since December 2009
Sour Mix: Just Say No - Daiquiri Cocktail
23 Oct 201412:56 pm
Fantastic. I love the hammer/nail analogy!
"Ohhhh, Left!" - A Story of 86ing
13 Dec 20138:38 am
Love Jeffrey’s storytelling and how he brings experiences to life! This particular story deserves a drink created in it’s memory—perhaps the “86d” or the “Ahhh, Left” or “The Purse Snatcher”!
Gin with House-Made Bitter Lemon and Soda
4 Sep 201211:12 am
Wow, Kathy! That looks delish. I want one! Great recipe, looking forward to making it soon.
Citrus Scandi Cocktail & Oysters with Citrus Splash
6 Nov 20129:27 am
Lovely episode. I wish to have all of it!
Mint Julep - NOT a Mojito Made with Bourbon
15 Aug 20123:50 pm
14 Jun 20128:28 pm
Yuh-ummm! Looks delicious!
5 Jun 201210:40 pm
I’ve always liked Bloody Mary’s, but this drink is fantastic!
Singapore Sling Cocktail
14 Oct 20109:11 pm
That looks sooooo good pouring into the glass. Off to the liquor store tomorrow!
Catch a Buzz in Seattle
11 Dec 20098:09 am
Terrific drink, Natalie; so inventive!
Whiskey Sour Cocktail
27 Jul 201511:16 pm
Robert, how perfect that your video was reposted today. I have a “rescue” Meyer lemon tree—it was abandoned after a neighbor moved a couple years ago. An 18” Charlie Brown tree, really. I nursed the rag-tag stalk back to health, and lo and behold it bloomed (in Seattle!). One blossom lasted, and over the course of many months, a beautiful Meyer lemon took shape. Now, as it grew in size, I was confronted with the dilemma of how to use the sole lemon. Not enough for lemonade, and I didn’t wish to hide its splendor amongst the overpowering flavors of some complicated dish. The lemon, now ripening, sat there on its bent and straining branch for weeks, waiting for me to decide its fate. I wonder if it began to lose faith in me as I stalled, waiting for inspiration. That inspiration came today, in the form of your video. I plucked that plump lemon off its thin branch, and transformed it into a Whiskey Sour. It eagerly gave up enough juice for two. Perfect timing. Thanks, Robert!