Since truffle oil still carries a ghost of the truffle's flavor these treats nicely ape Oakland A's General Manager Billy Beane's philosophy of making cheap things work harder for you.
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When life is very hard, sometimes the best answer is cake. This New York deli treat might have come in handy for nine year old Oskar Schell.
This Coq au Vin is exactly the kind of dish that could get me out of bed at midnight. The taste takes you straight to Paris.
his Boursin soufflé does not stand in for Hugo because a baguette with Boursin cheese is the classic picnic to take on a train. It's more about the alchemy that happens when you combine the right things.
This archipelago of cucumber slices and diced fish gives us the taste of paradise, without having to get on a plane. It's a version of poke; ; the classic Hawaiian dish found in most pupus.
For a few of us disbelievers, the true appeal in the film lies in the fact that its natural food pairing is a Scotch Egg.
This cake celebrates the highs and the lows of Stephen Spielberg's War Horse. In it you'll find the apple which Albert (human) first uses to befriend Joey (horse).
The social structures of 1960's Jackson Mississippi may be difficult for modern audiences to swallow, but this pie isn't. It's a dessert that also plays an important role in the film.
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