These bites are a step up from classic prosciutto-wrapped melon and provide sweet, spicy, salty, tart, and meaty tastes. If you can’t find serrano ham, use prosciutto; you also can use balsamic glaze in place of pomegranate molasses. Read more
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This refreshing wine cocktail is easy to make and even easier to drink. Fresh, delicious, and easy. The best way to prolong summer. Read more
Puts other dishes to Shame. Read more
Tiki drinks might traditionally be served with pupu platters and other Polynesian delights, but this sweet-and-spicy snack mix would be just right alongside a Mai Tai or Pina colada. Like Chex Mix on holidays, our blend contains plantain and banana chips, cashews and coconut, generously seasoned with chile-lime salt. Read more
Yep, We Made the McDonald’s Shamrock Shake (a Little Bit) Healthier. Read more
The concept of Tiki cocktails has radically transformed in recent years. The over-the-top sugar bombs of yesteryear have been replaced with a more sophisticated drink, one that’s well-balanced and rum-forward and yet still evokes everything you love about beach vacations. Best of all, we got to keep the kitchy glasses. Read more
Please use a SUSTAINABLE FISH. Read more
It’s everyone’s favorite refreshing tequila cocktail… in cake form.
Truly, what could be better? With tart lime curd and tequila syrup, this festive show-stopper cake does justice to the flavors of an authentic margarita.
Coffee cocktails aren’t just for brunch anymore. Besides being a conduit for caffeine, coffee (the good stuff) is full of oils and rich flavors that can pair nicely with spirits and liqueurs, especially bittersweet amari. These are 3 Coffee Cocktails from bars across the U.S. you can make at home, whether you’re entertaining or just looking for a little jolt. Read more