NYT Cooking: The earliest known recipe for this bracing little number appears in the magnificently named 1935 cocktail book, "So Red the Nose, or — Breath in the Afternoon," to which many famous authors of the day contributed recipes. This one came from Ernest Hemingway, who explained: “This was arrived at by the author and three officers of H.M.S. Danae after having spent seven hour...
NYT Cooking: Some green things — like mint and basil — get plenty of play in cocktails, but one doesn’t see arugula very often. It’s a bright, peppery surprise in this refreshing cocktail by Brian Means of the San Francisco bar and restaurant Dirty Habit. Means advises using Krogstad aquavit here, for its assertive anise note.
for new yrs. Fill glass with pink cotton candy and slowly pour Lime Perrier over it. Such a beautiful nonalcoholic beverage.
Limonade pamplemousse, rhubarbe, romarin
Plum and Thyme Prosecco Smash -- this easy seasonal fall cocktail is super simple to put together, fruity, refreshing, and great for happy hour, brunch or dinner. TGIF!