Posts tagged with: libations

  • boozy recipes
These 60 boozy recipes range from sweet to savory and feature every kind of booze there is! Browse them all or jump to the booze you’re searching for. Cheers! Boozy recipes are so fun, and so versatile. There’s wine braised meats, whiskey barbecue sauce, rum-soaked banana pudding, tequila chicken, and penne alla vodka. But that’s......
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  • apple cider sangria
This Apple Cider Sangria is the perfect fall drink. Made with spiced apple cider, white wine, fresh fruit, brandy, and warm autumn spices. Cheers! Sangria is pretty much one of my favorite things to make. Ever. When I lived in San Diego, I would throw a lot of themed parties for my friends and Hyatt......
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  • pumpkin spice turmeric tea
This Pumpkin Spice Turmeric Tea Latte is Golden Milk with a fall makeover! Brimming with warm, autumn spices, this good-for-you turmeric tea contains anti-inflammatory compounds and antioxidants. It’s officially October, so we’re not making just regular, plain ol’ turmeric tea. Oh, no. We’re making Pumpkin Spice Turmeric Tea Lattes. And we’re making it with Truvia‘s......
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  • champagne float
Ice. Cream. Champagne. Floats. Why have I not done this before? Do you know how much I love champagne?! (Hint: a lot). I created this float to celebrate The Tony Awards happening next Sunday! Why this float in particular? It’s an ode to the Broadway musical She Loves Me, and its most well-known song, Vanilla......
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  • elderflower cordial
I am absolutely, positively, insanely obsessed with all things elderflower. It’s common knowledge that I will order anything and everything that has St. Germain in it at a bar. It’s even more common knowledge that I would never dare to celebrate a New Year’s Eve, Christmas, or special occasion without St. Germain topped champagne. And,......
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Fall has most definitely arrived. At least here in the Pacific Northwest. The air is cool and crisp and encourages warm scarves, cozy sweaters and hot cups of coffee for hand-warmers. Leaves fall like confetti onto tree-lined sidewalks, crackling beneath the heels of passerbys and freckling the pavement burnt orange and gold. The sun is......
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