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Bring You to Your Knees Chocolate Mousse Pie and Tips for Beating Thanksgiving Stress

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Guittard Chocolate Cookbook gives us a piece of heaven with its recipe for chocolate mousse pie featuring a chocolate cookie crust. We think it's a winner for Thanksgiving or anytime. Please check out our 2015 Best Ever Thanksgiving Recipe Kit… and hot tips to help you beat Thanksgiving stress—honestly, they really will…

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GUESTS:

  • Amy Guittard – author, Guittard Chocolate Cookbook: Decadent Recipes from San Francisco's Premium Bean-to-Bar Chocolate Company
  • Chris Prosperi – chef/owner, Métro Bis in Simsbury, Conn.
  • Alex Province – wine expert

MUSIC:

  • “Gne Gne,” Montefiori Cocktail
  • “Brown Sugar,” The Rolling Stones
  • “Beans and Cornbread,” Louis Jordan and The Tympany Five
  • “Fried Neckbones and Some Home Fries (Dan the Automator Remix),” Willie Bobo
  • “Shoo Fly Pie,” Dinah Shore
  • “Everybody Eats When They Come to My House,” Cab Calloway 

Lori Mack and Jonathan McNicol contributed to this show.

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