A Ginjinha: Where to get it and what it is


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Ginjinha or simply Ginja, is a Portuguese liquor made by infusing ginja berries in alcohol (aguardente is used) and adding sugar together with other ingredients. Ginjinha is served in a shot form with a piece of the fruit in the bottom of the cup. It is a favorite liqueur of many Portuguese and a typical drink in Lisbon, Alcobaça and Óbidos.
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The art of creating playful pasta by Linda Miller Nicholson

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Pasta Ninja Linda Miller makes noodle art out of vegetables, herbs, & superfoods. No artificial dyes.

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Amorino: The world of the finest quality gelato

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Created in 2002 by two childhood friends, Amorino delights connoisseurs around the world with its finest quality gelato, which are made according to traditional Italian methods.

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Life’s too short to eat boring food by Jose

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Jose, a young vegan from Lima, Peru, uses his limited free time to make the sweetest dishes we can find on the web. His creations are above and beyond — both beautiful and startling.

We are sure most will say, they are certainly too pretty to eat, however, even if there are calories involved it really doesn’t matter because it’s definitely more than worth it.

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Cleverly use of fruits that create hybrid forms like a mismatched jigsaw puzzle by Yuni Yoshida

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Japanese designer and artist Yuni Yoshida. cleverly uses parts of fruits with different colors and shades to create appetizing hybrid forms like a mismatched jigsaw puzzle.

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Portuguese Egg Tarts: Transport yourself to Lisbon in one bite

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If you've ever been to Portugal, you know that one of the greatest pastries to binge-eat there is the Portuguese egg tart: its crisp, flaky crust holding a creamy custard center, blistered on top from the high heat of an oven.

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All’Antico Vinaio opens pop-up in New York City

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Since 1991, the Mazzanti family has been passionately running the traditional Florentine All'Antico Vinaio, synonymous with quality and typical Tuscan cuisine, nationally and internationally. Located in the Renaissance heart of Florence, a few steps from Piazza della Signoria and the Uffizi Gallery, on Via Neri 65, 74 and 76, All'Antico Vinaio is now a must for anyone seeking a gastronomic journey, with the best typical Tuscan dishes in a festive family atmosphere. And now…. very soon in New York

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Buckwheat Green Eggs

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There is a serious test for one’s creativity and it is called “sick kid at home”. Ever tried to entertain your kid while working regular hours? Thankfully, she did not have a big appetite, because my work would not survive till the photo shoot. These were intensive three days, but it did include some good eating as well. How did I guess that Mia was sick? She did not want to bake a cake. At my home with this particular kid, it raises many questions. I did mention it once or twice, but she makes me bake or cook with her almost each day, sometimes more than once. Each day she tries to push me to prepare a whole birthday party for her with her. So when she said no, I knew there was something wrong.

By Marta Grebe

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Inside Starbucks Roastery, a Sprawling 3-Story Coffee Playpen in Chelsea

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The Starbucks Reserve Roastery — the most luxurious way to get a grande — opened its fourth global location on December 14, 2018 at 61 Ninth Ave., at 15th Street, in Chelsea.The massive new space has cocktails, nitro cold brew, siphon coffee, and an actual roasting facility.

By Stefanie Tuder

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Quickly Whip Up Godiva Cakes with These New Baking Mixes from General Mills

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Godiva chocolates have long offered a quick fix for cocoa cravings. Meanwhile, those with a bit more ambition, patience, and culinary skill could go the extra mile and use Godiva products to whip up chocolatey baked goods. But now, Godiva is offering an option for those with little culinary skill, patience, or ambition (that’s fine, you can admit it): Godiva premium baking mixes.

By Mike Pomranz

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