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Pour a spoonful of batter into skillet for each pancake.
Soup-baristas on a recent weekend offered a $4 special infused with the flavors of tom kha gai, and recommended sparking the unseasoned $3 broth-latte with condiments such as a tiny spoonful of sea salt.
Attendees had the chance to try honey straight off the comb, eating the sweet treat by the spoonful.
The idea would be to attach the must-pass but unpopular extension of the federal government’s borrowing authority to a legislative spoonful of sugar — in this case, a program that allows vets to get medical care outside the Veterans Affairs system.
Fans at the live-action panel at Disney’s D23 convention got a spoonful of a surprise on Saturday with a glimpse at the first footage from Mary Poppins Returns.
Every spoonful was packed with the savory filling of tender braised meat as well as diced carrots, onions, celery and potatoes.
Add a spoonful of the apple butter on top of the chop, then drizzle the sauce over the chop.
First up will be an amuse, of late a spoonful of hirami with Asian pear, parsnip puree and watermelon-radish matchsticks.
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