlight everything that’s trending in the world of all things food and drink.Disney World used to be pretty tight-fisted about serving alcohol to guests, but now even the Magic Kingdom has a beer and wine menu.

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White Wine Sangria Traditional recipes

White Wine Sangria

Drop-in guests? No problem! 10 minutes is all it takes to prepare this celebratory drink.MORE+LESS-Updated February 12, 20181cup orange-flavored liqueur or orange juice1cup vodka or lemon-lime carbonated beverage2medium peaches or nectarines, thinly sliced, slices cut into half1medium orange, thinly sliced, cut in half if desired1bottle (750 ml) dry white wine, nonalcoholic white wine or white grape juice, chilled (3 1/2 cups)1bottle (1 liter) club soda, chilled (4 cups)Hide Images1In half-gallon glass or plastic pitcher, stir sugar, orange liqueur and vodka until sugar is dissolved.

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Shawarma New recipes


We clean the potatoes, wash them, cut them and fry them in the heated oil, take them out on an absorbent napkin, cut the chicken breast into thin slices and season them with spices for the chicken, cover and leave for about 15 minutes, then fry in a little oil. or in a grill pan, Take out on an absorbent napkin, let it cool then cut into strips, Cut the cabbage into strips, add salt and mix well, add oil and vinegar to taste, mix well, Heat the glue a little, grease it with garlic sauce, add cabbage salad, finely chopped onion, french fries, pieces of chicken breast, tomato slices, cucumbers, Roll as tight as possible and at one end wrap with cling film and then serve.

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Arnaud’s Sunday Brunch: A Legendary New Orleans Tradition New recipes

Arnaud’s Sunday Brunch: A Legendary New Orleans Tradition

In a city steeped with excellent Sunday brunches, one New Orleans restaurant is more synonymous with the meal than any other: Arnaud’s. Currently celebrating its hundredth year in business, the venerable establishment has a reputation for being the rare upscale, fine-dining restaurant that’s also a whole lot of fun, and that’s never more apparent than in the late morning and early afternoon hours of Sunday, when the sun shines in from Bienville Street, well-dressed crowds fill the tables to celebrate birthdays or nothing at all, and a roaming jazz band serenades the room.

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13 Most Romantic Food Vacations in America Slideshow New recipes

13 Most Romantic Food Vacations in America Slideshow

The Culinary Institute of America, St. Helena, CAFor couples who love to cook together and have a strong desire to hone their culinary skills, a weekend (or even a week) in beautiful St. Helena, Calif., at the Culinary Institute of America is a perfect getaway. The CIA offers an array of boot camp classes for couples on a variety of topics like French cuisine, Asian cuisine, and Mediterranean cuisine that explore the ingredients, flavor profiles, and cooking techniques of the different regions.

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Buckwheat Flour Recipes New recipes

Buckwheat Flour Recipes

Ciao a tutti sono Misya, ovvero Flavia Imperatore, ho 34 anni, sposata con Ivano e mamma di Elisa, sono napoletana,amante dei viaggi, del buon cibo e dell& 39;ottima compagnia.

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