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    From SAVEUR DRINK Issue #1Though ginger has been consumed for millennia, ginger beer dates to 1700s England, when the root was fermented to make a mildly alcoholic drink. Most beers are nonalcoholic now, but they're zippier than ale; we prefer them for mixing in cocktails. Black-currant-flavored crème de cassis adds fruity dimension and a lovely pink hue to this ginger beer and tequila drink, which first appeared in SAVEUR DRINK Issue #1 with the story "Nice Spice."
  • 4 Delicious Hot Chocolate Recipes
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    Make your hot cocoa taste even better with one of these hot chocolate recipes: peppermint hot chocolate, mocha hot chocolate, Mexican hot chocolate, or Nutella hot chocolate.
  • Blackberry-Bourbon Iced Tea
    Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Food Network Blackberry-Bourbon Iced Tea recipe from Bobby Flay.
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    Iceberg lettuce gets a bad rap for having few nutrients. In part that's because it has more water by weight than any other food (96 percent). But other types of lettuce — like Romaine and butter lettuce — are virtually just as hydrating, plus they offer way more vitamin A (80 percent of the daily value in just 1 cup). To help you absorb fat-soluble vitamin A, dress your salads with an olive oil-based dressing.

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