It's the Bee's Knees! No, really
The name may be off-putting but the cocktail is anything but.
Haiku52: Our thoughts on food and cookingIn seventeen beats.
Five ingredients that play well with gin (and we're not talking about tonic).
Venture beyond the G&T.
A floral, citrusy take on the gin rickey, for the city or the sand.
Don't try too hard at dinner tonight. Call it an evening with a simple Kale Pesto Orecchiette and gin cocktail to wash it down.
A New Year's Eve party at home doesn't need to be difficult.
We're toasting to a new friendship.
With Chartreuse, maraschino liqueur, and gin, the possibilities are endless.
A weeknight pasta dish that is proud to stand alone as your entire dinner (though a drink couldn't hurt).
Jenny says farewell -- at least for now -- with a French 75
A drink to get you out of an Old Fashioned kind of winter.
Everyone has a gin story. Yours is about to get better.
A drink for when you're gazing over the cold, wintry horizon.
A secret ingredient turns your favorite gin cocktail into something more like a milkshake.
What do you do when you want a Bloody Mary but it's no longer time for brunch? You make this.
Jenny finds a new drink.
Tame your unruly escarole into an elegant, soft plate of green. Put an egg on it, and you've got an impressive meatless meal -- it'll be ready before you finish your first drink.
We show you a few ways to use up that jar of juniper berries.
Jenny finds a new cocktail for the New Year.
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