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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!
Last year I had a great time putting together a Slow Wine Gifts Under $40. But, this holiday season I’m shaking it up a bit. I’m still keeping things slow this year, but this year I’ve expanded to include a variety of handcrafted “slow” drink gifts – and still all under 40 clams. Here are […]
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.
Even though these liquors aren’t green in color, they are green in terms of environmental sustainability!
The Federal government is looking to ban alcoholic energy drinks on the assumption that the FDA will find that caffeine is an unsafe additive to alcohol.
I’m feeling a little guilty about my posting last week, When Life Gives You Raspberries, Add Vodka. No guilt on the idea of blending raspberries and vodka, it’s just I recommended “cheap vodka” as an ingredient for the Raspberry Cordial recipe. Shame on me. There’s no point in praising the glories of local, organic raspberries […]
Rumor has it the first hard frost will arrive in Wisconsin sometime tonight. We quickly pulled in our tomatoes, peppers, basil and the last bucket of raspberries. After another busy summer on our farm, I’m ready for the frost, the fall, the feeling of relief that life will slow down a bit. It’s the perfect […]
360, Square One, Purus, Sunshine, Fourteen, UK5, Ocean, CapRock, Prairie, Crop, and Rain. Not all household names when thinking about a vodka martini- yet. While organic and biodynamic wines have been around for decades, organic and sustainable spirits have just started to come on board.