Whoever made up that silly rule about no white after Labor Day clearly has never stunned dinner guests with vegetables in shades of winter white and palest green.
Sadly, there are only a very spare number of weeks each summer when we’re privy to white peaches. Here’s what to do with them while you can.
Whether you need a no-fail romantic dinner for two or an impressive dinner party for more, here’s how to pull it off.
This stunner of a cocktail draws on pantry staples of bourbon, honey, and lemon for its sly and simple sophistication. Think of it as a swanky hot toddy on the rocks.
We upended the proportions of gin, vermouth, and Campari to create a better, stiffer, spiffier negroni cocktail.
You’re not going to believe how spectacularly simple it is to make these impressive cocktail party pretzels with bling.
This classic brings good luck and sated appetites to all those who partake on New Year’s Day, or so says Southern tradition.
This bourbon-imbued after-dinner drink, a variation on classic Irish coffee, is guaranteed to make everything alright.
This Sriracha deviled eggs recipe is made with hard-cooked eggs, mayonnaise, mustard, bacon, and hot sauce. A new classic.
“A seriously lovely grown-up drink.” “Not my father’s whiskey sour!” That’s what folks are saying about this party-friendly punch.
Easy to make. Good with beer. Perfect for parties. Sorta makes us think we’re back in college. Beer pong, anyone?
The author calls this cocktail a “Bicycle” because, in his words, “once you are on, you are on, just keep pedaling, have another.”
These flaky French pastries are dainty, diminutive, and addictive as heck (typed while licking the sugar from our fingers).
Given that there are so many forms of drunkenness—some prettier than others—shouldn’t there be a unique way to describe each?
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