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Culinate Newsletter December 31 08

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,

 One of my more memorable New Year's Eves was spent on an island in the Philippines, where we'd traveled to visit my cousins who were living there temporarily. After the sun set, we walked to a pretty restaurant that hung off a cliff over the water. 

 The drinks were over-the-top tropical and the food was fine, but the atmosphere is what I remember best. When the power went out — a not-unusual occurrence on Boracay — we toasted by candlelight, and the evening was punctuated with fireworks, which went on until first light.
 For New Year, Christina Eng surveyed [/articles/culinate8/globalnewyearfoods?utmsource=NL123108&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=NewYearsEats&utmcampaign=GlobalNewYear "which foods promise good luck"] in different parts of the world. Wherever you are, whatever you're eating and drinking, here's wishing you a happy, memorable New Year's celebration.

 Kim Carlson
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