33 Super-Cool Popsicles To Make This Summer. Magical Coffee recipe from Food52. Author Notes: This recipe was inspired by a drink I love at a local cafe.
(Theirs is "magic coffee. ") After my first taste, I went home and immediately started tweaking a recipe. They brew the coffee hot, but since it was summer and I am lazy, I wanted to use a cold-brewed coffee base, and I started with a recipe from the Times. Boozy Watermelon Rosemary Lemonade recipe from Food52. Author Notes: I came up with the recipe for the lemonade first and then discovered that it went amazingly with gin, making it a favorite summer drink in our house!
- piccantedolce - piccantedolce Food52 Review: This tart, pink cocktail is a burst of summer in a glass. You don't strain the watermelon puree, which gives the drink some texture, and we love that piccantedolce calls for gin instead of a more predictable spirit like vodka. The mineral quality of the gin is echoed in the rosemary infused syrup, which announces its presence clearly without hijacking the whole flavor profile. 6 Unexpected Ways to Show Off Watermelon - Cooking Tips. As if to advertise summer itself, supermarkets all over America flaunt pool-size cardboard watermelon bins out front.
Sure the fruit they’re heaped with is an emblem of summer picnicking, but how often are those melons good? Picked underripe or stored too long, watermelons can be bland and mealy. But grow your own, or buy from a farmer who knows their fruit, and you end up with watermelons totally deserving of their summer icon status. Fashionably Bombed. We've always loved Thai iced tea, so recently while dining at our favorite Thai restaurant, we asked how to make it.
We got the basic recipe down and then added our own Fashionably Bombed touch, of course! Spiked Thai Iced Tea 4 ounces Baileys (or unsweetened condensed milk for the non-alcoholic version) 1 cup water 4 tablespoons Thai tea mix (we used Pantai Norasingh) 3-4 teaspoons sugar (or to taste) Bring water and tea to a boil. Fashionably Bombed.
Fashionably Bombed: Margarita Monday: Peach & Black Pepper. Peach & Black Pepper Margarita Makes 2 2-3 cups frozen peaches (cut fresh peaches into large chunks and freeze the night before) 1/2 cup freshly squeezed lime juice 1/4 cup Black Pepper Infused Tequila 1/4 cup triple sec 1 tablespoon sugar Kosher salt Pepper Add peaches, lime juice, tequila, triple sec and sugar to a blender.
Blend. For rim: Mix salt and pepper on a plate, rub rim of each glass with a lime and dip into the mixture. Behind the bar: annette joseph’s blood orange basil gimlet. February’s Behind the Bar is a mix of summer and winter.
Blood oranges are available only in the coldest winter months, and basil, of course, is summery. If like me you freeze large bunches of basil during the summer months, you can dig into the freezer for this Blood Orange Basil Gimlet, provided by Atlanta-based stylist Annette Joseph. Later this month, Annette will launch a “Celebrity Cocktail of the Week” feature on her blog that promises a spectacular lineup that I can’t wait to see. In the meantime, I couldn’t resist asking Annette for her favorite cocktail. Learn more about Annette and her cocktail recipe after the jump. — Kristina. Blood Orange Cocktail. Serves: 5oz. cocktail 2 oz. vodka 1/4 oz. triple sec 1/4 oz. simple syrup 2 1/2 oz. blood orange juice Ice Juice 2-3 blood oranges.
Strain the juice to remove any pulp. Cut a thin strip of peel for a garnish. Scrape the white pith off the back of them. Behind the bar: chelsea + tec petaja’s “magic juice” While we are hard at work on some major projects and enhancements at HORNE, Alissa and I are loving this creative couple kick our column seems to be on.
This week’s creative couple hails from Tennessee, had their wedding featured on the cover of the premiere Issue of Southern Weddings Magazine and while one is an amazingly talented professional photographer, the other is an equally talented artist & educator. Can’t figure it out? We are honored to be featuring the preferred beverage of Tec and Chelsea Petaja. Tec Petaja is not only a widely published wedding photographer but also has a keen eye and passion for commercial photography. Special Guest Post by Not Martha: The Jasmine. Pink Grapefruit Cocktail Recipe : Alexandra Guarnaschelli.
Ginger Sangria recipe from food52. Author Notes: This recipe I recently adapted from Country Living (probably the closest I have ever come to country living).
I was searching for a recipe that included simple syrup so that I could infuse the syrup with ginger. In addition to boiling the ginger in the simple syrup, I added slices of ginger to the syrup to sit overnight to intensify the flavor. This is optional. To keep the sangria cool, fill an old orange juice quart with water and freeze overnight. Cut the paper away from the ice and add the block of ice to the sangria before serving. Rose Berry Bliss Cocktail Recipe - Wine Punch Recipe for a Rose Berry Bliss.