The Snowflake Martini captures the beauty and freshness of the first snowfall of winter with a mix of vodka and peppermint horchata. Cheers to snow!
This fast and delicious creamy red lentil soup only uses six simple ingredients: onion, garlic, turmeric, salt, red lentils, & veggie broth. Simple perfection!
Feel free to use a good Scotch in your cocktails, like the This & That and the Godfather. YOLO (you only live once), and besides, it’s the holidays!
The Thanks-a-Latte cocktail is a crowd-pleasing starter for Thanksgiving that saves plenty of room for all that great wine & champagne (& the food, of course).
The espresso martini & espresso old-fashioned are delicious cocktails and give you a bit of a caffeine boost so you can enjoy those holiday nights by the fire.
Here’s an easy way to jazz up your holiday toasts! Add a splash of cordial to the bottom of your flute glass for different colors & flavors, & top with bubbles.
Cocktail Tasting: A Coffee-Infused Negroni to Start, and a Peanut Butter Cookie Cocktail for Dessert
A coffee-bean infusion transforms the classic Negroni cocktail. Try a coffee Negroni to start the evening & a Peanut Butter Cookie cocktail for dessert!
Dark rum is a great foundation for cocktails because the over-proof stands up to mixers. Here are my recipes for a Dark & Stormy Daiquiri and a Rum Cream!
Have extra egg whites from making homemade egg nog? Use them in this delicious egg white frittata recipe, a crowd-pleasing breakfast that is healthy and yummy!
Everything’s better with bubbles! Here’s my favorite Elderflower French 75 cocktail, which includes gorgeous notes of floral elderflower and fruity lychee.