FOOD HOLIDAY: Peking Duck Day

Today is Peking Duck Day. We’ll be running out to our favorite Chinese restaurant for the real deal, which we’ve been enjoying since childhood. Ask what our favorite Chinese dish is: The answer is Peking Duck. To make Peking Duck, a whole duck is roasted to crisp perfection. Then, an experienced maitre d’ slices it…
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CHINESE NEW YEAR: Special Chocolates For The Year Of The Tiger

If you forgot to send Valentine’s Day chocolate to someone special, or need a reciprocal gift, you’ve got an “out.” You can still celebrate 4708, the Chinese Lunar New Year (February 14 to 28th). It’s the Year of the Tiger. Moon cakes are traditional, but few people would choose them over Burdick Chocolate’s exquisite chocolates…
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RECIPE: Ginger Joy Cocktail For New Year’s Eve

Looking for a special cocktail for New Year’s Eve? We love both Grey Goose La Poire pear-flavored vodka and Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur. They’ve been combined into one special cocktail with perfect holiday flavors that bring Ginger Joy to good (adult) girls and boys. Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur is a stunning complement to…
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GIFTS: Inexpensive Chocolate & Caramel Delights

Indulge someone with indulge caramels. Photo by Hannah Kaminsky | THE NIBBLE. If your friends and family like chocolate, take a peek at seven of our favorite gourmet chocolate and caramel gift picks under, all $15.00. There’s something for everyone, from hot and spicy chocolate to “cocktail cups”—a chocolate Margarita rimmed with salt—to chocolate bars…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Deck The Table

This tree can be eaten after the holidays. Photo courtesy of MiniatureChristmasTrees.com. Pretty topiary “Christmas trees” made of rosemary, a foot high or slightly taller, are available at florist shops and Christmas tree lots. (The one in the photo stands 18″ tall, including the festive base.) Use them to decorate tables and add fragrance to…
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