Alie & Georgia: Exactly How Much Booze to Buy For Your Holiday Party
People always ask us how much hard liquor they should buy for a party and our advice might surprise you. You don’t need much. If you don’t already have a huge home ... of wine and beer and pies and food, it’s a great idea to have a cooler with ...
In a pickle: What to do with a bad bottle of wine
Newlywed, new mom and first-time home ... your own wine cooler. Add the wine to some blackberry-flavored soda or ginger ale and throw in some freshly sliced fruit for good measure. Make homemade wine vinegar. First, if the wine has a high alcohol content ...
Atascadero couple's organic farm flavors their gourmet vinegars
“Ten years ago, we didn’t think about what vinegar we used or what olive oil we used,” said Eshelby, who oversees the Central Coast Wine Competition ... took home the gold for shelf-stable food service product in 2012. Chaparral Gardens’ Blackberry ...
Colorado Chiller Coors` Answer To Wine Coolers
The fast-moving market for wine coolers and their imitations, which are little more than citrus-flavored drinks with a bit of alcohol, has a new player in ... Royal Crown, with only a 2.5 percent share of the take-home soft-drink business, has shown ...
Botany and booze: Grow the perfect cocktail garden
The food you grow in your garden isn't limited ... with the rose-flavored leaves and uses the mixture to make a refreshing cocktail, perfect for spring. "That is something that can be splashed into a vodka or gin drink, and you get this really amazing ...
Homemade infusions add flavor to meals
Each year the Oregon State University Extension Service Master Food ... your garden, including basil, mint, tarragon, thyme, oregano, chives, sage, garlic, dill, and even the blossoms of chives, nasturtiums, or lavender for added color. To make flavored ...