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For the part of the country that is not covered with snow, tangerines are seasonal in December. Tangerines are one of the few citrus crops that are still growing in California, Louisiana and Florida. Substitute tangerine juice in your favorite Kentucky Sidecar recipe like the recipe below.
People are embracing the age-old tradition of throwing classic cocktail parties. There is something quintessentially glamorous about dressing up, clinking delicious cocktails and catching up with friends. Here are three approaches you can take when hosting a party:
Bacon truly tastes great with just about anything, so it’s only natural that it would work well in a cocktail. Bars from Los Angeles to New York have started to feature bacon cocktails on their menus. Lucky patrons get the chance to sip bacon-infused spirits while nibbling on garnishes such as bacon wrapped fried olives. Many mixologists push the boundaries of bacon experimentation by smoking bacon prior to infusing the meat with a spirit. The result is a smoky bacon flavored spirit that tastes more like a savory indulgence than a classic cocktail.
It’s a shame that cranberries are only in season for the first part of November. Thanksgiving always brings out everyone’s hankering for cranberry sauce. However, you don’t have to give up that tart taste. Use pomegranates instead to make an unbelievably refreshing tasting mojito.
Salsa is more than just a zesty dip for chips. It is also a low fat condiment option for almost any type of meal. Most salsas contain a wide range of antioxidant vitamins and phytochemicals. You can actually add an extra serving of vegetables to your daily tally by using a half-cup portion of salsa.
Claim your beverage with an adorable flag cocktail stirrer.
Do you ever feel a slight wave of nausea when giving a toast at a wedding, birthday party or family gathering? You are not alone. People who don’t give speeches for a living (which is most of us) can feel anxious about speaking in public. Rambling is one of the most common threats for those who are unprepared, and it’s also a really easy to do when you are nervous. Here are some tips that can help you give a truly notable toast.
Host the ultimate ice cream party! Ice cream has been a favorite dessert since the colonial days. George Washington served ice cream to guests from his Mt. Vernon home at what could have been one of the first ice cream parties held in the United States. Celebrate this old-fashioned delicacy your own way by adding a new spin on hosting an ice cream party.
Sometimes, pickles hit just the right spot. Whether you need pickles for a your next outdoor party or want just one to satisfy your sour tooth, a nice cold jar of pickles can save the day. A lot of people can bushels of cucumbers. This process involves a lot of sterilization, processing and time. Save yourself the effort and make delicious homemade pickles by using your refrigerator.
Holding yoga poses and cocktails sounds a bit like an oxymoron or at least a good way to pull a groin muscle, but that hasn’t stopped yoga studios across the country from hosting happy hours. Lots of studios are finding that students much prefer staying and socializing after class to running off with their yoga mats. While the trend isn’t exactly sweeping the nation, you can host your own Yogatini Hour with some friends and try it out yourself.
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