We've already shared our picks on what alcohol makes a home bar stocked, but here's a quick refresher course on what tools help make all the cocktails you've dreamed up a reality. We've got you covered with these eight items that are sure to make you feel like the serious bartender you are!
Posts for January 28th 2013
A taco bar is a fun, interactive way to serve food for any party, but it's especially perfect for Super Bowl Sunday. The flavors are warm and spiced, the ingredients are easy to prepare, and guests can serve themselves during commercial breaks. So crack open a Corona and get ready to cheer! But first: watch our video for some great taco bar tips.
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- See inside Disneyland's exclusive Club 33 — Eater
- 7 fast-food deals you don't want to miss this Super Bowl — Zagat
- A new study finds eating fruits and veggies can make you happier — Delish
- Taylor Swift: the new face of Diet Coke? — HuffPost Food
- How to throw a hipster-approved Super Bowl party — Grub Street
Ever wish you could be better at making cocktails in the comfort of your own home? Then you're in luck, because it's week five, and we're going to show you how to master the home bar. Stay tuned all week for stories on everything from home-bar essentials to the basics of rum to essential drink recipes worth learning.
Got any special requests for us? Be sure to leave them in our comments below.
Botanical beauties: gin 101
Rum 101: Why you should give the slandered spirit a chance
Cognac 101: A very special guide
Bourbon 101: regulations, varieties, and ways to imbibe
Tequila 101: a basic primer
The kitchen can either come with great amounts of pleasure or great amounts of stress. Luckily, with a few great kitchen tools that have multiple purposes, you'll be able to fret less and whip up many more delicious meals. These 10 affordable tools are essentials in any kitchen, and you probably have several of them in your own. Read on to find out the many uses for each tool and share your tips in the comments!
Maximize mornings dmash-style by baking a big batch of lemon rosemary muffins, indulging in one fresh from the oven, and freezing the rest to brighten dreary mornings to come.These lemon rosemary muffins are the perfect baked good to pair with chili (hello, Super Bowl?), eggs and bacon, or anything else you can think of that deserves a muffin or two. When I make these, I make multiple batches. They freeze so well, and I always find myself popping one of these in the oven with whatever I'm making for dinner. They are super simple to make, just use your favorite Bisquick or pancake mix!
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