Makes 1 Servings Print Ingredients 3 tablespoons bourbon 2 tablespoons Campari 2 tablespoons dry vermouth 1 orange twist Recipe Preparation Combine the first 3 ingredients in a cocktail shaker. Add ice
Even at the most streamlined party, you’ll still always get a guest who asks for something specific. Be prepared for those rebel guests by mastering a few frequently requested cocktails. One of chef José
Spritzy and refreshing, a gin fizz is simply made with gin, lemon juice, sugar and soda water. And while the original, sweet-tart cocktail is delicious, it can be tweaked and tinkered with to fit your
In Scotland, some long-time whisky makers are switching over to gin. In Germany, people who distill traditional brandies are doing the same. The world is in the middle of a gin distillery boom, and it
The best saisons and bières de garde. [Photos: Vicky Wasik] If you close your eyes and imagine where a "farmhouse ale" comes from, do you envision a beautiful countryside, with animals grazing along winding
As Napa Valley recovers from a 6.1 earthquake, the best way to help is to visit. Here are 15 ways to enjoy wine in California’s Napa Valley. At 3:20 a.m. on Sunday, August 24, 2014, a 6.1 earthquake hit
Don't get us wrong: gin and tonics are great — particularly when employing top-notch ingredients — but gin's versatility lends itself well to a host of enticing cocktails that are more than worth exploring.
Here, eight ways to dress up and remake one of the world’s greatest drinks. There’s nothing simpler than a classic gin and tonic. But the old-school cocktail can be made fizzier, boozier and more intense.
Chef superstar Eric Ripert shows off his prized culinary library for this week's Treasured: Eric Ripert. Here, he shares three ways to be inspired in the kitchen. In this series, photographer Melanie of
If you look at the gin rickey and think it's nothing but a gin and tonic without tonic's bittersweet bite, you'd be mostly correct. Dismiss it as a G&T wannabe, however, and you're missing out on one the
[Photographs: Jennifer Hess] The Negroni might look simple on the surface. The classic cocktail is an equal-parts blend of gin, sweet vermouth, and Campari, but there's much more going on in this drink
You can't quite drink your way to 100 using gin brand names, but you can come close. From Beefeater 24 and Tanqueray 10 to No. 3 Gin and Gin Number 0, numbering your juniper-flavored vodka seems to have
Well, everybody’s trying to get in on the gin act these days, even my friends at Gonzalez-Byass – yes, the Spanish owners of Tio Pepe as well as several super Spanish table wines. They’ve come up with
Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun. Today: How to chill a bottle of wine so quickly, your guests
Culinary school can do wonders for those looking to break into the world of professional cooking—but with some programs costing upwards of $40,000, it's also way more expensive than working your way up