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This bourbon-brined turkey recipe will not only leave you with a moist turkey, it'll also give you the fixings for the best pan gravy ever.

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Have no fear, gluten-free folks! Tequila is perfectly all right for you to drink. Tequila is made from fermenting the juice from the blue agave plant, which has a core called piña because it looks a little like a pineapple. Once the piña is harvested, it's brought to a distillery to be roasted to unleash its juices, which are fermented, distilled and aged before being bottled.

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Lemons bring out the best in other foods. Use juice in vinaigrettes and marinades, drizzled over seafood, poultry, sauteed vegetables, whole-grain side dishes and fruit or as a color-pop garnish for foods and drinks, or use zest in baked goods and desserts. Choose thinner-skinned fruit that’s heavy for its size to ensure the most flesh. Avoid any green on the skin, which means it’s under-ripe; lemons don’t ripen off the tree. Over-ripe fruit will be wrinkled, dull-colored and overly soft or hard.

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Well known as the low-calorie, diet-friendly fruit, grapefruit should be rightfully known for its abundance of vitamins, nutrients and health-promoting chemicals.

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Snoop Dogg fittingly presented a monstrous gin and juice at a Napa food festival in 2018, but no drink has managed to dethrone it yet. (There is the broader "largest cocktail" record, which went to a 10,500-gallon margarita in 2012.)

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