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    The Comfort Cafe - Treasures from 01/09

    Looking for a recipe for your theme....all these wonderful recipes were from the very first run of the Comfort Cafe...01/09 - present
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    24 Reviews |  By Tish

    It's nice to have some refried beans you can pull out of the freezer for a side with your Mexican meals without opening a can with all the extra fat. One side serving is 1/2 cup, which also makes about 4 tacos or burritos These are a great side dish, may also be used for burritos, and can be served as a main dish with plenty of shredded cheddar and salsa on top. Take the time and make these ahead. You won't be sorry!

    Recipe #107760

    This recipe was given to me by my mother-in-law who as a wedding gift put together a recipe book filled with favorite family meals. She still keeps the ingredients a secret since some of her boys are super picky eaters...now I'm making it for my family!

    Recipe #295822

    6 Reviews |  By Oolala

    This sounds so delicious! The Barefoot Contessa recommends using Valrhona (French) or Callebaut (Belgain) brands of high quality chocolate for this so splurge!

    Recipe #140626

    18 Reviews |  By 2bizzy

    I saw Paula make this and just had to try it. It's really good!

    Recipe #138566

    Excellent hot toddy.

    Recipe #148802

    This is so simple but astonishingly delicious. It is just chocolate and milk. The secret to making a creamy, rich, frothy chocolate drink is all in the technique. You just heat it, whisk it, heat it, whisk it etc until it's the thickness you want. And it can get VERY thick. In Spain, this is often breakfast, along with churros. Traditionally, a wooden hand mill called a molinillo was used to whisk it, but a wire whisk or hand held electic whisk works just as well.

    Recipe #49014

    Wonderful comfort drink.

    Recipe #34173

    5 Reviews |  By Nose

    This recipe has much less sugar than other cocoa recipes or mixes. The result is a rich-tasting, chocolatey drink that is easy to make with ingredients you can keep on hand. This recipe is just from the 1997 edition of Joy of Cooking. This recipe makes less than a full cup of hot cocoa, but I find this amount is satisfying. You can always play with the serving sizes if you want more.

    Recipe #106539

    Mmmm… frothy and tasty. With its smooth, strong full-bodied taste this drink is popular in Ghana and also with West African ex-pats in London. Its origins are North African. The rum is a local addition! It makes a great nightcap - a nice way of winding down after a hard day's work or a special meal. Recipe courtesy of www.africanoz.com.au

    Recipe #236229

    Made from scratch, great for chilly winter nights. I LOVE this recipe, I've been making it for years. Sometimes we add some Bailey's for the adults.

    Recipe #336628

    9 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Spicy and sweet. Over the holidays last year, I had hot chocolate with cayenne pepper in it. It was unexpectedly delicious. If you try this, add the cayenne, you'll be pleasantly surprised.

    Recipe #128495

    This is very good.I have made it for years. Im not sure where I even got the recipe For christmas you can put a candy cane in it

    Recipe #100661

    Here is hot chocolate at it's best! Soothing, tummy warming joy!

    Recipe #59988

    My non vegan boyfriend and I love this.

    Recipe #270144

    When Cortez and those guys arrived in Aztec country, they were unimpressed by these little dark brown beans everyone seemed to carry around, until they learned these were money -- 100 cacao beans would buy a slave. Probably Xocatl was actually developed as a food by Mayan peoples farther south, the beans were a hot trade item, before they finally got ground up and drunk as hot chocolate. You can just make cocoa your usual way (which is perhaps by adding hot water to a pre-mixed envelope), and we can't grind the beans, but here's a bit more authentic way

    Recipe #164552

    A tart drink and very colorful. Add some to regular tea instead of lemon juice. You can make this overnight by placing a handful of blossoms into a pitcher of spring water. They expand a lot, so be sure to squeeze then out if you remove them.

    Recipe #80029

    This herbal tea really will help you sleep.

    Recipe #54432

    1 Reviews |  By *Alia*

    A nice relaxing tea.

    Recipe #296638

    From some of you here I understand this is the only way to have coffee. I've never tried it but wish I could join you half way across the world to have a cup with you. NOTE: Please see LeggyPeggy's review. She explains the optionals in this recipe. Thanks for the info Peggy!

    Recipe #232967

    I had this on a trip to Rosarita Beach, Mexico and loved the cinnamon taste!

    Recipe #224067

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