Drink Recipes

Samuel Johnson, author of the first English dictionary, wrote "Claret is the drink for boys, port for men, but he who aspires to be a hero must drink brandy."

making glogg
Samuel Johnson, author of the first English dictionary, wrote "Claret is the drink for boys, port for men, but he who aspires to be a hero must drink... read more
smoked bloody mary
The Bloody Mary is the classic eye-opener, 19th holer, hair of the dog, and a chance to drink your veggies. The Bloody Mary has a name that cannot be... read more
john mariani's daiquiri recipe
I drink mostly beer, wine, and straight whiskey on the rocks, but I do have a soft spot for some of the tried and true classic cocktails. To me a... read more
red pig
A meal of barbecue begs for libation to wash it down, and a meal without barbecue and a drink is called breakfast. The key in selecting the right... read more
bed
The whole concept of matching food and drink is to select a beverage that will wash down the solids, clean your teeth of seeds, and enhance the... read more
smoked iced cognac
This may be one of the coolest and, at the same time, one of the goofiest ideas I've ever had. But it's not too surprising if you've read my bio and... read more
grilled lemons
David Rosengarten is a superb chef, a brilliant taster, an entertaining writer, and an inspirational teacher. He is best known for his popular TV... read more
Bacardi claims the original recipe for this refreshing warm weather cooler goes back to 1586. According to legend, Queen Elizabeth I filled her... read more
iced tea
In the Southeast, when you ask for tea, people assume you mean iced and sweet, and that's the way they serve it. The sweetener is always refined... read more
southern comfort plantation
Southern Comfort was my drink of choice in college where I was introduced to it by watching Janis Joplin guzzle it straight from the bottle at a... read more

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