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Getting Past Pesto to Re-Imagine Basil

Getting Past Pesto to Re-Imagine Basil

| August 21, 2013 | 1 Comment

Basil is a mega-celebrity of the herb world. But if it had a choice, it might prefer to be recognized for its work in lesser-known cuisines and recipes (the indie films and off-Broadway plays, if you will), where it shines in a different way and brings a new dimension to food.

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Strawberry and Mint Mojito (Made with Beer)

Strawberry and Mint Mojito (Made with Beer)

| July 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

Made with fresh strawberries, American blonde ale and agave nectar…this mojito is anything but ordinary. It’s fresh, bright and bound to be a classic.

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Mojito Coast

Mojito Coast

| February 23, 2007 | 4 Comments

The other night, I was having dinner at Boulevard with two friends who do not drink. One friend commented, “You know one of the things I regret about not drinking? I missed the mojito.” Missed the mojito. How can anyone miss the mojito? It’s everywhere. Everywhere. I examined the tables around us and noticed glasses […]

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