Drink Blog of the Day Archive

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May 2, 2012
With Cinco de Mayo on the horizon, I thought I would devote my postings this week to Mexican fare. Today, I am posting a recipe I found on David Lebovitz's blog Horchata. Horchata is a drink made from rice in Mexico sometimes with vanilla but always with cinnamon.
May 1, 2012
Atlanta reached the high-80′s today. It was beautiful for the hot weather lovers like myself, but food almost becomes irrelevant as summer approaches. Cooling drinks like this one are much more appreciated.
April 30, 2012
My wife and I love sharing a warm cup of cider as the night fades away and the fireplace plays on behind us. But sometimes, when the week is long and worn and tired, I like to turn my childhood drink into a cocktail fitting the man in me.
April 29, 2012
Need a cocktail for relaxing in the garden on a warm day or an alternative to a gin and tonic? Then give the English Garden a whirl!
April 28, 2012
I make fresh lemonade a lot during the summer months; it’s so easy and in my opinion tastes much better than the powdered variety.I tried to replicate that perfect balance of sweet and tart in this recipe and hope you get that smooth sweet flavor with a little pucker.
April 27, 2012
I’ve got my hands on a few of the drink recipes for the Stoli cocktails that’ll be floating around the Tribeca Film Festival this week. Who says you can’t drink like an A-list celebrity?
April 26, 2012
One of my favorite bars in town has a special for classic cocktails on Monday nights. And that was how I tried a Sidecar for the first time (I picked it for it's name—classy!). And loved it! Now it's kind of my go-to drink. But I loved the idea of having a classic cocktail night, so I decided to learn how to make a few of our favorites.
April 25, 2012
The Raspberry-Lime cocktail combines the delicious fresh flavors of raspberries, lime, and mint with the festive fizz of champagne.
April 24, 2012
Legendary whiskey aficionado Benjamin Franklin (among his other distinguished titles) once said, “The only things certain in life are death and taxes.” Shouldn’t bourbon be another one of life’s certainties?
April 23, 2012
Tea fans are very specific about what makes a “perfect” cup. With that being said, I will share with you my favorite tea recipe and what our friends and family insist we serve to them when they come to visit. It’s almost exactly the same as my first recipe for plain chai, however, this has a strong kick of freshly grated ginger.
April 22, 2012
I stopped by our local whole foods the other day and as soon as I walked in the door their giant display of local strawberries started shimmering like specks of gold and harmoniously singing to me in angel song.
April 21, 2012
According to Peter, "You cant appreciate something you havent experienced, and you can only appreciate something more when you understand it." Here are some great tips on how to taste beer.
April 20, 2012
After a short vacation to the Bahamas, I can’t help but still be in my “beach bum” mode. With that said, I thought it would be the perfect time to share the Beach Bum cocktail I occasionally like to pour up.
April 19, 2012
Ripe strawberries taste like candy and could stop even the most stubborn sweet tooth dead in its tracks. Man these were good! Naturally I had to corrupt them with vodka.
April 18, 2012
The fun part, after you learn to make the espresso, is to collect cute little cups and sugar bowls or frothers for cappuccino or fun trays to serve your coffee on. And once you taste how good it is, well, you’ll thank me. You can find moka pots in most stores that sell kitchen appliances in the US, so get out there and start brewing! Buon caffè!
April 17, 2012
I’m experimenting with making healthy, flavorful beverages with no or low calories and very little sugar. My first foray into the wonderful world of beverages.
April 16, 2012
Oregon Winette is a blog devoted to wine – the grapes, the ground, the people and the experience. You don’t have to be a sommelier or wine snob to appreciate wine – I’m not – just a love for the delectable drink.
April 15, 2012
It took Micronesia to get me excited about a smoothie. Don’t get me wrong – I love smoothies. After a while, though, they all taste the same. Until now. This smoothie blushes, straight from the easy, breezy islands.
April 14, 2012
The 151 Rum float gives the drink a nice kick and a delicious accent of burnt caramel. If you'd like a lighter cocktail, however, you can omit it and the drink is still a delight. So the next time you feel like trying something new, mix up a Planter's Punch and put your own twist on it -- and then share the results with the rest of us.
April 13, 2012
The hot chocolate here is worth standing up at the bar for and waiting 10 minutes to be served. It is smooth and velvety, a thick but not at all sweet drink. The hot chocolate, like everything else sold here is imported from Spain. This is Enric Rovira hot chocolate from Barcelona.
April 12, 2012
Tropical drinks have sort of a bad reputation, but the early recipes lend themselves well to the current cocktail fad. They were originally intended to be carefully assembled concoctions with exotic nectars, handcrafted syrups, and secret ingredients.
April 11, 2012
This smoothie is healthy, creamy, tasty and nutritious. It is made from homemade pumpkin purée with love.
April 10, 2012
My favorite beer cocktail as days start to get longer and warmer is the Chelada, a drink popular in Mexico. Recipes vary, but it’s a fairly simple affair that melds typically light Mexican lager with lime and savory ingredients.
April 9, 2012
The Brooklyn is essentially a 19th century-style Manhattan subbing dry vermouth for sweet and calling for a specific brand of bitters. Light, herbal and a little bit floral with a boozy backbone,
April 8, 2012
A citrusy lemony beer is not just great for drinking, but for making into this chilled soup
April 7, 2012
Welcome the Jalapeno Margarita. Flavored with a sweet, tart, spicy syrup, made with half cider vinegar and half sugar, I’m bringing the spirit of the Shrub to this cocktail.
April 6, 2012
It’s just as simple as the classic Caipirinha with the addition of some kiwi chunks during the muddling stage. The flavor is crisp and delicious with the kiwi flavor solid and harmonious with the lime and cachaça.
April 5, 2012
I make smoothies with yogurt almost every day for my kids. It’s probably the healthiest thing they eat and they love it. I sneak some ground flax seed meal in there for a touch more protein and lots of omega-3′s.
April 4, 2012
At first, I couldn’t decide which drink to make. In the end, I decided simplicity was best, and opted for the sleek, streamlined Martini.
April 3, 2012
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