Drink Blog of the Day Archive

Welcome to the Featured Drink Blog of the Day Archive! Look for new drink blogs, get inspiration and learn all about various beverages in the process. Want to nominate a great drink blog to be featured? Contact us!

June 4, 2011
Food Doodles
t’s not really a recipe, more of an idea. But at least it’s a really yummy one. And now that we finally have watermelons back at the store I was very excited to make this again since I haven’t made it since last summer. It’s so refreshing. Save this recipe for a hot summery day
June 3, 2011
Plum Pie
Have you ever tried to make fresh squeezed lemonade? Because it is the bomb and so, so easy.
June 2, 2011
Knuckle Salad
There’s nothing wrong with Swiss Miss. I grew up on the stuff. I have two boxes stashed in my desk at work. But let me show you something.
June 1, 2011
Little Inbox Recipe
This type of mint leaves have very strong smell. You'll either love it or hate it. Of course, I like it a lot. It's very refreshing.
May 31, 2011
My New Roots
I thought I’d start with a simple smoothie recipe to get ya’ll in the mood for pollen, but there are many ways of incorporating these amazing golden granules into your daily diet. Sprinkle it on your morning cereal or lunch-time salad, top your desserts, add to salad dressing, or fold it into your raw food snacks (like The Raw Brownie perhaps?).
May 30, 2011
Kitchen Simplicity
My very first date with my husband we decided to go out for floats. But when we got to the restaurant they told us they didn’t serve floats.
May 29, 2011
Chez Us
I have to confess something. When I first heard that the next round of “Let’s Lunch”, was a liquid lunch, I instantly thought “MARTINI”
May 28, 2011
Tes at Home
I bought these dried bael fruit wheels from Thasadej Market in Thailand. They are great for making a refreshing summer drink.
May 27, 2011
There's a Newf in My Soup!
Here's to you, Midnight Interlude, and to Bob Baffert and Victor Espinoza. Make that late run for the roses and I'll be toasting you with a shot of Kentucky bourbon and a big bite of this decadent dessert I've created in your honor!
May 26, 2011
The Bottle is a Wonderland
Mrs. Bottle here today to discuss the Purple Hooter. This is a shooter comprised of citrus vodka, triple sec, and black raspberry liqueur.
May 25, 2011
The Reverse Wine Snob
A rich, almost decadent fruit bomb that just goes a little too far. 50% Petite Sirah, 50% Zinfandel. Sample received courtesy Rock Wall Wine Company for review purposes. SRP of $20.
May 24, 2011
WineandGoodFood.com
Even though wine is my first love, a good craft beer is also high on my list. Any time I am working near Burbank I always make time to swing into Tony’s Darts Away for some amazing food and a nice cold brew.
May 23, 2011
Fringe Wine
If you are looking at German wines in your average wine shop, Germany can seem like a monoculture: there is Riesling as far as the eye can see and little else.
May 22, 2011
Elise's Kitchen
It’s a margarita, it’s a beer…it’s both! That’s right, this satisfying Cinco de Mayo cocktail is a margarita laced with beer. If you like a slice of lime with your Corona or Pacifico, then you will love this drink!
May 21, 2011
My Life as a Mrs.
If you plan on watching the Derby this weekend, do yourself a favor; put on your straw boater or big feathery hat, pick the horse with the silliest name to root for and mix up this delicious little Southern sipper.
May 20, 2011
Delicious Wordflux
I prepared a sweet rum-based cocktail that screams Summer from top to bottom. So put on your sandals and come cheer me with this fresh drink in a stress-free atmosphere open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
May 19, 2011
12 Bottle Bar
I can safely say that tamarind pods are among the strangest ingredient we’ve ever worked with. Beneath their egg-like shell is a sticky pulp that covers a handful of hard seeds.
May 18, 2011
Somewhere Splendid
I’m sharing a shoot that I put together with some of my friends that has a splendid pink lemonade recipe I worked on while trying to find a balance of ingredients that not only tasted great but had the perfect shade of pink.
May 17, 2011
Gina's Skinny Recipes
Horchata de arroz is a deliciously refreshing Mexican beverage made from rice, milk, sugar and cinnamon and served chilled over ice. Wonderful for those who are lactose intolerant if you substitute the milk for almond milk.
May 16, 2011
Torview
There are lots of health benefits and vitamins in papaya. This goes to healing food sukham coolers, summer coolers, only event mocktails and coolers.
May 15, 2011
Chat n' Chow
For the past few weeks I've been working on a special cocktail recipe! Last month I was invited to participate in Kitchen Play's Progressive Party for May! In case you haven't been to one of the parties, it's a unique concept that brings together cooks, bloggers and foodies.
May 14, 2011
Sing For Your Supper
Opera rehearsals have been taking their toll lately, and I feel like I’ve barely seen Joel at all these past 3 weeks. However, I was lucky enough to have a couple of my rehearsals cancelled this weekend, so Joel and I made plans for a little celebration at home.
May 13, 2011
The Girl Who Ate Everything
People kept asking for the recipe and I was embarrassed to tell them it actually wasn't from scratch and only had 2 ingredients. Work smart not hard, right?
May 12, 2011
Kimberly Belle
As the warmer weather arrives, all the red wine and hot punch from the winter months becomes less desirable. The thought of warming my hands over a mug of mulled cider, as I so often did this winter, no longer seems appealing; with spring, thoughts of fresh herbs, flower blossoms, fizzes and flips take center stage!
May 11, 2011
Poet in the Pantry
Dessert is, quite obviously, my most favorite meal of all, much to my waistline’s dismay. Luckily, there are alternatives.
May 10, 2011
The Rooter to the Tooter
This is my all time favorite transition drink. After wasting all too many of my youthful years on cheap rum and coke.
May 9, 2011
Gourmande in the Kitchen
A cool glass of honey ginger lemonade seems just right on one of those lovely, long, lazy days outside. It starts with simple syrup made from equal parts water and honey, heated briefly to dissolve. Into that goes the “zing,” a few ounces of grated ginger, and it’s left to infuse.
May 8, 2011
All Day I Dream About Food
I like tart things, and I loved the way the ginger and lemon combined with the gin. I am sure it would be fine with vodka too.
May 7, 2011
Look Who's Cooking Too
Numerous bloggers have posted recipes and reasons as to why it is called Chicken 65, so I am not gonna ramble.
May 6, 2011
Jenius
Dilmah today is the world's most vertically integrated family tea business and is recognised as one of the top 10 tea brands in the world.

Pages