The Campari Orange.

If you know me well, then you know I’m a big fan of Campari. I never met a Negroni I didn’t love, and this summer I posted a (very boozy) recipe… The Royal Promise. Every year, for the past 17 years, Campari unveils a new calendar. They only print 9,999 copies, and you can’t actually purchase it – you have to be lucky enough to be given one

DIY Holiday Photo Gifts.

When it comes to gift giving, nothing beats a homemade gift. Am I right? I think I’m right. Except when you can make something that has a homemade vibe, with a professional look and feel to it. That’s even better. This year, my sister and I decided to try something a little different for our family holiday gifts. In collaboration with Shutterfly

Makin’ Micheladas.

A few weeks ago, I tried my first Michelada. It was at Thrillist’s oyster festival and I wasn’t really sure what to expect as I’m not really a beer girl. I really loved it! If you’re not familiar, the Michelada is also known as a “Bloody Beer,” and makes for the perfect brunch beverage – refreshing and savory. It’s lighter than a Bloody Mary, and equally parts spicy, sour, and fizzy

Fresh Ginger Margarita Recipe.

I’m just going to warn you right now, this might be the best cocktail I’ve ever made. It’s partially because I l-o-v-e anything ginger, but also, it’s just so good. I love that it uses an egg white as it makes for a frothy, speakeasy style cocktail. If you’re not into egg whites, you can skip it… just substitute with 1/8 cup club soda.

Apple Thyme Martini Recipe.

Today, we’re making apple martinis. But not the ones you’re used to. I usually cringe at the thought of apple martinis as I think of the sour ones with Pucker. (Not throwing shade; I drank those years ago – in bulk – but my stomach can’t handle those anymore!) Today, we’re making a more sophisticated take on the apple martini…

Boozy Lemonade Two Ways.

Today I’m sharing two easy fall brunch lemonade cocktail recipes that I’m obsessing over right now. The first is an updated twist on the bellini (light + refreshing), and the second is a bit boozier (bourbon is involved). Both are absolutely delicious – and so easy to make… perfect for all of your Fall entertaining!

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