Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Richly flavored comfort food that’s easy to make ahead
Ready for some fall fare? This deep-flavored dish will take the chill off.
Long, slow cooking tenderizes short ribs and extracts maximum flavor from them. And this dish is best if you make it a day or so ahead of time, then reheat it right before serving. That makes it perfect for company.
So get those dinner invitations ready. No engraving required.
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
A tasty and tongue-tingling starter (or side)
When you think of Mexican-style food, you may not picture salad. Let’s change that, shall we?
This green-bean salad works with any Mexican-themed meal. But its mild spicing plays well with other cuisines, too.
Healthy, tasty, versatile. That’s our kind of Mexican hat trick.
Wednesday, September 4, 2019
A 19th century classic with smooth (but complex) flavor
As summer fades into fall, we’re looking for weightier cocktails – but ones that still remind us of sunny summer days.
Enter the East India Cocktail. Its name reflects the glory days of the British Empire, when India was the jewel in the crown.
And the drink’s flavor? Well, that’s the real jewel.
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Cool and tasty, the perfect antidote to summer’s swelter
No-bake cake? We’re in!
Especially when it tastes like a Dark and Stormy Cocktail – with whipped cream.
So grab your bottle of rum and get ready to whip up a cool dessert. Yo ho ho!
Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Smoky and intriguing – with a bit of bite
Mezcal has attitude. It’s sharper tasting than tequila (a close relative) and carries its smokiness with swagger.
So what happens when you mix mezcal with Campari and sweet vermouth? A Negroni-like cocktail with spellbinding charm.
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Fajita flavor taken to the next level
Don’t you hate it when your taco falls apart? Just as you’re ready to take a juicy bite, fajita strips and onions land on your lap.
Fortunately, we’ve found a better way. We disassembled this dish and substituted a bed of cheesy, spicy grits for tortilla wraps. Our version of fajitas is easier to make — and even tastier than the original. Not to mention better looking than a lap full of grease.
Take that, gravity.
Wednesday, August 7, 2019
A cool and refreshing New Orleans classic
New Orleans is famous for its cocktails. And one of the most beloved is the Ramos Gin Fizz.
Home bartenders rarely make it, though. Mostly because they’ve heard you need to shake it for ages to make it “properly.”
Well, no worries. We can offer some shortcuts that get great results.
Your wrists will thank us.