July 24, 2014
Let’s just say it up-front: while very large numbers of Americans are more than happy to consume copious quantities of tequila in their margaritas and palomas, relatively few home cooks spend much time using the fabulous product of the agave plant as an ingredient in meal preparation. And that’s a great shame, because tequila adds a very flavorful complement to many different types of meals, though it does need to be handled carefully if a cook wants to exploit its full potential.
So here, on National Tequila Day, I thought it only appropriate to share a few thoughts on using tequila in cooking – prior to suggest three must-make tequila-enhanced meals. Read the rest of this entry »
Our first annual celebration of National Tequila Day happens in just one hour. Join us, along with the editors of Fit and Fab Living and the amazing cocktail concoction specialists of Pom Wonderful, for what will likely be the event of the day. There will be contests, prizes, tequila-serving ideas and lots of fun interaction with foodies and tequila fans of all types.
So just log on to Twitter and meet up with all of us at #TequilaThursday in one hour (6pm PST /7pm CST / 8pm EST). It should be a blast.
July 23, 2014
How are you celebrating National Tequila Day? No plans yet? No problem!
Join the teams at Chew On That and our sister site Fit and Fab Living, as well as some awesome cocktail experts from our event sponsor POM Wonderful, at the #TequilaThursday Twitter Party tomorrow at 8pm Eastern / 7pm Central.
#TequilaThursday is our celebration of the woefully overlooked national holiday, where we’ll be talking everything tequila. To become a part of the festivities, all you have to do is logon to Twitter at 8pm EST and follow the hashtag, #TequilaThursday. And yes, rest assured, there will be prizes, contests and general, tequila-flavored frivolity. Read the rest of this entry »
June 26, 2013
It hasn’t been too long since I’ve hit the legal age. But contrary to Hollywood depictions, I haven’t been frequenting high-class bars or roaming the streets like a wild child. Instead, I’ve been what my brother calls “boring” and “lame” for not acquainting my palette with drinks. Whether it’s my brother’s occasional pestering or the thought of being uncultured and ignorant, my curiosity is beginning to get the best of me this summer.
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