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We combat the heat in my house with a pitcher of iced tea, ready-to-drink at all times of the day. Usually we keep it unsweetened, but with rising temperatures and tensions, the clever way I’ve found to keep everyone cool and calm is by adding just a touch of sugar. And I don’t tolerate half-dissolved crystals in the bottom of my tall tea glass. That’s not only an amateur's move, but a complete waste of sugar. Don’t waste time trying to dissolve this untreated sugar—it’s nearly impossible. Instead, use simple syrup, a predissolved sugar-water solution. Shake it into summer cocktails, stir it into iced tea, even sweeten your sorbet. You can use simple sugar in place of granulated sugar anytime you wish. Yes, you can find it on shelves of gourmet kitchen stores, but what they don’t want you to know is that it’s extremely easy and simple to make.
All too often liquid refreshment at a backyard BBQ is an afterthought—much like the last hot dog that sits on the top rack of the grill, slowly drying out as it waits to be enjoyed with mustard. But this post aims to put an end to that. Though this is just a crash course of BBQ drink pairings, it’ll get you well on your way to a better BBQ.
Playing bartender all night at your own party isn’t exactly our idea of a good time, but whipping up a crafty cocktail is guaranteed to get a stir and impress guests. Besides, super-sizing your concoctions is the rebuttal frat boys everywhere have been teaching us for years. We’re stealing their idea but ditching the plastic buckets and jungle juice for more mature mixers.
The Tablecraft 16oz 3-Piece Beehive Bar Shaker is the perfect gift for the cocktail connoisseur in your life. Ideal for chilling and mixing drinks, this classy beehive shaker is made of stainless steel and is versatile enough to get you through fancy parties or a simple cosmopolitan after a long day at the office. Read on for more information.
Last year I was really left thinking: "What happened people? When did Cinco de Mayo get so boring?" Now-a-days the fifth of May means taking my pick from a slew of unimaginative restaurants, whose idea of “holiday spirit” is whipping up some ground beef tacos and serving them alongside week frozen margaritas. But no more! I say it's time to try something new, something refreshing and something that is not a margarita...