Wednesday, July 29, 2020
This Malaysian charmer may be the only Tiki drink to use Campari
Ahh, Tiki drinks: The soul of sweet laid-backness. Nothing bitter about them.
So what is Campari doing in this cocktail? Just enjoying a tropical vacation with its new friends, Jamaican rum and pineapple juice. The result sings like a nightingale and ruffles no feathers.
Mix up a Jungle Bird next time you’re yearning to fly away to Kuala Lumpur. And make enough for your friends. They’ll flock to this one.
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Tequila and lime-fueled tingle in a cooling summer dish
Cheesecake? Absolutely! But who wants to turn on the oven in this heat?
Enter Margarita Cheesecake Mousse. It’s a rich, no-bake tongue pleaser that’s loaded with flavor.
The taste mimics that of its namesake cocktail. But there’s no hangover if you have one too many.
We’ll, um, drink to that.
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
This Tiki classic is the signature drink of a famous San Diego restaurant
The days are long and hot in this part of the world right now. So you need a refreshing cocktail, no?
Preferably a slow slipper with lots of fruit juice and a healthy jolt of rum.
So may we introduce you to our friend, Mr. Bali Hai? We think you’ll get along.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Healthy Mediterranean flavors power this summertime main or side
When the heat is on, we like to eat cool. Enter the main-course salad.
This Mediterranean dish has a base of crunchy cucumbers and toothsome chickpeas. Then we spice it up with Moroccan-themed flavors.
We had planned to visit Morocco in person later this year. Looks like that won’t be happening, so we’ll have to travel virtually – with the assistance of our recipe collection.
Our imaginations will visit the sights. But our taste buds will get the real deal.
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
This homage to the US Marine Corps sports blue curaçao
Fourth of July is coming up. So let’s pursue some happiness, shall we?
And what better choice than the Leatherneck Cocktail? It honors the US Marines – who played a starring role in America’s war of independence.
Back in the day, the Marine uniform included a high leather collar. So “leatherneck” soon become a nickname for Marines.
That collar was uncomfortable – very stiff and rough. But its namesake cocktail? Comfortably smooth. And just stiff enough.