A&M say: One of those recipes that's a great concept rather than a precise formula, ErinH's iced coffee takes inspiration from both her local coffee house and the New York Times. Adding a teaspoon of cinnamon and a few spoonfuls of dark brown sugar to the coffee as it cold-brews gives it a lush sweetness and a hit of warmth. After a night in the fridge, you strain the coffee and pour it over ice cubes.
A&M say: 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.
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.
We've always loved Thai iced tea, so recently while dining at our favorite Thai restaurant, we asked how to make it.
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
February’s Behind the Bar is a mix of summer and winter.
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.
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.
We love our guest posters, but every once in a while one comes up that makes a thrill of excitement ripple through the office.
Ingredients 3 1/2 ounces fresh pink grapefruit juice, plus grapefruit wedge for garnish 1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice 1/2 ounce orange liqueur 2 ounces vodka
Wine punches are excellent ways to elegantly and conveniently serve a crowd or as a simple way to impress a dinner party and this Rosé Berry Bliss is one of my new favorites. I received it from Clos du Bois for their Toast to Women campaign to promote healthy hearts for women.