Sponsored: Superbowl Cocktails! – George Dickel No. 12, Captain Morgan, and Crown Royal

Beer. That's what most people think to drink during the Superbowl. I love beer as much as the next guy and I'm sure I'll have a couple of beers myself during the game, but it's nice to mix things as well. A representative contacted me and suggested I try the below recipes featuring George Dickel... Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Spice Cookies Recipe Without Eggs

Despite a lot of the somewhat recent hate towards pumpkin flavored foods, I still love pumpkin and pumpkin spices - especially in the fall. I've been toying with this pumpkin spice cookie recipe for a while now. I had all kinds of problems with the recipe when I started. The original cookies turned out so... Continue Reading →

Blondies with White and Dark Chocolate Chips

These blondies are probably one my favorite desserts to make at home. They're simple, easy, and absolutely fantastic. For those of you that don't know, blondies are basically a cross between a brownie and a chocolate chip cookie that takes the best of both. My friend's wife introduced me to this type of blondie when... Continue Reading →

Egyptian Karkade – Hibiscus Iced Tea Recipe

The first time I tried Egyptian Karkade (Kehr-kih-deh) or Hibiscus Iced Tea, I was staying at a hotel in Egypt. Like many hotels in places with warm climates, the hotel lobby featured complimentary cool beverages. Instead of the usual water or lemonade that a lot of places offer up to their sweltering guests, hotels in Egypt... Continue Reading →

Fresh Squeezed Old Timey Lemonade

Once I get a glimpse of summer approaching, I tend to start having these fantasies where I'm sitting in a rocking chair on a wrap-around porch attached to some country home. In my hand is, naturally, a mason jar filled with fresh squeezed lemonade that I sip in between nostalgic mutterings about how when I... Continue Reading →

Fresh and Tart Cranberry Pie Recipe

Between fall and Christmas, there is a surplus of cranberries at the grocery store. Other than making cranberry sauce, I wanted a way to try and use these tartly bitter berries from the Northeast to create a less common dish. Having never had a cranberry pie, I thought I would try my hand at making... Continue Reading →

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