Top Recipe Posts of 2008

I was curious which recipes our visitors here at Circle of Food were most fond of in 2008. Any guesses? Drum roll please…. Here’s your top picks as far as numbers visiting. The last one isn’t a recipe, but heck I had to put some healthy snack in the list. Enjoy! 1. Chicken Marsala Recipe and Wine Pairing 2. Red, White and Blue Food Recipes 3. Patriotic Twinkie Cake Recipe 4. Top Shelf Tequila – Tequila Day Recipe 5. Heirloom Tomato Recipe with Wine Pairing 6. Vegan Peanut Butter Pie Recipe 7. Twinkie Turkey Recipe 8. BBQ Chicken Recipe and
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Avoiding Hangovers: Party Goers and Givers

If you’re hosting a party on New Years Eve or New Years Day, you have the responsibility to not get your guests so drunk that they cannot drive. If you do have a guest who appears too drunk to drive, it is your legal obligation to take away his or her keys and 1)call a taxi  2)ask a non drunk guest to drive them home or 3) let them sleepover. As the host, it’s best — if possible — to not let people pour their own drinks. Do you have a friend who would like to have the role of
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New Years Eve, Day, Food Traditions

Thank dog this year will soon be over. Everyone was talking tonight what a horrible year 2008 has been. People are really looking forward to January 20 and a new president who has a plateful of problems mounting by the minute. Somehow we still have hope in our hearts. What do you do on New Years Eve? or New Years Day? Do you have any food traditions? Some people eat certain foods like cabbage and black eyed peas for luck. For some reason, I think we had baked beans on New Years Day when I was a kid but I
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