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Love hot food? Here are 15+ recipes for cooking up some spicy food this summer.
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I think that is a reasonable goal +Natalie Rog . You notice once is missing +Ian Dixon 
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I did. >.>;  Sadly it was the first time I'd used a ziplock and I made the hole far too large, and since I made them at work, I didn't think to have a spare bag available. :(  Next time.
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Here's a fun way to try Thai Iced Tea this summer!
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While I love thai iced tea, I am surprised you used one of the commercial mixes, as this frequently has inferior tea leaves and added food coloring? :/
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What The Fuck!

Sorry, but this abomination deserves more than just the acronym. No, no, no! This is wrong.

Okay, I will admit... I am the last person to get on someone's case for bucking tradition. Screwing with classic dishes is kinda what I do. That, and I abuse the avocado pretty regularly. Avocado popsicles, avocado margaritas... you name it. But seriously?

First off, peas were added to this for all the wrong reasons. The author writes about how they make your guac greener here http://dinersjournal.blogs.nytimes.com/…/green-pea-guacamo…/. Um, my guac is just fine thank you.

Adding peas to guac for "more green" is like the equivalent of a spray tan. No thank you, I am quite content being honky white.

Honestly, this is not the first time the NYT has screwed up food. I have made a few of their recipes which were some of the best compost I ever tasted, but down right horrible food. They almost ruined Christmas dinner, the bastards!

Sorry, but no.
Adding fresh English peas to what is an otherwise fairly traditional guacamole is one of those radical moves that is also completely obvious after you taste it The peas add intense sweetness and a chunky texture to the dip, making it more substantial on the chip They also intensify the color of the green avocado — and help the guacamole stay that way
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I am so with you on this! Tempted to rant but you already did that.
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I love watermelon Ice Cream Always....
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Check out this tasty Almond Milk Horchata, requested by +nightsskys 
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It' verry well 
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Looking for tasty #beet  recipes? From beet salsa to chocolate beet cake, look no further! 
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Thank you, everyone!
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Need to cut a bunch of tomatoes at once? Try this simple trick! 
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+Jerry James Stone  Awesome.  I can't wait to try this. 
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End food waste with this yummy pesto made from carrot greens!
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+Harald Walker very true.
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Creator, producer and host of the vegetarian food blog, Cooking Stoned, which focuses on simple, gourmet vegetarian recipes that are very San Francisco in style. I have a YouTube cooking show under the same name. My creations can also be found online at Whole Food's Dark Rye, Mother Nature Network and KQED's Bay Area Bites.

I've also been a car and technology writer for Discovery Channel and the producer and main recipe developer for TreeHugger's Green Wine Guide. I've contribute regularly to MAKE magazine. You can also find my work at The Atlantic, Digg.com and Fodor's Travel Guides.

I studied Computer Engineering at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA. During my time there I was a DJ at the campus radio station KCPR and I also wrote for the campus paper, Mustang Daily.

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How to Select the Perfect Beer
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Having a party? Want to serve the perfect beer? This infographic from Whole Foods Market helps you choose the perfect brew for your occasion

Halloween Breakfast Popsicles
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It’s breakfast, Halloween style! These breakfast popsicles are made with whole fruit fresh mango and Greek yogurt, giving your day a healthy

Overnight Quinoa & Blueberry Oatmeal
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Overnight oats are a great way to have creamy and tasty oatmeal waiting for you in the morning, without cooking. I added quinoa and blueberr

Save Our Bees by Drinking Mead
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Sadly, our bees are declining. Whatever the reason, you can save them by drinking local mead. Local mead helps support small sustainable bee

Thai Iced Tea
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It’s hard to enjoy Thai cuisine without a Thai Iced Tea. The sweet drink is a must-have every time. And you can make it at home for about a

Earn $10,000 a Year on the Side of Your Day Job: 3 Real-Life Examples
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Just because your side gig is, you know, on the side doesn’t mean you can’t make money. These guys did it -- and so can you.

Vegan Horchata with Almond Milk
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This homemade horchata recipe is vegan and uses homemade almond milk for added depth and character. Easy and tasty, you’ll never visit a taq

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8 seasonal margaritas, mojitos and sangrias, perfect for celebrating Cinco de Mayo with!

The Difference Between Sustainable, Organic & Biodynamic Wine
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Hi, I’m Mary Guiver, the wine, beer, and spirits buyer for Whole Foods Market, specifically for the Northern California and Reno region. I’m

Sweet Potato Archives - Cooking Stoned
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Sweet Potato Recipes and How-Tos. Curry and Maple Sweet Potato Soup The sweet potato is as tasty and healthy as it is confusing. First off,

2011 Wente Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon
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You know what’s fun? Trying wines from wineries that you’ve never been to before. I had that opportunity with the 2011 Wente Vineyards Caber

Avocado Archives - Cooking Stoned
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Avocado Recipes, Information and How-Tos. Sliced Avocado The avocado, the lovely and oh so tasty avocado. If Foster's is Australian for beer

Grilled Asparagus with Garlic-Habanero Sauce
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Fresh asparagus, grilled, and then covered with a sweet and spicy soy sauce bursting with garlic and habanero pepper. This vegetarian recipe

2011 Tolosa Estate Chardonnay
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This 2011 Estate Chardonnay from Tolosa in Edna Valley has aromas of grapefruit, pear, and honey. The winery is also sustainable and solar p

2010 Riverbench Estate Chardonnay
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The 2010 Riverbench Chardonnay is full of great jabs without a buttery right hook. I simply love how diverse Chardonnay can be… from oaky an

Quinoa & Coffee Chili
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While the flavors required to make an amazing chili are complex, the recipe itself only has one simple rule. If you don’t cry while making i

How to Store Asparagus for Weeks
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Fresh asparagus is such a treat and using this method you can keep it fresh in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

Egg Archives - Cooking Stoned
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Egg Recipes & How-Tos. Spicy Beet-Pickled Eggs Eggs are such a powerful ingredient. The base of many staples such as bread and pasta, but ev

Philz Coffee
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Yah, it's filled with a bunch of new age hippies and run by a cult but the place is magical. I come here to reboot. It's one of my most favorite places on earth.
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