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Barbados Food & Wine and Rum Festival

It& 39;s not often that you get to witness the beginnings of a nascent food festival firsthand. So The Daily Meal editorial staff is thrilled to have been invited to attend the first annual Barbados Food & Wine and Rum Festival. Check in here regularly for updates on demos, chef sightings, food notes, photos and more.
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How to Make Vanilla Ice Cream at Home

With the seemingly infinite number of ice cream flavors and toppings, we can understand why everyone is constantly screaming over it. And while a trip to your hometown ice cream parlor on a warm summer night is always enjoyable, there’s nothing quite like enjoying a scoop of your own, homemade ice cream at home.
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Halloween Recipes So Good – and Easy - It’s Scary

Spooky, delicious, and easy Krusteaz recipesMake delicious and spooky treats for Halloween with these easy recipes.Halloween is the perfect holiday to explore your creativity and bake something deliciously spooky that friends, family and even little goblins will love. Whether hosting your own monster mash or bringing something for the office party, the below recipes will stand out for their imaginative decoration and uncanny resemblance to some of October’s favorite figures.
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Mayonnaise will make eggs

In the blender glass, put the ingredients in the following order: mustard, lemon juice, salt, turmeric, oil and milk. Put the blender down and start mixing, lifting gently. In a maximum of 30 seconds, the mayonnaise is ready.
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Pecan Squares

While the crust is cooking, mix together the filling ingredients: eggs, syrup, sugar, melted butter, and vanilla. When they’re well blended, stir in the chopped pecans.When the crust is finished cooking, uncover the crock. Spread the filling mixture over the crust. Be careful not to touch your arms against the hot crock.
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