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Last Minute Holiday Dining at Ko'Sin and Brownietinis in Today's Eater's Digest

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Wild Horse Holiday Dining
Looking to make last minute dinner plans for Christmas Day? Ko'Sin at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass will be serving a special four-course traditional Christmas Dinner this Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. Dine on sage and wild mint pesto marinated turkey breast, pan seared halibut, poached mussels, and a beautiful selection of desserts. And when you're finished with dinner, you and the fam can fit in a little holiday gambling -- just don't blow your all your Christmas loot! Ko'sin's Christmas Dinner is $60 for adults, $54 for seniors, and $30 for kids 12 and under. Call 602-225-0100 for reservations. 

14 Days of December Desserts - Day 12 

Let's be honest -- it's time for a drink. The holidays can be stressful! How is one person suppose to do all the Christmas shopping, wrap all the presents, clean the house, and cook for a party of 40? With careful planing and lots of boozy rewards that's how. Reward yourself with this delicious

Brownie Martini

. Made with our new favorite cake-flavored vodka, actual brownie mix, and fresh cream, this martini will surely get you through the rest of your baking woes. Just don't drink too many! 


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