spicy chickpea stew at The Kitchen
The new rules of cocktails, via The Food Section. Gosh, I love these rules.
Paulaâ€™s Pot Roast at What’s for Dinner Gina.
at Ask Metafilter:
Help me replicate my beloved Miami cafe con leche.
I’m searching for recipes from the future of the past.
What’s your fave eggnog?
Help me make the most of my new Le Creuset Dutch oven.
’tis the season for hot alcoholic drinks
I’ve been introduced to Trader Joe’s Spicy Black Bean Dip and I absolutely love it; problem is that I live in Canada and can’t buy it! So, I’ve decided the best alternative is to make it.
· comments  · 12-4-2007 · categories:drink · food ·
// Dec 7, 2007 at 1:56 pm
Thanks for the link, Megan!
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