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.