FOOD HISTORY: The History Of Toasting To Your Health

https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/toasting-drinking-toast-bread-origin?
http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2013/05/the-origin-of-toasting-drinks/
https://blog.ehl.edu/gastronomy-culture-the-origin-of-the-toast
https://ukbarcode.wordpress.com/2015/03/20/clink-cheers-bottoms-up-the-origins-of-toasting/
https://www.farmersalmanac.com/why-do-we-say-cheers-30416
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toast_(honor)

TIP OF THE DAY: Bloody Mary Garnishes

[1] Surf & Turf Bloody Mary with bacon and shrimp from The Wayfarer in New York City. They call it “Fully Loaded,” with a celery stalk and a cocktail pick with cheese, olive and cocktail onion (photo © The Wayfarer). [2] The Hanako San Bloody Mary features an octopus tentacle and a skewer of raw…
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RECIPE: Cranberry Eggnog

[1] Eggnog was originally served in a four-ounce cup, called a nog (photo and recipe © Whole Foods Market). It’s the size of a modern punch cup. [2] We like a grated nutmeg garnish on eggnog. You can substitute grated chocolate. (photo © McCormick). [3] If you want to serve a nibble with the nog,…
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