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Joanne Weir

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    Tips for How to Make the Best Summer Cocktails

    Bright and refreshing, the margarita, daiquiri, and Negroni are classic drinks that every cocktail lover should know how to make.

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    Classic Negroni

    This ruby-red classic Italian cocktail is pleasantly bitter with a hint of sweetness from the vermouth. Rubbing an orange twist around the rim gives the drink a lovely aromatic note.…

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    Margaritas are often made with an orange liqueur like Cointreau, which can make them very sweet. In this version, though, freshly squeezed lime juice—never bottled—has plenty of citrus flavor, and…

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    This is one of the oldest cocktails in existence, a refreshing blend of citrus, rum, and simple syrup. Straightforward and elegant, it’s a far cry from the familiar frozen version.…

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    Oven-Roasted Sausages with Riesling, Apples, and Pears

    Preparing this dish will fill your home with the most intoxicating aroma ever. The smell alone may be enough to inspire the occasional home cook to prepare dinner on a…

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    Salmon and Spring Vegetables Baked in Paper

    Talk about a pretty package. This salmon is all about its unique presentation, which also conveniently happens to be its cooking method. By wrapping the fish, along with a variety…

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    Oven-Fried Chicken Legs

    This baked version is just as tasty as the traditional fried chicken (if not more delicious) and far less artery clogging. Coating the chicken legs in homemade aïoli (or even…

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    Succotash Salad

    The two essential succotash elements, sweet corn and shelling beans, are joined by green beans, red bell pepper, and zucchini. This light main dish salad is as simple as cooking…

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    Bread Salad with Summer Beans and Feta

    Popular in Italy, panzanella is a refreshing salad made with leftover bread and tomatoes that virtually transports you to the rolling Tuscan hillsides. This recipe changes the classic a bit…

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    Basic Risotto

    The secrets to this ultimate comfort food are to choose a risotto rice (like Arborio) that can absorb large amounts of liquid without turning to mush, add the broth in…

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