Perfect Gluten-Free Red Beer Recipe

The folks at Whole Foods Market asked me to pop in and show y’all how to make the how to make the perfect Gluten-Free Red Beer, and I was happy to oblige. If you’ve got questions about which GF beer to use in this Perfect Gluten-Free Red Beer Recipe, check out my video about gluten-free beer here. Read more…

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Lemon Crush Cocktail Recipe

This sweet, sour and refreshing Lemon Crush Cocktail recipe could be your new summer favorite – but I drink them well into the fall. This cocktail is inspired by my crew’s favorite libation at P.F. Chang’s – a lemony-coconut water concoction that the bartender wouldn’t give up the recipe for. Even though I use coconut Read more…

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Bloody Caesar Cocktail Recipe

Bloody Caesar cocktails are one of my favorite brunch + summer sips. The refreshing brininess and flourish of garnishes takes the basic Bloody Mary up a notch. Canada’s “national cocktail” is the Bloody Caesar, invented by bartender Walter Chell in Calgary, Alberta in 1969. The Caesar originally contained mashed clams,  but the i ntroduction of Clamato made it substantially Read more…

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Hugo Recipe (Sparkling Elderflower Cocktail)

The Hugo is a German staple with Italian roots. Created in Northern Italy as an alternative to the basic wine spritzer, the Hugo cocktail is hugely popular in bars and pubs throughout Southern Germany and Austria. This Hugo recipe is a deeply refreshing blend of sparkling wine, mint, and elderflower cordial. Elderflower cordial or syrup varies Read more…

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Boozy Lemonade Blueberry Cocktail

This Boozy Lemonade Blueberry Cocktail is one of my summer favorites! Refreshing and full of blueberry flavor, everyone loves it when I serve these.  The color is gorgeous too. It’s easy to make your own simple syrup – just combine equal parts sugar and water in a saucepan over medium and stir until sugar dissolves Read more…

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Bloody Caesar Cocktail

The Bloody Caesar is one of my favorite brunch sips. Refreshing brininess and a flourish of garnishes takes the basic Bloody Mary up a notch.

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