Monthly Archives: March 2015

Weekend Drinks: Blood Orange Cocktail

There isn’t enough space in the freezer to save the amount of blood orange juice we’re pumping out for cocktails. The problem is that we can’t seem to walk past the market’s blood orange display without scooping up a few … Continue reading

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How to Write a Recipe Book!

Now that we’ve finished our third book debuting this fall, Cocktails for Cougars and Cowgirls, we can sit back, drink wine, and share a few things we’ve learned about how to write a recipe book. We’re not going to lie…it’s not … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Wine Review: Lima

We thought that it would be the perfect accompaniment to a baked fish dinner on a warm, spring, Sunday night, but this wine turned out to be quite a disappointment. It was bitter to the a degree of being undrinkable. … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Day Cabbage Stew

Even though the classic St. Patrick’s Day meal of corned beef and cabbage is always a winner, it’s nice to mix things up once in a while. Cabbage stew is on the menu this weekend! Because this stew calls for … Continue reading

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Another Sneak Peek!

By now you’ve made and shared our Cacacha Lemongrass Cocktail, straight from our forthcoming book “Cocktails for Cougars & Cowgirls.” We have another sneak peek recipe just for you to try and make for friends. Let us know what you think! … Continue reading

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