Plop a sugar cube doused with bitters into a flute. Top it off with your favorite Champagne or sparkling wine, and you have one of the perennial-favorite New Year’s Eve classic cocktails. Handcrafted aromatic bitters infused with Thai, Mexican or Moroccan flavors (available in specialty stores and online) and homemade sprinkles sugar cubes make it very 2014. For the instructions on how to make your own sparkling sprinkles sugar cubes, and for more ideas, visit the Food Network Blog.
May 23, 2011 Jackie Alpers Appetizers, Comfort Food, Easy, ethnic cuisine, food photographer, Gluten free, green, Low carb, Lunch, Mexican, recipe, recipe developer, savory, Snacks, Sonoran Corner, Spicy, Taste of Tucson: Sonoran Style Recipes, Uncategorized, vegetarian 3
Some people avoid avocados because they are higher in calories than other fruit, but they are filled with the good fat, the kind that’s been shown to actually help you lose weight and lower cholesterol […]
June 26, 2011 Jackie Alpers Chicken, Comfort Food, Dinner, Grilling, Keto, Low carb, recipe, recipe developer, Salty, savory, Spicy, THE RECIPES, Uncategorized
I’m a fan of comedian Jackie Kashian. I knew we were kindred spirits when I heard this “Cake and Chicken” bit on her “It’s Never Going to Be Bread” CD: “I was at my first […]
October 15, 2014 Jackie Alpers Baked Goods, Celebrations, Dessert, documentary food photography, French, sweet, vegetarian
My niece got married in a field in Oskaloosa, Kansas last weekend. Afterwards we had lunch under a tent. My mother-in-law made all of the desserts including this Savarin, a rich airy cake soaked in a […]