Is a drink born when it’s conceived, or when it’s named?
Shake it up, and then shake up another
A bourbon-Campari punch with all the trappings
Today, we're showing you how to "age" bourbon in 3 seconds, with only 3 ingredients. But how well does this trick really work?
Last week, the Food52 team toured Kings County Distillery, and learned a thing or two in the process.
A menu for the (power) hungry binge-watchers of the world.
A warming, bittersweet cousin of the boulevardier to keep you company all winter.
An eggnog for vegans and eggnog skeptics alike.
No, you don't need a recipe to make a hot toddy. Just boil some water and grab some liquor, and you're halfway to cozy.
Have no fear, cookies are here -- to save your gluten-free pie crust this Thanksgiving.
Congratulations to inpatskitchen, whose Bourbon, Orange, and Ginger won the contest for Your Best Cocktail!
What's very old and tastes good in a cocktail?
sweet, sweet brown liquor:before the hangover comes,our poetry flows.
Put your apple peels to good, boozy use.
Bottle the brightness of spring before it slips away. Make a jar of Beth Kirby of Local Milk's nettle and sorghum simple syrup and carry it with you into the dog days of summer.
Sydney from Crepes of Wrath stirs up a classic mint julep to celebrate Derby Day -- or any day.
Tonight's dinner is a celebration of warmer weather, spring vegetables, and simply good food.
Place your bets, put on your finest hat, and make room for a smashing Derby Day feast. We've got plenty of Bourbon (for drinking and cooking with) and other Kentucky favorites. You won't want to miss it.
Name your first collection or try one of these: