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RECIPE ROUNDUP: Six Great Holiday Hors D’oeuvres and Cocktails Pairings

By Heeseung Kim | December 16, 2013


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‘Tis the season to eat, drink, and be merry, and we’re here to help. Here are recipes for drinks hot and cold, along with bites to complement them perfectly. Impress your friends with these great hors d’oeuvre and cocktail pairings, and we promise merriness will naturally follow.

WARM AND COMFORTING
EAT: Bacon-Lingonberry Gougeres
DRINK: Glogg

SWEET AND SPICY
EAT: Jalapeno Cornbread
DRINK: Spiked Hot Chocolate

EARTHY AND ROBUST
EAT: Mushroom and Fontina Crostini
DRINK: Mulled Cider

HEARTY AND BOLD
EAT: Korean Short Ribs
DRINK: Persimmon Smash

LIGHT AND CRISP
EAT: Tuna Tartare with Potato Pancakes
DRINK: The Thymely Dalmatian

RICH AND LUXE
EAT: Chocolate Bourbon Truffles
DRINK: The Red Rooster Mistletoe

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8 Celebration Cocktails to Make This Weekend

By Christopher Stewart | June 6, 2013

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The start to summer is also the start of many celebrations. From graduations, weddings, showers and more, you always want something wonderful to help top off such a joyous occasion.  Along with perfectly made food and detailed cakes, your cocktails for your celebration need to be just as special. Whether it’s a toast with a classic martini or a outdoor barbecue to congratulate a new graduate, allow your cocktails to be just as fun as your celebration. Read More

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Spring Cocktail Round-Up

By Kendall Kish | May 13, 2013

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With spring in full force and beautiful weather on the forecast, what better a time to round-up a few cocktails inspired by the season.

The Aviation, Strawberry-Bourbon Spritzer, St. Germain Cocktail, Cucumber Martini

Strawberry Rhubarb Sangria: This recipe calls for the classic combination of strawberry and rhubarb mixed into a delicious and strong sangria.

St. Germain Spring Cocktail Recipes: Follow this link for many ways to use this elderflower liquor that is ever-so popular right now, and is versatile enough to pair with many traditional spirits.

Strawberry Basil Bourbon Spritzer: This cocktail is just as delicious as it is beautiful. Start taking full advantage of using fresh berries muddled in with your favorite liquor and mixer of choice. Read More

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The Perfect Storm

By mahir | March 24, 2011

Cocktail Recipe

Originally, punch was likely a way for hosts to simultaneously get rid of unwanted spirits and juices and intoxicate their guests. Despite dubious origins, when mixed properly, punch can be a real treat. Read More

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Toast to the Weekend: Manzana Cider Recipe

By mahir | November 12, 2010

Toast to the Weekend: Manzana Cider recipe

As I strolled through the Farmer’s Market earlier this week, my eyes fixated on several bold-colored apples.  Their ripe peels came in an array of flawless greens and flashy reds.  Fall is the prime season for these crisp fruits. This is when you will find the ripest, juiciest centers that lack the mealy, mushiness often found during off-peak times of the year.  The fresh apples got me thinking about what kinds of dishes and cocktails I could stir up this weekend.  A roasted chicken with my apple-squash fritters would make for the type of comforting meal this season calls for.  To wash it down, I settled on this daring, yet sweet cider recipe that bravely incorporates some tequila, an ingredient in which I might also decide to braise my meat.

Manzana Cider: Fill a mixing glass with ice.  Pour in 1 ounce of Reposado Tequila, 1/4 ounce of creme de casis (a blackcurrant-flavored liqueur), 1 ounce of apple cider, and 1/4 ounce of lemon juice.  Shake the mixing glass to blend and then strain the drink into a Collins glass.  Garnish it with a slice from those crisp, seasonal apples.

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