This month’s MxMo theme hosted by Thiago of Bartending Notes was pineapple. In an effort to give the king of fruits his due I racked my brain for a cocktail that incorporated one of my favorite fruits
Until a week ago I had never heard of the spirit called Applejack. Apparently back in Colonial times when strapping men were settling this great land of ours they produced a lot of apples. These apples were made into cider
One bar tale holds the Southside was created during Prohibition Era by gangsters on Chicago’s South Side to hide the flavor of the bath tub gin they were distributing.
Daiquiri. Today the word evokes a bloated frozen drink full of imitation fruit flavors and sickly sweet syrups served up at a chain restaurant by a waitress covered in flair.
The Old Fashioned cocktail is an example of the edict less is more. While strolling around Savannah eating and drinking I sampled one, two, several Old Fashioneds.
I’ve always been a sucker for blue drinks. It started when I was a kid and Kool-Aid came out with their Berry Blue flavor. I remember my mom mixing it up by the pitcher
In my quest for interesting cocktails from the 1930s I came across an article on Zite detailing the Nullo. The recipe was mixed by Fredric Yarn
At the beginning of the 20th century one of the hottest actresses in silent films was a saucy little Canadian named Mary Pickford.
This past weekend Becky and I took a trip to Savannah, Georgia to celebrate our 9th wedding anniversary. In addition to visiting several notable historic sites we used the vacation to eat and drink our way through Savannah.