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48 Hours in Essex, England

Essex: England’s southeasterly county with a dubious reputation for big hair, loud mouths, and gauche behavior. If you’re pondering a London side trip this summer (most Essex towns can be reached in 90 minutes or fewer from the capital), here’s a suggested 48-hour itinerary sure to reveal Essex’s more charming, underrated side.
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Cake with pavesini

Cake recipe with pavesini of 03-08-2012 Updated on 03-08-2018 For this weekend I leave you the ice cream cake with pavesini that I improvised the other afternoon, I would say that for being a dessert made in 20 minutes with what I had at home it's not bad at all don't you think? I made a two-flavor ice cream cake, one layer with chocolate mousse and black cherries, inspired by the black forest cake, and another with cream enriched with praline almonds.
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Cream of red cabbage

Red cabbage veloute recipe from 10-16-2018 The color of this cabbage is undoubtedly scenic, it almost looks like dye has been added to it (which is not true of course), and very inviting!
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Minutes with cubes something fine

Servings: 1 Preparation time: less than 15 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION Minutes with cubes something fine: Something fine, the cubes version, I find it very helpful in the kitchen. The really fine taste helps you to make something effective quickly. Be careful here: P. From a cube of Something Fine I started playing on the plate. What came out, you can see in the photo.
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Oaxacan-Style Peanuts with Chile and Garlic

Ingredients1 Tablespoon olive or vegetable oil4 dried arbol chiles, stemmed and torn into 1-inch pieces8 cloves garlic, peeled and halved24 Ounces (about 4 generous cups) toasted Spanish peanuts (the ones with the skins still on)SaltDirectionsIn a very large (12-inch) skillet, combine the oil, chiles and garlic.
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Millenium Cocktail

Ring in the New Year, or any other occassion, with this beautiful, complex cocktail made with cognac and pineapple juice. MORE+LESS-1oz orange curacao (or triple sec)Flamed orange peel and grated nutmeg for garnish, if desiredHide Images1Pour ingredients into ice-filled cocktail shaker.3Strain into serving glass.
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