Celebrate spring with recipes for five delicious and simple cocktails.
Egg hunts are for the kids at Easter. This year, hunt out the best cocktail recipes for a grown-up celebration. Below are some of the most intriguing drinks that will make your Easter a “hoppy” holiday. Bobby Flay’s Grand Champagne Cocktail is a more sophisticated version of a mimosa. Instead of combining orange juice with…
Now that it is officially the spring, we welcome back delicious, fresh produce to our diets such as asparagus, rhubarb, spinach, artichokes and so many more. Celebrate all that the season has to offer with these simple springtime dishes. Asparagus, Snap Pea, and Avocado Pasta Asparagus, peas and avocados are all in season during…
Committed to throwing a St. Patrick’s Day bash and now stressed about being a host? Not to worry; as long as you focus on the essentials, your party guests will enjoy themselves. Food, drinks and decorations are really the keys to any themed and festive celebration—focus on these items and the party-planning experience can be just as fun as the party itself.
In the past, guys with a kitchen full of cooking accouterments were mocked, but today, the sophisticated bachelor has drawers filled with tools and gadgets for creating a kitchen for dining and entertaining. Most bachelor pads come with a small kitchen perfect for one, but that shouldn’t deter you from owning the right equipment for whipping up your next meal.
Hosting a dinner party requires you to be considerate of other’s dietary restrictions. Not everyone may be able to eat your grandmother’s five-meat and six-cheese lasagna. If you have vegetarian guests, there are several ways that you can tweak your menu to ensure that everyone leaves the event happy and well-fed.
Whether you’re looking to eat locally, shave some money off of your grocery budget or incorporate more fruits and veggies into your diet, knowing what kinds of produce to purchase and when can help you accomplish your goals. Buying seasonal produce will result in tastier—not to mention less costly—fruits and vegetables. Many may be under the misconception that the winter months yield little in the way of crops, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. There are plenty of hearty vegetables and fresh fruits to be found; shoppers just need to know which ones to purchase to get the biggest bang for their buck.