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.
July 21, 2011 Jackie Alpers Atkins Friendly, Cheese and Dairy, Easy, eggs, food photographer, food stylist, Gluten free, Italian, Keto, Low carb, Lunch, recipe, recipe developer, Salty, savory, Seafood, THE RECIPES, Uncategorized
Growing up, in my family we liked our salmon smoked. Preferably on top of a bagel and cream cheese. Well, I haven’t eaten a bagel since I decided that the payoff wasn’t worth the 450 […]
Ever since I went to yoga (once – last week), I’ve been having a hankering for a falafel sandwich. On the way home from the class I stopped at a middle eastern sandwich shop and […]
September 1, 2014 Jackie Alpers Chicken, Comfort Food, Dinner, Grilling, iVillage Articles, Low carb, Mexican, savory, Taste of Tucson: Sonoran Style Recipes, Uncategorized
There are Southwestern regional influences that vary from New Mexico to Arizona, Texas, and Southern California. Here in Tucson, our regional cuisine is defined by fresh veggies, grilled meats and all of the delicacies that […]