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Thursday, May 23rd, 2013


{Wasabi peas are a great snack. Problem is: I despise the flavor of wasabi. Instead, I strain and rinse a can of chickpeas and let them dry for a few hours on layers of paper towels. Then, I spread them out onto a lined baking sheet, toss them in a tablespoon or 2 of olive oil, some cumin, nutmeg, cinnamon and a little kosher salt, and roast them in a 400-degree oven until they’re golden and super crispy, about 30 to 40 minutes. They’re great atop salads like this one, in your desk as a workday snack or even as a bar snack at your next cocktail party.}


{When temperatures climb past 90, finishing a 2- or 3-mile run can feel like returning from the surface of the sun. So I fill a Mason jar with water, drop in a few slices of cucumber and lemon, screw on the lid and pop it in the fridge. When I return from running all hot and sweaty, I have a cold and refreshing beverage that’s scented with the fresh flavors of the season. Don’t have Mason jars? Make your summer-ready water in a pitcher, carafe or even a plain old drinking glass. And feel free to swap out lemons for oranges, cucumber for fresh mint leaves, or any other infusions you’re craving.}


{I’m a whiskey-on-the-rocks kind of girl, so recipes have never been required for happy hour at my house. But lately I’ve been basking in Manhattans everywhere I go, and I’m finally ready to start stirring them up at home. An avid cookbook collector, I can’t wait to add Vintage Cocktails to my at-home bar. With all the classic gin and whiskey recipes I could ask for, it’s a great read for the novice at-home bartender. And thanks to the sleek cover, vibrant pictures and quirky handwritten typeface, it will look great on my newly minted butler’s tray.}



Thursday Giveaway: The clock is ticking!

Thursday, December 27th, 2012

Love free stuff? We have good news! Today we’re giving away the book To Have and Have Another: A Hemingway Cocktail Companion by cocktail historian Philip Greene. This book, highlighted in last week’s Drink This Weekend Edition, will keep the literary lush in your life quite entertained with liquor-filled stories about Papa Hemingway, his novels and even recipes for drinks referenced in his works.

All you have to do is answer this question in the comments section below or on our Facebook page. Then, we’ll pick a winner and announce him or her via the blog and Facebook. What’s your favorite Hemingway inspired drink and/or Hemingway boozy character (Hint: They all are!) from one of his books?

Entries start NOW and last until noon. ***The literary nerds on staff are in love with you all! But, Chuck Groth, you are our winner. Everyone else, thanks for playing! Check back in next Thursday!***

Thursday Giveaway: The clock is ticking!

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

Love free stuff? Already stressing about holiday shopping? We have good news! Running through December, we’ll be doing giveaways every Thursday. Today we’re giving away Color Me Drunk, a drinking and drawing activity book. You might recognize this coloring book “for kids 21 and over” from Sauce’s holiday guide. All you have to do is tell us the top three songs you would put on your Ultimate Drinking Playlist. Write your list in the comments section below, on our Facebook wall or on our Twitter feedThen, we’ll pick our favorite list. Entries start NOW and last until 2:30 p.m. We’ll announce the winner later this afternoon.

* What great suggestions! After much debate around the office, we finally decided on a winner: Molly M. Collier who posted on our Facebook page. Thanks for playing! Check back in next week!

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