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How to Drink & Cook Like a Celebrity From Moby and Tom Colicchio to Nathan Myhrvold, this year we interviewed a range of celebrities about their own cooking and drinking rules and philosophies. No two of the answers were the same and the stories often revealed a very personal side of [...]
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Good cheer: Warm up with these winter sips at Spokane-area bars For New Year's Eve – whether you're at Clover or home or elsewhere – consider a classic French 75 or Champagne cocktail for your midnight toast. These bubbly beverages will add sparkle to any occasion – or afternoon or evening. Clover makes its French [...]
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18 Things To Know Before You Go To New Orleans If the reputation of Bourbon Street or the industry epicenter that is Tales of the Cocktail don't give it away, drinking is an art form in New Orleans. To that end, visitors will encounter some of the most lenient alcohol laws in the country. Don't [...]
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Dress up crackers and a spread with plenty of almonds If you're fed up with your 3 p.m. handful of almonds and find yourself eyeballing the office's snack machine, this Almond and Flax Crackers with Smoked Almond Spread recipe from The Culinary Institute of America is very much what you need. We made it a [...]
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I awake feeling well and so am fully able to appreciate the comfort of a soft bed, full pillows and a light duvet. Feeling well I can really appreciate it all the more so I stay in bed for an hour or so after waking just to keep wrapping the quilt around my toes and moving around on the mattress and feeling it soft underneath rather than hard and punishing... Even the pillows ahh the pillows, they really add to the comfort of a bed. Previously working out the route between places had really alluded me but suddenly I stumbled across a wonderful website that makes it really clear which train is leaving from where and an indication of how late it typically is (about an hour it...
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Smugglers' Inn started as a theme restaurant in Blaine, Minnesota and has become, if not a legitimate advertising agency, then a viable agency alternative with two dedicated ad employees, Carol Henderson, art director and Jarl Olsen, copywriter. It has been two months since my last blog posting. OK, so if you are a fan of Smugglers’ Inn, you know that two months is about par between transmissions from our cramped manager’s office nestled between Smug’s kitchen and store room. Still, when God sends you a miracle, it behooves you not to keep quiet about it. There are social media obligations. “A divine miracle at Smugglers’ Inn. ” Hardee-har-har. I will have you know, Snarky-puss, that a letter was written and has been mailed to his holiness, the archbishop of Minneapolis-St. Paul, father Hebda.
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Most seasons have a signature cocktail. We drink fresh and fruity in the summer, brown and brooding in the winter. But what do we drink in the fall, other than apple cider? Apple cider cocktails. Specifically, this Cortland Jab.This recipe features some of the season’s favorite flavors, with a special ingredient that may be new to you. Before we even get to the “shrub,” though, we add just enough apple brandy to make it count, fresh apple cider (often produced with sweet Cortland apples,...
It’s happy hour somewhere! Author and celebrity party planner Mark Addison invited Us Weekly to Ladurée Soho in the heart of New York City, not only for a taste of their iconic macaroons, but also to share two delicious drink recipes from his new book, Cocktail Chameleon. Watch the video above to see a champagne cocktail that’s fit for a royal wedding and a coffee cocktail that pairs perfectly with dessert! Refreshing Summer Cocktails to Make for Your 4th of July Party In the book,...
October 19, 2017"No cream or sugar, please," is the sentiment I often cling to when ordering any kind of espresso drink. While I'm not above a light and sweet gas station coffee on the road, you could say I'm a bit of a purist when it comes to drinking it at home.A quick little shot of something warm: Livorno punch from Italy | (Emilly Dryden/Courtesy Food52)But, lately, I've been testing the waters with espresso drinks, either while visiting new places in the U.S. or abroad, or mad...
If you search Google Images for “pink squirrel,” you’ll get two results: a fluffy rodent dyed a shocking shade of fuchsia — hopefully with Photoshop — and a blush-colored, milkshake-looking cocktail. A little bit of each is incorporated into Dustin Drankiewicz’s newest cocktail bar, Pink Squirrel.“The squirrel has always been a part of my branding, and I like squirrels because they’re mischievous and fun, like I would be a squirrel,” Drankiewicz joked. “But the pink squirrel is a cocktail...