August 3, 2014

The “Bon Problème:” Is Climate Change Altering the Wines We Drink – and Getting Us Drunk Faster?

Wine Problems

French producers are calling it the “bon problème“– warmer temperatures that are increasing output in many traditional wine producing regions. But these warmer temperatures are also affecting grapes in ways that may have already fundamentally altered the nature of some wines. And not necessarily in positive ways. That’s the message of a well-written piece published yesterday by Gwynn Guilford on Qz.com. Read the rest of this entry »

July 1, 2012

Fishbowls You Can Drink!

If you’re planning any summer parties you must make this cocktail. Doesn’t it just look like the funnest thing you could ever drink? Keep reading to find out how to make it. Read the rest of this entry »

May 31, 2011

9 Refreshing Mexican Drinks for the Summer!

Everybody has heard of a margarita, but have you ever heard of a michelada, a mojito, or sangrita?  Get recipes for these tasty drinks and many more (including margaritas) after the jump!  With both alcoholic and non-alcoholic recipes, this collection will take your summer parties to a whole new level!
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May 3, 2011

Loving (and Hating!) Tequila and Guacamole

Just because I’m not Mexican doesn’t mean I can’t celebrate Cinco de Mayo! This fun-filled holiday is only two days away, and I still don’t know what I’m going to be doing. My gut is telling me to go out for some tequila, but my brain is telling me to stay home and just chow down on some guacamole. I wonder which will win out?

I have a love/hate relationship with both tequila and guacamole. Find out why after the jump!

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