17 Boozy Hot Chocolate Recipes To Make This Winter

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Hot chocolate with a little bit *extra*.

Kahlua Hot Chocolate

Kahlua Hot Chocolate

Hot chocolate with a hint of grown-up coffee, topped with caramel and chocolate drizzled marshmallows to satisfy your inner kid. Recipe here.

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Stout Hot Chocolate

Stout Hot Chocolate

Stout is an amazing pairing to chocolate, as is the big scoop of ice cream added on top. Get the recipe.

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Red Wine Hot Chocolate

Red Wine Hot Chocolate

Red wine and chocolate are star-crossed lovers. Fact. Recipe here.

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Guinness Hot Chocolate

Guinness Hot Chocolate

Irish hot chocolate! The guinness adds a beautiful depth to the chocolate, while a little whiskey gives a boozy kick that’ll warm you up on a cold night. Get the recipe.

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21 Things Everyone Must Eat In Fife

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You haven?t lived until you?ve tried Ferrero Rocher cheesecake.

Battered organic cod at the Anstruther Fish Bar.

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This world-famous fish bar serves truly spectacular battered cod. If you don’t like fish, try their tasty venison burgers instead, or just opt for some lovely salty chips.

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A Ferrero Rocher cheesecake with melted white chocolate at Coffee and Kilts in Cupar.

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Coffee and Kilts is a charming, unpretentious caf tucked away on one of Cupar’s historic streets. They sell amazing cakes, fancy quiches, and great coffee.

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A duck shepherd’s pie at Forgan’s in St Andrews.

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This unusual shepherd’s pie is one of the most popular dishes at Forgan’s, a gorgeous restaurant housed in an old factory in St Andrew’s. Their wide-ranging Sunday roast menu is pretty impressive too.

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Broccoli and pancetta pizza at Ciao Italia in Dunfermline.

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This friendly Italian restaurant gives…

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18 Stunning Christmas Cookies Guaranteed To Impress Your Family

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They?re so pretty, but don?t let that stop you noshing on them!

Easy Hat and Mitten Cookies Tutorial

Easy Hat and Mitten Cookies Tutorial

Find it HERE

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Christmas Fawn Cookies

Christmas Fawn Cookies

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Red and White Reindeer Cookies

Red and White Reindeer Cookies

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Simple Penguin Cookies

Simple Penguin Cookies

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The Body Electric: Day Fourteen

alpha // whiskey // foxtrot

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This evening, I stand in the kitchen and chop.

And saute. 

And stir.

And smile.

There are friends coming for dinner, and that makes me happy.

These days, food makes me happy, too.

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There was a time in my life where food didn’t make me happy.  In fact, I was downright afraid of it.  

And that fear persisted long after I made my recovery from my eating disorder.  It persisted so long that, one day, I decided to do something about it and just plain fall in love with food.

If love is an arrow, I wrested the bow out of Cupid’s hands, took aim and fired.  

I didn’t miss.

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In the absence of new photos on my reel lately, I’ve been scrolling through some of my older shots.  I scroll all the way back to 2009, when my love-affair with food began, and I find lush…

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The devil in Paris is the devil in me

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For many of us (especially those of us who are some combination of white, suburban-raised, and male), it’s easy to think of violence as a distant and alien phenomenon. It is shootings and muggings and bombings. It happens in bad neighborhoods far from our own, or in the hills of some foreign land, or in a city across the sea. We are connected to it only by the headlines, it seems. Or maybe we have experienced it firsthand, some obvious form of violence, but even then, we’d like to conceive of it as an anomalous blip in an otherwise violence-free existence. A freak accident. “Violence is not my story,” the thinking goes. “I am neither victim nor executioner. I’m just, you know, not a part of it.”

I thought this way for a long time. Still do, when I’m not paying attention. I’ve only recently begun to explore the startling truth: that not only…

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