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Whisk in shallot, oil, vinegar, thyme, orange peel, salt and pepper.
The gin is a balanced blend of botanicals—including cardamom, coriander, French lavender, anise seed, sarsaparilla, juniper, and two kinds of orange peel—with a more subtle juniper flavor.
The mystery ingredient turned out to be a liqueur made with orange peel, gentian root and rhubarb.
Diners are still licking tahina-cardomon ice cream with candied orange peel and dates off their spoons when one of the supper club organizers, Sara Liss, stands to read a poem to close out the evening.
There is a handful of candied orange peels and sugared raspberries in Marie Antoinette that taught me more about the excesses of Versailles than any AP World History class.
Strain into a rocks glass with a large ice cube, then garnish with an orange peel.
In another small bowl, stir together the pecans, ginger and orange peel.
This treat packs in flavor with red wine, orange peel, apple, cinnamon, cloves, peppercorn, nutmeg, anise and allspice.
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