Browsing Category : Food and Wine

kitchenaid

Prep For The Holidays With The Help Of KitchenAid and Best Buy


Before you know it the holidays will be here and that means the never ending cooking and baking is about to begin. If you’ve even slightly considered replacing your kitchen appliances before the holidays then now is the time to do it. KitchenAid (we already love their stand mixer, right?) has a completely link of appliances that is going to…

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LG ProBake

Prep for the Holidays With LG ProBake Double Oven


  Do you love to bake for the holidays? Wishing you had more oven space to double up on your baking fun? The LG ProBake Double Oven, available at Best Buy, can help make your holiday baking fun and efficient. LG ProBake Convection™ Not only is it a double oven, but it’s also a convection oven meaning you can have…

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steak

Raise The Steaks At Outback Steakhouse


This mouth watering post and images brought to you by Outback Steakhouse. Fittingly enough I was just at an American Beef Council event learning all about different cuts of steaks, menu shortcut and more. I thought the timing was perfect since the new Outback Steakhouse menu showed up in my inbox. I love seeing what new creations Outback comes up…

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pumpkin cookie recipe

Enjoy This Soft Pumpkin Cookies Recipe This Fall


There is something about the air turning a bit more crisp and the smell of fall in the air that makes me crave pumpkin. These cookies are the perfect compliment to the season. It’s mild pumpkin flavor makes these pumpkin cookies a safe bet for everyone. Visiting the farmers market I can’t resist purchasing pie pumpkins. They sit on the…

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French 75 Cocktail Recipe

French 75 Cocktail Recipe + Free NOLA Mardi Gras Museum


Located just off of New Orleans’ famous Bourbon St you’ll find the French 75 Bar, adjacent to the distinguished Arnaud’s, a remarkable New Orleans restaurant. Settle in to a cozy table or find a seat at the bar and enjoy one of the most popular drinks in the city, the French 75 cocktail.  As you relax and sip your cocktail…

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cherry bounce

It’s Time To Make Cherry Bounce


I do believe it’s time to make some Cherry Bounce. What is Cherry Bounce? Well, my friends, this is quite a delightful little concoction that requires a bit of time to age, but is completely worth the wait. Of course, you’ll need some cherries. I stopped by a local farm and picked 5 pints, but you can also go to…

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Peach Cocktail

Georgia on my Mind Peach Cocktail Recipe


“Georgia, Georgia The whole day through  Just an old sweet song Keeps Georgia on my mind” ~Ray Charles Georgia has been on my mind a lot recently especially since a friend was just sharing her adventures through the state. She reminded me why I love Georgia’s agritourism and southern style cooking and need to spend months exploring their food culture.…

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Rum Babalu

Rum Babalu Cocktail Recipe + Must Have Cocktail Shakers


(c) Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar It’s National Rum Day (well, of course it is, I mean, it’s always National “fill in the blank” Day, right?) and I typically don’t get behind this new trend of each day celebrating something. However, I couldn’t pass up a day to celebrate rum! Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar will be celebrating the day with…

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unique s'mores

Try These 9 Unique S’mores Recipes


Celebrate national s’mores day with on of these 9 unique s’mores recipes from Shari’s Berries. Just because summer feels like it might be winding down (I know, how DARE I even say those words) there is still plenty of time to make a delicious s’more over a campfire I love how the creative way to make these s’mores. When we make s’mores…

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dragonwater

Dragonwater Cocktail Recipe


(c)Recipe creator/photographer: Mixologist Jeremey Brown Take a bite off the edge of summer heat with this Dragonwater Cocktail. A mix of Mezcal, some sweet and some heat Dragonwater will definitely impress your friends with your mixology skills! Dragonfruit is typically found in hot climates. For my friends in the United States some dragonfruit is grown in California and Florida, but…

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