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Classic Sweet Potatoes

Ballast Point Brewing Co. IPA Sculpin

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Choose a bold and spicy beer brewed with yams, molasses, maple sugar and spices or go with a Gold Medal winning beer with a beautiful amber body with a fruity orange marmalade and mango flavor.

Broguiere’s Eggnog Pie

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Classic Sweet Potatoes

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Hahn 2001 Pinot Noir “Santa Lucia Highlands”

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Turn to a crisp, fruit forward Pinot Gris from Sonoma to get the job done. As for the pefect red wine, we recommend this 2011 Hahn Pinot Noir that will surely impress all wine aficionados!

J Vineyards 2012 Pinot Gris

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Try this Sonoma based Pinot Gris from J Vineyards. Medium-bodied and easy to drink. Drink very cold and enjoy!

The Bruery Autumn Maple Belgium Style Brown Ale

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Choose a bold and spicy beer brewed with yams, molasses, maple sugar and spices or go with a Gold Medal winning beer with a beautiful amber body with a fruity orange marmalade and mango flavor.

What dinnertime dilemma?

Delectable dinner options that everyone can enjoy. Whether you're looking for something healthy or hearty, we've got the right dish for you. View Recipes >

The Real Flavor of Mardi Gras!

Ah, C'est bon ca (Ah, that's good), describes cajun cooking perfectly. Louisiana has a cuisine that's unlike anywhere else in the United States. Mixing French with Southern, and making something truly unique. View Recipes >