Premiumthing Fashion Store – Philadelphia Eagles It’s A Philly Thing tee

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There are sammies, which “are all about the brilliant realization that if you sandwich two cookies together with something sweet in the middle, nothing bad could possibly happen.” “Crunchies and crispies,” meanwhile, are all about delightfully over-baked goods, whereas “dense and fudgies” are all about the delightfully under. Then, there are “cookies that like to party”—big, bold treats that will make a statement at any bash. (If you’re wondering about the specifics, that section includes chocolate babka cookies, lemon poppy ribbons, and “hot tin roof” cookie cake.) Pegged to the cookbook’s publication on November 1—which includes over 100 cookie recipes—Vogue asked Tosi why, exactly, she decided to write an entire book about this humble baked treat, as well as to share one of her recipes perfect for the holiday season.

Philadelphia Eagles It’s A Philly Thing tee

Because there are so many citrus notes in the Tanqueray No. Ten gin, I add a grapefruit peel. It’s gorgeous, and not what you would normally think. You could also do a lemon twist or olives, too—it changes the taste distinctly. It depends on your tastes. I’d serve a martini with substantial canapes, finger sandwiches, and stuff like that. Oysters are ideal. I had Oysters Rockefeller with a martini a couple of weeks ago, and that was really good. You need music. Good music. I like jazz. I love Paolo Nutini. He’s a Scottish singer, and he’s extraordinary. And Diana Krall I listen to a lot. Christina Tosi has several self-described “subcategories” of cookies in her new cookbook, All About Cookies. After all, if there’s any person who could divvy up the dessert’s definition with such precision it’s the two-time James Beard award-winning pastry chef and CEO of the world-famous Milk Bar, the sister bakery to Momofuku.

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A martini will taste different in different glasses—but don’t ask me why. I suppose it does a different thing to the flow of the aroma. The glass really depends on your mood: Sometimes you want a proper triangular glass, and other times you want a gorgeous Nick & Nora glass. Or a coupe. A coupe is really nice. You can then chill the glass. I don’t do that home, though—I don’t have room in my fridge. You start with a soft half-ounce of dry vermouth in a cocktail shaker, and add ice. Stirring, not shaking them together. You can do it shaken, but you’re diluting it a lot, and you’re going to get those little shards of ice no matter what you’re straining it through. Then, dump out the vermouth and keep the ice—or, you can keep the vermouth. Add in your 1.5 to 2 ounces of gin. Stir it again, let it sit, then add it to the chilled glass.

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