I’m doing some research on 1995 for a project I’m working on and came across a quintessential 1990’s cocktail, the frozen strawberry margarita from a slushie machine. Oh, how far we’ve come. Here are three updates margarita recipes.
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SFMade is a California non-profit corporation, that is focused on building San Francisco’s manufacturing sector. As a long time support of buying local, I love seeing what comes out of SFMade and this week they really caught my eye with a local summer cocktail recipe. Local summer cocktail recipes Distillery No.209 is a true SFMade […]
On a recent trip to Denver, I tried a new cocktail. If you like citrus, herbs, and a little heat and you’re ready for a taste of spring, start mixing!
Tonight, I had one (or two or three) rather delicious cocktails. My favorite was called the stimulant and looked quite easy to make, and tasted great…a nice change from boring old cocktails.
Mojitos makes a nice refreshing party drink. They can be made by the glass, or scaled up to a pitcher.
[social_buttons] Strawberries have just come into season here in Poland. The first batch or two we got weren’t great, but they are getting very good again now. (Last year’s may have been the best I’ve ever had.) I love to eat them plain but there are a few other ways we’ve been eating them as […]
Here’s the Homemade Irish Cream recipe from our Inn Serendipity B&B cookbook, Edible Earth. Cheers!
My roots and love for Wisconsin run deep, ever since we traded the Chicago urban corporate scene for organic farming and sustainable living on our rural acreage a dozen years ago. And at heart, I’m a four-season loving gal. But man, that fourth season of winter can run a bit long here – especially this […]
Happens every year here in the Midwest — that week when the mercury peaks, the garden wilts and everyone droops and sweats. My motivation to harvest produce, much less cook it, fades as fast as an ice cube on the driveway. Wait — save that ice cube. As a matter of fact, bring out all […]