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.
April 17, 2014 Jackie Alpers Celebrations, cooking crafts, Easy, eggs, Food Network Articles, News, Sprinkles!, Sprinkles!: Recipes and Ideas for Rainbowlicious Desserts 1
I made fancy sprinkles covered Easter eggs, and you can too. It’s easy! Learn how in my latest article for the Food Network. http://blog.foodnetwork.com/fn-dish/2014/04/how-to-decorate-easter-eggs-with-sprinkles/
October 4, 2012 Jackie Alpers Dinner, Easy, ethnic cuisine, Grilling, Mexican, Mexican Food, recipe, recipe developer, savory, Sonoran Corner, Taste of Tucson: Sonoran Style Recipes, THE RECIPES
Yay! It’s National Taco Day! Here’s a recipe of one of my favorite kinds – Carne Asada, from the book Knack Mexican Cooking by Chelsie Kenyon. Carne Asada Tacos Ingredients 1⁄2 cup chile sauce 2 limes, […]
April 10, 2014 Jackie Alpers Atkins Friendly, breakfast, Cheese and Dairy, Dinner, Easy, eggs, Fast!, Italian, Low carb, savory, vegetarian
Looks can be deceiving; my favorite monsters are scary looking, but innately good. Just like these monsterized eggs, which have been turned green and frightening looking, but are completely delicious. They are also monstrously easy to make. Fried […]