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Justin Bieber Might Need a Few Pointers on Tipping New recipes

Justin Bieber Might Need a Few Pointers on Tipping

How much should you tip on a free meal?Jaguar PS / ShutterstockBieber was comped a $1,600 tab at an Atlanta nightclub and left a $400 tip.Getting comped meals and other services is nothing new to a celebrity, but what exactly is the etiquette for tipping? After his Jingle Ball performance in Atlanta last week, Bieber and his entourage went to Tongue & Groove nightclub, according to TMZ.

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Deep Dark Chocolate Cheesecake New recipes

Deep Dark Chocolate Cheesecake

Deep Dark Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe IngredientsCrust24 chocolate wafer cookies (from one 9-ounce package)1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter, meltedFilling1 9.7-ounce bar Scharffen Berger 70 Cocoa Bittersweet Chocolate,* chopped4 8-ounce packages cream cheese, room temperature1 1/4 cups plus 2 tablespoons sugar1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder (preferably Scharffen Berger)ToppingScharffen Berger 70 Cocoa Bittersweet Chocolate,* choppedBittersweet chocolate curlsRecipe PreparationCrustPreheat oven to 350°F.

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For the Experienced Chef: Ethiopian-Spiced Duck Breast New recipes

For the Experienced Chef: Ethiopian-Spiced Duck Breast

Anybody who loves duck, should definitely try this dish. It& 39;s topped with a jerk sauce marinade and beet chutney.Chef Samuelsson recommends you pair it with Penfolds Bin 2 Shiraz Mourverdre or Penfolds Koonunga Hill Shiraz Cabernet.IngredientsFor the Ethiopian-spiced duck breast1 Cup cold coffee2 Tablespoons Jerk Sauce Marinade2 duck breasts2 Cups grapeseed oil2 Cups frisee2 Cups watercress1 Cup mache lettuce2 Teaspoons Togarashi (Japanese pepper)2 Tablespoons pomegranate seeds1 Cup figs, chopped1 Tablespoon freshly grated horseradish1 Tablespoon pickled Japanese ginger1 Tablespoon tarragon2 Tablespoons chopped walnuts8 Ounces foie-gras medallionsbeet chutneyFor the jerk sauce marinade1/2 Cup ground allspice1/2 Cup brown sugar8 cloves6 scotch bonnet or 2 habanero chilies4 Tablespoons thyme2 bunches scallions1 Teaspoon ground cinnamon1/2 Teaspoon nutmeg2 Tablespoons soy sauce2 Tablespoons olive oilFor the beet chutney3 beets, peeled and diced1 shallot, diced3 Tablespoons red wine3 Tablespoons water4 Tablespoons brown sugar1 1/2 Tablespoon apple cider vinegar2 Teaspoons ginger, brunoise

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7 Things You Didn’t Know Your Dishwasher Could Do New recipes

7 Things You Didn’t Know Your Dishwasher Could Do

This appliance can be used for so much more than just cleaning dirty dishesThinkstockIt’s good to clean your toothbrush from time to time, especially if you’ve just gotten over a cold. Tossing it in the dishwasher makes the task super easy.If you’re anything like me, you still remember the first apartment you rented that came with a dishwasher; after years of washing dishes by hand in the sink, the feeling of kicking your feet up and relaxing after dinner while the dishwasher did all the cleanup was pure magic.

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The Food Almanac: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 New recipes

The Food Almanac: Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Food CalendarCelebrate National Crabmeat Au Gratin Day. The crabmeat is big and fat right now, and that means this is the time of year to eat this rich casserole of crabmeat, cream, a small amount of cheese, garlic (if you& 39;re lucky), cayenne, and a sprinkling of bread crumbs over the top, baked till bubbly.

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Stay for the Weekend New recipes

Stay for the Weekend

Welcome guests with meals featuring the season& 39;s best fare and no-cook options to keep you free from the kitchen.Here& 39;s a game plan for a couple of kicked-back days. With Friday and Saturday night& 39;s menus planned, follow our breakfast, lunch, and snack suggestions to keep the gang nourished and satisfied all weekend long without having to spend time cooking at every meal.

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