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Newsletter for: November 16, 2004

Hi Chefs!

Hope your preparations for Thanksgiving are all coming along nicely.  I thought I'd include a recipe this month for the most fabulous cranberry sauce, right after these few announcements:
Check out the LA Weekly this week!  There is a supplement this week that is a Party Planning Guide, and Hipcooks has a featured story on page 14. Tapas class participants Eddie, Tuan, Elaine, Nancy & Paul - check yourselves out in print!  You're famous. If you can't find a hardcopy, here is a link to the story:
http://www.laweekly.com/ink/04/51/2004-pelisek.php

Loads of new classes are up!  I include a "Christmas Elves" Class for those who would like to join me in making holiday treats.  We'll make yummy sweets that make scrumptious presents or delicious nibbles at your holiday party.   "I Ain't No Turkey" also scheduled:  we'll make a Thanksgiving meal with a Hipcooks twist for you to duplicate at your celebration.  I've also begun to schedule classes into the new year.  Here's the link to the site and schedule:
http://www.hipcooks.com

Looking for the perfect Holiday Gift?  Hipcooks gift certificates are fun & stylish.  The lucky recipient can choose any Hipcooks class to redeem.  Hipcooks.com has alll the details on gift certificates under the 'classes' menu bar.

Recipe of the Month:  Cranberry sauce with fresh ginger and orange
This will make enough for 6 for your Thanksgiving cranberry sauce, to be served with Turkey and all the trimmings

Ingredients
    3/4 lb cranberries
      1 cup orange juice
      3/4 cup  brown sugar
      2 teaspoons (about 1 inch) grated fresh ginger
       2 teaspoons orange zest

Instructions
In a saucepan, combine all ingredients and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer gently for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Cranberries will make a delightful popping sound and open up and mixture will thicken.

Eat Well, Be well.  Happy Thanksgiving,

Monika

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