Blood oranges are in season and I’m making the most of them this year with this special Blood Orange Whiskey Sour. The beautifully sweet and tangy flavor of moro blood oranges really shine when paired with bourbon whiskey, and I’ve taken it to a whole …READ MORE
Blood oranges are one of the (few) things that make me excited for winter time. Their gorgeous color and sweet, almost raspberry-like flavor sets them apart from other citrus fruits and brightens up these dreary February days. I created this Blood Orange & Turmeric Collins …READ MORE
Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Learn more. Every winter, I feel a little excitement when I see those tiny, super sweet satsuma mandarins appear at the grocery store. If you’re not familiar with satsuma mandarins, …READ MORE
This recipe originally appeared in a winter seasonal food + drink pairing with my Winter Buddha Bowl, but given the immense popularity of the cocktail recipe by itself, I decided it was time to give it its own dedicated recipe page! You can find more …READ MORE
Chances are, when you think of a Screwdriver, you think of…well, a pretty uninspired cocktail. Perhaps one of the least loved and universally unappealing of the two-ingredient cocktail recipes, the Screwdriver is a simple combination of vodka and orange juice. Sharply acidic while still tasting quite bland, there’s admittedly not much to love. I guess it’s the unlovable nature of the Screwdriver and it’s incredibly simple template that drew me to try to re-imagine it in clarified form. Plus, I really wanted to see if it would turn out completely clear.